As an independent organization, the ICRC would not contribute to this platform but the idea is nonetheless interesting, given the scale of the problem.
In 2008, we launched a study to look at how violence affects the delivery of health care in 16 countries where we are operational. The information we collected painted a bleak picture, with widesrpread attacks on patients, healthcare workers and facilities. It resulted in Health care in danger, a major ICRC initiative launched earlier this year.
Last week, the 31st International Conference of the Red Cross and Red Crescent adopted a resolution aiming to safeguard the delivery of healthcare in situations of armed conflict and internal disturbances over the next four years.