There was a unique category this year as the Trinidad and Tobago Red Cross Society sought to use culture to disseminate information.
It’s a saying in in the Kweyol language that is spoken in St. Lucia that literally means take in front before in front takes you. In other words, get prepared to face a situation before you are forced to face the consequences.
Since she wakes up until she goes to bed, Jane Pacheco focuses all her energy and resources on stimulating and taking care of little Milagros, her two-year old daughter.
Shawn is one of a number of young men from Allman Town in Kingston, Jamaica, who came out to clean up an abandoned house lot in the neighbourhood that had become a dumping ground.
Jamaica Red Cross hosted the prize giving ceremony for the Schools Zika Poster Competition.
In Valledupar’s suburbs, Colombia, a group of people gets together every week sitting at the front of one of the houses in Bello Horizonte’s neighbourhood.
Andreina is one of the thirty women that take part in the psychosocial support activities for Zika organized by the Colombian Red Cross in the Bello Horizonte Community.
New tool for technicians, coordinators and volunteers that implement health projects within communities.
Every two weeks, Yamileth Hurtado, Josué Cordón and ten other volunteers from the Salvadorian Red Cross wait for a minibus that takes them to Río Frío, a community of over 200 families…
Drawing on the knowledge and experience of communities, particularly community leaders, is critical in ensuring that the actions we take have an effective and lasting impact.