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We work with the government and the public to improve the humanitarian situation of vulnerable people.
Give your voice to the thousands of missing people throughout the world by entering our creative writing competition.
Looking for your birth family or interested in adoption? Try these organisations.
We may be able to help you trace relatives affected by the disaster.
Do you have missing loved ones? We are part of a global network that traces missing family and reconnects them.
If you have lost touch with relatives following the Boston marathon explosioins, we may be able to help you contact them.
If you have lost touch with relatives as a result of the Mali conflict, we may be able to help you contact them.
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.
Following the fall of Saddam Hussein, people were in urgent need of food, water, shelter and medical care.
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