CE-DAT: The Human Impact of Complex Emergencies


CRED's aim in developing CE-DAT was to create a global searchable database on complex humanitarian emergencies. This database serves as an essential source of nutritional, health and mortality data for rational decision-making in conflict situations. Through evidence-based trends analysis and epidemiological briefs, CE-DAT seeks to improve international policy on disaster response and prevention. 

For more information, contact Tefera Delbiso.


January, 2003 to January, 2015

Financial resources: 

Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migrations (US Department of States), UK-Aid from the UK Government, and the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development


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