Ghana

Ghana Red Cross Society

Rainy season in West and Central Africa: the IFRC's

Rainy season in West and Central Africa: the IFRC's "early warning, early action"-system in practice

The rainy season has begun in West and Central Africa and torrential rain has already caused damage in Benin, the Central African Republic and Ghana.

Ghana: the Red Cross builds new houses for victims of last year’s floods

Ghana: the Red Cross builds new houses for victims of last year’s floods

Life is now back to normal in the village of Daboya in northern Ghana.

Ghana Red Cross: recent floods a good test for disaster preparedness

Ghana Red Cross: recent floods a good test for disaster preparedness

Ghana Red Cross was one of the National Societies which responded to the recent floods that devastated West Africa.

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Contact details

Address:

Plot No 10 South Legon
Near Gulf House
Accra

Postal Address:

P.O. Box 835
Accra

Contact Information:

Tel: (233)(24) 369 01 87/(+233)302 52 0397
Telegram: GHANACROSS ACCRA
Email: redcrossghana@yahoo.co.uk
Web: http://www.redcrossghana.org

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • President: Dr. Michael Agyekum ADDO
  • Vice-President: Dr. Jacob ABEBRESE
  • Honorary Legal Adviser: Mr John Louis NEIZER
  • Honorary Treasurer: Mr Emmanuel DJAN-ASHLEY
  • Honorary Public Relations Advisor: Mrs Elizabeth Hayfron ASARE
  • Health Advisor: Mrs Theresa Babero NOBIYA
  • Youth Representative: Mr Thomas Kwasi DARKEY
  • Secretary General : Mr Samuel Kofi ADDO
  • Finance & Admin. Manager: Mr Alex LANBON
  • Communications Manager: Mrs Lydia MACLEAN
  • Health Coordinator: Mr Thomas AAPORE
  • Resource Mobilization Manager: Mr Louis Anopong OKYERE
  • First Aid Coordinator: Mr Francis OBENG
  • Disaster Management Coordinator: Mr Saladin S, MAHAMA

Latest appeals

1 April 2014
Ghana - Floods (MDRGH009)
Ghana - DREF Final Report
28 November 2013
Cholera Epidemic (MDRGH008)
Ghana - DREF Operation Final Report
31 October 2013
Floods (MDRGH009)
Ghana - Operations update no. 1
2 October 2013
Floods
Ghana - Information Bulletin No. 1

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