Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED)
Centre de recherche sur l'épidémiologie des désastres
1973 Brussels Belgium
1973, Brussels (Belgium), as Association for the Epidemiological Study and Assessment of Disasters in Developing Countries -- Association pour l'étude et l'évaluation épidémiologiques des désastres dans les pays en voie de développement. Also referred to as Association for the Epidemiology of Disasters -- Association pour l'épidémiologie des désastres. Registered in accordance with Belgian law, 23 Mar 1977.
Undertake research and provide an evidence base on the burden of disease and health issues arising from disasters and conflicts to improve needs-based preparedness and responses to humanitarian emergencies.
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