The Program on Forced Migration and Public Health offers a comprehensive curriculum for humanitarian aid workers who are training to work in the field. Take a look at some of them below:
- Accountability and Ethics in Humanitarian Assistance
- Protection of Children in Disaster and War
- Communicable Diseases in Complex Emergencies
- Gender-Based Violence in Complex Emergencies
- Food and Nutrition in Complex Emergencies
- Water and Sanitation in Complex Emergencies
- Epidemiological Methods for Measuring Human Rights Abuses
- Psychosocial and Mental Health Issues in Forced Migration
- Reproductive Health in Crisis Situations
- Lessons (Un)Learned in Humanitarian Assistance: A Historical Perspective
- Investigative Methods in Complex Emergencies
Click on the above courses for detailed course descriptions. Detailed course descriptions can also be found in the Course Directory. For more information on courses in the Program on Forced Migration and Health please see the certificate requirements webpage and choose the Public Health and Humanitarian Assistance certificate.
A full list of elective courses for students in this certificate tract can be found here.
Additionally, we also have a couple of free, online course modules for health workers to use in the field. Take a look at some of them now on the menu to the left.