Publications

Title Year Published/Description Authors Link
Trends of health indicators in Zimbabwe, a CE-DAT technical brief 2009 CE-DAT Working Paper Madelene Jönsson
Coming together to document mortality in conflict situations: proceedings of a symposium 2009 Conflict and Health 2009, 3:2 Ratnayake, R.
CE-DAT Scene N°11 October 2009 2009 Newsletter, Issue N°11 October 2009 Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters - CRED
CE-DAT Scene N°09 April 2009 2009 Newsletter, Issue N°09 April 2009 Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters - CRED
CE-DAT Scene N°08 January 2009 2009 Newsletter, Issue N°08 January 2009 Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters - CRED
CE-DAT Scene N°10 July 2009 2009 Newsletter, Issue N°10 July 2009 Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters - CRED
The Many Victims of War: Indirect Conflict Deaths 2008 Global Burden of Armed Violence, Geneva Declaration Secretariat, Geneva, pp.31-48. Ratnayake, R.
CE-DAT Scene N°04 January 2008 2008 Newsletter, Issue N°04 January 2008 Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters - CRED
CE-DAT Scene N°05 March 2008 2008 Newsletter, Issue N°05 March 2008 Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters - CRED
CE-DAT Scene N°07 October 2008 2008 Newsletter, Issue N°07 October 2008 Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters - CRED
CE-DAT Scene N°06 July 2008 2008 Newsletter, Issue N°06 July 2008 Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters - CRED
Mortality and nutrition surveys by Non-Governmental organisations. Perspectives from the CE-DAT database 2007 Emerging Themes in Epidemiology, 4: 11
The Democratic Republic of the Congo 2007 A brief analysis of anthropometric surveys from 2000-2006, CRED: Brussels Tshoegl, E.
Mortality in Iraq (Letter) 2007 Lancet, 369: 102 Pedersen, J.
CE-DAT Scene N°03 September 2007 2007 Newsletter, Issue N°03 September 2007 Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters - CRED
CE-DAT Scene N°01 March 2007 2007 Newsletter, Issue N°01 March 2007 Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters - CRED
CE-DAT Scene N°02 June 2007 2007 Newsletter, Issue N°02 June 2007 Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters - CRED
Angola: The human impact of war 2006 A data review of field surveys in Angola between 1999-2005. CRED: Brussels. Teran, V.
Darfur: Counting the deaths (2) 2005 What are the trends? Brussels, CRED, 2005.
Darfur: Counting the deaths 2005 Mortality estimates from multiple survey data. Brussels, CRED, 2005 Phelan, M.
Armed conflict and public health: A report on knowledge and knowledge gaps 2002 Report commissionned by the Rockfeller Foundation, New York, USA. CRED: Brussels Van Panhuis, W.G.
Spending on humanitarian assistance: Issues related to international statistical reporting 1998 CRED Internal Working Document, CRED: Brussels Dedeurwaerdere A.
Burundi: Priorités dans le secteur sanitaire 1998 CRED Working Paper. CRED, Bruxelles Meert, P.
Reproductive health needs of refugees: Evidence from three camps in Ethiopia (Final Report) 1997 EEC-ECHO, ECHO/ET-/B7-219/95/0101 Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters - CRED
Proposed principles and guidelines for the collection and dissemination of disaster related data 1992 Report on the IERRIS Workshop, 7-9 September 1992 Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters - CRED
Report on Sudan. Emergency Preparedness Response Programme 1991 Interim Project Report . CRED, Brussels Hariga, F.
The Funding of Malaria Research: Where It Goes and Why 1991 Commissioned Paper, In: Malaria: Future issues and Trends, U. S. National Academy of Science, Institute of Medicine, Washington D.C. Hariga, F.
CISFAM: Consolidated Information System for Famine Management in Africa 1987 Phase One Report, CRED/OMS Revel, J.P.
Vulnerability and Risk Assessment in Famine Prone Communities: Towards an Effective Preparedness Planning. 1985 CRED Working Paper.
The Management of Nutritional Emergencies in Large Populations (in English and French) 1978 WHO, pp. 64-80 De Ville de Goyet, C.

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