Partnerships

The mission of CHH is to build capacity to meet the needs of refugees, displaced persons, and persons affected by natural and manmade disasters.

To accomplish its mission, CHH partners with non-governmental organizations, academic institutions, national governments and their agencies, and international agencies.

CHH works with its partners to develop and coordinate on-the-ground responses to current disasters and to put in place systems to meet future disasters. Programs are designed to:

How can you request a consultation? Please email your name, organization name, phone, fax, and a brief description of your consulting needs to Brandon HowardCommunications & Marketing Manager, and we will contact you to set up a consultation.


Examples of Partnerships

Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)

Mercy Corps
Post- Tsunami Research & Technical Support

Crises Health Initiative
Iraq HOPE

World Vision
Children in Crisis

US Institute of Peace 
North Korean Refugee Research

American Red Cross
Children Survival Project

International Federation of Red Cross Red Crescent 
The Johns Hopkins and Red Cross Red Crescent Public Health Guide in Emergencies 

International Committee of the Red Cross
HELP Course Initiative

Future Generations
Contract for Nutritional Assessment East Sudan

Samaritan’s Purse (SP)
Beja Nutrition Assessment
Met Approach (Mobilizing, Equipping, and Training) for Primary Behavior Change in Youth


International Rescue Committee
Gender-based Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo

International Catholic Migration Commission
Addressing Psychosocial Problems Resulting from the Conflict in Ache, Indonesia

Heartland Alliance
Community Mental Health in Kurdistan

Save the Children
Rebuilding Lives Project

Porter’s Progress
Child Porters in Nepal

Labor Rights Promotion Network
Migrant Workers

Maiti Nepal
Prevention and Rehabilitation Program


International Government Agencies (IGOs)

World Health Organization
Disaster Public Health Pre-deployment Training Programs

UNICEF
Iraqi Refugees in Jordan
Training Nurses in Somalia


USAID
Core Group Polio Partners Project 
Refugee Camps Assessments
**NEW** Victims of Torture Fund


Mellon Foundation
Refugee & Disaster Surveys


Academic Institutions

Columbia University
Post- Earthquake Assessment in Peru

Makerere Univeristy
Leadership Initiative for Public Health in East Africa
Disaster Training Programs


Tulane University
Children in Crisis

Boston University’s  Center for Refugee Health and Human Rights
Problems Facing Torture Survivors Living in the United States


National Governments

Afghanistan, Ministry of Public Health
Heath Survey
Capacity Building


Tanzania, Prime Minister’s Office
National Disaster Response

For additional information about center partnership opportunities; please email humanithealth@jhu.edu.


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