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Photo of the day: Box of wishes shares hope from Syria’s children

Canadian Red Cross President and CEO Conrad Sauvé recently returned from a trip to Syria and the surrounding region. See what he brought back from his trip. 

Reviewing impact: two years after the Ebola outbreak

The end of this month marks the second anniversary of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. To honour all we have experienced in the past two years, we have pulled together a compilation of remarkable blogs from the Ebola outbreak.

Q&A with communications aid worker Nicole Robicheau

Canadian Red Cross communications aid worker Nicole Robicheau took a moment to talk to us about why she is a humanitarian. 

Clean water keeps communities safe after flooding

Canadian Red Cross aid worker, Nicole Robicheau, shares the story of Jacinto Martinez Mendez who was impacted by floods in Costa Rica - and how the Red Cross helped. 

Celebrating resilience, strength and vision for International Women's Day

On March 8th, for International Women’s Day, we wanted to share a couple stories of inspiring women who have made a difference in their Malian communities and, with the help of Red Cross programs, have helped save lives and improve livelihoods.

Photo of the Day: learning to respond to emergencies in Nicaragua

This week the Nicaraguan Red Cross conducted a training with their staff and volunteers in organizing and operating Emergency Operations Centres. 

Celebrating International Development Week: A global movement for a better world

International Development Week is February 7-13 and highlights what Canada and Canadians are doing to make a better world. 

Round-up: Updates from Myanmar and Iceland

The Round-up offers a weekly sample of what our sister Red Cross Societies are working on around the world.

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