IFRC

Cook Islands

23 July 2013

Cook Islanders struggle to adapt to creeping climate change

Despite its reputation as a tropical paradise, the Cook Islands is at the front line of efforts to adapt to a changing climate.
Cook Islands Red Cross: Integrating NCD activities into existing programming
16 September 2011

Cook Islands Red Cross: Integrating NCD activities into existing programming

Cook Island Red Cross Society (CIRCS) has taken an innovative approach to tackling non-communicable diseases (NCDs) within their country.
Cook Islands: Red Cross Red Crescent responds to Cyclone Pat
19 February 2010

Cook Islands: Red Cross Red Crescent responds to Cyclone Pat

While the world’s attention has been focused on the Haiti earthquake, a severe tropical cyclone battered the Pacific island of Aitutaki, an atoll in the Southern Cook Islands.
Logistical difficulties no obstacle to Cook Islands Red Cross
28 November 2003

Logistical difficulties no obstacle to Cook Islands Red Cross

Covering an area of the Pacific Ocean the size of India, but with a population of only about 15,000, the Cook Islands faces many logistical challenges.

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