IFRC

Mexico

10 November 2016

The Red Cross Movement calls on States to address the growing indifference to the needs of migrants

Representatives of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement have adopted a declaration
Once more, walls and fences are dividing the world
17 December 2015

Once more, walls and fences are dividing the world

Once more, walls and fences are dividing the world; many countries are erecting them again.
Why the Strongest Hurricane on Record Was No Catastrophe
8 December 2015

Why the Strongest Hurricane on Record Was No ‘Catastrophe’

At its peak Hurricane Patricia was the strongest hurricane every recorded in the eastern Pacific.
IFRC Secretary General praises the work of the Mexican Red Cross in its 105th Anniversary
20 October 2015

IFRC Secretary General praises the work of the Mexican Red Cross in its 105th Anniversary

Mr. Elhadj As Sy attended commemorative activities for 105 years of humanitarian action by the Mexican Red Cross.
Mexican Red Cross ambulance service and volunteers bridging the healthcare gap
12 December 2014

Mexican Red Cross ambulance service and volunteers bridging the healthcare gap

Adriana Carmona, an advanced level paramedic, works with the Mexican Red Cross ambulance service.
Mexican Red Cross distributes aid following hurricane Odile
25 September 2014

Mexican Red Cross distributes aid following hurricane Odile

20 tons of humanitarian aid distributed in Southern Baja California
Nayarit and Jalisco to support people affected by Hurricane Odile
18 September 2014

Mexican Red Cross to support people affected by Hurricane Odile

Nayarit and Jalisco to support people affected in southern Baja California, following the path of Hurricane Odile
Spontaneous volunteers inspire the Red Cross action in Mexico
27 September 2013

Spontaneous volunteers inspire Red Cross action in Mexico

Since the onset of the tropical storms, the Mexican Red Cross has sent over 7,000 volunteers and technicians to respond to the immediate needs of affected people in the states of Guerrero, Veracruz and Tamaulipas.
12 May 2011

Mobilizing the National Societies in the name of road safety

With the advent of the Decade of Action for Road Safety, the Red Cross Red Crescent movement has a vital role to play in helping to reduce the estimated 142,000 deaths recorded each year in the Americas.
Red Cross action on the road to saving lives in Latin America and the Caribbean
11 May 2011

Red Cross action on the road to saving lives in Latin America and the Caribbean

The Mexican Red Cross commits to the national goal of saving more than 60,000 lives, preventing 110,000 disabilities and three million hospitalizations caused by road accidents.
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