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Eran Bendavid
A child suffering from malnutrition in South Sudan

5 Questions for Eran Bendavid on Global Food Insecurity

Q&As / October 4, 2022
The Center for Innovation in Global Health speaks with Bendavid about which populations are most vulnerable to malnutrition and food insecurity driven by poverty, climate change, and natural disasters — as well as the increasing role that conflicts and politics play in access to food.
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Syrian Refugees sitting in front of tent

Tackling the Health of Women and Children in Global Conflict Settings

News / January 28, 2021
A new four-paper series in The Lancet exposes the far-reaching effects of modern warfare on women’s and children’s health. Stanford researchers, including SHP's Paul Wise and Eran Bendavid, have joined other academics and health-care experts in calling for an international commitment from humanitarian actors and donors to confront political and security challenges.
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A mother and child in the fields in Sierra Leone.

Millions of Children at Risk of Measles as Vaccination Campaigns Take Back Seat to COVID-19

Commentary / July 17, 2020
SHP's Eran Bendavid Warns that millions of young children around the world are at risk of missing their measles vaccines as health-care workers focus on COVID-19.
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