Joint Statement Urges Protection Of Health Care Workers, Services In Conflict, Emergency Situations

WHO: Stop the violence. Protect health care
A joint statement from members of Health Care in Danger, a project of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, provides recommendations to states, armed forces, non-state actors, and international and national humanitarian and health organizations to protect health care personnel and “give urgent attention to the recommendations resulting from the Health Care in Danger initiative … that, if implemented by all those concerned, would increase the protection of health care services in armed conflict or other emergencies” (11/4).

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