Red Cross launches ‘Volunteers On Wheels’ project in China
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Azerbaijan has in recent years welcomed many migrants. As the country’s largest humanitarian organization, the Red Crescent of Azerbaijan plays an important role in supporting their integration into society.
A recent conference in Geneva, Switzerland on fraud and corruption prevention within the humanitarian sector was intended to reflect on the problems and damage that can be caused when aid fails to reach its intended recipients.
In October 2016, volunteers from Federation of Deaf Women Empowerment Network in Kenya attended a sexual and gender-based violence regional conference held in Nairobi by the Norwegian Red Cross and IFRC.
This year thousands will attempt to cross the Mediterranean. Not every person who sets out will make it across safely. For every life lost, there is a story untold.
Millions of people in East and Central Africa are facing a severe food crisis. The Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement is responding to bring life-saving support to the most vulnerable communities.
Humanity | Neutrality | Impartiality | Independence | Voluntary Service | Unity | Universality
For over 50 years, the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement has been guided in all its work by seven Fundamental Principles. They affect every aspect of our work.
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Learning | Education | Training (LET) is a learning environment that provides lifelong learning for Red Cross Red Crescent staff and volunteers.
It offers academic online courses that are accredited with leading universities and a fast-growing number of self-directed online courses that are open to all.