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19 Jan 2016
The Red Cross and the Yemeni Red Crescent are providing two million people in Yemen with humanitarian aid through a co-ordinated programme.
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16 Feb 2016
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has delivered three tonnes of life-saving medical supplies into Taiz in Yemen - the first delivery in the badly damaged city since August.
Watch our series of first aid videos for deaf people explaining how to deal with a variety of emergency situations and first aid incidents.
Young refugees, many of whom now volunteer for us, tell their stories in a series of video diaries we produced for Refugee Week.
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.
Red Cross teams helped build shelters, construct water and sanitation facilities and provide healthcare. Find out more about how we helped people in Myanmar (Burma) recover.
Hadi Marhento used a British Red Cross cash grant to buy chicks, his business has developed and he now offers a butchery service.
A severe cyclone in Bangladesh claimed almost three thousand lives. Find out how we've helped the survivors try to recover.
Mawardi and Jaflinar have slowly rebuilt their lives after the tsunami, moving into a house built by the British Red Cross and starting a petrol business.
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