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Dare you be an aid worker?

Did you know that last year 122 international aid workers were killed? In fact, the stats show you’re less likely to die as a UN peacekeeper than an aid worker. I’ve just read an article on the BBC...

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How I became an international aid worker: Charlie Dawson

Charlie Dawson is a British Red Cross delegate on loan to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). She has been working as a protection delegate for the ICRC since 2009. The ICRC works...

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How I became an international aid worker: Nicholas Rowe

Nicholas Rowe works as a water and habitat engineer for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), on secondment from the British Red Cross. He talks about how he got into this line of work...

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How I became an international aid worker: Tom Russell

Tom Russell has just returned from a three-month posting in Beirut, Lebanon, where he was supporting our Syria crisis response. What does your job involve? A big part is meeting affected communities to...

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Planes, ferries and food parcels: Delivering aid after Typhoon Haiyan.

When British Red Cross logistics expert Dave Luddington arrived in the Philippines on 12 November, he and his colleagues faced a daunting challenge – getting life-saving aid to thousands of people...

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