Podcast Episodes Reflect On Origins Of Humanitarian Aid Sector, Creating A Robust Mental Health Policy In Africa
New Humanitarian/Center for Global Development’s “Rethinking Humanitarianism Podcast”: Humanitarianism: The making of…
Heba Aly, director of the New Humanitarian, and Jeremy Konyndyk, senior policy fellow at the Center for Global Development, both hosts of the Rethinking Humanitarian Podcast, speak with Antonio Donini, research associate at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva; Catherine Bertini, World Food Prize Laureate and former head of the World Food Programme; and Jessica Alexander, former aid worker and editor of the New Humanitarian’s Rethinking Humanitarianism series, about the origins of the humanitarian aid sector (11/4).
SciDev.Net’s “Africa Science Focus”: The need to create a sound mental health policy
Selly Amutabi, host of the Africa Science Focus podcast, reflects “on how life issues like divorce take a toll on the mental health of the individual and the need for Africa to create a robust mental health policy” (11/4).