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Following conflict in the Ivory Coast, we helped people recover.
21 Feb 2013
The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement is reaching close to two million people every month, but the crisis is expanding.
20 Feb 2013
Burundian refugees are facing serious health risks as they return home, having had their refugee status revoked by the Tanzanian Government.
08 Feb 2013
In Myanmar, Red Cross volunteers are helping thousands of people who’ve fled fighting and are living in temporary camps.
More than one million people were affected by flooding in 17 countries - but in particular Sudan, Uganda, Ethiopia, Ghana, Togo and Burkina Faso.
In February 2009, Australia endured the worst bushfire in recorded history, as fires swept across Victoria. The Red Cross worked day and night to help survivors.
The Red Cross and Red Crescent worked around the clock to provide relief and support to hospitals in Gaza with medical supplies, generators and a surgical team.
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.
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