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Health systems are critical to emergency preparedness

Health systems are critical to emergency preparedness

The authors look at various tools applied and actions taken by the World Health Organisation with authorities from the Kyrgyz Republic, in order to strengthen emergency preparedness and response

Hospitals: Delivering a different approach

Hospitals: Delivering a different approach

Free to read. Ruth Wozencroft explores whether it is necessary to redesign or redevelop out of date hospitals to avoid a catastrophic event or the dilution of quality care

The global impact of drones for good

The global impact of drones for good

Charles Werner lists the numerous ways that drones are being used to save lives and protect communities, encouraging first responders who are interested in drones to join a new not-for-profit organisation

Crisis mapping: Regionalise, prepare and research

Crisis mapping: Regionalise, prepare and research

Although formal humanitarian entities continue to be the mainstay of crisis efforts, they are no longer the sole players in the humanitarian sphere and it is increasingly important that we understand the relationship between digital volunteers and the formal humanitarian sector, says Doug Specht

Aid workers meet in Geneva

Aid workers meet in Geneva

Nearly 3,000 people gathered at this year's Humanitarian Networking Partnerships Week in Geneva, Switzerland, report Claire Sanders and Emily Hough

Asia: Nature's 'disaster laboratory'?

Asia: Nature's 'disaster laboratory'?

Free to read! Adrian Cader outlines the thinking and great need behind the Asia Disaster Management and Civil Protection Expo and Conference that is being held in Indonesia later this year

Frontline: The future is in our hands

Frontline: The future is in our hands

Preparing and helping children to deal with major incidents is the foundation of ensuring resilient communities. Claire Sanders speaks to Heather Beal, President and CEO of Blocks, a non-profit organisation that aims to build preparedness into childcare programmes

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