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14 Sep 2012
Six months after the British Red Cross launched its West Africa Food Crisis Appeal, it continues to help people in the Sahel – where 17 million are still facing severe food shortages.
22 Aug 2012
The British Red Cross has sent an emergency response team to Sierra Leone following a cholera outbreak, which has been declared a national emergency.
04 Jul 2012
The Kenya Red Cross has helped cut the number of people in the Ifo II camp suffering from severe malnutrition by 75 per cent.
12 Jul 2012
As the Red Cross continues to help people after a landslide in Uganda, heavy rains in the region mean thousands remain at risk.
22 May 2012
The British Red Cross is sending a further £120,000 from its Disaster Fund to support work in west Africa tackling a severe food crisis.
20 Apr 2012
The Red Cross has started a livelihoods programme in Liberia to help more than 9,000 people still struggling after Ivory Coast conflict.
21 Mar 2012
The British Red Cross has released £125,000 from its Disaster Fund in an attempt to head off a looming disaster in the Sahel region of west Africa.
As civil unrest continues in the Arab world, thousands of people have been killed or injured. Find out how we’re helping people in a desperate situation.
12 Jan 2012
Six months on from the launch of our East Africa Food Crisis Appeal, the generosity of our donors has helped the Red Cross provide relief to hundreds of thousands of malnourished people.
22 Nov 2011
Efforts to improve access to food and reduce deaths in the Horn of Africa are beginning to pay off, but around 250,000 people continue to face imminent starvation.
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