The Red Cross Society of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and IFRC are racing to stop the spread of an Ebola outbreak in Equateur Province. We urgently need your support to provide emergency health interventions for the next six months.
As an organization, accountability to our communities means transparent communication, meaningful participation of the communities and ploughing back learnings deduced from the community voices. The Kenya Red Cross Society commissioned CDA Collaborative Learning Projects (CDA) to develop a detailed operational case study that documents their experience in mainstreaming the Accountability to Communities (AtC) framework across the organization over a two year period.
The Kenya Red Cross Society and IFRC are responding to disastrous flooding across Kenya and need your help to support 150,000 of the most vulnerable people who have been displaced from their homes. We plan to provide assistance in shelter, health and nutrition, water and sanitation, livelihoods, food security, and gender, protection and inclusion for six months. 4.7 million Swiss francs needed for urgent humanitarian relief 150,000 people to be supported
The purpose of the Road Map is to demonstrate the commitment of IFRC in Africa to realizing its ambitious plans to accompany National Societies in their development and delivery of services.
Mozambique lies along the eastern side of southern Africa. Like its neighbours, the country experiences a complex mix of social trends and natural disasters that contribute to high levels of vulnerability that negatively impact its development.
This report outlines the results of a country case study undertaken during December 2016 in Zimbabwe. It is part of a global IFRC initiative on ‘Effective law and policy for addressing gender in disaster risk management and sexual and gender-based viol …
An outbreak of bubonic and pneumonic plague has killed 57 people and infected nearly 700 others in Madagascar. The Malagasy Red Cross and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) are responding.
The 2016 mid-year operational report for the Cluster Office states that the geographic coverage of the Cluster Office includes Cameroon, DRC, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Republic of Congo and Sao Tome/Principe.