Natural and climate disasters
From deadly flooding to devastating earthquakes, IHP has been responding to natural disasters since its inception in 2004. The implications for health in these crises can be numerous, but IHP is ready to respond quickly and effectively.
Conflict and man-made disasters
In recent years, IHP has been responding to the consequences of an overall rise in armed conflict worldwide. Civil wars and international assaults are not just a political concern, they are also a global health matter.
Displacement and refugee crises
Every 53 seconds, someone, somewhere in the world is forced to flee their home against their will. Often, all that they love and hold dear is left behind. IHP supports refugees and the displaced by helping them access the healthcare they and their families need.