Training course to provide the epidemiological tools to quantify the degree to which risk factors affect population health in a crisis, to develop relevant PH response and to mitigate the PH impact of a crisis. Participants of the MediPIET Module on “Humanitarian Crisis and Mass Gatherings” visited on Thursday, July 21th, Zaatari camp for Syrian refugees in Jordan, as part of the field exercises included in the module. They were welcomed by the Zaatari Camp Manager Hovig Etyemezian in the headquarter “caravan” of UNHCR in the camp.

18-22 July 2016 – Amman, Jordan

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