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From teaching first aid to boosting maternal health, our programmes are making a big difference in rural Turkmenistan.
Tuberculosis (TB) threatens the lives of thousands of people, many of them already vulnerable, in the central Asian country of Turkmenistan.
A volunteer with an ear for a tune is using her musical talents to make sure important messages reach their audience.
Nabat Cholphove had reason to be proud when the life-saving skills she had taught as a volunteer with the Turkmenistan Red Crescent were put to good use.
First-time mothers aren’t the only ones who can benefit from advice, support and reassurance about their pregnancy – as Zeinab Garakulova found out.
We're helping educate students, the military, and other high-risk groups about HIV.
Ogulgerek is a Turkmenistan Red Crescent nurse who provides support and medical assistance for patients with tuberculosis.
Umida, 28, from Turkmenistan was devasted when she was diagnosed with tuberculosis, and received vital support from the Red Crescent.
After overcoming tuberculosis, 63-year-old Yasova is now a Red Crescent volunteer in Turkmenistan helping other sufferers.
Constantine works in his free time as a volunteer for the Turkmenistan Red Crescent, talking to teenagers about HIV and drug safety issues.
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