IFRC

Gabon

27 September 2016

Gabon: Red Cross volunteers maintain vigilance as country remain divided ahead of president’s inauguration

As Gabon swears in its incumbent president for a second term, staff and volunteers of Gabonese Red Cross Society are on high-alert, ready to provide emergency first-aid and relief should tensions break out into violence.
Preparedness training helps Red Cross provide life-saving assistance following Gabon elections
5 September 2016

Preparedness training helps Red Cross provide life-saving assistance following Gabon elections

Gabon: Contingency planning aids Red Cross response to election violence
Gabon: On the front lines of the Red Cross response to post-election violence
4 September 2016

Gabon: On the front lines of the Red Cross response to post-election violence

Gabon: Preparedness training helps Red Cross respond in post-election violence
Red Cross volunteers in action following election violence
1 September 2016

Red Cross volunteers in action following election violence

Advance training prepares Red Cross teams for response to election violence
Meet the ‘Franz Family’ of volunteers at the Gabonese Red Cross
28 January 2014

Meet the ‘Franz Family’ of volunteers at the Gabonese Red Cross

"Field realities are different from what we are taught during training sessions," says Franz Reverdy, a volunteer at the Gabonese Red Cross. One of many lessons learned for the young volunteer.
10 December 2007

Gabon: clinics to help people live better with HIV

Wandrille is a pretty Gabonese woman of 30.
Gabon Red Cross battles to hold the line against Ebola
20 March 2002

Gabon Red Cross battles to hold the line against Ebola

The Ebola virus may have claimed far fewer lives than AIDS, but the speed and ease with which it spreads among people make the epidemic a terrifying prospect.
Volunteers mobilized against Ebola in Gabon
14 December 2001

Volunteers mobilized against Ebola in Gabon

Fifty specialised volunteers of the Red Cross of Gabon are working together with other national health personnel to contain an outbreak of Ebola.

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is the world's largest humanitarian organization, with 190 member National Societies. As part of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, our work is guided by seven fundamental principles; humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality. About this site & copyright