To meet global HIV targets, the world needs to focus on countries falling behind and hard-to-reach populations—including millions affected by humanitarian crises.   Variations on that call to action echoed through coverage of the International AIDS Society Conference on HIV…

While managing type 1 diabetes—perhaps the most life-threatening NCD—access to insulin is a matter of life and death. For the hundreds of millions of people living amid humanitarian crisis, the vast majority are being hosted in low-resource settings. This means the odds…

The UN needs to recognize that Venezuela is in the throes of a full-scale humanitarian emergency and lead the response, according to recommendations in a new report from Human Rights Watch.  

With its health care system already in free-fall, a nationwide blackout in Venezuela has left hospitals—and their patients—in dire straits. Since the outage began Thursday, at least 21 people have died in the country’s public hospitals, Reuters reports.

Burkina Faso is facing an “unprecedented” humanitarian crisis that has forced 70,000 people from their homes in the past 2 months, CGTN Africa reports.

Nodding syndrome has devastated thousands of lives across some of East Africa’s most vulnerable and isolated communities.

Yemen’s unrelenting humanitarian crisis is putting unborn children and their mothers at risk, with more than a million pregnant and lactating women acutely malnourished. As medical specialists flee the country, overstretched hospitals are recruiting unlicensed new…

The UN issued a report this week indexing a horrific list of alleged international war crimes committed by “all factions” involved in Yemen’s ongoing violent conflict.  

Armed with heartbreaking images, Nicholas Kristof doesn’t mince words. “Let’s be blunt: With U.S. and U.K. complicity, the Saudi government is committing war crimes in Yemen,” he writes.

As humanitarian crises grow more complex, a new, multisectoral skillset is required for responders: Public health professionals must understand shelter; engineers must understand how diseases spread.