When, in late 2013, the IFRC published Think Differently, a report about the humanitarian consequences of the economic crisis, we pointed out that even if the economy would begin to grow, the consequences of the economic crisis would be felt for decades to come.
This is the first in a series of three newsletters highlighting the main topics of the Florence Call for Action: Migration, Social Assistance and Volunteering.
This case study seeks to document and examine a good practice example of how accountability to beneficiaries (AtB) is being achieved as part of the disaster risk reduction (DRR) element of the Red Cross Consortium.
The 2014 outbreak of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) in West Africa is the first time that the region has been affected by the disease, the largest in documented history.
According to the World Health Organisation, malaria affects an estimated 219 million people worldwide and kills up to 655,000 each year.