#Libya: Reminder of continued vulnerability of #migrants. Each death is tragic, all of them preventable #StopIndifference #ProtectHumanity
A year ago today, #CycloneWinston devastated large parts of #Fiji, affecting 350,000 people. In the last year Fiji Red Cross Society has supported 77,000 people. Learn how we've helped devastated communities to rebuild and recover:
Heavy snowfalls and snowstorms are set to continue in Mongolia, and temperatures are likely to dip below -35 degrees during the night.

The Red Cross is helping herder families to survive over the coming months. Please support our work by donating here: [ Bit.ly Link ]

In pictures: Mongolia dzud response

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Floods, displacement, disruption of health services “come with major public health concerns” after #cyclone in #Mozambique
Severe winter conditions, known as Dzud, are threatening the livelihoods of thousands of herder families in Mongolia. Heavy snowfalls and snowstorms are set to continue and temperatures are likely to dip below -35 degrees during the night.

The Red Cross is helping herder families to survive over the coming months. Please support our work by donating here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
We are one, united in showing solidarity to our fallen colleagues and friends. Keep on spreading the message: We are #NotATarget
Happy #WorldRadioDay! Radio can bring people together & influence positive change. See how we've used it in Bangladesh. To know more and watch the full video: [ Media.ifrc.org Link ]
We express outrage and condemnation at the shooting deaths of six staff members of the International Committee of the Red Cross in #Afghanistan and grave concern for two others who remain missing. Our statement: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Have you had an accident, or witnessed one? Share your experience with us to help us improve our first aid trainings! [ Bit.ly Link ]
We mourn the loss of yet another Syrian Arab Red Crescent - الهلال الأحمر العربي السوري volunteer, with news of the death of Hazem Taysir Dawarh, following a road traffic accident in Sweida, southern #Syria, due to ice on the road. Our statement: [ Bit.ly Link ]
“By doing health promotion I help the community people to have better health and by doing this I also gain better knowledge about health issues. I want to become a doctor”, says 16-year-old Ji Guk Hua (on the right), a Red Cross youth volunteer from Dongyang ti, Democratic People's Republic of Korea. Read about her work: [ Bit.ly Link ]
#DidYouKnow that most people receiving assistance in disasters and crises are not asked for feedback?* We are committed to listening and providing timely, relevant and practical information to the communities we work with. Check out our new Movement guide to community engagement and accountability: #CommIsAid

*Source: SAVEresearch.net
Lebanon currently hosts over one million Syrian refugees, most of them women and children. Across the country, Lebanese Red Cross volunteers continue to provide water and sanitation services and promote good hygiene practices among people in informal settlements. Read more: [ Bit.ly Link ] (Photo: Maki Igarashi)
The most humane approaches to #migration are often the most successful. Investing in people helps them rebuild their lives. Please share! #ProtectHumanity
Shaven, from Syria, runs the barber shop of Ritsona camp, north of Athens. He and his family have lived at the camp for five months. Here, the situation remains difficult for him and other parents trying to eke out a life for their children. Read some of these stories: [ Bit.ly Link ] (Photo: A. Dullard, IFRC)
Nearly 15,000 Gambians have so far sought refuge in Karang, the main Senegalese town bordering The Gambia, following The Gambia's post-electoral crisis. Here, volunteers and staff from the Senegalese #RedCross Society are distributing food are relief items to those who fled their homes (Photo: Croix Rouge Sénégalaise5).
As many as nine #RedCross volunteers remain in critical condition and dozens of others are receiving psychological and medical care after Tuesday's airstrike in northeast #Nigeria.
The Nigerian Red Cross Society is committed to continuing to assist those most affected by the conflict in the region and won't suspend its work due to this week’s tragedy. Read more: [ Bit.ly Link ] (Photo: ICRC)
In central Italy, teams from the Croce Rossa Italiana - Italian Red Cross have been battling blizzards to reach people cut off by snow after Wednesday’s quakes. Over 250 volunteers are currently on the ground in worst-hit areas, providing first aid, emergency supplies and psychological support to affected communities.
New lambs, new hope: In rural #Syria, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent - الهلال الأحمر العربي السوري has distributed 1,000 sheep and 10 tonnes of sheep feed to support returning communities. #DidYouKnow? Read more: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Northern Greece has seen temperatures drop to -15C, with heavy snow blanketing most of the country. Migrants living in reception centres are especially vulnerable, as the weather compounds already poor conditions. The Hellenic Red Cross is providing food, blankets, winter clothing, medical care, as well as helping prepare tents for the winter. Read more about our response across Europe: [...
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