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1 October 2023 - 31 March 2024

20180603_151251 ISLP Taiwan “Weldery” Project (2024) ISLP Taiwan “Weldery” Project (2024) is initiated by a group of like-minded individuals from the first executive committee of the Hong Kong Red Cross University Club. The project aims to organize a team of university students to provide service in Taiwan. Read More Raised 0% download_20230912 Morocco Earthquake 2023 An earthquake of 6.8 magnitude struck Morocco, North Africa with the epicenter in the High Atlas Mountains near Marrakesh on 8 September 2023. This is the strongest earthquake ever recorded in Morocco for nearly a century. At least 2,900 people were killed and over 5,500 people were injured,  with the numbers expected to rise in the coming days. Over  380,000 people are estimated to be severely affected. Read More Raised 0% 成品展示 Expressive Arts Therapy “Hold hands with U” Children with special learning needs require a deeper understanding and a listening ear. Art creation provides an entryway for us to enter their world and connect with them Read More Raised 0% Indonesia photo Red Cross Youth International Exchange Program As a member of the International Red Cross movement, the Hong Kong Red Cross strives to organize various overseas exchange activities for youth members and volunteers at different stages. These activities include visits, collaboration with local youth, workshops, thematic learning, and participation in international conferences. Read More Raised 0% SWT (2) Psychological Support Service “Shall We Talk” Emergencies usually come all of a sudden and may cause loss of life, and physical or psychological trauma to the affected persons. They may lose the sense of control, security and feel helpless. Read More Raised 0% 1.A hugging ICRC staff after a safe passage operation from Mariupol_ICRC Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis Currently, over 13 million people remain internally displaced in Ukraine or have fled to Europe as refugees. Some of those who fled months ago are now finding themselves struggling, with their resources depleted. People who remain at home in Ukraine face immense uncertainty, not knowing from one day to the next if they will be safe. Whether they choose to settle life in a new country or stay in Ukraine like Kateryna, their situation is incalculably difficult impacted, and they are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance. Read More Raised 0%