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When Mar gave birth to twins, complications with her pregnancy meant she had to travel by boat to her nearest midwife, 30 minutes away.
South Africa has more than five million people living with HIV. We’ve worked there since 1999 on prevention and treatment.
Earthquakes, floods and refugee crises – we’re helping the Syria Arab Red Crescent be prepared for all kinds of disasters.
15 Oct 2013
One of the most severe cyclones in recent years, Cyclone Phailin, has affected up to ten million people. Heavy downpours and blasting winds damaged or destroyed around 200,000 rural houses, leaving 600,000 people homeless.
This quick school assembly, ideal for World Water Day and during flu pandemics, is designed to help raise basic hygiene awareness.
In 2011, the Kenya Red Cross began providing services at the Ifo II camp in Dadaab. Take a look at the camp, and read how we're helping.
The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement supported people in Somalia, Kenya and Ethiopia.
In the immediate aftermath of the Haiti earthquake, the Red Cross helped provide relief to people who had been affected.
The 2010 Pakistan floods were the worst to hit the country in 80 years. The Red Cross helped people recover.
Imagine rebuilding London. That's the scale of the building effort after the China quake. Find out how the Red Cross helped people recover.
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