Part 2: Join our colleague Rama in Gaza as she talks with people in the streets about how they manage with only a few of hours of electricity a day.
International Committee of the Red Cross
International Committee of the Red Cross
Daniela Schellino
This is what life in Gaza - where electricity is limited to 4 hours a day - looks like right now
International Committee of the Red Cross
Rohan Talbot
Jennifer Hauseman
“I want to be a doctor, so I can help other kids like me.”

Today, over half of the world's refugees are children. This is 8-year-old Mohammad's story:
Aprl Churchill
Shennae Marie
Fransje Elzakkers
Anna Wyess
Arlette Taverner
Robin Yan
Once you've seen this footage, you won't be able to forget it.

This could be your city:
Ibrahim Bala
Kristyn Hicks
Muhammed Hallak
There's nothing like a hug from dad ❤

After being separated for 3 years, we helped reunite Layla with her father in Paris.
Neil Barber
Karl Cm
Pelle Privatus
This is a story of ordinary people living through extraordinary hardships. Their voices must be heard.
This is a story of ordinary people living through extraordinary hardships Their

'I saw my city die'

cityatwar.icrc.org
Marion Bergevin
Kathy Voyles
Shamim Islam
Over 65 million people have been displaced by conflict.

See how cities have become war's new front lines: bit.ly/2rWm1VD
Over 65 million people have been displaced by conflict
Marina Motta
Laurelle Atkinson
Cities are today's front lines. Our new report explores the impact: bit.ly/2rWm1VD
Cities are today's front lines Our new report explores the impact: bitly2rWm1VD
هیوا چاوشین عبدلکریم
Neusa Tobias
"I saw my city die."

War is back in cities. These are the stories of those living through it: bit.ly/2rWm1VD
Chuck Shackelford
Amrie Shafeek
Harmain Rukh
Yesterday, 1 in every 250 people in Yemen were sick with cholera. Today, it’s 1 in every 200.

As the spread of the disease accelerates, we’re providing essential medical supplies to help hospitals treat thousands of people.
Yesterday 1 in every 250 people in Yemen were sick with cholera
Getahun Teklu
Ofelia Nicholson
Naresh Joshi
How cute are these handmade baby shoes?

Hiyam, a mother of two, knits them to support her family in Lebanon.
Roslin Daniel
Sandeep Rai
Vicki Sherry
“Ibrahim has been here for 7 days and he’s already in a much better state.”

Around 360,000 children are suffering from malnutrition in Somalia. At hospitals we support, kids like Ibrahim are getting the nutrition they need to be well and healthy again.
Robyn Grant
Lorraine Brown
Nader Al-Sharif
From handwritten letters to texts, 150 years on, we're still delivering messages with the power to change lives.
Brenda Virdee
Susan Lewis-Ruddy
Rose Jordan
Fighting in Marawi has left many civilians trapped in the city. Our team is on the ground, helping transport people to safety, and providing much-needed food and water.
Fighting in Marawi has left many civilians trapped in the city Our
Charles Jones
Ubiraci Cavalcanti
Eladio Perfecto
2-year-old Ragdad is one of 52,000 battling cholera in Yemen.

Here’s how you can help:
2yearold Ragdad is one of 52000 battling cholera in Yemen

Yemen: War in the time of cholera

hubs.ly
Giovanna Rhodes
Andy Sinclair
Sara Azad
"I was watching football with friends when we heard the explosion.”
International Committee of the Red Cross
Mary Hofstetter
Arturo Batta
One of our medical team at Maiwut Hospital in South Sudan. Despite difficult conditions, like daily power cuts and limited supplies, the team works around the clock to provide life-saving care.
One of our medical team at Maiwut Hospital in South Sudan Despite
David Victor Smith
Tolulope Adejonwo Adesanya
Flavio De Mattos Franco
Water is precious everywhere. But there are few places in the world where it's as precious as in drought-ravaged Somalia.

Since the start of the year, we helped over 480,000 people to access clean water.
Water is precious everywhere But there are few places in the world
Eng Yusuf Ayanleh
Asabe Dutse Dachor
Luchito Abarca
After losing his leg in an explosion in Yemen, we’re helping 11-year-old Ibrahim learn to walk again.
Mary Hofstetter
Carol Jachim
Naresh Joshi