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After watching two shocking bomb attacks in Damascus on television, Syrian student Batoul wanted to help people affected by the ongoing violence in Syria.
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08 Feb 2013
In Myanmar, Red Cross volunteers are helping thousands of people who’ve fled fighting and are living in temporary camps.
Moe had no medical support when she had her baby, Nay, in the forests of Sagaing.
As Wai recalls several difficult years of flooding in her village, she welcomes the work the Red Cross is carrying out in her area.
More than one million people were affected by flooding in 17 countries - but in particular Sudan, Uganda, Ethiopia, Ghana, Togo and Burkina Faso.
We launched an appeal in 2006 to help people across Africa survive when drought and inflated prices left them without enough food.
Alwilayat has already lost two daughters under the age of five and is facing a daunting struggle to feed her two sons.
Severe monsoon rains and cyclones killed nearly 3,000 people and left millions homeless in Bangladesh, China, India, Nepal and Pakistan.
In February 2009, Australia endured the worst bushfire in recorded history, as fires swept across Victoria. The Red Cross worked day and night to help survivors.
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