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11 Feb 2011
As thousands flee from mounting political tensions in the Ivory Coast, the British Red Cross has given £50,000 to help refugees in Liberia.
We support HIV prevention and treatment in Lesotho, which has one of the highest HIV infection rates among adults in the world.
06 Mar 2014
The British Red Cross has launched an appeal to help save lives in South Sudan where nearly one million people have been made homeless by fighting.
The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement helped across the Sahel region of west Africa.
04 Feb 2014
Nearly one million people have been made homeless by fighting in South Sudan. The Red Cross is working to alleviate the vast humanitarian crisis.
Sierra Leone is one of the poorest countries in the world and was devastated by a civil war. Read how the Red Cross is working to improve community-based health care.
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.
Having overcome TB once already, Matebello was again diagnosed with the disease. The Red Cross is by her side and is helping her complete her treatment.
31 Dec 2013
The British Red Cross provided help to an emergency appeal in Lesotho, where nearly three quarters of a million people were in desperate need of food.
12 Dec 2013
The British Red Cross is contributing £100,000 towards alleviating the humanitarian crisis in Central African Republic (CAR).
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