About the Program on Forced Migration and Health

Columbia University’s Program on Forced Migration and Health trains the next generation of refugee health and humanitarian response workers. The Program on Forced Migration and Health has grown into one of the world’s leading centers on humanitarian research and teaching, and has helped to build a knowledge base that is improving humanitarian action and health during global disasters and conflicts. Our 300+ graduates have worked in over 70 countries and with dozens of organizations.

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Read student blog entries at Mailman’s Student Voices Blog.

 

Header picture © Kathleen Simmons, PFMH ‘2010

 

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