Stopping Ebola is not just about providing information, vaccine and treatment. It’s about gaining the trust of people with good reason to be wary.
How a young Ebola survivor and former sceptic overcame his fear and distrust to become a messenger of hope.
Unpacking and responding to the mistrust that confront aid workers on the front line of Ebola.
A reactive, emergency mentality. A reflection of society. Lack of political pressure. These are a few of the reasons why gender disparity persists in the humanitarian sector.
Half the people we serve (and often more) are women. Gender parity is not only a question of principle, it’s about results.
Will a new urgency, sparked by frustration, help close the humanitarian gender gap?
What does it take for a health worker to wish death for her patient, even while doing everything to save her? This is just one of the agonizing questions I was confronted with during a mental health assessment in and around Mosul, Iraq, after fighting there began to subside late last year.
Red Cross Red Crescent magazine goes on the road with migrants as they make the exhausting journey through the freezing mountain passes of northern Colombia.
Fabian Arellano Peña, who leads the Colombian Red Cross’ disaster management team, explains what the world needs to learn from the Americas’ biggest, on going, mass migration.
Bleeding feet. Cold mountain roads. Sidewalk for a bed. A typical day for thousands of migrants making the long trek on foot through Colombia. These are their stories.