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Marion Robinson is terminally ill with a lung disease, but is given strength by regular visits from our caring volunteer. This is her story.
Justine Hillier, medical matron, on working in partnership with the Red Cross care in the home service.
After watching two shocking bomb attacks in Damascus on television, Syrian student Batoul wanted to help people affected by the ongoing violence in Syria.
Moe had no medical support when she had her baby, Nay, in the forests of Sagaing.
As Wai recalls several difficult years of flooding in her village, she welcomes the work the Red Cross is carrying out in her area.
Alwilayat has already lost two daughters under the age of five and is facing a daunting struggle to feed her two sons.
Thanks to a Red Cross gardening project, Djenaba is confident she’ll be able to send her two-year-old daughter Malika to school this autumn.
With the current food crisis in the Sahel, Habi’s family is facing a daunting task to protect the health of their precious young.
Habsatou is president of the Sandari vegetable garden group. Thanks to the Red Cross, she and her friends are now able to grow aubergines, cabbages, onions, lettuces and okra.
Hadjatou cradles her six-month-old son after learning from a Red Cross nurse that her baby is acutely malnourished.
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