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We launched an appeal in 2006 to help people across Africa survive when drought and inflated prices left them without enough food.
We raised money to help 1.5 million people by providing food, strengthening livelihoods and improving water and sanitation.
The Red Cross was on the ground in Zimbabwe from the beginning of the cholera epidemic, delivering water and focusing largely on public education.
When Alla was diagnosed with TB she felt like an outcast, but with counselling and support from the Red Crescent she’s feeling better.
Diagnosed with TB and HIV, and estranged from his wife and daughter, Dmitry had no desire to live. Today, he has a different story.
Sergei was so worried about the stigma of living with TB he thought he’d lose his job, but with our support he’s no longer afraid.
Aids is one of the leading causes of death for people aged 25-44 in the Caribbean. Read about how we help by delivering HIV education.
28 Nov 2011
As World AIDS Day (1 December) approaches, a new survey shows many young people fear their parents would react badly if they told them they were HIV positive.
29 Nov 2010
Annie Lennox has joined forces with the British Red Cross for World AIDS Day to highlight the lives of people affected by HIV in South Africa.
We supported people affected by conflict in northern Uganda for years. Find out how we helped people survive.
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