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Unseen faces of climate change

Volunteers around the world tell us what climate change means to them as they strive to help people caught between droughts, flash floods and violence.

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Life in the hotspot

The deadly mix of climate change and conflict has long plagued parts of the Sahel. Now, the emergence of climatic hotspots are testing the limits of resilience.

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A Paradigm shift

Forecasts trigger rapid deployment of resources that help alpaca herders protect their animals from extreme cold and snowstorms.

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When trust means life or death

Stopping Ebola virus disease is not just about providing information, vaccine and treatment. It’s about gaining the trust of people with good reason to be wary.

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Trust in action

The daily dedication of volunteers is a key reason the Venezuelan Red Cross has been able to help people on all sides of the political divide.

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Handcuffing the helpers | Part 1

As migration is increasingly treated as a security matter rather than a humanitarian concern, migrants and those trying to help them are being regarded as criminals.

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The journey from Cucuta

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.

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