Close to 1,000 people lost their life after attacks on health care in emergencies, the World Health Organisation (WHO) reported on May 26.
For the first time, the WHO tried to collect information on attacks on health care centres and health care workers and the findings were shocking.
According to the report, “Attacks on Health Care – Prevent, Protect, Provide,” over the two-year period from January 2014 to December 2015, there were 594 reported attacks on health care that resulted in 959 ...
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