Health in Emergencies and Humanitarian Settings Package of Concept Notes

Across the world, humanitarian crises are becoming more frequent, complex and persistent, affecting more children than ever before. While encouraging progress has been achieved in improving child survival and wellbeing during the last several decades, conflicts, political and economic instability, climate change and natural disasters, displacements and public health emergencies have threatened hard-fought development gains and, in many places, reversed them.

Health in Emergencies and Humanitarian Settings Programme Overview

Immunization in Emergencies and Humanitarian Settings

Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Emergencies and Humanitarian Settings

Health and Children on the Move in Emergencies and Humanitarian Settings

Newborn Health in Emergencies and Humanitarian Settings

Health System Strengthening in Emergencies and Humanitarian Settings

Implementation Research in Emergencies and Humanitarian Settings

Child Health in Emergencies and Humanitarian Settings

Risk Informed Programming in Emergencies and Humanitarian Settings

Digital Health to Support Primary Health Care in Emergencies and Humanitarian Settings

Community Health in Emergencies and Humanitarian Settings

Adolescent Health in Emergencies and Humanitarian Settings

Malaria in Emergencies and Humanitarian Settings

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