This essay focuses on need of humanitarian assistance. there were ten years ago; more than 130 million people in need of humanitarian assistance just
List the major adverse drug-drug interactions and drug-food interactions that clients need to be made aware of
there are more than double the number of emergencies there were ten years ago; more than 130 million people in need of humanitarian assistance just to survive, and over half of them are children. The nature of emergencies is changing too. Conflict is more vicious, complex and unpredictable. Climate change is unleashing natural disasters faster, for longer and with longer-lasting consequences for children and their families. The needs are greater, the gap in available funding is growing and the calls on to respond have never been greater.
Preparing, responding, and helping communities recover.
There is hope. With the support of our partners across the world, we are in a better position to respond the pressing and ever-changing needs of children than we have ever been. From conflict to cyclones, last year World Vision helped more than 27 million people affected by emergencies.
Around 1.5 billion people are affected by conflict globally and over 65 million, half of them children, have been forced from their homes due to violence.
In addition, over 200 million people are affect by disasters cause by natural hazards each year and the effects of climate change are causing increase risks for children.
We strengthen communities’ resilience and support children’s right to dignity and protection before, during and after disasters and conflicts. Responding to the needs of adolescent girls – who are among the most at risk when disasters strike
Provide information regarding when clients should call their doctor for advice (e.g., questions, non-urgent symptoms, unpleasant side effects, etc.)
Emphasize any symptoms for which clients should seek immediate care (e.g., when to go to the emergency center or call 911)