Program on Forced Migration and Health: Action Hub on COVID-19 and Displacement

The Action Hub on COVID-19 and Displacement is a project of the Columbia University Program on Forced Migration and Health, part of the Mailman School of Public Health’s Department of Population and Family Health. The faculty has decades of experience working with displaced populations and have responded to major conflicts and humanitarian crises globally since 1998. The interdisciplinary team includes physicians, lawyers, epidemiologists and demographers, with expertise spanning advocacy, law, medicine and public health.

Host/Institute: Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health
Critical dates (if applicable): Established in 2020
Location (country, city): New York, NY, United States
Contributors/Partners: Open Society Foundations and Unbound Philanthropy
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