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Table 3 Intersections between ethical obligations and humanitarian principles

From: Challenges to ethical obligations and humanitarian principles in conflict settings: a systematic review

  Provide highest attainable quality of care and services Protect and care for response workers Minimize harms of response Support a locally led response Appropriate acquisition and management of assets Distribute benefits and burdens equitably Practice honesty and transparency Incorporate local knowledge and norms
Neutrality n = 40 n = 26 n = 24 n = 19 n = 10 n = 31 n = 10 n = 15
Independence n = 43 n = 18 n = 23 n = 21 n = 29 n = 24 n = 10 n = 13
Impartiality n = 25 n = 9 n = 14 n = 13 n = 9 n = 38 n = 4 n = 12
Humanity n = 73 n = 17 n = 19 n = 16 n = 28 n = 39 n = 6 n = 8
Solidarity n = 4 n = 3 n = 3 n = 3 n = 4 n = 3 n = 1 n = 1