Reflections December 2019 Available!

The December 2019 edition of Reflections is now available! This edition focuses on Community Engagement in Humanitarian Healthcare, and features commentary from Yusuf Kabba, President of the Sierra Leone Association of Ebola Survivors (SLAES). You can find it at the link…

Reflection 7(1) is ready for you to read.

Follow the link for online reading of Reflections 7(1).. This edition of the HumEthNet newsletter looks at picturing humanitarian health ethics and two important new studies of perceptions & experiences of people often the subjects of aid campaigns. Thank you…

Film Review: Bending the Arc

The film shows archival footage of Farmer, Jim Yong Kim and others testifying before global health experts who make offensive statements implying that poor people in Africa are ignorant and not deserving of quality healthcare. In the film, Farmer argues that “optimism is a moral choice” and that we cannot be satisfied with mediocrity.

From Eh to Z(ambia) – Reflections of Canadian’s First Time in the Field

Photo by Gautham Krishnaraj in Kapiri Mposhi, Zambia Gautham Krishnaraj is a 2017–2018 Aga Khan Foundation Canada International Youth Fellow, 2016–2017 RBC Students Leading Change Scholar, and recent MSc Global Health Graduate (McMaster University). He currently resides in Mombasa, Kenya…

Hot off the press! REFLECTIONS newsletter: Volume 5 Issue 1, Summer 2017

ACCESS THE FULL SUMMER 2017 ISSUE HERE.   Refugee Health: ensuring and asserting Well Being We're all familiar with pictures of refugee camps and of settlements inhabited by people forced from their homes. Depicted are shelters, some more roughshod than…