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Unas palabras bondadosas nunca pasarán de moda

Soy voluntaria desde hace 8 años en el área psicosocial y actualmente formo parte del Programa de Juventud. Me siento… Read more “Unas palabras bondadosas nunca pasarán de moda”

Milena Chacón
Costa Rica Red Cross Society
Supporting the Frontliners

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Dennis Sabino Mancilla
Philippine Red Cross Society
Helping people realeased from prison in Oslo

I am a volunteer in Network after imprisonment, a part of the Oslo Red Cross. I am, at the moment,… Read more “Helping people realeased from prison in Oslo”

Roger H
Norwegian Red Cross

There were 3 in our group on the open mike and a fourth listening in.

Vince from Hong Kong is new to the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement. As a university professor his intire job has change and now he is also helping construct temporary field hospitals. The government has shut down the airports and now with Wuhan citizens allowed to travel there will be strict entry requirements and security with enhanced measures. To try and test people before releasing them from the airport.

Dave from Ontario Canada has been on total isolation and is a mental health provider, Dave has worked many years with the red cross including responding to major disasters from the forest fire in alberta and saskatchewan.

Adeline is new to the Red Cross. Her first introduction was the forest fires in 2018. During the COVID-19 outbreak, she was working in an accounting office. The essential services offices being offered have been revamped to increase physical distancing and changed the way individual services are offered. We have noticed the clients changing practices when interacting through a variety of non-contact methods.

Adeline Clarke
Canadian Red Cross Society
April 10, 2020
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