World disasters and emergencies
A month on from the devastating 6.8 magnitude earthquake, which struck the High Atlas Mountains and Marrakesh, and communities are starting the long road to recovery.
Two large-scale disaster have recently devastated parts of Morocco and Libya. If you're from the affected regions in either country and living in the UK, we have compiled some helpful resources for you.
Disaster can strike anytime, anywhere. With millions of volunteers across 192 countries, the Red Cross can reach people with the help they need in a crisis.
Floods in Libya have left thousands of people dead and more missing. Find out more about the devastating flooding and how the Red Cross is helping.
Urgent search and rescue operations are underway in Morocco, after a powerful earthquake struck the Al Haouz province. More than two thousand people were killed and many more are missing.
You’ve probably heard about the Palestine Red Crescent and Magen David Adom in the news lately. If you’ve wondered how they relate to the Red Cross, here’s an explainer.
The effects of climate change are happening now, and we have to adapt. But Red Cross projects helping people adjust to the effects of climate change are reason for hope.
As a neutral intermediary, the International Committee of the Red Cross plays an important practical role once the release of hostages has been agreed.
Civilians are facing a desperate situation in Gaza as fighting continues and clean water, food, medical supplies and fuel are running out. There is immense heartbreak on all sides.
Towards the end of 2021, chief executive Mike Adamson visited Niger. He found the work of our Niger Red Cross colleagues truly inspirational
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