Attacks against health care in Syria, 2015–16: results from a real-time reporting tool

The Lancet, 390(10109), p2278–2286
Authors: Mohamed Elamein, Hilary Bower, Camilo Valderrama, et al.
“The data system used in this study addressed double-counting, reduced the effect of potentially biased self-reports, and produced credible data from anonymous information. The MVH tool could be feasibly deployed in many conflict areas. Reliable data are essential to show how far warring parties have strayed from international law protecting health care in conflict and to effectively harness legal mechanisms to discourage future perpetrators.”
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