Global conflict escalation during the pandemic, climate, and economic dilemmas: Healthcare sustainability challenges in conflict zones and elsewhere
Abdul Kader Mohiuddin 1 *
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1 Alumnus, Faculty of Pharmacy, Dhaka University, Dhaka-1000, BANGLADESH* Corresponding Author

Abstract

Religion, governance, and politics–as well as related topics such as human rights, justice, and so on–have historically caused many of the world’s most significant conflicts, and they continue to do so because these issues are often the most fundamental in the structure of a society. To gain a military advantage, parties to armed conflicts have polluted water, burned crops, cut down forests, poisoned soils, and killed animals over the years. A variety of context factors, particularly socioeconomic conditions, governance, and political factors, interact and play a key role in translating climate change into conflict risks. The present unrest all over the world risks putting more than half of the countries into a crisis of health, economy, and social safety, which is the biggest threat to human civilization. The security and safety of healthcare facilities, workers, and supply lines remain paramount concerns along with access to health services, technology, and innovation.

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Article Type: Review Article

EUR J SUSTAIN DEV RES, Volume 7, Issue 2, 2023, Article No: em0217

https://doi.org/10.29333/ejosdr/12936

Publication date: 01 Apr 2023

Online publication date: 04 Feb 2023

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