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Darfur Crisis Appeal 2007

Millions of people have been forced to flee their homes because of conflict in Darfur. The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement is at the forefront of humanitarian action in the region, and the British Red Cross supported a nutritional programme there from 2004 to December 2010.

How we helped in Darfur

Girl in Red Cross camp

Find out about the life-saving nutritional programme the Red Cross supported in Darfur.

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The people we helped

When Red Cross nurse Penny first met Nazradeen, he couldn't walk. Now he's laughing and even dancing again.

Halima's youngest daughter Fatma has been treated at a therapeutic feeding centre run by the British Red Cross.

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.

Next month, what little food Nura Bashar Ali was able to save from last year’s pitiful harvest will be gone.

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