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We need to share information, experiences and lessons learned. We have so many challenges, that sharing on-line is an essential tool for us to be better in the services we provide to our communities
I may see further, wider and clearer when you allow me climb on the shoulders of your experience and knowledge. This is one of the benefits from mutual on-line sharing!
We have seen time and time again that the experience of health care providers facing threats and attacks in one context can be useful for other providers facing similar challenges elsewhere. As a community, we therefore exchange lessons learned, operational tools and advocate for the respect and protection of impartial health care services.
The online community is a perfect tool to pursue people's interests in International Humanitarian Law and protection of health services. This easy-to-use platform enables us to communicate, collaborate and share resources for the benefit of all members.
Why waste time reinventing the wheel when someone might already have a solution to your problem? Sharing ideas, challenges and experiences - good or bad - via a community such as this one is key since none of us can (or should) go it alone, especially regarding something as vital as health care.