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About the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement

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The ideals of the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement are represented all over the world, not just through the visible impact of our work in counties, towns, payams and bomas, but also by influencing hearts and minds. We are widely perceived as a ?public good? ? available to everyone, everywhere to prevent and reduce human suffering.

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All over the world, there are more than 188 Red Cross Red Crescent societies. In South Sudan we work closely with:

> The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). ?
> The International Federation of Red Cross Red Crescent Societies (IFRC).
> Partner national societies from across the world:

Read more about the Fundamental Principles that guide our work.

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The ideals of the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement are represented all over the world, not just through the visible impact of our work in counties, towns, payams and bomas, but also by influencing hearts and minds. We are widely perceived as a ?public good? ? available to everyone, everywhere to prevent and reduce human suffering.

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Volunteers are the backbone of the South Sudan Red Cross, a voluntary relief movement not prompted in any manner by desire for gain. Readmore

Where we work

map with branchesThere are ten South Sudan Red Cross branches across the country. Contact your local branch to become a volunteer. View map

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