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To and her four children used to move from one cold home to another, but thanks to the Red Cross the family got a home of their own just as Mongolia's dzud took hold.
In a dark room at the top of three flights of crumbling, water-logged stairs, Ameena sits with her two severely disabled sons.
When stepping out of his front door meant facing a storm of gunfire, Marwan knew he had to leave.
In northern Lebanon, a cluster of home-made tents in a muddy field is home for about 100 Syrian refugee families.
“All the houses in our neighbourhood have been flattened now. Completely flattened.”
After a stroke landed him in hospital for ten months, Randolph wasn’t ready to face the world again – until we lent a hand.
Living with Parkinson’s disease can be difficult for Renate Eglestaff – so she was especially grateful when our volunteer called round to help.
After losing both her husband and much of her eyesight, Hilda was at her very lowest ebb – until our volunteer helped her rediscover a zest for life.
Anyone who has heart surgery in their eighties will naturally need a bit of support to get back on their feet – which is why Theresa Allen turned to us for help.
Nobody likes visiting the dentist, but poor Ann’s dental phobia meant she hadn’t had a check-up for 40 years – and she was in painful misery.
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