Latest ICRC News

First Humanitarian Impact Bond successfully brings physical rehabilitation services to conflict-affected communities
Deteriorating hunger situation urgent crisis for millions caught in conflict
Democratic Republic of Congo: 83 children separated by armed conflict finally reunited with their loved ones
Yemen: Women and girls struggle to access essential healthcare
Operational update: 6,000 people uprooted from their homes receive household essentials
Mozambique: 1 million people in conflict-affected regions receive two doses of Covid vaccine
Committing to anti-personnel mine ban saves civilian lives
Democratic Republic of Congo: Clashes in Rutshuru Territory cut off 800 children from their families
Red Cross and Red Crescent leaders commit to accelerate efforts to tackle rising humanitarian challenges
Ukraine: Humanitarian situation deteriorates as major cities bear brunt of heavy fighting
Peter Maurer: “Continued existence of nuclear weapons is one of biggest threats for humanity”
ICRC Regional Director for Asia Pacific visits Myanmar
Ireland to present draft declaration to protect civilians from explosive weapons in populated areas
Red Cross Red Crescent leaders gather to take action on global humanitarian priorities
Ukraine: “scale of destruction defies comprehension”
Mali: International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement strongly condemns killing of two Red Cross aid workers
International Red Cross and Partners Invite Entries for Humanitarian Awards
In eastern Democratic Republic of Congo , surge in violence has driven thousands of displaced people to outskirts of Goma
Ukraine: Online video from Mariupol is filled with false claims
ICRC boosts access to safe water through partnerships and innovative financing solutions
Ukraine conflict: Families of all POWs need answers on their loved ones
Ukraine: ICRC registers hundreds of prisoners of war from Azovstal plant
Covid: People living in conflict zones cannot be forgotten in global vaccination effort
Mexico: 100,000 missing persons highlights need to strengthen existing search mechanisms
Syria: In societies shattered by conflict, civilians pay high price for years
Sahel: food crisis fueled by conflict is set to worsen during lean period
Syria remains in crisis – world, and donors, must not turn away now
Ukraine: More than 170 civilians evacuated from Azovstal and Mariupol area in third safe passage operation
ICRC: 117 detainees repatriated to Yemen from Saudi Arabia
Ukraine: Civilians leave Azovstal in safe passage operation
Ukraine: safe passage operation out of Mariupol is ongoing
Ethiopia update: Third ICRC convoy of vital humanitarian assistance reaches Tigray
ICRC calls for immediate and unimpeded access to Mariupol to facilitate safe passage of civilians and wounded
ICRC President completes visit to Russia to speak about humanitarian issues in armed conflict
President of International Committee of Red Cross arrives in Moscow
Having access to water is increasingly matter of survival in conflict zones
ICRC President: suffering in Mariupol must not become future of Ukraine
President of International Committee of Red Cross arrives in Ukraine
Regional course on International Humanitarian Law kicks off in Sharm El-Sheikh
Erbil: new glimpse of hope, ICRC opens largest Physical Rehabilitation Centre in Iraq
Ukraine: ICRC calls for urgent solution to save lives and prevent worst-case scenario in Mariupol
YEMEN: Plight of Population is Growing as World Attention Wanes
Ukraine: Massive, urgent response needed to meet soaring needs
Ukraine: Amid mounting human cost, parties must uphold international humanitarian law
IHL is line between barbarity and our common humanity’ – ICRC President Peter Maurer
International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement appeals for 250 million Swiss francs to assist people affected by Ukraine conflict
Ukraine crisis: statement by Florence Gillette, head of ICRC delegation in Kyiv
Time is running out to save millions of lives in Afghanistan