• Japan, 2009. Presentation ceremony for the Florence Nightingale award.
    • Japan, 2009. Presentation ceremony for the Florence Nightingale award.
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  • Australia, 1983. Canberra, Government House. Florence Nightingale Medal award ceremony. The President of the Australian Red Cross, Her Excellency Lady Stephen, awards the Medal to Group Captain Ailsa Betty Edwards.
    • Australia, 1983. Canberra, Government House. Florence Nightingale Medal award ceremony. The President of the Australian Red Cross, Her Excellency Lady Stephen, awards the Medal to Group Captain Ailsa Betty Edwards.
      © ICRC / cer-e-00273
  • Thailand, 1986. Chitralada Villa, Bangkok. Florence Nightingale Medal award ceremony. Princess Chakri Sirindhorn awards the Medal to one of the two laureates (Miss Sermsook Changsorn and Miss Phonsiri Narksang).
  • Poland, 1987. Headquarters of the Polish Red Cross, Warsaw. Florence Nightingale Medal Award ceremony in honour of three of the four Polish laureates – Mrs Helena Rabowska-Witkiewicz, Mrs Magdalena Puslowska-Owczarek and Mrs Irena Romanowska.
  • Japan, 1977. Awarding of the Florence Nightingale Medal on the occasion of the centennial of the Japanese Red Cross. Mr Alexandre Hay, president of the ICRC (1976-1987), attended the ceremony.
  • Pakistan, 1977. Special ceremony to award the Florence Nightingale Medal. CDR Begum Mumtaz Chughtai, a medical officer in the Pakistani Armed Forces, receives the Medal from the President of Pakistan.
  • Bolivia, 1986. La Paz. Florence Nightingale Medal laureate Sra. Dona Francisca Nieto Pando.
  • Syria, 1989. Damascus. The Florence Nightingale Medal is awarded to a Syrian laureate. From left to right: Dr Fouad Hamzeh, President, and Mrs Khairia Al-Orfali, laureate.
  • Philippines, 1977. One of two Florence Nightingale Medal laureates, Miss Juana Bactat, receives her prize.
  • Yugoslavia, 1978. Belgrade. Florence Nightingale Medal award ceremony. From left to right: Mrs Mihaela Terzic, Mrs Sasa Javorina and Vera Lipovscak, a previous medal laureate.
  • Japan, 2009. Her Majesty The Empress Michiko gives the Florence Nightingale Medal to Ms Saita, a 2009 laureate.
  • USSR, 1975. Mr V.I. Semoukha, President of the Central Committee of the Belarus Red Cross, gives the Florence Nightingale Medal to Mrs Ekatérina Efimovna Sirenko, one of the outstanding nurses in the Soviet Union.
  • South Korea, 1985. King Sejong Cultural Centre, Seoul. Prof. Young-sook Hong and Mrs Ok-Young Lee are the two Korean laureates for 1985. Five hundred nurses attend the ceremony that also marks the 80th anniversary of the Red Cross of the Korean Republic. President Kim is delivering his speech from the stage.
  • Mongolia, 2007. The official ceremony to grant the distinctive honour of the 41st Florence Nightingale Award to Ms Surenkhai Tavkhai.
  • East Germany, 1978. The German Red Cross in Dresden, Florence Nightingale Medal Award ceremony. Sister Senta Herdam and Mrs Hanna Stoltenhoff, Head Nurse, are the two German laureates who were awarded the Florence Nightingale Medal in 1977.
  • Switzerland, 2003. Geneva. The winners of the 39th Florence Nightingale Medal come to ICRC headquarters to receive their award.

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