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Severe monsoon rains and cyclones killed nearly 3,000 people and left millions homeless in Bangladesh, China, India, Nepal and Pakistan.
After decades of conflict in Afghanistan, a Red Cross community health programme is making a real difference for thousands of people.
31 Mar 2016
The Red Cross is helping people to recover from the largest cyclone ever recorded in Fiji, which left 44 people dead and thousands homeless.
The Red Cross is improving access to water and tackling poor sanitation in Zimbabwe by uniting communities and promoting change.
Women in Afghanistan are the among most likely in the world to die in childbirth and their babies are the most likely to die in their first year. Red Cross programmes work with grandmothers, communities and volunteers to change attitudes that can lead to safer childbirth.
Families in rural Kenya tell us what life is like without clean water.
17 Dec 2015
A one-of-a-kind Land Rover Defender sold for £400,000 at a charity auction at Bonhams last night. Half the funds raised will go towards a Red Cross community project in Nepal.
12 Aug 2015
Millions of pounds raised by the public will bring safe water and better sanitation to 380,000 people in Kenya and Bangladesh.
The British Red Cross has completed its work in Haiti, where we helped thousands of people recover from the devastating earthquake which struck on 12 January 2010.
The British Red Cross worked to promote hygiene and improve sanitation in several areas of Haiti.
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