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The Red Cross was on the ground in Zimbabwe from the beginning of the cholera epidemic, delivering water and focusing largely on public education.
In Myanmar, one of the poorest countries in the world, the Red Cross is improving poor health care conditions for mothers and children.
When Mar gave birth to twins, complications with her pregnancy meant she had to travel by boat to her nearest midwife, 30 minutes away.
04 Feb 2013
A new Red Cross programme in Myanmar is improving health services for mothers and children in remote communities.
Having worked as a midwife for 18 months, Dau Kin has first-hand experience of the health challenges that face pregnant women and children.
07 Jan 2013
An emergency programme to improve living conditions at a refugee camp in South Sudan has increased residents’ access to safe drinking water.
In the immediate aftermath of the Haiti earthquake, the Red Cross helped provide relief to people who had been affected.
Sebastian is only five months old and too young to understand he doesn't have a mother since the earthquake struck Haiti two weeks ago.
Imagine rebuilding London. That's the scale of the building effort after the China quake. Find out how the Red Cross is helping people recover.
South Africa has more than five million people living with HIV. We’ve worked there since 1999 on prevention and treatment.
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