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Mari Mäkinen

The Christmas Spirit Campaign collects money for less fortunate Finnish families with children.

Jarkko Mikkonen

Over recent years Wen Xian Liang of China has learnt what to do if a natural disaster strikes.She regularly takes part in preparedness exercises arranged by the Red Cross together with the local authorities.

Maija Tammi

The Red Cross health center received its first patients early Friday morning.

Jarkko Mikkonen / Red Cross

This week will see the building of a healthcare clinic in Balangiga on the Philippine island of Samar, one of the areas worst hit by typhoon Haiyan.

Jarkko Mikkonen

The typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines a week ago and left devastation in its wake. Your help is needed now!

Jarkko Mikkonen

Volunteers trained by the Finnish Red Cross did an exemplary job of evacuating people to safety on the island of Panaya in the Aklan Province of the Philippines prior to the landfall of super typhoon Haiyan. Loss of human life and injuries in the area were relatively few.

Robert Keskinen

The Finnish Red Cross collection to help victims of typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines is off to a quick start. Collection centers have been set up in various parts of Finland.

Alanah Torralba / IFRC

Floods, earthquakes, typhoons and landslides. The Philippines with its hundred million inhabitants and over 7000 islands is constantly tormented by disasters.

Tino Kreutzer

The Red Cross report reveals that the lack of information and technology has great impact on peoples’ abilities to prepare themselves, respond to and recover from disasters.

Jarkko Mikkonen

Fatima Gailani, President of the Afghan Red Crescent Society, has probably one of the world’s most challenging jobs.

Hanna-Leena Tikkanen

Nurse and first-aid instructor Johanna Arvo from Kaarina, Finland, went to Paraguay as part of an EU Aid Volunteers programme in which the Finnish Red Cross is involved.

Jarkko Mikkonen

The schoolyard of the International School in Espoo is filled with a sea of red collector vests. Over 170 middle school students have gathered wearing Red Cross attire to participate in the Hunger Day Walk.

Tatu Blomqvist

The second batch of Red Cross hospital equipment to Jordan was loaded late this Monday night at Helsinki Airport.

Alejandro Lorenzo

Finland quiets down for the summer, but Red Cross volunteers work where vacationers are on the move.

Niklas Meltio

The disaster drill brought together the organization’s volunteers, ”evacuees” and retirement home staff, among others. The Midwinter event was a rehearsal of action in the middle of a winter storm.

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Mari Mäkinen

The Christmas Spirit Campaign collects money for less fortunate Finnish families with children.

Jarkko Mikkonen

The schoolyard of the International School in Espoo is filled with a sea of red collector vests. Over 170 middle school students have gathered wearing Red Cross attire to participate in the Hunger Day Walk.

Alejandro Lorenzo

Finland quiets down for the summer, but Red Cross volunteers work where vacationers are on the move.

Niklas Meltio

The disaster drill brought together the organization’s volunteers, ”evacuees” and retirement home staff, among others. The Midwinter event was a rehearsal of action in the middle of a winter storm.

Kaisa Sirén

The Finnish Red Cross arranges its first national disaster-preparedness exercise called Midwinter rehearsals on the 16th of February.

Jarkko Mikkonen

Over recent years Wen Xian Liang of China has learnt what to do if a natural disaster strikes.She regularly takes part in preparedness exercises arranged by the Red Cross together with the local authorities.

Maija Tammi

The Red Cross health center received its first patients early Friday morning.

Jarkko Mikkonen / Red Cross

This week will see the building of a healthcare clinic in Balangiga on the Philippine island of Samar, one of the areas worst hit by typhoon Haiyan.

Jarkko Mikkonen

The typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines a week ago and left devastation in its wake. Your help is needed now!

Jarkko Mikkonen

Volunteers trained by the Finnish Red Cross did an exemplary job of evacuating people to safety on the island of Panaya in the Aklan Province of the Philippines prior to the landfall of super typhoon Haiyan. Loss of human life and injuries in the area were relatively few.

Robert Keskinen

The Finnish Red Cross collection to help victims of typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines is off to a quick start. Collection centers have been set up in various parts of Finland.

Alanah Torralba / IFRC

Floods, earthquakes, typhoons and landslides. The Philippines with its hundred million inhabitants and over 7000 islands is constantly tormented by disasters.

Tino Kreutzer

The Red Cross report reveals that the lack of information and technology has great impact on peoples’ abilities to prepare themselves, respond to and recover from disasters.

Jarkko Mikkonen

Fatima Gailani, President of the Afghan Red Crescent Society, has probably one of the world’s most challenging jobs.

Hanna-Leena Tikkanen

Nurse and first-aid instructor Johanna Arvo from Kaarina, Finland, went to Paraguay as part of an EU Aid Volunteers programme in which the Finnish Red Cross is involved.

Tatu Blomqvist

The second batch of Red Cross hospital equipment to Jordan was loaded late this Monday night at Helsinki Airport.

On 17 February, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) will mark its 150th anniversary and commemorate the beginning of its efforts to bring relief to millions and improve the lives of countless people adversely affected by armed conflict.

Johanna Lassy-Mäntyvaara

Treating injured victims of the drawn-out and increasingly brutal conflict in Syria are part of everyday life at a hospital in Amman, Jordan. Thanks to the efforts of the Red Crescent, at least some of the tragic stories here will have a happy ending.

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