ICRC institutional health care in danger strategy 2020-2022 : protecting health care from violence and attacks in situations of armed conflict and other emergencies
[Geneva] : [ICRC], 2020
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The ICRC's Health Care in Danger (HCiD) seeks to create a world where weapon bearers, political authorities and populations in countries affected by conflict and other emergencies respect the inviolability of health care at all times. The ICRC will contribute to the realization of this vision by: influencing the doctrine and practice of weapon bearers; assisting States in strengthening their domestic legislation; building up the resilience of health-care systems to violence; campaigning for behavioural change among civilian populations. The current strategy sets the objectives for the 2020-2022 period within the framework of this long-term vision.
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