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  • British Red Cross First Quarter Review and Planning meeting ends in Abuja

    British Red Cross First Quarter Review and Planning meeting ends in Abuja

    After 3 days of hands on training that included scenario creation, simulation exercises, procurement and financial processes, group work and data cleaning, the  1st Quarter of 2022, Review and Planning Meeting of the British Red Cross has ended in Abuja.

  • Turkey-Syria Appeal

    Nigerian Red Cross Mobilizes Funds for Turkey/Syrian Earthquake Relief and Rehabilitation

    The Nigerian Red Cross society (NRCS) was established by an Act of Parliament in 1960 as an auxiliary to the Government in Humanitarian Services. The Act empowers the Society to support the Government in response to disasters, emergencies in the implementation of the  Geneva convention and its additional protocols which the Government of the Federation has acceded to. In 1961, following the official recognition by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent, Nigerian Red Cross Society became 86th member Nation of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.

    “Like hundreds of thousands of other people in South-Eastern Türkey I was fast asleep when the world started to shake. The floor and the walls were shaking, bending, and as we ran down the three floors to the street our only thought was to get far, far away from buildings. “These are the exact words of a survivor of what is now called the worst Earthquake in Turkey’s history.

  • Red Cross Meets The Media

    The atmosphere was carnival-ish as the Nigerian Red Cross Society held a meet and greet to which it invited the gatekeepers, movers and shakers of the news media in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital. The media practitioners were a mixed bag and came from TV, Radio and print outfits.

    The purpose of the event was to explain in detail who we are, what we do, our mission and vision to the media.