A report highlights the importance of understanding the key sociocultural aspects of mental, health and wellbeing to assist humanitarian actors in providing effective culturally informed services to the Rohingya refugees.
Coats of students hang on the wall of a partially destroyed school in Kabul, Afghanistan.
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Deliberate and indiscriminate attacks on schools and universities, their students, and staff have become more widespread over the last five years, reveals the Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack (GCPEA) in its latest report.
A new report “Resilience in the Face of Adversity: A Comparative Study of Migrants in Crisis Situations” is based on six case studies conducted across the globe on crisis situations in migrant host countries.
As the world's attention is focused on the atrocities in Rakhine State, potential war crimes are being committed in Shan and Kachin State without so much as a murmur of disapproval from the international community.
Many aspects of this disease and associated consequences still remain to be understood, but this can best be done through sustained research, the Emergency Committee on Zika and microcephaly declared today.