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Plight Of Survivors After Cyclone Idai: No Power, No Homes, No Roads

Published: March 2019 | NPR Goats and Soda

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The World Is Failing Its Refugees

Published: March 2019 | Global Health Now

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We must stop turning a blind eye to the world’s health crises

Published: March 2019 | WYPR

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We must stop turning a blind eye to the world’s health crises

Published: February 2019 | World Economic Forum

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The Politics Of Humanitarian Aid

Published: February 2019 | NPR Goats and Soda

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In Greece, Unaccompanied Minor Refugees Fall through Service Gaps

Published: February 2019 |  Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health magazine

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What impact does migration have on the health of societies?

Published: December 2018 | The Hill

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Cholera cases in Yemen a 'tremendous' overestimate, warns new US study

Published: December 2018 | The Telegraph

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How A Lost Boy From Sudan Found His True Calling In The U.S.

Published: November 2018 | NPR Goats and Soda

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An inconvenient truth for Trump: Doctors go door-to-door to count the dead from war and storm

Published: September 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

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Nearly a Year After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico Revises Death Toll to 2,975

Published: August 2018 | New York Times

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We must redefine future financing for humanitarian emergencies

Published: August 2018 | Thomson Reuters Foundation News

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Counting the dead: Puerto Rico death count could be even higher

Published: June 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

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I was a 'lost boy' of Sudan and the US welcomed me. More refugees deserve that chance

Published: July 2018 | USA Today

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Syrian Doctor Sees Potential Health Care Solutions for Refugees in Lebanon

Published: Summer 2018 | Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health Magazine

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Border separations could have traumatic impact on children, doctors say

Published: June 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

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Immigrant Children Separated at Border Could Suffer Depression, Disease and Even Earlier Death, Doctor Says

Published: June 2018 | Newsweek

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Dr. Paul Spiegel on Public Health Implications of Immigration Policy

Published: June 2018 | C-SPAN Washingon Journal

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Syrian aid worker has full scholarship to Johns Hopkins, but worries he can’t get a visa

Published: June 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

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Puerto Rico’s Hurricane Maria Death Toll Could Exceed 4,000, New Study Estimates

Published: May 2018 | New York Times

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Displaced doctor hopes to rebuild Syria's health care system in the future

Published: January 2018 | Johns Hopkins Rising to the Challenge

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What The Pileup Of U.S. Disasters Means For The World

Published: September 2017 | NPR Goats and Soda

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Local Aid Groups Are Key To Disaster Relief. So Why Are They Overlooked?

Published: September 2017 | NPR Goats and Soda

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Humanitarian Aid Is 'Broken,' Says Former U.N. Official

Published: June 2017 | NPR Goats and Soda

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Coping with the displaced millions

Published: Summer 2017 | Johns Hopkins HUB

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How to Fix the Broken Humanitarian System: A Q&A with Paul Spiegel

Published: June 2017 | Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Global Health Now

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Can the New leader of WHO Save the Agency?

Published: May 2017 | U.S. News

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Almost 10,000 Yazidis ‘killed or kidnapped in Isis genocide but true scale of horror may never be known’

Published: May 2017 | Independent

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Health Workers Attacked In 23 Countries Last Year

Published: May 2017 | NPR Goats and Soda

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Plight Of Survivors After Cyclone Idai: No Power, No Homes,...

When Cyclone Idai, a devastating tropical storm, swept across southeastern...

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The World Is Failing Its Refugees

Has the world stepped up to respond the plight of refugees since 3-year-old Alan...

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Stories from the Stoop: W. Courtland Robinson

Courtland Robinson, associate professor at Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg...

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We must stop turning a blind eye to the world’s health...

In an environment of indiscriminate bombing, guerrilla raids, or even desperate...

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The Politics Of Humanitarian Aid

Dr. Paul Spiegel of the Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health tells...

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