Philippines: Homes and incomes top concerns after deadly typhoon

Manila /Kuala Lumpur, 19 September 2018 – More than 660,000 people in the northern Philippines have been picking up the pieces after devastating Typhoon Mangkhut.    The storm, known locally as Ompong, is the strongest recorded anywhere ...

Nigeria: ICRC condemns midwife’s murder, appeals to abductors to spare two other healthcare workers 

ICRC - News Release No. 18/49
17 September 2018

Geneva/Abuja (ICRC) – The International Committee of the Red Cross condemns in the strongest terms the tragic killing of its abducted colleague Saifura Hussaini Ahmed Khorsa. It is appealing to the armed group to immediately release a second ICRC midwife and another health-care worker taken in north-eastern Nigeria in March. 

“We are devastated by the murder of our colleague Saifura,” said Eloi Fillion, the head of the ICRC delegation in Abuja. “Saifura moved to Rann to selflessly help those in need. Our thoughts are with her family and other loved ones at this incredibly difficult time.”

FAEEN starts today

The FAEEN event starts today in Portorož, Slovenia. International experts in first aid from the Red Cross and the Red Crescent are meeting in Portorož.  The participants come from all over the globe – Albania, Armenia, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, ...

South Sudan: Without peace deal, scorched-earth tactics and civilian suffering will continue

ICRC - News Release No. 18/47
10 September 2018

Geneva (ICRC) – The signing of a peace agreement between South Sudan’s warring parties is a hopeful sign that a sustainable solution can be found for a conflict that has had tragic consequences for millions of civilians.

It is important that any political solution takes into account the needs of everyday South Sudanese people, especially marginalized groups like women, said Dominik Stillhart, the global director of operations for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).

“The human cost of continued conflict in South Sudan has led to humanitarian catastrophe inside the country. That’s not hyperbole. That’s fact,” said Stillhart, who visited South Sudan last week to speak with residents and view ICRC’s operations.

Syria: Hostilities in Idlib should not produce massive civilian suffering

ICRC - News Release No. 18/46 04 September 2018 Geneva (ICRC) - A statement from Fabrizzio Carboni, regional director for the Near and Middle East at the International Committee of the Red Cross. As fears of renewed violence mount in Syria’s ...

Ten years after the ban on cluster munitions, the ICRC hails progress and calls on more States to join the treaty

ICRC - News Release No. 18/45 03 September 2018 Geneva – Speaking at the opening of the Meeting of States party to the 2008 Convention on Cluster Munitions, Vice-President of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Gilles Carbonnier, ...

Afghanistan: fuel, medicine and fresh water reach hospital in Ghazni

Kabul (ICRC) – Since intense fighting broke out four days ago in Ghazni, Central Afghanistan, the International Committee of the Red Cross has provided dressing packages and oral and intravenous medicine to treat wounded at the provincial ...

DR Congo: Specialist Red Cross Ebola team arrives in North Kivu

Joint News Release No. 18/40 International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies DR Congo: Specialist Red Cross Ebola team arrives in North Kivu Kinshasa/Geneva (ICRC/IFRC) ...

Ethiopia: Violence driving dire displacement crisis as rainy seasons sets in

ICRC - News Release No. 18/39
12 July 2018

Geneva/Addis Ababa (ICRC) — Inter-communal clashes in southern Ethiopia are fueling a rapidly swelling humanitarian crisis in which more than 800,000 people are forcibly displaced from their homes and do not have food, clean water, shelter, or other basic necessities. 

“This crisis is completely off the radar of the international community and the consequences of this neglect could be dire,” said Shirin Hanafieh, ICRC’s assessment team leader. “If humanitarian assistance is not scaled up quickly, people will be at-risk of malnutrition and disease outbreaks, especially as the rainy season sets in.”

Restrictive immigration policies creating a “new walled order”, says IFRC report

New York 10 July 2018 – A new report by the world’s largest humanitarian network is calling on governments to remove the barriers that prevent vulnerable migrants from accessing basic services and humanitarian aid.

Speaking in New York during the final round of negotiations of the Global Compact for Safe Orderly and Regular Migration, Francesco Rocca, President of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) said:

“All people, regardless of immigration status, should have access to basic services and humanitarian assistance. There is no need to mistreat people to have proper border control.  Preventing access to adequate food, basic health care, and legal advice about their rights is completely unacceptable. Everyone has the right to be treated with dignity and respect.”

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