The rapid identification of infectious disease outbreaks is critical, both for effective initiation of public health intervention me
Mass displacement to refugee camps often happens after an earthquake hits.
Improper sanitation and waste management is the number one cause for ill health, disease and death throughout the world, particularl
Water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) interventions provide dignity and prevent disease transmission.
This paper examines the water–energy–food (WEF) nexus in a humanitarian context, with a specific focus on water, sanitation and hygi
Despite its perceived importance, the evidence suggests that community engagement in all sectors of humanitarian response is often l
Solid waste and faecal sludge management in situations of rapid mass displacement are important to public health an
Safe excreta disposal is a top priority in an emergency, but one that takes time and extensive resources to implement.