Attention to menstrual health in humanitarian responses is increasing, but evidence related to people with intellectual disabilities
Water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) interventions prevent and control disease in humanitarian response.
To understand how water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) coordination leads to humanitarian response outcomes, we conducted a nine-mo
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.
Water- and soil-transmitted helminthiasis in relation to socio-demographic status and risk factors of internally displaced persons i
Women and girls with disabilities may be excluded from efforts to achieve menstrual health during emergencies.
There is increased recognition within humanitarian response practice about the importance of addressing the menstruation-related nee
Menstrual health is important for adolescent girls and is particularly compromised in displaced communities due to restricted access
Appropriate behaviour change with regard to safe water contact practices will facilitate the elimination of schistosomiasis as a pub