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  1. Research article

    Future role aspirations, achievement motivations and perceptions of personal help-seeking among humanitarian aid trainees

    Humanitarian aid workers experience adverse mental health effects from their work at higher rates than the military, police and other emergency service personnel. Whilst there is considerable literature invest...

    Kelsey Skeoch, Garry J Stevens and Melanie Taylor

    Journal of International Humanitarian Action 2017 2:12

    Published on: 9 November 2017

  2. Research article

    Community-based health needs assessment in Léogâne and Gressier, Haiti: six years post-earthquake

    This article summarizes initial findings from a community-based health needs assessment designed to identify resources and gaps within the community and to prioritize community-identified health needs in Gress...

    Elizabeth A. Wood, Kelly S. Chapman, Valery M. Beau de Rochars and Sarah L. Mckune

    Journal of International Humanitarian Action 2017 2:10

    Published on: 26 October 2017

  3. Research article

    Providing safe motherhood services to underserved and neglected populations in Yemen: the case for vouchers

    States of fragility and insecurity often give rise to urgent health needs that need to be met quickly and effectively, particularly for women and adolescents. Vouchers are a demand-side financing mechanism whi...

    Corinne G. Grainger, Anna C. Gorter, Eman Al-Kobati and Luke Boddam-Whetham

    Journal of International Humanitarian Action 2017 2:6

    Published on: 24 April 2017

  4. Research article

    Displacement and dispossession: redefining forced displacement and identifying when forced displacement becomes pillage under international humanitarian law

    Conflict-induced migration is arguably the most urgent humanitarian challenge today. A growing number of people are forced from their homes each year. The dispossession of civilians by armed parties, furthermo...

    Kerrin Geoffrey Buck

    Journal of International Humanitarian Action 2017 2:5

    Published on: 15 February 2017

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    Kidnapping and the limits of acceptance

    For many humanitarian agencies, acceptance—gaining the trust and protection of local communities—is the preferred security management tool for reasons of perception, ease of access and cost (both real and oppo...

    Andrew J. Cunningham

    Journal of International Humanitarian Action 2017 2:4

    Published on: 15 February 2017


    Crisis analytics: big data-driven crisis response

    Disasters have long been a scourge for humanity. With the advances in technology (in terms of computing, communications, and the ability to process, and analyze big data), our ability to respond to disasters i...

    Junaid Qadir, Anwaar Ali, Raihan ur Rasool, Andrej Zwitter, Arjuna Sathiaseelan and Jon Crowcroft

    Journal of International Humanitarian Action 2016 1:12

    Published on: 17 August 2016

  7. Research article

    Health service utilization and access to medicines among Syrian refugee and host community children in Lebanon

    With over 500,000 Syrian refugee children in Lebanon, we undertook this study to assess unmet child health needs and health service utilization among Syrian refugees and affected host communities in Lebanon wi...

    Emily Lyles, Baptiste Hanquart, Michael Woodman and Shannon Doocy

    Journal of International Humanitarian Action 2016 1:10

    Published on: 16 July 2016

  8. Research article

    Documenting the complex relationship between self-efficacy, resiliency, and workplace empowerment: a case study of humanitarian workers in Palestine

    There remains a critical gap in understanding challenges faced by humanitarian workers who may be key in providing assistance during complex emergencies. This study examines self-reported views by humanitarian...

    Jess Bonnan-White and Ameena Issa

    Journal of International Humanitarian Action 2016 1:7

    Published on: 7 July 2016

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