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  • Regional delegation in Yaoundé - ICRC Annual Report

    Regional delegation in Yaoundé - ICRC Annual Report Regional delegation in Yaoundé - ICRC Annual Report 21-06-2013 Annual Report YAOUNDÉ (regional) COVERING: Angola, Cameroon, Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon

    • 2013-06-21
    • Annual Report
  • Angola: the end of an era

    The ICRC has worked continuously in Angola since 1975. The conflict that ravaged the country having ended seven years ago, it is about to close its delegation in Luanda but will continue to monitor the

    • 2009-03-26
    • Interview
  • Maps of ICRC operations in Africa

    The division of geographical zones in this section represents the current ICRC organisational structure. Use of these maps is subject to ICRC copyright guidelines. The country and region names used herein are

    • 2011-04-01
    • Section
  • ICRC operations in Africa

    The ICRC maintains a strong operational presence in Africa, with activities focused on protecting and assisting people affected by armed conflict or other forms of violence. Working closely with national Red

    • 2013-08-08
    • Section
  • The ICRC regional delegation in Yaoundé

    Describes the ICRC's activities in Angola, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, the Republic of the Congo and Sao Tome and Principe. Includes news releases, updates and articles about the ICRC's work, which

    • 2013-04-19
    • Section
  • The ICRC regional delegation in Yaoundé

    The ICRC regional delegation for Central Africa, based since 1992 in Yaoundé, Cameroon, promotes the implementation of international humanitarian law in Angola, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, the Republic

    • 2013-04-19
    • Overview
  • Maps: Yaounde regional delegation

    Maps of ICRC operations. Countries covered: Angola, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, the Republic of the Congo, and São Tomé and Príncipe. Maps: Yaounde regional delegation Maps of ICRC operations. Countries

    • 2011-02-01
    • Map
  • Memories of Angola

    Seven years after the end of the conflict that devastated Angola, the ICRC is scaling back its activities there. In July 2009 it will close its delegation in Luanda, but will continue to monitor the situation

    • 2009-04-28
    • Photo gallery
  • Angola: New lives with new legs

    Luanda. For Virginia Maria and Francisco it is too late, they have already experienced the devastating effects of anti-personnel mines. However, many organizations - including the Angolan Red Cross with the

    • 2002-12-02
    • Feature
    • Archived page
  • Angola: community seed banks

    Angola: community seed banks 19-07-1995 News Release 29 During a week-long workshop in Huambo from 10 to 15 July 1995, Angolan and international agronomists and technicians devised a strategy to save Angola's

    • 1995-07-19
    • News Release
    • Archived page
  • Angola: new technology for amputees

    Angola: new technology for amputees 11-10-1995 News Release 41 This week the ICRC reopened its orthopaedic centre in Bomba Alta, on the outskirts of Huambo, introducing new polypropylene technology to Angola

    • 1995-10-11
    • News Release
    • Archived page
  • Angola: more prisoners freed

    Angola: more prisoners freed 31-01-1996 News Release 96/4 ICRC delegates supervised the release by UNITA on 22 and 23 January of 24 people in the town of Quibala, in Kuanza Sul province. This brings to 390 the

    • 1996-01-31
    • News Release
    • Archived page
    • serialno
  • Angola: Medical assistance for conflict victims

    Angola: Medical assistance for conflict victims 12-08-1998 News Release 98/32 Following the recent clashes in Bula, in Lunda Norte province, the ICRC has been providing medical assistance for the victims of the

    • 1998-08-12
    • News Release
    • Archived page
    • serialno
  • Angola: A new life for amputees

    Angola: A new life for amputees 19-08-1998 News Release 98/33 Riki could not believe his eyes. Though he is one of the most experienced pilots flying for the ICRC, with about 30,000 hours under his belt, he had

    • 1998-08-19
    • News Release
    • Archived page
    • serialno
  • Angola: Assistance for displaced people

    Angola: Assistance for displaced people 06-01-1999 News Release 99/01 The ICRC has strengthened its operational capacity in Angola so as to be able to respond to the new humanitarian needs created by the

    • 1999-01-06
    • News Release
    • Archived page
    • serialno
  • Angola: ICRC resumes relief work in Huambo

    Angola: ICRC resumes relief work in Huambo 13-01-1999 News Release 99/02 ICRC staff distributed essential relief supplies in Huambo's Munda neighbourhood on 7 January. Tarpaulins, blankets, soap, cooking

    • 1999-01-13
    • News Release
    • Archived page
    • serialno
  • Update No 99/02 on the activities of the ICRC in Angola

    Update No 99/02 on the activities of the ICRC in Angola 05-02-1999 Operational Update No 99/02 Today the war in Angola seems generalized over country but with varying degrees of intensity. The fighting, which

    • 1999-02-05
    • Operational Update
    • Archived page
    • serialno
  • Angola: Agricultural assistance programme in Huambo

    Angola: Agricultural assistance programme in Huambo 30-06-1999 News Release 99/26 Giving people the means to overcome increasingly severe food shortages without making them dependent on food aid: such is the

    • 1999-06-30
    • News Release
    • Archived page
    • serialno
  • Angola: ICRC steps up assistance on the Planalto

    Angola: ICRC steps up assistance on the Planalto 19-08-1999 News Release 99/34 On 16 August three cargo planes chartered by the ICRC carried more than 100tonnes of food and other supplies to Huambo. The planes

    • 1999-08-19
    • News Release
    • Archived page
    • serialno
  • Angola: Reducing infant mortality

    Angola: Reducing infant mortality 24-02-2000 News Release 00/06 The ICRC is this week launching a water and sanitation programme in camps for displaced people in the Angolan city of Kuito. In response to an

    • 2000-02-24
    • News Release
    • Archived page
    • serialno
  • Angola: Poor harvest expected on the Planalto

    Angola: Poor harvest expected on the Planalto 20-04-2000 News Release 00/14 Since the beginning of the year the ICRC has distributed food aid (maize flour, beans, oil and salt) to more than 300,000 local

    • 2000-04-20
    • News Release
    • Archived page
    • serialno
  • Angola: Ottawa treaty ratified

    Angola: Ottawa treaty ratified 03-08-2000 News Release 00/29 " Minas não, Ottawa sim! " ( " No to mines, yes to Ottawa! " ): this was the slogan of a play and dance performed on 1 March 2000, the first

    • 2000-08-03
    • News Release
    • Archived page
    • serialno
  • Angola: ICRC President completes four-day visit

    Angola: ICRC President completes four-day visit 01-12-2000 News Release 00/44 Geneva (ICRC) – Mr Jakob Kellenberger, President of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), was in Angola from 27 to 30

    • 2000-12-01
    • News Release
    • Archived page
    • serialno
  • Angola: More than 300,000 people benefit from ICRC aid

    Angola: More than 300,000 people benefit from ICRC aid 07-12-2000 News Release 00/47 The ICRC has recently carried out a major seed distribution for 71,612 displaced and resident families living on the central

    • 2000-12-07
    • News Release
    • Archived page
    • serialno
  • Angola: ICRC visits security detainees

    Angola: ICRC visits security detainees 22-02-2001 News Release 01/07 On 15 February the ICRC visited a group of 19 people detained at Catumbela military base, near Lobito, in connection with the conflict

    • 2001-02-22
    • News Release
    • Archived page
    • serialno

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