Curated collections of resources on current and past emergencies.

Resources include our briefings, blogs and infographics alongside relevant content from other organisations working on social sciences in emergencies.

Updates on the novel COVID-19 outbreak for responders

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Our work focuses on the social dimensions of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Cross-cutting themes are the political economy of the epidemic and responses to it, diverse forms of knowledge and experience, state-society relationships, history and context.

Explore resources created by the team and other relevant resources from the sector.
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Ebola Outbreak in North Kivu, DRC

Briefings on the two most recent outbreaks of Ebola in North Kivu
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Ebola Outbreak in Équateur, DRC

Relevant considerations from the outbreak in Équateur in 2018.
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Cholera Epidemic in Somalia and the Somali Region of Ethiopia

This collection explores the determinants of risk and vulnerability to cholera in the context of drought in Somalia and the Somali region of Ethiopia in 2017.
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Cyclone Idai in Central Mozambique

These reports include key considerations on social and cultural factors and recommendations for cholera and malaria response, as well as for vaccination deployment.
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Rohingya Refugee Crisis

This report analyses the socio-normative values, beliefs and practices of the Rohingya around health, wellbeing and nutrition, and around the protection of children, adolescents and women (including gender norms) in the context of mass displacement from Myanmar to refugee camps in Bangladesh.
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Venezuelan Displacement

Curated collections of resources on current and past emergencies. Resources include our briefings, blogs and infographics alongside relevant content from other organisations working on social sciences in emergencies.
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Lessons from previous epidemics

Considerations from Ebola, Cholera, Influenza and SARS outbreaks

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