While the American Red Cross has been busy responding to tornadoes, flooding and wildfires across the United States, our disaster management experts have also been working around the world to help other communities respond to and recover from major disasters.
A new American Red Cross survey reveals that only 1 in 5 American youth are familiar with the Geneva Conventions, while 4 in 5 think that the U.S. should better educate young people before they can vote and enlist in the military.
In this episode, we explore the hardships that refugees face through the lens of Dorothy Sewe.
What can modern leaders learn from his example?
An elderly woman hospitalized in Texas reaches out to the American Red Cross to reconnect with her family in Haiti after the devastating 2010 earthquake.
We sit down with American Red Cross President and CEO to discuss her experiences in Haiti over the past year.
Disaster management expert Nate Cooper is in Saint Lucia to assess damage from recent floods. He took a moment today to update us on his work from the national Red Cross headquarters in the city of Castries.
The government of Haiti has reported 3,342 cases and 259 deaths as a result of the cholera outbreak. Although the increase in cases is beginning to stabilize, the Red Cross …
John Calipari, the men’s head basketball coach at the University of Kentucky, met with Red Cross staff in Port-au-Prince today to discuss progress since the January 12th earthquake flattened much …
A deluge of rain from tropical storm Agatha has flooded communities and caused hundreds of landslides in Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras. In response, Red Cross volunteers and experts are …