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Great strides have been made towards the eradication of polio in recent years, which is why an outbreak of the highly infectious viral disease in the Horn of Africa last year was met with such dismay. More
It is every mother’s worst nightmare: being told you must leave your children behind to save your own life. Zuzan had to do just that.
Having fled the bitter fighting in Syria, the 45-year-old is perched on a sofa in her tiny room in Bristol. She gazes wistfully out of the window towards the horizon. Hers is a story that shatters the suburban tranquillity.
Five years after an earthquake struck Haiti – a country that was already struggling with a weak infrastructure and widespread poverty – we take a look at some of the recovery work undertaken by the British Red Cross in the capital Port-au-Prince.
Click on the map to read, see and listen to some of the stories from the suburb of Delmas 19.
From reuniting families to handing out clean water, the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement has supported people affected by Typhoon Haiyan in a huge variety of ways since the disaster hit the Philippines.
The Movement has already given food to more than 950,000 people in the country’s worst-affected areas.
And in the months ahead Red Cross staff and volunteers will help some people with cash transfers – money they can use to survive and recover from the disaster. More
Millions of Syrians face a long winter with little protection against the freezing cold.
As the British Red Cross readies a winter shipment of aid to Syria, including thermal blankets, other member societies of the International Red Cross Red Crescent Movement are on the ground distributing aid to Syrian Refugees in border countries. More