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Red Cross/Red Crescent Movement based in China

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19 Jan 2012 description

The Red Cross Society of China provided 6,000 boxes of instant noodles worth 300,000 RMB to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) on 16th, January 2012, in the requirement of the DPRK Red Cross.

Asked by RCSC, Liaoning provincial red cross bought disaster relief food and transferred them to Sinuiju from Dandong city.

Serious flood in DPRK led to crop failure in 2011.

09 Nov 2011 description

The Chinese Embassy in Philippines handed over $30,000 donation from China’s Red Cross to Philippines Red Cross headquarters on 7th, November 2011.

The Secretary-General of the Philippine Red Cross accepted the funds which are used to help victims in the typhoon-hit areas and showed her appreciation to Chinese people.

09 Nov 2011 description

It has passed one and half a year since Qinghai Earthquake which caused nearly 3,000 dead and huge damage in Yushu region on April 14, 2010.

Though a part of facilities and houses has finished reconstruction, the severe natural environment of highland area with 3,700-4,500M above sea level and long winter has made it hard to achieve quick recovery. Many local residents still stay in tents preparing for their 2nd cold season after quake.

13 Oct 2011 description

The second batch of emergency humanitarian aid material provided by Red Cross Society of China has arrived in Tripoli, Libya on 11th October, 2011.

As a member of the international Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, the RCSC has been closely followed the humanitarian crisis caused by the Libyan war.

The 2nd batch of materials includes rice, oil and drugs and will arrive at Tripoli airport on 11th, 14th and 15th October.

10 Oct 2011 description

The Red Cross Society of China allocated about 1.3 million RMB of disaster relief materials to Hainan, Guangdong and Guangxi province respectively.

A batch of family package worth 790,000 RMB was sent to Hainan and Guangdong red cross branches on 30th Sept. to help local disaster relief work caused by Nesat.

A total of 2,000 family packages worth of 480,000 RMB was sent to Guangxi, anther typhoon-hit area on 2nd Oct.