February 17th, 2022|0 Comments

The Global Health Institute (GHI) at the American University of Beirut have announced the first published articles as part of the upcoming "Political Economy of Health in Conflict" special issue in the Journal of Global Health. Read the publications here. The political economy of health in conflict: Lessons learned from three states in the Eastern Mediterranean Region during COVID-19 The Eastern Mediterranean Region continues to face a severe scale of emergencies as a direct result of conflict and political instability in a number of countries. As of 2020, nine countries out of 22 countries in the region affected by protracted and ongoing wars and conflict, left more than 62 million people in dire need of access to quality health care and adequate response measures. COVID-19 exacerbates the humanitarian needs of the people especially in countries that

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