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Emergency Response and Recovery: UN helicopter delivering aid after earthquake in Haiti, Leyte Provincial Health Office damaged from Super Typhoon Yolanda, and Children waiting for food rations during a nutrition emergency in Kenya.

We have a longstanding commitment to helping those affected by emergencies and to strengthening public health systems in — and after — humanitarian crises like war, famine, civil strife, natural disaster, genocide, or displacement.

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What we do, why it's important, where we work, our organization…

Where We Work

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Emergency Response and Partners

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Reports and Fact Sheets

Fact sheets and reports on HIV/AIDS, Mental Health…

Scientific Publications

Publications on topics such as malaria, nutrition, war-related injuries…

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Resources and tools including probability calculators…

Training and Education

Training and educational courses in emergency response…

 
  • Page last reviewed: May 20, 2015
  • Page last updated: May 20, 2015
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