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  • Slide 1 - Welcome to Canadian Red Cross Orientation
  • Slide 2 - Objectives The Red Cross/Red Crescent Movement The Canadian Red Cross Society Ontario Zone How we Help – CRCS Facts At A Glance
  • Slide 3 - Henry Dunant “Would it not be possible, in time of peace and quiet, to form relief societies for the purpose of having care given to the wounded in wartime by zealous, devoted and thoroughly qualified volunteers?” “On certain special occasions, as, for example, when princes of the military art belonging to different nationalities meet (...), would it not be desirable that they should take advantage of this sort of congress to formulate some international principle, sanctioned by a Convention inviolate in character, which, once agreed upon and ratified, might constitute the basis for societies for the relief of the wounded?” Henry Dunant Swiss Founder of the Red Cross 1859
  • Slide 4 - Timeline 1859 - Austrian and French armies clash at Solferino, 40,000, men die. Dunant sets up organization care for men 1863 - Red Cross is born 1864 Twelve states sign 10 articles forming the first Geneva Convention. The first Red Cross emblem officially appeared
  • Slide 5 - 1867 - First International Conference of the Red Cross 1876 - International Committee of the Red Cross becomes official 1885 - Canadian Red Cross begins to form 1909 – Canadian Government Passed The Canadian Red Cross Society Act 1965 - Fundamental Principles of Red Cross were adopted
  • Slide 6 - Fundamental Principles Humanity Neutrality Universality Voluntary Service Impartiality Independence Unity
  • Slide 7 - International CONFERENCE of the Red Cross and Red Crescent States Party to the Geneva Conventions The International Red Cross Movement INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF RED CROSS AND RED CRESCENT SOCIETIES Geneva, founded 1919 STATES PARTY TO THE GENEVA CONVENTION NATIONAL RED CROSS OR RED CRESCENT SOCIETIES ICRC INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE RED CROSS Geneva, founded 1863
  • Slide 8 - International Committee of the Red Cross International Humanitarian Law Protection – Detention Monitoring Tracing – Restoring Family Links Medical Activities Relief Activities Dissemination/Information Regional Delegations
  • Slide 9 - International Humanitarian Law The body of rules which govern the behaviour of warring parties. The Geneva Conventions and Additional Protocols
  • Slide 10 - International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent World’s largest humanitarian organization 192 Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies world wide Mission – to improve the lives of vulnerable people
  • Slide 11 - Roles & Responsibilities The Federation carries out relief operations to assist victims of disaster and combines this with development work to strengthen the capacities of its member National Societies.
  • Slide 12 - Strategy 2010 To improve lives of vulnerable people by mobilizing the power of humanity
  • Slide 13 - The four core areas Promotion of humanitarian values and principles Disaster response Disaster preparedness Health and care in the community
  • Slide 14 - The Canadian Red Cross Society 1 National Office 4 Zones 22 Regions 295 Branches Over 29,000 volunteers Approx. 6,000 permanent and casual staff Approx. $238 million Society Revenues
  • Slide 15 - Canadian Red Cross Our Mission To improve the lives of vulnerable people by mobilizing the power of humanity in Canada and around the world.
  • Slide 16 - Our Four Core Areas of Focus Humanitarian Values We protect lives and ensure respect for the human being. Disaster & Conflict We provide relief when individuals and communities require support
  • Slide 17 - Our Four Core Areas of Focus Health & Injury Prevention We reduce suffering, save lives and build safe and healthy communities for individuals at vulnerable time in their lives. Organizational Capacity We mobilize sufficient support and resources to carry out our humanitarian mission
  • Slide 18 - Governance/Management, Structure, Relationships and Key Functions
  • Slide 19 - 2006-2008 Priorities Disaster Management International Services Fund Raising Financial Stability
  • Slide 20 - Social Justice & Diversity We welcome all who share our mission and want to help and are determined that those who need our services have full access. We provide humanitarian services to people in need, without regard to race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, age, sex, marital status, family status, disability, pardoned conviction or sexual orientation.
  • Slide 21 - Ontario Zone Structure 1 Zone Council 6 Region Councils Over 40 Branches Thousands of Volunteers
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  • Slide 23 - Ontario Zone Programs & Services Disaster Management First Aid & Water Safety RespectEd Humanitarian Issues Community Health Services Transportation, Meals-On-Wheels, Home Health Equipment Loan Service And many other community initiatives
  • Slide 24 - Fund Raising in Ontario The Society relies primarily on individual and corporate donations as well as the generous support of the United Way, the Ministry of Health, the Ontario Trillium Foundation and others.
  • Slide 25 - Regional Information TO BE ADDED BY REGION COUNCIL
  • Slide 26 - BRANCH INFORMATION TO BE ADDED BY BRANCH COUNCIL
  • Slide 27 - Canadian Red Cross Facts at a glance 2004-2005 International Programs $ 3,449,000 Funding for international relief operations $ 50,265,000 Funding for international project activities (including Tsunami activities) 124 Delegate missions abroad
  • Slide 28 - Canadian Red Cross Facts at a glance 2004-2005 Disaster Services 12,696 People assisted by Disaster Services across Canada 3,198 People trained in Emergency Preparedness
  • Slide 29 - Canadian Red Cross Facts at a glance 2004-2005 Injury Prevention 449,358 People enrolled in water safety training programs 13,789 People enrolled in water safety instructor training 367,206 People enrolled in first aid training 5,221 People enrolled in first aid instructor training
  • Slide 30 - Canadian Red Cross Facts at a glance 2004-2005 Equipment Loan Services 199,291 Articles loaned (256,395 People served Home Assistance 12,703 People served through Link to Health, Meals on Wheels, Transportation and other programs
  • Slide 31 - For more information please review the orientation manual in each branch and visit www.redcross.ca. Your local staff and Council members are also always happy to talk!
  • Slide 32 - HIP Workshops To learn more about the Red Cross Movement; Humanitarian Issues including how the Fundamental Principles affect our daily decisions; and the Canadian Red Cross Society look for upcoming workshops in your area from the Humanitarian Issues team.
  • Slide 33 - QUESTIONS? Thank you!

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