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17 May 2013
As Mahasen moved across the Indian Ocean threatening Bangladesh and Myanmar earlier this week, the Red Cross helped the countries prepare.
13 May 2013
A British Red Cross worker abducted and killed in Pakistan in 2012 has been awarded the Florence Nightingale medal.
The British Red Cross has now closed its appeal, but the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement continues to help people in the region recover.
After decades of conflict in Afghanistan, a Red Cross community health programme is making a real difference for thousands of people.
06 Nov 2012
Like many Cuban Red Cross volunteers who are responding after Hurricane Sandy, Cito’s own family were severely affected by the storm.
21 Nov 2012
The Department for International Development announced today (21 November 2012) that it is providing £850,000 to support people in Cuba devastated by Hurricane Sandy.
The British Red Cross is sending support worth £80,000 to relief operations, to help the Caribbean islands recover from the effects of Hurricane Sandy.
22 Apr 2013
The Red Cross Society of China has delivered thousands of blankets, tents and first aid kits to survivors of an earthquake in the south of the country.
If you have lost touch with relatives following the Boston marathon explosioins, we may be able to help you contact them.
15 Apr 2013
British Red Cross uses a new location-based text message system to save lives and prevent the spread of cholera in Sierra Leone.
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