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CRJ R&D: Cheapest Real-Time PCR Machine
Portable PCR machines can save lives by providing accurate testing in disaster stricken areas. However, these machines be expensive
What's coming up in CRJ 10:2
Ebola, water and environment, children in humanitarian and climate emergencies, people trafficking, data and crisis response... some of the articles in our next issue
CRJ R&D: Ambulance drone delivers defibrillator
What if help for people suffering from cardiac arrests could be reached by ambulatory help 10 times faster?
CRJ R&D: Airbnb's disaster response tool to help survivors find free housing
When disaster hits, not only do many people need medical attention but many others are displaced from their homes and must find somewhere to stay
Natural Defence against Un-Natural Disaster
Every year storms, floods, droughts and other extreme events affect hundreds of millions of people around the world, with economic losses estimated at $100 billion, writes Paul Venton
Bringing hope to Syria's beleaguered civilians
Syria: Just over a year ago, this volunteer from Northern Aleppo lost a leg to a barrel bomb in horrific circumstances while trying to rescue civilians trapped in rubble after bombing raids on their homes.
The Family Meal - a UN World Food Programme & ECHO photo exhibition
Photographer Chris Terry went in search of the ingredients of the family meal, visiting families receiving food assistance under the partnership ECHO and the WFP
CRJ Issue 10:1
Check out our archive to see what is in our current issue - our tenth anniversary edition. Includes safer cities, the future of disaster medicine, crisis leadership, interview with Sir David King and much more
Innovating frontline Fire & Rescue Response
The modern UK Fire & Rescue Service is about putting fires out, right? Well, not entirely, writes Editorial Advisory Panel Member Andy Marshall in a preview of his full article in the Winter edition of Crisis Response Journal
Strategic thinking in the face of Ebola
Patrick Lagadec and Mike Granatt say that institutions and leaders must embrace strategic thinking when confronting the Ebola outbreak
Bird flu: New EU measures after Dutch and UK cases
The European Commission has adopted protective measures to try to contain a bird flu outbreak after new cases were reported in the UK and the Netherlands.
2014 Global Terrorism Index
The number of lives lost to terrorist attacks increased by 61 per cent in a single year, according to the second edition of the Global Terrorism Index (GTI), rising from 11,133 in 2012 to 17,958 in 2013.
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