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29 May 2015

Cash transfers are helping to rebuild resilient communities in post-Haiyan Philippines

In the space of a year and a half, nearly 150,000 households across the area devastated by Typhoon Haiyan have received relief in the form of cash relief and conditional livelihood support.
The challenges of a first ERU mission – “I would do it all over again,” says Sarah Mutch
29 May 2015

The challenges of a first ERU mission – “I would do it all over again,” says Sarah Mutch

Every disaster has its own unique challenges, and the way in which the humanitarian system responds must be specifically tailored to the context.
Helping Ebola responders in Sierra Leone cope with the emotional impact of their jobs
29 May 2015

Helping Ebola responders in Sierra Leone cope with the emotional impact of their jobs

A Q&A on the importance of psychological first aid
Red Cross medical team provides life-saving help in Nepal
29 May 2015

Red Cross medical team provides life-saving help in Nepal

Communities in remote areas of Kathmandu receive treatment in mobile medical clinic
Food shortages in the Sahel: millions of people at risk of extended hunger
29 May 2015

Food shortages in the Sahel: millions of people at risk of extended hunger

Red Cross responds with special emphasis on vulnerable women and children
Red Cross ambulance driver and Ebola survivor vows to continue the fight in Guinea
29 May 2015

Red Cross ambulance driver and Ebola survivor vows to continue the fight in Guinea

“I fought against Ebola so I could prove wrong my family members who were opposed to this work."
“Suddenly, the wall where my wife was taking shelter caved in.”
28 May 2015

“Suddenly, the wall where my wife was taking shelter caved in.”

Recent heavy rains and storms changed the life of Etienne forever.
 Evacuated from Sierra Leone and the boy I can’t forget
28 May 2015

Evacuated from Sierra Leone and the boy I can’t forget

"I can't stop thinking about Musa."
Red Cross helps Liberian children return to school following Ebola outbreak
28 May 2015

Red Cross helps Liberian children return to school following Ebola outbreak

Ensuring Ebola preventative measures continue inside the classroom
Saadi Juma - Volunteer, Tanzania Red Cross Society
28 May 2015

Saadi Juma - Volunteer, Tanzania Red Cross Society

"When I saw that people were suffering, I knew that I needed to help."

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