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When Halima first carried her little sister, Hallum, in to the Red Cross clinic, nurse Maree Dunn didn’t think the tiny girl would survive the night.
06 Dec 2010
As cholera continues to spread across Haiti, a community canal-clearing project is improving the lives of residents in the capital.
Liberian Beatrice looks after her seven children, provides for them by vegetable gardening, and is also an enthusiastic first aid volunteer.
Cholera, diarrhoea and malaria were common in Daniel's community but, with our support, they're addressing these health issues themselves.
Red Cross volunteer Kadie helps her community in Sierra Leone heal the wounds of civil war by helping negotiate and resolve conflict.
We've taught first aid to Sarah and others in her community and they're already seeing the difference it makes to people's injuries.
Since the civil war, we've helped Sebastian's community care for one another again, working together on health and sanitation projects.
We helped Sumo's community in Liberia build wells and latrines, as well as learn good hygiene practices to prevent disease.
The British Red Cross has completed two community rainwater projects on the islands of Madifushi and Isdhoo.
21 Jan 2010
The British Red Cross is sending an emergency hygiene team to Haiti, with urgently needed sanitation equipment for the hundreds of thousands of people.
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