The United Nations estimates that more than 270 million people migrate between countries annually. This section considers the ways in which changes in health are a driver of migration—both within and between countries—as well as how migration and the ways in which people who migrate are treated affect human health.
The Migration Crisis in Mexico
The urgent necessity of addressing the health needs of populations on the move
How to Stop West Africa’s Brain Drain
Investing in Africa’s health-care workforce could contribute to a more resilient and robust global health infrastructure
Mediterranean Tragedy: The Deadly Path to Europe’s Shores
Unveiling the human cost of EU migration policies and maritime perils
Gaza in Photos: The Urgent Struggle for Humanitarian Aid
The ongoing battle to provide relief in the midst of conflict
Malawi’s Cholera Outbreak Could Spill Over into Neighboring Countries
Mozambique, South Africa, and Zimbabwe are all at risk of cross-border cholera outbreaks.
The United States Should Rethink Its COVID Entry Requirements
The science shows that infection provides as much protection as vaccination
The Fraught Path from Latin America to the American Dream
The brother of two San Antonio truck tragedy survivors reflects on trauma and hope