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As part of an international network, we can save time and money by working through local volunteers.
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.
For over a century, the British Red Cross has been helping protect and support people who have been forced to leave their country fearing persecution.
26 Aug 2010
A team of British Red Cross logistics specialists has arrived in Pakistan to help co-ordinate the arrival of aid so it can be delivered to those most in need.
How much of my donation will be used for an appeal? Answers to common questions about donating to emergency appeals.
Terry Timms grew up believing his birth father was his mother’s husband, Ronald, but as an adult he discovered the truth.
04 Mar 2011
Ten days after the Christchurch earthquake, New Zealand Red Cross volunteers are helping their community cope with the devastation.
We're helping educate students, the military, and other high-risk groups about HIV.
Tuberculosis (TB) threatens the lives of thousands of people, many of them already vulnerable, in the central Asian country of Turkmenistan.
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