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The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement supported people in Somalia, Kenya and Ethiopia.
03 Sep 2013
The UN announced today that the number of registered Syrian refugees has reached two million, but the British Red Cross says the real figures will be higher.
21 Aug 2013
Food aid is in serious danger of running out in some areas of the country due to lack of funding and the length of Syria’s conflict.
19 Aug 2013
On World Humanitarian Day, the British Red Cross is calling for respect for – and protection of – humanitarian workers in Syria, including volunteers.
A new medical centre to replace the one destroyed in the China earthquake is providing a vital service for people like Chen. Read his story.
Haja and his family lost their home and even had to drink flood water to survive. We've given them food and materials to build a shelter.
Hanifa barely escaped with her family when flood waters swept through Pakistan. She needs the basic items the Pakistan Red Cross is distributing.
The 2010 Pakistan floods were the worst to hit the country in 80 years. The Red Cross helped people recover.
Liang and Wu survived the 2008 China earthquake and the Red Cross helped them face the first winter by giving them warm blankets.
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