Cambodian Red Cross Society was admitted to the IFRC in 1961. In 2015, it counted 50,525 active volunteers (up from 23,989 in 2009).

Latest news from Cameroon Red Cross Society

By Mirabelle Kima, IFRC It is in the neighbourhood of Sararé Lougueo—in the Far North capital city of Maroua in Cameroon—that Hadja Bintou, together with her husband and their seven children found refuge. For the 35-year-old woman, what she thought wou …

12 April 2019

By Mirabelle Enaka Kima, IFRC Guided by his passion for football, Martin Domwa joined Cameroon Red Cross in 2004 to serve as a first aid volunteer, during football tournaments in his hometown Garoua, in the northern region of Cameroon. Within a short p …

20 March 2019

In Cameroon’s far north, Bintou Abba Ali, a mother of thirteen, was forced to flee her village after a suicide attack devastated her family. “My husband and three of my sons were killed during a suicide attack. I left my home and fled with seven of my children in the hope of finding a safer place for them,” recalls Bintou.

25 September 2017

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