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World Humanitarian Day 2022: Celebrating Humanitarian Healthcare Professionals

World Humanitarian Day 2022: Celebrating Humanitarian Healthcare Professionals

Supporting humanitarian healthcare professionals is an integral part of our work as the Faculty of Remote, Rural and Humanitarian Healthcare (FRRHH). To celebrate World Humanitarian Day 2022, we wish to spotlight the wide range of healthcare professionals who contribute to equitable access to healthcare worldwide. World Humanitarian Day is a campaign led by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).

How Do You Get Started Working in Humanitarian Healthcare?

How Do You Get Started Working in Humanitarian Healthcare?

As part of World Humanitarian Day 2022, we asked some of our Members, Executive Committee Members, Faculty Advisory Board Members and key stakeholders to share how they got started in humanitarian healthcare.

Working in Humanitarian Healthcare – Guidance from our Experts

Working in Humanitarian Healthcare – Guidance from our Experts

Starting a career within humanitarian healthcare can be overwhelming and even the most experienced practitioners can feel intimidated when stepping into a humanitarian crisis setting. As part of our World Humanitarian Day series, we reached out to our Executive Committee and Faculty Advisory Board, asking them for advice for those interested in working in humanitarian healthcare.

Other FRRHH News

Organisation Member Spotlight - Medilink International

Organisation Member Spotlight - Medilink International - Read more

We are delighted to announce our newest Organisation Member, Medilink International. Medilink International bring over two decades of expertise delivering remote area medical services in a wide range of healthcare systems and contexts.



Nigel Rossiter and Primary Trauma Care Foundation – Fellowship Fund Update

Nigel Rossiter and Primary Trauma Care Foundation – Fellowship Fund Update - Read more

Primary Trauma Care Foundation – Life and limb saving training supported by the Faculty of Remote, Rural and Humanitarian Healthcare

In this article, we bring our readers an update on the first FRRHH Fellowship Fund which has seen a total of £29,935.88 granted to seven projects in Burundi, Kenya, Liberia, Nigeria, Nepal, Zambia and Zimbabwe.




FRRHH in Surgeons' News

Surgeons' News issues featuring The Faculty of Remote, Rural and Humanitarian Healthcare.

  • Surgeons' News March 2019

    March 2019

  • Surgeons' News September 2019

    September 2019

  • Surgeons' News December 2019

    December 2019

  • Surgeons' News September 2020

    September 2020

  • Surgeons' News December 2020

    December 2020

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