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The Safeguarding Health in Conflict Coalition's new report shows there were more than 1,200 violent attacks and threats against health workers, medical facilities and transports, and patients in 20 conflict-affected countries in 2019. At least 150 health workers were killed, 90 were kidnapped, and at least 500 more were injured as a result.
This new analysis by SHCC coalition member Insecurity Insight, highlights key trends in aid worker and health worker security.over the first six months of 2020.
Safeguarding Health in Conflict Coalition Chair Leonard Rubenstein discusses the effect of conflict in the country.
New Safeguarding Health in Conflict Coalition annual report documents incidents of violence and threats against health workers, facilities, and transport in 20 conflict-affected countries and territories.