Health crises have long shaped national histories, remodeling countries’ developmental trajectories and leaving long-lasting imprints on the health and socio-economic well-being of populations. The COVID-19 pandemic is no different, in that its social, economic, and political ramifications have wreaked havoc around the world, undermining particularly most vulnerable economies and communitiesContinue Reading

Disabled people are among the hardest hit by economic crises and the consequent loss of purchasing power in Lebanon. Not only they incur high costs in the form of direct expenses on medical treatments, travels, rehabilitation, and assistance or care, they are also often left out from humanitarian responses. ToContinue Reading