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James Denselow
Head of Conflict Team / Middle East Analyst / Fellow / Lived & worked in &
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“Children are at greater risk of dying from severe burns than adults” - ⁦⁩ writes in new report focusing on children’s vulnerabilities to modern conflict
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Matt Brown May 17
Have a think about this the next time you think about war... doctors have put together a field manual Re treating children affected by blast injuries. Because they have to. Remember this quote.
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AFP news agency May 16
Doctors and rights activists unveiled the world's first field manual for the treatment of child casualties from explosions, which they say cause almost three-quarters of juvenile deaths and injuries in war zones
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James Denselow May 17
“The Paediatric Blast Injury Field Manual gives medical staff in conflict settings the knowledge and technical guidance needed specifically to treat children” - in
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INEW May 17
New report by highlights the devastating effects of explosive weapons on children. A political declaration to address such harms is urgent and vital
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AJ+ May 16
This is what it's like for children who survive explosive attacks.
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James Denselow May 17
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James Denselow May 17
Many thanks to for being a champion for children affected by conflict. Children like Saed who lost both his legs to an airstrike when he was just one-year-old need both our solidarity and our support
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James Denselow May 16
'I don't like planes, they took my legs': British & Syrian doctors launch the world's first handbook for child blast injuries to help medics in war zones THEWARONCHILDREN
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James Denselow May 16
Most excellent news
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Federica De Caria May 16
A coalition of British doctors, researchers and charities has launched the world’s first Paediatric Blast Injury Field Manual. The handbook is the first comprehensive guide on how to treat damage suffered by children from air strikes, artillery and landmines.
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Kiran Kothari May 16
The UNs High Commissioner for Human Rights , a paediatrician and former President of Chile, supports actions proposed in Save the Children’s report which aligns with child rights in conflict. Glad we work together.
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TRT World May 15
"Children's bones bend more than those of adults…their undeveloped muscles offer less protection. This handbook will give advice on all of these areas" We look at Save the Children manual billed to help field doctors in treating children wounded in conflict zones
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James Denselow May 16
Lead author of the world’s first Paediatric Blast Injury Field Manual - “In an ideal world you’d have a major Paediatric trauma centre on your doorstep”
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James Denselow May 15
Ten-months ago at the led Global Disability Summit the plan to create the world’s first Paediatric Blast Injury Field Manual was announced - today it’s in the hands of Syrian medics helping children like Saed
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James Denselow May 15
Replying to @bhanu_bhatnagar
Kudos to your part in it too! 🔥 🔥 🔥
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SavetheChildren News May 15
WATCH: today we launch the first-of-its-kind blast manual for field medics treating injured in conflict zones created in partnership with
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James Denselow May 15
Huge congrats to , the PBIP team and to the medics at for producing the world’s first Paediatric Blast Injury Field Manual
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ChildrenArmdConflict May 15
In The Hague tomorrow, Virginia Gamba joins friends and colleagues to mark 100 years of Together, we can and StopTheWarOnChildren
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