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Methods of Humanitarian Intervention - APA 2019

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Narrative version with reference links is available on LinkedIn at: “State of Philanthropy: Finding Hope Among the 'Disaster' of Humanitarian Aid” https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/state-philanthropy-finding-hope-among-disaster-aid-dr-chris-stout/

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Methods of Humanitarian Intervention - APA 2019

  1. Methods of Humanitarian Involvement Chris Stout, PsyD Founding Director Center for Global Initiatives Visiting Scholar Chicago School of Professional Psychology
  2. Humanitarian assistance is an evergreen area of endeavor. From my point of view, while there is an overwhelming amount to do, there are many willing to roll up their sleeves in whatever literal or proverbial ways, for example…
  3. They can be general.
  4. Or they can be very specific, like obstetric fistula repair surgery in postpartum African women.
  5. They can be academic.
  6. They can be in the field.
  7. They can be in advocacy.
  8. And they can be a combination.
  9. Successes and Challenges
  10. Infectious Disease USAID South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa Decreased newborn mortality via simplified treatment regimens with antibiotics by infections in neonates.
  11. Ebola Oxfam found the importance of: - An adequate number of trained health workers; - Available medicines; - Robust health information systems, including surveillance; - Appropriate infrastructure; - Sufficient public financing; and - A strong public sector to deliver equitable, quality services.
  12. Vaccines JAMA recently published another well-designed study of 95,727 children and found “…no harmful association between MMR vaccine receipt and ASD even among children already at higher risk for ASD.”
  13. Malaria Improved diagnostic tests used in routine antenatal care as well as more efficacious and safe drugs suitable during pregnancy have decreased mother to fetus malaria transmission.
  14. Ways to make a difference
  15. Jobs LinkedIn has a specific tool for looking to work in the nonprofit arena.
  16. Idealist’s mission is to “close the gap between intention and action by connecting people, organizations, ideas, and resources.” They have over 133,000 organizations involved with jobs, internships, and now graduate programs.
  17. Craig Zelizer, PhD and Linda Johnston, PhD, co- authored this career guide based on interviews with more than 60 organizations and practitioners.
  18. Ashoka is the largest network of social entrepreneurs worldwide, with nearly 3,000 Ashoka Fellows in 70 countries putting their system- changing ideas into practice on a global scale. Ashoka Changemakers accelerates social change by finding and connecting high-potential individuals by using the power of global competitions and peer networks. Since their inception they have run 80+ competitions, sourced more than 21,000 innovations, and channeled more than $600 million in direct investment to innovators.
  19. Volunteering
  20. The basic idea is that doing good work and helping others shouldn’t be so hard…
  21. Boston Children's Hospital created HealthMap, a free tool utilizing online informal sources for disease outbreak monitoring and real-time surveillance of emerging public health threats — worldwide. Users are delivered real-time intelligence on a broad range of emerging infectious diseases, based on disparate data sources that results in a unified and comprehensive view of the current global state of infectious diseases and their effect on human and animal health.
  22. In a parallel way, Patrick Meier, PhD, examines > Big (crisis) data, > Social media, > Satellite and aerial imagery, > AI for disaster response, and more…
  23. We developed a podcast to highlight interesting people that all have a humanitarian aspect to their lives or work.
  24. Reasons for Hope
  25. The Gates Foundation is very bullish on global health challenges. Eradication guinea worm, river blindness, polio, and elephantiasis by 2030. Gates’ optimism is based on evidence from work (and results) in Rwanda, Uganda, and Nepal, and elsewhere. No small challenge in breadth and depth, but I must say, he’s pretty convincing.
  26. Scholarships I put my money where my mouth is, and have founded a modest scholarship for engineering and technology students at my alma mater to travel abroad.
  27. While demand will likely never diminish, I’m happy to say that it seems that the supply side may be building to help address these needs. I went into a fair amount of detail on this in three volumes of my book-set, The New Humanitarians.
  28. Sabriye Tenberken & Paul Kronenberg
  29. Erik Weihenmayer
  30. THANKS KEEP IN TOUCH GO DO For Having Me DrChrisStout.com Great Things…!

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