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  • Selection of photos 2010

    Photos illustrating ICRC activities around the world in 2010. The media is welcome to use these images, which can be downloaded at high resolution. Selection of photos 2010 02-12-2010 Photo gallery Photos

    • 2010-12-02
    • Photo gallery
  • Overview of the ICRC's operations in 2011

    This document presents the ICRC's worldwide operational priorities for 2011. It is based on the internal analysis and planning exercise conducted every year, primarily by the ICRC's 80 delegations and missions

    • 2010-12-02
    • Report
  • Finances and budget

    The ICRC is funded by voluntary contributions from the States party to the Geneva Conventions (governments); national Red Cross and Red Crescent societies; supranational organizations (such as the European

    • 2010-03-23
    • Section
  • Key Data for ICRC Emergency and Headquarters Appeals 2011

    Including comparative data with 2010 figures Key Data for ICRC Emergency and Headquarters Appeals 2011 02-12-2010 Facts and Figures The ICRC Appeals 2011 present the following figures: Headquarters Appeal: CHF

    • 2010-12-02
    • Facts and Figures
  • ICRC 2011 budget: new needs require new kinds of response

    This week, the ICRC presents its field budget for 2011. Pierre Krähenbühl, the organization's director of operations, explains why the cost of its humanitarian activities has risen. ICRC 2011 budget: new needs

    • 2010-12-02
    • Interview
  • ICRC presents record field budget to address ever more complex needs

    Geneva (ICRC) – The armed conflicts and other situations of violence now in existence require a more targeted and diverse humanitarian response than those of even a few years ago, said the International

    • 2010-12-02
    • News Release
    • Archived page
  • Pakistan: ICRC steps up assistance for flood victims

    Geneva/Islamabad (ICRC) – The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has launched a budget extension appeal for 77 million Swiss francs (approximately 76 million US dollars, or 59 million euros) to

    • 2010-09-02
    • News Release
    • Archived page

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