Getting to know the crisis-affected communities better may help to remember that they are the very raison d’être for the humanitarian action.
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The fight against HIV, malaria and tuberculosis is more important than ever in a world increasingly affected by natural disasters, conflicts and economic crises.
The increase in cardiovascular diseases represents an imminent threat to the most vulnerable populations, particularly women, children, displaced people and migrants.
It’s time to dignify and put into action the words “there is no health without mental health” as a humanitarian imperative.
Older women and men’s health issues are rendered invisible by a humanitarian system that relegates them to the back of the queue.
Many of the health challenges that confront humanity transcend national borders, and require all countries to work together for the global public good.
Ebola and Zika show that global health risks are at an all-time high. Lurking behind them are other disease threats that will not respect national boundaries.