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Nigerian Red Cross still in shock, four days after the loss of as many as six volunteers, and others seriously injured

Nigerian Red Cross still in shock, four days after the loss of as many as six volunteers, and others seriously injured

As many as nine Nigerian Red Cross Society volunteers remain in critical condition and dozens of others are receiving psychological and medical care after Tuesday’s accidental military strike on a displacement camp in Nigeria’s volatile northeast.

Nigeria: keeping polio at bay through door-to-door visits

Nigeria: keeping polio at bay through door-to-door visits

Female volunteers play a critical role in preventing polio in Nigeria

Changing behaviours to curb cholera in Nigeria

Changing behaviours to curb cholera in Nigeria

The benefits of using community-based volunteers in Nigeria to stop disease outbreaks

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Contact details

Address:

National Headquarters
Plot 589 T.O.S. Benson Street
Off Ngozi Okonjo Iweala, Utako District
Abuja

Postal Address:

Abuja

Contact Information:

Tel: (234) 803 713 33 45 / 803 473 62 00 / 805 456 67 03
Fax: -
Email: admin@redcrossnigeria.org
nigerianredcross2003@yahoo.com
Web: http://www.redcrossnigeria.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/NigerianRedCrossSocietyNhqts/about/?entry_point=page_nav_about_item&ref=page_internal

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • National President: Elder (Chief) Bolaji Akpan ANANI
  • National Vice-President: Alhaji Abubakar KENDE
  • Secretary General : Mr. Abubakar KENDE
  • Head of Finance & Accounts: Mr Godman ANYEBE
  • Head Disaster Management: Mr Andronicus ADEYEMO
  • Head of Communications: Mr Nwakpa O. NWAKPA
  • Head of Resource Mobilization & Property Development: Ms Christine EMOKHOR
  • Head of Training : Mr Bashiru UMAR
  • Head Health and Care: Ms Joy Ibangah UDOH
  • PMER Officer : Ms Epua EWA

Latest appeals

16 October 2018
Nigeria - Floods (MDRNG024)
Nigeria - Operations Update
2 October 2018
NIGERIA - Lassa Fever Outbreak (MDRNG023)
Nigeria - Final Report
23 September 2018
Nigeria - Floods (MDRNG025)
Nigeria - Nigeria Floods Emergency Appeal
23 September 2018
Nigeria - Floods (MDRNG025)
Nigeria - Donor Response
24 August 2018
Nigeria - Meningitis (MDRNG021)
Nigeria - DREF Operation Final Report

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