In the aftermath of the devastating Tropical Cyclone Mora, the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society and the IFRC wish to support 50,000 of the most vulnerable affected people with water, sanitation and hygiene promotion; shelter, food security; livelihoods, and disaster risk reduction including early warnings.
Sri Lanka Red Cross Society, supported by the IFRC, is responding to a major flooding disaster that has affected over 650,000 people in 15 districts across the country. Since the onset of the disaster, Red Cross volunteers have been providing assistance including first aid, safe drinking water, and emergency sanitation.
Developing and implementing a policy to protect against sexual exploitation and abuse.
This poster provides safety tips in the case of a flood.
Navigating the muddy paths and hills of the Kutupalong settlement is a daily activity for 25 year old Bangladesh Red Crescent volunteer, Tamjid Hossen Naim. He and a group of two dozen other youth volunteers provide psychosocial support to newly arriving People from Rakhine State in northern Myanmar.
The Epidemic Control for Volunteers (ECV) Pacific Toolkit is for Red Cross Societies in the Pacific to prepare volunteers for their roles in preparation and response to epidemics and disease outbreaks.
This flyer provides advice on what people can buy for winter preparation, such as winter clothes, blankets and insulating mattress, with the cash grants the Red Cross provides.
This flyer provides information on what support is provided for the Nepal earthquake, who is eligible, where the assistance will be provided and when, along with other important information.
This documents provides guidance and answers to FAQs during the Nepal Earthquake. It can be adapted to other emergency contexts.
This flyer provides people with information about what the relief package will include, who it is for, how to obtain it and where the distribution is at, along with other important information. The document comes with 4 flyers on the same page.