Our Mission Following the 1994 Rwandan genocide, leaders in the humanitarian community recognized an acute need for the training of humanitarian aid workers. Faculty One of the world’s leading centers on humanitarian research and teaching, we have helped to build a knowledge base that is improving global health. Population & Family Health The Program on Forced Migration and Health is part of the Heilbrunn Department of Population and Family Health. News and Resources The latest news, reports and stories from the Program on Forced Migration and Health Research Our faculty members lead innovative research projects to improve the health and human rights status of communities. Curriculum The Program on Forced Migration and Public Health offers a variety of courses to choose from. Check out our list here! Who We Are Goleen Samari, a new faculty member, is a public health demographer whose research focuses on how social inequalities shape population health. Featured Research Project The Syrian Refugee Initiative, brings an interdisciplinary approach to humanitarian strategies.