Global Health TV has been recognised with gold at the 2016 MarCom Awards for the film Living Below the Line: Life as a Refugee in Lebanon. It debuted in May at the first ever World Humanitarian Summit, organised by World Health Organization. Living Below the Line was one of 6,500 entries submitted to the MarCom Awards from across the globe and highlights the situation in Lebanon and the importance of joint collaboration between agencies to help those in need. Read more here
In an exclusive Global Health TV film report, we travelled to Bekka Valley in Lebanon where 700,000 refugees are currently living in temporary shelter. World Vision is one of six agencies that make up the Lebanon Cash Consortium (LCC) providing cash assistance to Syrian refugees. Enabling them to buy items fundamental to their survival, such as clean water, food, medicine and shelter. A report shows the LCC model of assistance has been affective way to reduce vulnerability of refugees.Watch the full story in the video above.
Global health disparities of indigenous populations are evident, particularly with non-communicable diseases. Read how Australian research is having a global impact on indigenous communities accessing healthcare, particularly in managing diabetes.
World Population Day 2015 focuses on Vulnerable Populations in Emergencies, particularly women and adolescents who are susceptible to issues affecting health, safety and dignity.
Read our blog on the HIV epidemic in Botswana and how health system initiatives are improving access to healthcare in rural communities.
At the recent World Congress on Tobacco OR Health (WCTOH) in Abu Dhabi, WebsEdge_Health produced Tobacco OR Health TV to report on the current discussions on the effects of Tobacco particularly in UAE and Asia and global tobacco control efforts. Read what the latest developments from WHO, the Union and other health organizations are here.
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