The Béni area of northern North Kivu province has endured several years of violence in connection with the conflict between Ugandan armed group the Allied Democratic Forces and the armed forces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The impact on local inhabitants has been huge, with abductions, murders, attacks and displacement being frequent occurrences. Arnaud Meffre, head of the ICRC office in Béni describes the recent resurgence of violence and stresses the need to respect and protect human life.
En étroite collaboration avec la Croix-Rouge du Tchad, le Comité international de la Croix-Rouge (CICR) vient de distribuer des biens de première nécessité à plus de 5 000 personnes déplacées dans la région reculée d’Am-Timan, dans le sud-est du Tchad, en raison du conflit en République centrafricaine.
The ICRC, in close cooperation with the Red Cross of Chad, has distributed essential items to over 5,000 displaced people living in the isolated area of Am Timan, south-eastern Chad.
Tensions mounted in Bangui again last weekend when demonstrations by armed men blocked roads, bringing traffic in the capital to a standstill.
The events are part of a rising wave of violence and looting which has gone on unabated and unchecked since October. Many people have fled for a second time to camps for displaced people, even though the lack of aid there has made living conditions very tough.
Palestinian refugees arriving in Lebanon from Syria are facing harsh winter conditions in the northern Bekaa Valley, where whole families have little or no means of survival. Today, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) in Lebanon signed an agreement that will ensure that ICRC winter assistance reaches the Palestine refugees living in the coldest areas of Lebanon. This is the first agreement of its kind between the two organizations.
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Under the supervision of the Head of Office in Cotabato, the Communication Officer is responsible for planning, coordination and implementation of communication activities of ICRC in Cotabato Office. His/her main responsibilities include coordination with the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) and contribution to analysis, monitoring and reporting of humanitarian issues in Mindanao.
Planning, coordination and implementation of communication activities in Cotabato office
Le Comité International de la Croix-Rouge (CICR), institution humanitaire neutre et indépendante, recherche des personnes motivées pour assumer les fonctions de
Médecins cliniciens / Généraliste / Pédiatrie
Affectation : Nord Mali et Niger
Mission sans accompagnement familial
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Dans le cadre du soutien aux hôpitaux, le CICR engage des médecins, généralistes et pédiatres. Le médecin est un membre de l'équipe médicale hospitalière et travaille en étroite collaboration avec sa contrepartie nationale et l’équipe du CICR.
Le Comité International de la Croix-Rouge (CICR), institution humanitaire neutre et indépendante, recherche des personnes motivées pour assumer la fonction de
PSYCHOLOGUE ou PSYCHIATRE
CICR Programmes de support en Santé Mentale et Psychosocial Basé à Gao, Mali - Poste sans famille
THE INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE RED CROSS (ICRC), an independent humanitarian organization whose mandate is to provide protection and assistance for victims of armed conflict and internal disturbances, is looking for
ICRC Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Programs
No family based positions
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), an independent humanitarian organization whose mandate is to provide protection and assistance for victims of armed conflict and internal disturbances is looking for Orthotist-Prosthetist Arabic - English
In contemporary armed conflicts, in particular in non-international armed conflicts and occupations, armed forces are increasingly expected to conduct not only combat operations against the adversary but also law enforcement operations in order to maintain or restore public security, law and order. In practice, it is sometimes difficult to draw the line between situations governed by the conduct of hostilities paradigm, derived from international humanitarian law, and those governed by the law enforcement paradigm, mainly derived from human rights law.
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