Theme: Disaster management
Yoland Thomas welcomed Avion Baptiste and Gilliam Charles from the Grenada Red Cross Society with open arms when their team visited her new home, on a rainy Thursday afternoon in October 2016.
Red Crescent teams responded immediately to the 5.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Iran’s North Khorasan Province at 22:31 local time on 13 May 2017.
Tropical Cyclone Donna swept across the top of Vanuatu last week as a Category-4 storm, increasing to Category-5 as it tracked south between Vanuatu and New Caledonia.
Since 1923, Thai Red Cross Society has raised snakes to produce much-needed anti-venoms and conducted valuable vaccine research.
Iran’s Razavi Khorasan province was been struck by a 6.1 magnitude on the morning of 5 April 2017. At least two people have died due to the quake, with several others injured. Iranian Red Crescent teams have responded.
One of the key support services provided by the Red Crescent of Azerbaijan are language courses – vital pre-requisites for both adults and children to find jobs and enroll into schools.
Land Rover has debuted ‘Project Hero’, a new Discovery vehicle with a tailor-made communications drone and other specialist technology to enhance Red Cross and Red Crescent emergency response operations in the wake of disasters.
This guide is for people or organisations working and managing information in a post emergency/disaster environment.
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is advancing the development of policy research to support advocacy and action for enhanced response to and prevention of gender-based violence (GBV) in disasters.
Colombian Red Cross Society was admitted to the IFRC in 1922. In 2015, it counted 25,492 active volunteers (. 36,950 in 2009), of which 43% were male and 57% female. See more about Colombian Red Cross Society. Latest news from Global Disaster Preparedn …