Typhoon Haiyan

Discover more on the Red Cross Red Crescent response to the most powerful storm to ever make landfall.

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World Disasters Report – Focus on local actors, the key to humanitarian effectiveness

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See 42 inspirational stories of resilience from around the world.

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IFRC Secretary General: Deaths at sea are an “unacceptable tragedy”

Geneva, 30 May 2016: With the number of people migrating and making the dangerous journey to Euro...

Libya: Scores dead at sea, Red Cross and Red Crescent assists survivors

Red Cross and Red Crescent volunteers are helping survivors on both sides of the Mediterranean

IFRC launches emergency appeal following devastating floods and landslides in Sri Lanka

IFRC appeal will enable the Sri Lanka Red Cross to reach 40,000 people with aid over the next ...

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