Theme: Fundamental Principles
The National Societies and their International Federation are accountable to their stakeholders and each other for maintaining the standards and quality of their services as well as the effective and efficient use of resources and for taking action to address any shortcomings.
An aviator nurse from the Second World War, a rescue team looking for earthquake survivors and cancer screening in Chernobyl are just some examples of rare photos on show in Moscow this month.
After a journey of almost ten years, a major milestone was reached on May 8th, World Red Cross Day, as the Bhutan Red Cross Society was formally inaugurated by Queen Jetsun Pema of Bhutan.
Millions of Red Cross and Red Crescent staff around the world reach more than 160 million people every year providing a diverse and innovative range of services.
Leaflet about the seven Fundamental Principles of the Red Cross and Red Crescent and their impact on humanitarian work.