The Anthropological Responses to Health Emergencies (ARHE) Policy Brief Award recognises the outstanding application of anthropological insights to policies around health emergencies. Apply for the $100 award by 15 September 2023.
In this blog, current SSHAP fellow and Programme Coordinator at the Arab Youth Sustainable Development Network (AYSDN) in Yemen, Mamoon Al Abasi, shares his experiences implementing solar power as a solution to the humanitarian crisis. He discusses the positive impacts he has seen in various projects, but also reflects on…
People with disabilities around the world face discrimination in their daily lives, including in their abilities to access public services and infrastructure. But what are the experiences of people with disabilities during disasters and emergencies? Do emergency responses take into account their needs? In this blog, Obindra B. Chand and…
In this blog, Central and East Africa Regional Hub partners, Grace Akello, Leben Moro and Godefroid Muzalia share their perspectives on what regional collaboration looks like, from the Ebola response to bridging connections between South-South and North-South Collaborations.
Central and East Africa Hub
Grace Akello, Leben Moro, Godefroid Muzalia
29 Mar 2023
EVENT 27 April 2023 Mpox as a public health emergency of international concern: preparedness, priorities, politics
On 27 April 2023, this webinar, featuring a panel of experts, will draw on new evidence from research on Mpox in Nigeria, as well as wider research on national, regional and global perspectives on epidemic preparedness and response, to explore questions such as how can global efforts interconnect more effectively…
A new report from the Institute of Development Studies, UK, calls on world leaders to look beyond the conventional staples of the public health toolkit as they draw up a new WHO global treaty on pandemics.
Dans ce blog, les boursiers du SSHAP Kemo et Mariam partagent leurs principaux enseignements du récent programme de bourses français. In this blog, SSHAP fellows Kemo and Mariam share their key learnings from the recent French fellowship programme.