Aid Workers Increasingly At Risk In Unstable Regions, Conflict Zones

Devex: A risky business: Aid workers in danger
“…Kidnapping and violence against foreign aid workers has gone from a rare horror story to an all-too-familiar refrain from those working in the world’s most dangerous locales. Even as security has improved for many aid organizations in recent years, deepening political crises in a few select hot spots stretching across the Middle East, North Africa, and Latin America have made it increasingly risky for humanitarians operating in remote and unstable locations…” (Kravitz/O’Molloy, 10/8).

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