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Rice farmer Ricky cares for his mother. A simple cash grant got them on the path to recovery after Typhoon Haiyan.
A falling mango tree threatened to change Nenita Bugay's life for ever.
Everyone in Erlinda's neighbourhood knows her shop. But what happened when a typhoon tore it apart?
We helped Welsh Guard veterans, Ray and Arthur, visit the battlefields of Europe to pay respects to their fallen comrades.
Iraq was the only place Hadil knew - and then violence forced her to flee.
After two years separated from her children, Sokonan was ecstatic when the Red Cross helped reunite the family.
We helped the Dawes family after their house caught fire. Their neighbours were so impressed by our volunteers they even raised money to help fund our work.
09 Mar 2015
What makes someone get out of bed in the middle of the night to go and help a stranger whose home has burned down? Tom Newman sheds some light.
After our volunteers helped pensioner Arthur Phillips recover from a house fire, his six-year-old granddaughter raised money for us to say thank you.
When Cecil Muggeridge’s farm cottage was razed to the ground, he didn’t know where to turn – but our volunteers were soon at the scene to help.
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