Education and Medical Aid
People have an undeniable right to education and health in times of stability and crisis. We provide instrumental support and coordination of education and health in emergencies and long-term crises, and we work to ensure learning opportunities and good health for all youths and children, including those who are out of school or at risk of dropping out as a result of conflict and long-term crises. When providing emergency medical care and education in humanitarian crises or other urgent situations, the capacity to provide quality healthcare and education may suffer from financial, material, human resource, or safety requirements. To help overcome some of these challenges, we have collaborated with local, national, and international partners, as well as conducted emergency relief, treatments, and education research, to improve the delivery of quality services to people in emergencies.