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New health clinics help Rohingya refugees and local people to stay healthy
19/09/2018 - Video
With the help of European Union humanitarian aid funding, Save the Children is building new health clinics in Bangladesh to help Rohingya refugees and local families. Each clinic can treat around 100 people every day. Monsoon rains bring the risk of...

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Mobile health clinic
28/08/2018 - Photo story
In some of northwest Syria’s most remote areas, Relief International (RI) runs an EU-funded health programme which aims to save lives and reduce the suffering of people affected by the country’s long-standing civil war.

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24/08/2018 - Photo story
In August 2017, a military crackdown was launched in Myanmar’s Rakhine state, historically home to a population of Rohingya Muslims, following attacks on border posts by an insurgent group.

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16/08/2018 - Photo story
One year after Iraq’s second-largest city Mosul was retaken from ISIS by the Iraqi government, thousands of improvised explosive devices, unexploded aerial bombs and complex booby-traps litter the city, waiting to be triggered by the slightest...

/echo/file/specialised-health-services-provide-relief-refugees-turkey_enSpecialised health services provide relief for refugees in Turkey

Specialised health services provide relief for refugees in Turkey
05/06/2018 - Video
Thousands of refugees in Turkey, children included, suffer from conflict-related trauma – both physical and mental. One example is Ayda, who is just a child. She suffered from extreme anxiety which caused her to sleepwalk. This all started when...
30/05/2018 - Blog post
Almost two years ago, Abdullah was hit by a car as he crossed the street in his hometown on the outskirts of Deir-ez-Zor in eastern Syria.

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Learning to walk again in Democratic Republic Congo
22/05/2018 - Photo story
The past year has been one of the most violent in DRC’s recent history. A new conflict in the Kasaï region was particularly brutal and threw the lives of its population into disarray.
Volunteers helping to disinfect a home in Guinea during the 2014 Ebola outbreak
18/05/2018 - News
The European Commission has announced a package of urgent humanitarian aid to help contain an outbreak of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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DRC Marie
27/04/2018 - Photo story
Conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) forced more than 1.7 million people from their homes in 2017, an average of 5500 people per day.
Movie still NotATarget by ICRC
18/04/2018 - News
From 18 April to 1 May 2018, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), supported by the European Commission's European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations in collaboration with the Belgian Red Cross, will broadcast a...

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