Pandemic influenza preparedness and mitigation in refugee and displaced populations
These practical, field-based 2008 guidelines from WHO are for humanitarian agencies and ministry of health staff working with refugee and displaced populations at local and national levels. The guidelines are intended “not only for camp settings but also for open settings with displaced populations living dispersed among local communities.”
Link: Pandemic influenza preparedness and mitigation in refugee and displaced populations
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