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Micronesia, Federated States Of

10 January 2017

Preparing for typhoon season in Micronesia

The Red Cross has enough prepositioned relief items to help support 6,000 people in Micronesia
Communities begin to rebuild after Typhoon Maysak destroyed and damaged homes
20 April 2015

Communities begin to rebuild after Typhoon Maysak destroyed and damaged homes

An estimated 30,000 people across Micronesia were affected by the disaster
Reaching remote communties with relief after Typhoon Maysak
13 April 2015

Reaching remote communties with relief after Typhoon Maysak

Thousands of homes and crops across Micronesia were left destroyed in the aftermath of Typhoon Maysak
State of emergency remains in force as Micronesia reels from aftermath of Typhoon Maysak
6 April 2015

State of emergency remains in force as Micronesia reels from aftermath of Typhoon Maysak

Assessments continue as Micronesia Red Cross responds to the effects of typhoon Maysak.
Micronesia joins the Federation club
29 November 2003

Micronesia joins the Federation club

For the Micronesia Red Cross Society, the challenges on the path to recognition as the 181st member of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies are nowhere better illustrated than in the task of holding an Annual General Meetin
10 July 2002

Tropical storm ravages Micronesia

Floods and mudslides following tropical storm Chataan on 1 July, have ravaged the Chuuk lagoon island of Micronesia.
4 July 2002

Hundreds feared dead in Micronesia mudslides

As reports slowly trickle in from the Micronesian State of Chuuk, ravaged by several mudslides on Tuesday July 2, authorities fear the death toll may reach the hundreds.

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