IFRC

Botswana

28 January 2016

Building a network of African humanitarians

African National Societies come to the aid of eachother in times of crisis.
Botswana: Standing in solidarity with West Africa in the fight against Ebola
10 December 2014

Botswana: Standing in solidarity with West Africa in the fight against Ebola

The Government of Botswana has donated 15 vehicles to support the Red Cross fight against Ebola
Botswana prepares for the worst
3 March 2014

Botswana prepares for the worst

Working with African countries to ensure timely access to relief items and rescue teams when time counts.
Immediate relief and long-term preparedness are the key to rebuilding after storms
6 November 2012

Immediate relief and long-term preparedness are the key to rebuilding after storms

It was the first time the rains had come so early, and they came hard in western Botswana, catching many people unaware.
2 April 2003

In Caprivi, Red Cross care extends across the borders

It was an historic day for the Botswana, Namibia and Zambia Red Cross Societies when 43 new home-based care facilitators graduated after a two-week training course, ready to take on their new duties in providing care in their communities across the border

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