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Public health experts say violence and conflict deprives children of the most basic healthcare
 

Public health experts say violence and conflict deprives children of the most basic healthcare

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More than 2,000 suspected cholera cases are reported daily in Yemen. With a shortage of medical supplies and medically trained staff – Yemen's plight highlights what violence and conflict in many regions, such as the Middle East and North Africa, does to the lives of over 24 million children. UNICEF has urged for conflicts to be solved to save children's lives.
 
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29 May 2017 - General
 
It is heartbreaking to read news about these children who are not receiving standard healthcare. Lack of peace and order will only bring negative outcomes in involved countries as sanitation, medical volunteers, and potable water become a rare commodity. It would be impossible to prevent and contain outbreaks in disadvantageous situations during violent times. I hope that things become resolved sooner so that these children and innocent people will receive the medical attention that they deserve...
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