Panel: COVID-19 in Humanitarian Settings: Syria, Somalia, Yemen and Morocco
Thursday, May 20, 2021 12:00 PM
Free but register in advance
The panel is focused on the impact of COVID-19 in several humanitarian settings including Syria, Somalia and Yemen. Panelist with expertise working in these countries will share their experiences ranging from surveillance, testing, treatment and vaccination for COVID-19. They will also discuss how COVID-19 has impacted other health issues in these settings.
Dr. Kaveh khoshnood, Associate Professor, School of Public Health, Yale University
Dr Naser Almhawish, Surveillance Coordinator, Assistance Coordination Unit, Turkey
Dr. Leslie Gross-Wyrtzen, Postdoctoral Associate, Yale University
Dr. Deqo Mohamed, CEO of the Dr Hawa Abdi Foundation
Dr. Maryam Ba-Break, Lecturer in Global and International Public Health, University of Leeds.
Open To:Health and Medicine, Panel Discussions and Roundtables
Sponsor:Sponsored by the Council on Middle East Studies at the MacMillan Center
Contact:Council on Middle East Studies