Research for stronger health systems during and after crisis

Responding to humanitarian crises in ways that strengthen longer-term health systems: What do we know?

Thursday, 26 Jul 2018

 

The ReBUILD Consortium has just published the ninth in a series of briefing papers which addresses key questions on health systems strengthening in settings affected by conflict or crisis.

'Responding to humanitarian crises in ways that strengthen longer-term health systems: what do we know?' was prepared by Kim Ozano and Tim Martineau, both of Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. The paper looks at existing literature and considers how the international community can respond to humanitarian crises in a way that also leads to sustainable long-term development for health systems in fragile and conflict-affected states.

Read this latest briefing paper here.

Other papers in the series are available here.