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13 May 2013
The British Red Cross has now closed its appeal, but the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement continues to help people in the region recover.
After decades of conflict in Afghanistan, a Red Cross community health programme is making a real difference for thousands of people.
Our mass sanitation emergency response unit provides sanitation facilities and hygiene promotion after emergencies.
The Red Cross is improving access to water and tackling poor sanitation in Zimbabwe by uniting communities and promoting change.
After a 14-year civil war, our community-based health programme is bringing people back together and improving health and hygiene practices.
We're improving health and sanitation in Ethiopia, where 230,000 children die from diarrhoea or related illnesses each year.
At the Syrian Arab Red Crescent health centre in Mezzeh, Damascus, nine-year-old Raneem is receiving treatment for her growth hormone deficiency.
Now the war's over in Sierra Leone, disease is the biggest threat – we're helping communities prevent and treat illness and injury.
Following conflict in the Ivory Coast, we helped people recover.
20 Feb 2013
Burundian refugees are facing serious health risks as they return home, having had their refugee status revoked by the Tanzanian Government.
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