, Volume 67, Number 5

Project Director, One Health Project, Centre on Global Health Security
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He is a physician and public health specialist working at the Health Protection Agency in England. He recently returned from Dadaab where he carried out an emergency needs assessment as a volunteer for Doctors Worldwide – an international medical charity operating in Kenya.

In recent weeks the tragedy unfolding across the Horn of Africa following prolonged drought in the region has been a prominent news feature around the world. The increased attention has been critical in raising funds for the aid effort and prioritising the disaster in the global conscience.

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