The Red Book: A guidance document for medical teams responding to health emergencies in armed conflicts and other insecure environments

This publication, also referred to as the “Red Book”, offers a guidance framework and introduces additional verification requirements for medical teams preparing for or involved in responding to health emergencies in armed conflict and other insecure environments.

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