The Prevalence of HIV-infected Patients with Virological Suppression
Improving diabetes control for Syrian refugees in Jordan: a
Cash transfers are an increasingly common intervention in the Syrian refugee response to meet...
COVID-19 and migrant and refugee health:
The COVID-19 pandemic has stress-tested all sectors and spheres of human activity, exposing countless weaknesses...
Sexual and reproductive health self-care in humanitarian
Recent crises have accelerated global interest in self-care interventions. This debate paper aims...
Providing care under extreme adversity: The impact of the Yemen
The war in Yemen, described as the world’s ‘worst humanitarian crisis,’ has seen numerous attacks...
10 years of the Syrian conflict: a time to act and
On the tenth anniversary of the onset of the Syrian conflict, we—members of The Lancet–American...
A public health approach for deciding policy on infant feeding and mother–infant contact
The COVID-19 pandemic has raised concern about the possibility and effects of mother–infant transmission of...
Neonatal mortality burden and trends in UNHCR refugee camps, 2006–2017
More than 100 million people were forcibly displaced over the last decade, including millions of...
Delivering health and nutrition interventions for women and
Existing global guidance for addressing women's and children's health and nutrition in humanitarian crises...
Doing better for women and children in armed conflict settings
A 2017 Lancet Health in Humanitarian Crises Series paper declared that the international...
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