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Forty-year-old Anteshe Ganta’s husband died, leaving her a plot of land she couldn't cultivate. Now the maize seed the Red Cross gave her is ripe.
Father-of-five Euael Chuma has a lot of hungry mouths to feed. He is one of 40,000 people who received food relief from the Red Cross in Damot Pulasa.
Twenty-year-old Kidist Solomon is a housewife, mother-of-one and Red Cross volunteer bringing food to people who don’t have any.
The Red Cross helped Lukasi and his family from Makonissa Kebele, a small village in Damot Galle, survive the drought in Ethiopia.
Mihiret was pregnant with her fifth child when the rains stopped. She and her family depended on the Red Cross to get them through.
Zinash Goya is three years old but you would never be able to tell by looking at her. She's being looked after at a special health centre.
Read the diary of British Red Cross delegate Greg Jack, reporting from Ethiopia on the food crisis.
09 Jan 2009
Millions of people in Kenya and the Horn of Africa, including Ethiopia, are facing an exceptional humanitarian crisis that requires urgent food assistance.
28 Aug 2009
On the Day of the Disappeared the Red Cross is reminding people that thousands of families are unaware of the fate of their loved ones missing in conflicts around the world.
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