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07 Sep 2017
The British Red Cross has launched an appeal for those affected by Hurricane Irma, the most powerful hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic Ocean.
15 Sep 2017
The British Red Cross has launched an urgent appeal to help people affected by violence in Myanmar.
Severe monsoon rains and cyclones killed nearly 3,000 people and left millions homeless in Bangladesh, China, India, Nepal and Pakistan.
The British Red Cross has worked in partnership with the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society for over a decade. Projects reach around 250,000 people living across the country in coastal, rural and urban areas.
The British Red Cross is supporting the three-year programme, which is funded by a £4 million grant from the UK government’s Department for International Development(DFID).
A Red Cross project in the Jhapa region of the Terai now supports people in 54 communities to reduce their risk from floods and other disasters.
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.
British people make more than 66 million trips abroad each year. Make your trip or holiday a safe and healthy one.
The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement has been helping in Syria since before the unrest began. It has now scaled up its response and is providing support across the region.
Yemen is a country in crisis. Due to civil conflict that worsened in March 2015 and the world's biggest cholera outbreak, more than 70 per cent of the population need humanitarian aid. Providing food, safe clean water and medical help are priorities.
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