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The worst floods in decades hit South Asia in June 2004. Around 1,800 people died and 70 million people were affected across the region.
The Red Cross helped people when floods hit southern Africa, including Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Namibia, Lesotho and Swaziland.
11 Jan 2013
The British Red Cross has released £285,000 from its Disaster Fund to help the Philippines recover from Typhoon Bopha – known locally as Pablo.
29 Jan 2013
The British Red Cross will today launch a campaign which aims to help Northern Ireland communities cope better in times of crisis.
14 Dec 2012
Research published today by the British Red Cross outlines the specific difficulties experienced by rural populations in Northern Ireland when faced with extreme flooding.
27 Nov 2012
A pregnant woman and 92-year-old man are among the people helped by Red Cross volunteers in a flood-hit town in north Wales.
19 Nov 2012
Emergency response volunteers were called out to help more than 20 flood victims forced to leave their homes in Scotland today (Monday 19 November).
23 Nov 2012
As severe weather and flooding cause chaos across the country, emergency response volunteers have been busy throughout the week offering support.
A new Red Cross programme is helping reduce the impact of disasters in Uganda where environmental degradation is causing more frequent landslides.
Red Cross emergency response teams were called in to help more than 20 flood victims evacuated from houses and two care homes in a Perthshire town today (Monday).
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