Tag: Aid workers
Imagine opening your inbox to discover an email from an international aid worker – maybe a nurse in Somalia or a logistics expert in Yemen.
Emmanuel Vella surveys the mountain of his family’s mud-drenched possessions piled up on his footpath and shrugs.
Cyclone Debbie hit Australians in different ways. It’s shown us the unpredictable mighty power of Mother Nature. It’s also shown the power of people standing together to recover, repair and rebuild.
As the conflict in Syria enters its sixth year, Khaled Naanaa’s story will convince you no crisis is too big to make a difference.
Social media is more than just cat videos and selfies. It can also play a part in disaster response and recovery.
As thousands of Syrians flee the ongoing civil war in their homeland, Red Cross worker Joe Cropp reports from Mosul on the emotional toll of being caught up in conflict.
Catch up on our latest news, and join us in remembering our fallen humanitarian colleagues.
Our How Aid Works podcast features real and raw insights from Australian Red Cross aid workers. In its second season, our guests share stories they’ve never told anyone else.