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A man and woman stand surrounded by rubble

Sherpas take on new challenge – getting aid to earthquake survivors

22 May 2015

Nepal’s famous mountain guides will trek to reach earthquake hit areas.

A woman in a red suit and face mask talks to a man

Food and water for migrant boat survivors

20 May 2015

We have pledged £94,000 to help survivors of the dangerous crossing to Italy.

Therese is reunited with her family in London

Refugee facts and figures

Get the truth about refugees and asylum seekers - an issue that is often misreported - with our asylum facts and figures.

Catania, Sicily, April 23 2015. The Red Cross set up a clinic to offer medical treatment, emotional support and counselling along with fresh water and shoes for migrants.

International community must work together to tackle migration crisis

13 May 2015

The head of the British Red Cross has called for a collective response to the Mediterranean migration crisis.

Catania, Sicily, April 23 2015. The Red Cross set up a clinic to offer medical treatment, emotional support and counselling along with fresh water and shoes for migrants.

Joint statement: Red Cross calls for action on migration crisis

13 May 2015

Twenty European Red Cross Societies and the IFRC have signed a statement calling for the international community to address the migration crisis in the Mediterranean.

Red Cross workers climb through the rubble in the village of Sathighar, four hours north of Kathmandu

Nepal earthquake updates

12 May 2015

A second major earthquake has struck Nepal, weeks after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit the country. Here are the latest updates.

Women collect sorghum, a type of cereal, and oil a few hours after the bags hit the ground in Leer

South Sudan: Tens of thousands flee fighting and face critical food shortages

11 May 2015

The Red Cross has expressed concern at thousands of people being forced from their homes in recent days following fierce clashes in South Sudan.

Henry Dunant, the Swiss businessman who inspired the beginning of the Red Cross Movement

Why the principles matter to millions

To mark the 50th anniversary of the fundamental principles, chief executive Mike Adamson shows why they are so important in saving lives today.

Red Cross workers help in rescue efforts

Become an Emergency Partner

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Elastoplast and British Red Cross partnership

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