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  • The ICRC in Nepal

    Since the end of Nepal’s armed conflict in 2006, the ICRC has been addressing the humanitarian consequences of the conflict and helping people affected by recurrent unrest. We help the Nepal Red Cross Society

    • 2014-03-01
    • Overview
  • The ICRC in the Philippines

    The ICRC established a permanent presence in the Philippines in 1982, although the organization had been active in the country since 1959. The ICRC delegation in Manila currently focuses its humanitarian

    • 2014-02-20
    • Overview
  • The ICRC in Armenia

    In Armenia, the ICRC focuses on helping missing persons and their families, mine victims and the communities living along the international border with Azerbaijan. The organization also visits detainees held

    • 2012-06-07
    • Overview
  • The ICRC in Azerbaijan

    In Azerbaijan the ICRC focuses on missing persons and on detainees held for conflict-related or security reasons, or who are otherwise vulnerable. It provides health support, particularly as regards

    • 2010-10-29
    • Overview
  • The ICRC delegation in Brussels

    The ICRC delegation in Brussels covers the European Union, NATO, certain European armed forces and Belgium. It also supports ICRC headquarters in its dialogue with the Council of Europe and the OSCE. The

    • 2014-02-03
    • Overview
  • The ICRC delegation in Paris

    The Paris delegation promotes IHL and facilitates ICRC operations through humanitarian diplomacy in the form of dialogue with government, military and diplomatic officials. Its international role makes France

    • 2010-10-29
    • Overview
  • The ICRC in Georgia

    The ICRC's Georgia delegation focuses on restoring family links, clarifying the fate of missing persons and supporting their families, helping people affected by the administrative boundary lines, improving

    • 2014-03-26
    • Overview
  • The ICRC in Kyrgyzstan

    The ICRC delegation in Kyrgyzstan assists victims of violence and visits detainees. It promotes international humanitarian law (IHL) and other relevant bodies of law and their integration into: national

    • 2010-10-29
    • Overview
  • The ICRC in the Western Balkans

    In Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia, the ICRC focuses on supporting efforts to trace missing persons and helping their families

    • 2010-10-29
    • Overview
  • ICRC headquarters, Geneva

    ICRC headquarters in Geneva supports the delegations that carry out our humanitarian work from around 80 delegations worldwide. Geneva also manages the ICRC's role of advocate and defender of international

    • 2012-06-13
    • Overview
  • The ICRC mission in Ankara

    The primary role of the ICRC's mission in Ankara is to support the ICRC's protection work in Iraq. However, the ICRC also conducts activities within Turkey, focusing on the promotion of IHL and cooperation with

    • 2010-10-29
    • Overview
  • The ICRC in Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan

    Since 1992, the ICRC has been supporting the authorities in Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan in promoting IHL and other humanitarian norms and their integration into national legislation

    • 2013-06-19
    • Overview
  • The ICRC in Egypt

    The ICRC’s long-established delegation in Egypt builds on the country’s unique position in the Arab world to promote respect for international humanitarian law and its national implementation in the 22 member

    • 2012-03-15
    • Overview
  • The ICRC in Iraq

    The ICRC has been in Iraq since 1980, addressing the consequences of violence and conflict. It visits detainees and enables them to maintain contact with their families, helps vulnerable groups, improves access

    • 2014-02-12
    • Overview
  • The ICRC in Israel and the occupied territories

    The ICRC started work in Israel and the occupied territories in 1948, following the first Israeli-Arab conflict. Its presence became permanent in the aftermath of the 1967 war. The ICRC repeatedly reminds

    • 2012-03-01
    • Overview
  • The ICRC in Jordan

    The ICRC in Jordan focuses on monitoring the treatment and living conditions of detainees, restoring and maintaining family links disrupted by conflict, promoting international humanitarian law (IHL) and

    • 2011-06-01
    • Overview
  • Funds and medals

    The ICRC administers a number of funds established over the past century by special donations from individuals or organisations. These have various aims: to help promote and develop the activities of the Red

    • 2010-10-29
    • Overview
  • 1919-1938: consolidation among crises

    The carnage of 1914-18 should have made this conflict the last. The public was horrified at the amount of blood that been spilt and war now seemed to have no place. But events themselves would quickly quash

    • 2010-05-13
    • Overview
  • 1919-1939: consolidation among crises

    The carnage of 1914-18 should have made this conflict the last. The public was horrified at the amount of blood that been spilt and war now seemed to have no place. But events themselves would quickly quash

    • 2010-05-13
    • Overview
  • 1914-1918: baptism of fire and innovation

    August 1914: The world has been turned upside down by the insanity of war, and the ICRC is about to experience a real baptism of fire. This small institution would become a truly international organization, in

    • 2010-05-13
    • Overview
  • 1939-1945: descent into hell

    The invasion of Poland by German troops on 1 September 1939 is an indication of what is to come. Trench warfare is to be replaced by mechanized warfare, preceded by massive air raids that principally target the

    • 2010-05-11
    • Overview
  • Sustainable development at the ICRC

    Sustainable development can be defined as Sustainable development at the ICRC Sustainable development can be defined as "development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of

    • 2012-06-03
    • Overview
  • How you can help

    Credit card is not the only way to donate - you can also donate by cheque or by bank/postal transfer, or you can become a regular contributor to the work of the ICRC. And many individuals, associations and

    • 2010-04-23
    • Overview
  • Foundations, funds and trusts at the ICRC

    Foundations, funds and trusts at the ICRC Foundations, funds and trusts at the ICRC Foundations, funds and trusts at the ICRC

    • 2013-11-27
    • Overview
  • Overview: Support from the corporate sector

    Specific information about the support that private companies can bring to the ICRC, in cash, in kind or in the form of an exchange of expertise. Donations, partnerships, supply of goods and services. Overview

    • 2010-04-23
    • Overview