Aid groups are now turning to the public. Action Against Hunger, for example, isseeking support for the creation of a U.N. Special Procedure to report and document attacks on medical facilities and humanitarian workers. And Oxfam is asking for signatures for a petition to convince world leaders, like the U.K. and the U.S., to stop selling arms to countries like Saudi Arabia that have used them to attack schools, hospitals and aid facilities in Yemen.
Can Attacks On Aid Workers Be Stopped?
September 29, 2016