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23 Dec 2016
The Red Cross and Red Crescent have completed the evacuation of some 35,000 people from eastern Aleppo.
Yemen is a country in crisis. Due to civil conflict that worsened in March 2015, nearly 70 per cent of the population need humanitarian aid. Providing food, safe clean water and medical help are priorities.
29 Nov 2016
As fierce fighting continues in Aleppo, the British Red Cross and our partners are supporting 1,000 families forced to flee their homes with essential food, shelter, water and medical care.
31 Oct 2016
The British Red Cross has launched an emergency appeal to help people affected by a dire humanitarian crisis in Africa's Lake Chad region.
Arriving in Haiti two months after the earthquake, Mark South was prepared for the worst. But amid the devastation, he found Haitians trying to rebuild their lives.
There are few humanitarian organisations that respond as quickly to disasters as the Red Cross. We are usually the first organisation at the scene.
19 Oct 2016
The British Red Cross has today asked the public to help save thousands of lives by donating to their search and rescue operations
07 Oct 2016
The British Red Cross has launched an emergency appeal to help people affected by Hurricane Matthew.
05 Oct 2016
Hurricane Matthew slammed into Haiti causing widespread flooding and damage to housing.
13 Oct 2016
Investing in risk reduction saves both lives and money. This is the important message of a Red Cross report set to launch on 14 October.
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