Abandoned for 24
months,  with 100,000 dead, civilians in the Failed State of
Syria  has focused crisis discussions on humanitarian emergencies
that are beyond the capacity of the United Nations, Non-Governmental
and Relief Organizations.
Preparing for a
NATO level Operational Medicine
Response for Humanitarian Catastrophe in Syria.
24 October 2012 -
Updated 20 February 2013
Stephen M. Apatow
Director of Research & Development
Resource Institute (UN:NGO:DESA)
Consortium Graduate Studies
for Medicine, Veterinary Medicine & Law
Medical Security Strike Teams (HMSST)
UN Security Council permission is granted to enter a country, Humanitarian Medical Security Strike Teams
(HMSST) represent a
rapid response capability to provide access to operational medicine,
facilitate transport of medical supplies and provide security for
operations in complex humanitarian emergencies.
|Source: Syria Crisis:
Horrific Scenes In Al Qusayr Field Hospital: Huffington Post, 24
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