Dr. Spiegel, director of the Center for Humanitarian Health at the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University, shares a first-hand account of the public health crisis in Afghanistan.
A report released today by two important organizations describes how policies at the U.S.-Mexico border have made communities of asylum seekers, refugees, and migrants in Tijuana vulnerable to the impacts of COVID-19.
This briefing note, co-authored by 15 different NGOS, addresses some of the challenges faced by displaced people in accessing COVID-19 vaccinations and outlines a way forward.
Since the COVID-19 global pandemic hit, it seems there is a growing number of humanitarian crises taking place all over the world. What is the bigger picture?
Communities in conflict and humanitarian crisis zones cannot be left behind in the global COVID vaccination effort.
Latin America and the Caribbean are among the regions hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic
Refugees International’s Yael Schacher joined the Harvard Global Health Institute and the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights for a conversation on public health failures at the U.S.-Mexico border.
The COVID-19 pandemic has set refugee students back. As the world builds back in the aftermath of COVID-19, leaders cannot leave refugee education behind.
Mas de 5 millones de personas venezolanas han tomado la difícil decisión de abandonar sus hogares debido a la grave crisis humanitaria en Venezuela.
One year into the pandemic, displaced Venezuelans in Peru are struggling and cannot be left behind.