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07 Sep 2017
The British Red Cross has launched an appeal for those affected by Hurricane Irma, the most powerful hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic Ocean.
Most of our branches run first aid courses for the public as well as training volunteers so they can help at events and during disasters.
If you'd like know more about the work of our Anguilla branch or ways to get involved, we'd love to hear from you.
In times of disaster, Overseas Branches have to respond quickly and in co-ordination with local agencies. Their actions will depend on the size of the crisis.
Our Overseas Branches are strengthening their ability to respond to disasters, and making the communities they help more resilient.
Aids is one of the leading causes of death for people aged 25-44 in the Caribbean. Read about how we help by delivering HIV education.
We've helped communities prepare for, survive and recover from disasters like hurricanes, floods and even an active volcano. Learn about our work during past disasters.
How is a new programme helping Overseas Territories become better prepared for disasters, and more able to deal with the effects of climate change?
02 Sep 2010
As hurricane season gets underway, volunteers in our overseas branches in the Caribbean are well prepared and responded quickly to Hurricane Earl.
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