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When Batyrkhan found out he was living with HIV, his family stood by him. But his employer and even hospital doctors reacted very differently.
Julie-Ann Benedict, Julius Steven and Valerie Jean have grown up together. They braved Typhoon Haiyan together, now they’re learning to survive together.
Therese's home was destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan. But the Red Cross has helped her family find safety again.
If families get separated after conflict, disaster or migration, we trace missing relatives and put them back in touch – wherever they are.
Get the truth about refugees and asylum seekers - an issue that is often misreported - with our asylum facts and figures.
Constantin Dukhanin faced fear and discrimination to turn his life around. Now he hopes to have a family and enjoy a brighter future.
Alexandra Li was 18 when she found out she was living with HIV.
As Haiti’s cholera crisis continues, the Red Cross is treating thousands of people and carrying out hygiene promotion.
22 Dec 2014
Millions of Syrians face an uncertain winter as vital aid funding begins to dry up.
Discrimination against people living with HIV left Angela unemployed. But she has found help, warmth and advice thanks to the Red Crescent.
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