Health Care in Danger (Page 4)

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World Health Day - Providing care where it's most needed

Many people around the world today are marking World Health Day. World Health Day was celebrated on Sunday, April 7 to mark the anniversary of the founding of the World Health Organization, the UN’s health agency. Health services are one of the c...

Head of Syrian Arab Red Crescent in Canada to share update on humanitarian situation

This week, the Canadian Red Cross welcomed the president of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) in Ottawa. Dr. Abdul Rahman Attar met with Red Cross staff and partners to provide an update on the humanitarian crisis in Syria and to ask for additi...

Photo of the Day: Paramedics help wounded in Gaza

Palestine Red Crescent paramedics evacuate an injured boy in Gaza during recent conflict in the region. Paramedics worked around the clock under very difficult security conditions to treat casualties and evacuate them to Gazan hospitals. The ICRC...

The challenges of delivering health care in South Sudan

South Sudan became an independent country one year ago today. The ICRC has been working with the newly created South Sudan Red Cross to deliver health care along the border in very challenging conditions that include violence and lack of resource...

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