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Shannon Doocy

Shannon Doocy is an Associate Professor in the Department of International at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. Her research focuses on populations affected by disasters and conflict, including both refugees and internally displaced populations. Within the emergency context, her areas of interest include population based assessments, mortality, nutrition and food security, livelihoods and cash interventions, and monitoring and evaluation of health and humanitarian assistance programs. She has worked in numerous countries in collaboration with UN agencies, governments and non-government organisations and published extensively on humanitarian assistance programming and population health and well-being in humanitarian emergencies.

16 January 2020