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Hadjatou cradles her six-month-old son after learning from a Red Cross nurse that her baby is acutely malnourished.
The Caribbean was hit by a number of powerful hurricanes and tropical storms in September 2004. Our delegates helped with the relief and recovery operations.
An earthquake struck the island of Java, killing 5,749 people and injuring more than 38,000. We helped with the logistics of the relief effort.
On 26 December 2003, a major earthquake struck the city of Bam in Iran. Around 26,000 people lost their lives and 30,000 were injured.
Find out how the Red Cross responded to the devastating earthquake in L'Aquila, central Italy, which killed around 290 people and left around 28,000 homeless.
Kadiatou Konnare is facing a more daunting struggle to feed her seven children than most people will ever know.
Find out how we helped people after the terrorist attack in London on 7 July 2005, from providing ambulances and volunteers, to setting up a support line.
"In 12 years volunteering for the Red Cross I have never seen a catastrophe like the current food crisis here in the Sahel region of Mali."
Oroukia Boulo and her husband have seven children. Instead of being able to fill their three granaries after harvesting their cereal crops this year, they couldn’t even fill one.
As Ouilimatou lies, listless, in his grandmother’s lap he does not look like a child who is nearly two years old.
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