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Social Media Guidance for Staff and Volunteers

Introduction
This guide for the NRCS staff and Volunteers become imperative as we continue to strive to maintain neutrality in all spheres of life as Red Cross staff and volunteers.
Standard operating procedures for NRCS volunteers when responding to casualty needs following suicide attacks or other situations involving explosions

Introduction
The evolution of the situation in the northeast particularly has seen an increase in the number of suicide attacks, and even more concerning, multiple attacks in the same location. This poses a major risk to the NRCS volunteers who often respond by providing first aid and evacuation of casualties, as well as in the collection of dead bodies thereafter.  Read More
World Red Cross Red Crescent Day, 8 May 2017
“Everywhere for everyone
 
For World Red Cross Red Crescent Day this year, we aim to profile the strength of our global network and the contribution of our 17 million volunteers through the theme, “Everywhere for everyone”.

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ACCOUNT NAME: NIGERIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY

ACCOUNT NUMBER: 1012358875

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There are a number of fraudulent web sites which are using the Red Cross Red Crescent emblems to request donations for disaster relief. Please treat these web sites as suspicious. Read more..

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