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South Africa has more than five million people living with HIV. We’ve worked there since 1999 on prevention and treatment.
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.
In 2011, the Kenya Red Cross began providing services at the Ifo II camp in Dadaab. Take a look at the camp, and read how we're helping.
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.
Fatima is struggling to take care of her family due to the drought. The Red Cross is proposing long-term solutions for her community.
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