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Migration

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.

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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

Eastern Europe’s Looming Health Crisis

HIV is the European public health crisis the world isn’t watching

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Kurdish Resilience in the Face of Turmoil

The humanitarian crisis in Rojava demands urgent international attention

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Joyful and Painful Tales of Migrant Reunions

Why integration services for immigrant families matter

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Empowering Latinos in Boston’s Tech Landscape

How one Brazilian immigrant is inspiring Latino people toward STEM careers

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Mediterranean Tragedy: The Deadly Path to Europe’s Shores

Unveiling the human cost of EU migration policies and maritime perils

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Gaza in Photos: The Urgent Struggle for Humanitarian Aid

The ongoing battle to provide relief in the midst of conflict

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Chasing Dreams Amid Shadows

In an encounter with a Ghanaian nurse, I saw the dual reality of immigrant life in the United States

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Migrant Health After the End of Title 42

Two immigration experts discuss the impact of the end of Title 42 on the health of migrants at the border

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Malawi’s Cholera Outbreak Could Spill Over into Neighboring Countries

Mozambique, South Africa, and Zimbabwe are all at risk of cross-border cholera outbreaks.

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Guatemala’s Forgotten Voices

Children who were fraudulently adopted share their stories

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For Syrian Refugees, Deadly Hazards Lurk in Camps

Substandard living conditions leave Syrian refugees at a higher risk of injury than native Lebanese people