Humanitarian Lives Saved Tool (H-LiST)

Project Status:

Ongoing Projects

Lead Faculty:

Paul Spiegel

This project’s aim is to save the most lives in humanitarian settings by providing recommendations on which interventions are most effective in terms of outcome and cost according to context. 
Specific objectives include:
1. Adapt the Lives Saved Tool (LiST), a software used to forecast the impact of interven-tions on survival of mothers and children in development settings, for use in different ref-ugee settings according to availability of key resources (e.g., skilled staff, essential drugs and equipment).
2. Explore how to add a cost-effectiveness component specific to refugee settings. 


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