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The Red Cross is improving access to water and tackling poor sanitation in Zimbabwe by uniting communities and promoting change.
Sierra Leone is one of the poorest countries in the world and was devastated by a civil war. Read how the Red Cross is improving community-based health care.
The 14-year long civil war in Liberia came to an end when a peace agreement was signed between government forces and opposition groups on 18 August 2003.
Join Team Red Cross in this exclusive trek up beautiful Mount Kilimanjaro.
She may be living with HIV, but Boniswe Petronella Maphanga, 30, has a radiant smile, a gentle sing-song voice and a joyful attitude to life.
After losing all her children, Florence, 75, now cares for all six grandchildren and the Red Cross provides them with vital support.
Londaka is one of 1.4 million children orphaned by HIV-related illness in South Africa. Pink is her favourite colour, as was her mother’s.
We support HIV prevention and treatment in Lesotho, which has one of the highest HIV infection rates among adults in the world.
For over a century, the British Red Cross has been helping people forced to leave their country fearing persecution.
On 11 October 1899, the bloody second Boer war began. Find out how the Red Cross helped the wounded by providing hospital trains, ships and relief supplies.
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