Text and Data Mining valid from 2018-03-02
Received: 2 September 2017
Accepted: 19 February 2018
First Online: 2 March 2018
: Hannah Wild is an M.D. candidate at Stanford University School of Medicine with a concentration in humanitarian crises. She has 18 months of field experience with the Nyangatom of southwest Ethiopia, a tribe of nomadic pastoralists closely related to the Toposa of South Sudan.Jok Madut Jok holds a Ph.D. in medical anthropology from the University of California, Los Angeles. He is currently the Executive Director of the Sudd Institute and a researcher at the Center for Global Health at State University of New York, Upstate Medical University. He specializes in conflict and security, reproductive health, and political violence. He is the author of several books includingBreaking Sudan: the Search for Peace(2017) andSudan: Race, Religion and Violence(2007).Ronak Patel M.D., M.P.H., is Director of the Urbanization and Resilience Program at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Patel’s recent research focuses on urban vulnerability and humanitarian crises, urban fragility, resilience, and refugee integration.
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