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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.
Zeinab, a mother in Kenya, has a small amount of grain, but no appetite to eat it. The Red Cross is helping her with healthcare.
Fatima is struggling to take care of her family due to the drought. The Red Cross is proposing long-term solutions for her community.
Aimee and her son narrowly escaped being shot in a Congo detention camp. Now in Glasgow, we helped her contact her family and start over.
After fleeing torture and persecution in Eritrea, refugee Alia is building a new life in the UK with our help.
30 May 2013
Tens of thousands of people are in need of shelter, healthcare and food following violent clashes between armed factions in the Central African Republic.
15 Apr 2013
British Red Cross uses a new location-based text message system to save lives and prevent the spread of cholera in Sierra Leone.
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