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When sports fan Osian Nash broke his leg, the most upsetting thing for him was the prospect of missing out on his favourite rugby team’s biggest game of the year.
Just an hour after completing our first aid course, Mamta Juneja saw a motorcyclist flying past her through the air on a busy road.
Rob ran the London Marathon this year, to mark ten years in remission from bone cancer. He never thought he would raise £27,000 – with a little help from his friends.
The whole point of rehab is that you’re the one getting help – but four recovering addicts turned that thinking on its head when they stepped up to save a stricken motorist.
Mum-to-be Samah had already faced tragedy.
When the car in front of him swerved off the road and crashed into a tree, Tim Tunks didn’t hesitate to help – because he knew he could count on his first aid training.
When Adam pondered how to raise money for Red Cross Week, he decided on a commute by kayak – and it’s a journey he’s unlikely to forget.
Tamba saw his colleagues executed on live TV because they criticised the government. There were then 25 years of fear, corruption and sleeping rough.
In Bangladesh, clean water and latrines can transform lives. Find out why.
In Turkmenistan, help in the battle against TB can be life-changing – for carers as well as those with the illness.
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