Program on Forced Migration and Health

PMNCH constituency

Academic, research and training institute

Focal point

Beth Charpentier

Position

Program Officer

Health focus

  • IDP and Refugee Health
  • Child Protection and Survival in Crises
  • Humanitarian Assistance
  • Global Health Systems Strengthening

Priority action area(s)

  • Research
  • Training
  • Technical Assistance

Mission statement

The Program on Forced Migration and Health is committed to professionalizing the field of humanitarian response. The Program pursues its mission by training the next generation of refugee health and humanitarian response workers, leading innovative research, training, and advocacy initiatives, and by offering technical assistance to international organizations.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Organization e-mail:

ForcedMigration@columbia.edu

Full address:

60 Haven Avenue, B-4, Suite 432
New York, NY 10032

Country:

USA

Telephone:

+1 212 342-5158

Number of staff:

N/A

Scope of work:

International

Year established:

1998

WHO Region:

Americas