This framework illustrates an inclusive approach to the Federation-wide humanitarian response to the population movement from Rakhine state, in Myanmar, to Bangladesh, as well as the role of the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society and Movement-wide coordination.
The BDRCS National Youth Commission is the body that is responsible to support and advise on matters which are related to young volunteers and youth development and work closely with BDRCS Youth and Volunteers Department to promote the implementation of the policies and strategies related to Red Crescent Youth.
This document has been prepared to assist Red Cross Red Crescent Movement partners to better understand Bangladesh’s legal preparedness for international assistance, identifying and explaining relevant legal provisions for international assistance prov …
Nepal witnessed a devastating earthquake on 25th April 2015 that claimed the lives of more than 8,000 people. Hundreds of thousands of people were left homeless and amongst them were high numbers of women, children and older persons, people with disabi …
This statement lists the commitments of the members of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, following a gathering in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh to advance its common efforts to address the population influx crisis in Cox’s Bazar.
This independent evaluation completed for New Zealand Red Cross by Research First highlights the impact of this programme of work and the lessons learned to inform future practice.
This ‘Hidden Aftershocks’ report is based on findings of an assessment of mental health and psychosocial issues conducted 18-24 months after the 2015 Nepal earthquake.
The Philippine Red Cross and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) urgently need your help to support thousands of people affected by Tropical Storm Tembin.
Myanmar Red Cross Society (MRCS) embarked on a nance development journey in 2004, using a set of baselines focused on “measuring the impact of organizational development and change processes on the lives of vulnerable people”.
One of the key humanitarian concerns for many migrants in the Asia Pacific region is the ability to live and work in safe and healthy conditions and to enjoy access to health services and expect health outcomes similar to those of the rest of the population.