International Programs

Exploring Humanitarian Law
The Exploring Humanitarian Law curriculum provides teachers with the tools to expose students (ages 13-18) to issues of humanitarian law and principles of respect for life and dignity, especially in situations of armed conflict. Take a look at the curriculum online at:
Measles/Rubella Initiative
The Measles & Rubella Initiative is a global partnership committed to ensuring no child dies from measles or is born with congenital rubella syndrome. Founded originally as the Measles Initiative in 2001, it’s led by the American Red Cross, the United Nations 4 Foundation, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, UNICEF and the World Health Organization. Since 2001, the Initiative has supported 80 countries to deliver more than one billion doses of measles vaccine, helped to raise measles vaccination coverage to 85% globally, and reduced measles deaths by 74%. Youth help and support other youth around the world by fundraising and giving the gift of life to a child in need.
For additional information, please reach out to the volunteer specialist listed below in your corresponding location.

Central Maryland (Baltimore City/County, Harford, or Howard Counties)
Joe Miletti,, 410.624.2023

Delmarva Peninsula
Suzanne Farris,, 410.202.3043

Southern Maryland (Anne Arundel, Calvert, Charles, or St. Mary's Counties)
Gloria Coliton,, 410.627.5369

Western Maryland (Allegany, Carroll, Frederick, Garrett, or Washington Counties)
Meghan Otto,, 301.739.0717 ext. 210

Thank you for your interest in joining the Red Cross team!