Mortality estimates in complex emergencies


Mortality is one of the major key indicators used in assessing the level of needs in conflict-affected areas. This helps to better target humanitarian aid to the most vulnerable population. Recently, the global humanitarian sector has shown a great interest in finding improved ways to produce robust estimates of mortality in countries severely affected by armed conflicts. The project aims to employ the use of Bayesian methods in understanding the evolution of mortality in crisis-affected by utilization of data from small-scale surveys.

This research will contribute towards improving the tools that health providers use, enhancing the understanding of mortality patterns and better targeting aid for the populations at risk.

For more information, contact Thomas Jideofor Ogbu 



October, 2022


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