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RED CROSS: Retrieving the dead after Typhoon Haiyan
RED CROSS: Retrieving the dead after Typhoon Haiyan
RED CROSS: Improving lives in Nepal
RED CROSS: Improving lives in Nepal
RED CROSS: If You Think You're Useless
RED CROSS: If You Think You're Useless
RED CROSS: Six Hours a Day
RED CROSS: Six Hours a Day
#KLUBIMOBIILICase-video Intohimotoimisto Cassiukselle, 2015. Kuvaus, editointi ja musiikki Jarkko Mikkonen.
RED CROSS: Retrieving the dead after Typhoon Haiyan
RED CROSS: Improving lives in NepalFor decades, the Nepal Red Cross Society has helped vulnerable rural communities to improve their living conditions. The Finnish Red Cross supports the NRCS’s community development programme with aid funds from the Finnish Foreign Ministry.The community development programme helps villagers to help themselves and their community. It is vital to involve villagers and get them working together. Local authorities also assist them, but every community is responsible for realising and running its own project.Clean water, healthcare education and improved hygiene make the villagers less susceptible to illness.Production: Finnish Red Cross Field Communication Unit, 2015Interviews and text: Viivi BerghemFilming and edit: Jarkko MikkonenMusic: Niklas Aman, niklasaman.com
RED CROSS: If You Think You're UselessIreland is the first country in the world to introduce CBHFA in Action through groups of Red Cross volunteer Inmates in a prison setting. The programme was initially piloted in Wheatfield prison in June 2009 and following its success it has been implemented in 10 prisons throughout Ireland. The programme works on a peer to peer basis; inmates take on training and develop projects that lead to an improvement in hygiene, health and wellbeing in their prison community. So far, the programme has benefitted more than 3,000 prisoners directly and nearly 10,000 indirectly including staff and the families of the prisoners.Interviews: Ombretta Baggio/IFRC Filming and editing: Jarkko Mikkonen/Finnish Red Cross
RED CROSS: Six Hours a Day
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