Medicine and Health Sciences
This important book is a primer on the basics of humanitarian action. The ten chapters—each written by a leading professional—introduce the essential issues facing humanitarian workers as they confront both natural and man-made crises.
Designed for students, teachers, practitioners, policy-makers, journalists, and other professionals, Basics of Humanitarian Missions covers fundamental concepts, contexts, and problems, in settings that range from floods and earthquakes to medical emergencies, civil strife, and forced migration.
Cahill, M.D., Kevin M., "Basics of International Humanitarian Mission" (2003). Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs. Paper 1.