Health Care in Danger

A) Objectives of the pledge:

The Malaysian Red Crescent Society as an auxiliary to the Malaysian government undertake to improve the security of delivery and access of health care by enhancing the understanding of the rights and responsibilities of health care personnel and the principles underlying ethical principles of health care through the provision of appropriate training for health care personnel and where necessary, armed forces and security forces, the judiciary, civil servants, academia, the media and civil society.

The Malaysian Red Crescent Society shall also promote the protection and the usage of the distinctive emblems and take appropriate measures to promote a broad understanding and appropriate use of these emblems.

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C) Indicators for measuring progress:


D) Resource implications:


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