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19 Nov 2012
A new Red Cross programme is helping reduce the impact of disasters in Uganda where environmental degradation is causing more frequent landslides.
After surviving civil war in Sierra Leone, this is Jebbeh’s story about re-building a community in the aftermath of conflict.
We’re helping children who grew up in the decade-long Sierra Leone civil war, through counselling, education and vocational training.
When Almaz fled Ethiopia in fear of her life, leaving behind her husband and four daughters, she didn’t know if she’d ever see them again.
Djibouti suffers very high levels of poverty – but the Red Cross is helping some of its poorest people look forward to a better future.
22 Oct 2012
A Red Cross emergency team has built latrines and promoted good hygiene practices to help control a cholera outbreak in Sierra Leone.
24 Sep 2012
Severe water shortages in refugee camps close to the Sudanese border have worsened the humanitarian situation, making conditions dire and survival a struggle.
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.
After fleeing violence in the Ivory Coast, Miata arrived in Liberia with nothing. Now the Red Cross is training her to be a tailor.
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