IFRC


2006

14 December 2006

Global generosity after crises must reach people in need

In 2005, as never before, individuals and governments reached out to people in need around the globe.
27 November 2006

The AIDS epidemic: walking the last mile to make the difference

Year after year, AIDS statistics hit us like a sledgehammer, a forceful reminder of the uphill struggle against one of the worst afflictions of humanity.
27 November 2006

Honouring the memory of those lost

A crisis always provides opportunity for change.
3 October 2006

Seizing the opportunity to reach out to Pakistan’s rural communities

Azmat Ulla, Head of the Pakistan Delegation for the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societi...
28 June 2006

Eighteen months after the tsunami, recovery and reconstruction are the priorities

It is now 18 months since the tsunami crashed onto shores around the Indian Ocean, the most dramatic natural disaster in modern times.
4 May 2006

Living and dying in northern Kenya

FINDING new ways to convey the horror of hunger in Africa powerfully enough to get people galvanised in support of our East Africa Appeal is a daunting challenge.
30 March 2006

Focus on Africa

A large number of the world’s most vulnerable people live in sub-Saharan Africa.
29 March 2006

Pakistan earthquake: six months on and many challenges still lie ahead

Six months have gone by since a deadly earthquake, measuring 7.

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