Sort by:

select Language:

Infant Feeding in Emergencies Module 2

ENN; IBFAN-GIFA, Fondation Terre des hommes, et al., Eds.: ENN, (2007)

for health and nutrition workers in emergency situations for training, practice and reference

Gender-based violence and child protection among Syrian refugees in Jordan, with a focus on early marriage

UNWomen, (2013)

Findings from this report reveal that, rates of early marriage are high, a significant percentage of children contribute to the household’s income or are its main source of income, and restrictions on the mobility of women and girls constrain their participation in social and economic activities and their access to basic services. As the overwhelming majority of refugees do not have paid employment and rely mainly on aid and dwindling family resources, the more the situation of displacement is prolonged the greater the likelihood of higher rates of child labour for boys and early marriage for girls.

The human qualities needed to complete the global eradication of polio

Dermot Maher, Eds.: World Health Organization, (2013)

Bulletin of the World Health Organization Volume 91, Number 4, April 2013, 237-312

Ethical considerations for vaccination programmes in acute humanitarian emergencies

Keymanthri Moodley, Kate Hardie, Michael J Selgelid, et al., Eds.: World Health Organization, (2013)

Humanitarian emergencies result in a breakdown of critical health-care services and often make vulnerable communities dependent on external agencies for care. In resource-constrained settings, this may occur against a backdrop of extreme poverty, malnutrition, insecurity, low literacy and poor infrastructure. Under these circumstances, providing food, water and shelter and limiting communicable disease outbreaks become primary concerns. Where effective and safe vaccines are available to mitigate the risk of disease outbreaks, their potential deployment is a key consideration in meeting emergency health needs. Ethical considerations are crucial when deciding on vaccine deployment. Allocation of vaccines in short supply, target groups, delivery strategies, surveillance and research during acute humanitarian emergencies all involve ethical considerations that often arise from the tension between individual and common good. The authors lay out the ethical issues that policy-makers need to bear in mind when considering the deployment of mass vaccination during humanitarian emergencies, including beneficence (duty of care and the rule of rescue), non-maleficence, autonomy and consent, and distributive and procedural justice

Global causes of maternal death: a WHO systematic analysis

Lale Say; Doris Cou; Alison Gemmill, et al., Eds.: The Lancet Global Health, (2014)

Open Access: The Lancet Global Health, volume 2 issue 6 pages e323-333. Please click on the website link to download the pdf-file

Bottlenecks, barriers, and solutions: results from multicountry consultations focused on reduction of childhood pneumonia and diarrhoea deaths

Christopher J Gill, Mark Young, Kate Schroder, et al., Eds.: The Lancet, (2013)

Lancet 2013; 381: 1487–98 Series: Childhood Pneumonia and Diarrhoea 3

Interventions to address deaths from childhood pneumonia and diarrhoea equitably: what works and at what cost?

Zulfiqar A Bhutta, Jai K Das, Neff Walker, et al., Eds.: The Lancet, (2013)

Lancet 2013; 381: 1417–29 Series: Childhood Pneumonia and Diarrhoea No.2

Global burden of childhood pneumonia and diarrhoea

Christa L Fischer Walker, Igor Rudan, Li Liu, Harish Nair, et al., Eds.: The Lancet, (2013)

Lancet 2013; 381: 1405–16 Series: Childhood Pneumonia and Diarrhoea no.1

731 hits