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After losing all her children, Florence, 75, now cares for all six grandchildren and the Red Cross provides them with vital support.
Londaka is one of 1.4 million children orphaned by HIV-related illness in South Africa. Pink is her favourite colour, like it was her mother’s.
Mertie, 44, is a volunteer in South Africa, supporting people with HIV – she knows what they’re going through, as she’s HIV positive herself.
Nancy is a hugely compassionate Red Cross volunteer who has made a massive difference to people living with HIV in her community.
When South African Skhumbozo was diagnosed HIV positive, people didn’t want to know him. But we helped him start living his life again.
29 Nov 2010
Annie Lennox has joined forces with the British Red Cross for World AIDS Day to highlight the lives of people affected by HIV in South Africa.
Our chief executive explains why this project is so unique, the impact it's having and how one donor has pledged to match our members' donations.
We are improving the lives of over half a million people living with HIV or AIDS. Find out how and what are plans are for the future.
On 11 October 1899, the bloody second Boer war began. Find out how the Red Cross helped the wounded by providing hospital trains, ships and relief supplies.
During a South African holiday, Chris – who had just completed a first aid course –ended up saving her tour guide’s life.
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