IFRC


Colombia

10 May 2017

Partner Coordination and Community Engagement are Key in Addressing Zika in Colombia

The visit focused on project monitoring and follow-up, as well as an opportunity to ensure partner coordination on the ground.
My biggest achievement is building awareness about Zika
11 January 2017

“My biggest achievement is building awareness about Zika”

Adriana Herrera volunteers at the Meta province branch of the Colombia Red Cross and has been with the Movement for over 10 years.
Training of Trainers: Expanding National Societies' Capacity in Zika Response
18 November 2016

Training of Trainers: Expanding National Societies’ Capacity in Zika Response

Workshop to certify instructors on various health-related topics focused on controlling the Zika virus
The Commitment of Jennifer Diaz to her Community
9 October 2016

The Commitment of Jennifer Diaz to her Community

Jennifer Diaz Lopez spent most of her pregnancy working as a Colombian Red Cross (CRC) volunteer
Colombian Red Cross provides humanitarian aid on Venezuelan border
27 August 2015

Colombian Red Cross provides humanitarian aid on Venezuelan border

Colombian Red Cross has set up a “human corridor” to transport Colombian and Venezuelan nationals in need of medical attention
Victims of Weapons Contamination Still Standing
20 November 2014

Victims of Weapons Contamination Still Standing

Dignity, empowerment, resilience, victims’ rights, where some of the key words during the visit to the municipality of Palmira
A town of peace amid conflict
20 November 2014

A town of peace amid conflict

During the Global Community Resilience Forum, delegates from 40 countries visited two production projects sponsored by the Colombian Red Cross in Santander de Quilichao.
Corinto, a thriving land in search of peace
20 November 2014

Corinto, a thriving land in search of peace

The work being done by the Colombian Red Cross Branch in the Municipality of Corinto has focused on promoting institutional alliances
Death cannot be a daily occurrence
20 November 2014

Death cannot be a daily occurrence

Colombian Red Cross is partnering to increase community resilience in Potrero Grande
Driving the agenda for urban planning and development
15 April 2014

Driving the agenda for urban planning and development

Over the past several years, it has been recognized that urban areas are not just places where economic opportunity is growing and thriving, but vulnerability and risk as well.
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