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11 Jul 2013
A British Red Cross team has helped thousands of people in the wake of devastating floods in Mozambique.
As severe drought causes misery for millions, Ali and Ismail are examples of how longer-term investment can help people survive hard times.
With her animals dying and her family struggling to get enough to eat, Amina worries about her children's future.
After she went missing, the Kenya Red Cross tracked down mother-of-seven Anisa Ibrahim and helped her get vital treatment for herself and her family.
In North Turkana, Kenya, where there’s one doctor for every 155,600 people, Dr Amin is literally a life saver.
Nutritionist Irene Njoki Njiru travels across Turkana in northern Kenya to make sure malnourished children and vulnerable women have enough to eat.
August may traditionally be a school holiday in Kenya, but ten-year-old James and his friends go to school to eat lunch every day.
Kanyang's grandmother brought him to the Kenya Red Cross' centre for severely malnourished children, and he's now recovering.
Kenya Red Cross water and sanitation officer Paul Waikwa is helping lead a project to pump water to seven drought-affected communities.
Food is a huge incentive for families to send their children to school, and thousands of Kenyan kids are now in school thanks to a Red Cross feeding programme.
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