Sunday 7 April is World Health Day, and this year's theme is universal health coverage. We believe that it's critical for everyone to be able to access high-quality, health care ...Read More →
Why did the latest El Niño event not change depression rates in affected communities of northern Peru?
Mental disorders are a big part of the global disease burden. They are also well-known for their strong association with environmental-related disasters. What's more, ongoing climate change is expected to ...Read More →
International Women’s Day is a golden opportunity to shine a light on women’s achievements in a range of domains and industries. We wanted to showcase five outstanding women from LIDC ...Read More →
In this day and age, we often assume that water should be globally accessible. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. I was concerned to learn that El Salvador is ...Read More →
In the field It was a warm, peaceful morning and I found myself in a small farmyard, perching on a plastic container, which had been repurposed as a stool. With ...Read More →
In late 2017, #MeToo flooded social media platforms. Thousands of women courageously shared their experiences as victims of sexual harassment and assault. What's more, a range of people demanded that ...Read More →
On 11th December, 100+ staff, students and alumni of LIDC member institutions, as well as civil society representatives joined us in John Snow Lecture Theatre, London School of Hygiene & ...Read More →