Drones Tested For Delivering Essential Medical Services To Rural African Villages

PBS NewsHour: Humanitarian efforts benefit from drones as ethical debate continues
“…[A] new experiment conducted this year by [the] United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) shows the potential for drones to help [remote African villages receive essential medical services] amid debates over ethical issues and at a time when developing countries around the world are increasingly turning to the aerial devices to assist with humanitarian efforts…” (Regan, 10/23).

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