We want to go on providing a practical response to the needs of the most vulnerable among us, and we will.
Hospitalised patients need treatment, respite, and care; not more bombs and violence. But, once again, a hospital has become a target. Bombing a hospital is always an unacceptable act of violence. Hospitals need to be able to provide medical care and treat the wounded. They must be respected by everyone involved in the fighting, as written in the Geneva Conventions. There are no conditions under which this is justified, and humanity as a whole must not tolerate this.
(16th February, 2016)