By Andrew Moran, MedGlobal Policy & Advocacy Intern Last week, President Biden announced that the United States’ annual refugee admissions cap would be raised to
By Andrew Moran, MedGlobal Policy & Advocacy Intern The COVID-19 pandemic has generated international focus on the critical role vaccines play in managing outbreaks and
In Yemen, millions of people lack access to health care. Less than half of the country’s health facilities are fully functional, though after six years
This Volunteer Appreciation Week, we’re highlighting several MedGlobal medical volunteers who have worked remotely and on the ground to help provide life-saving health care around
Since late February, there has been a sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Yemen. As of April 4, there have been 4,701 confirmed cases in
The humanitarian situation in Yemen is dire, with 80% of the population in need of humanitarian assistance and the country on the brink of famine.
Recently, Sudan has faced escalating humanitarian crises – including the effects of record-breaking floods, the spread of COVID-19, a wave of Ethiopian refugees fleeing violence
This International Women’s Day, we asked a few inspiring women health leaders from the United States, Bangladesh, Gaza, Colombia, and Lebanon to reflect on the
By Pooja Nahar, MedGlobal Programs Assistant Intern Malnutrition is a widespread health issue, yet it overwhelmingly originates from the same overlapping causes in most populations.