Tanzania

Tanzania Red Cross National Society

Helping Burundian refugees through the skilful act of listening

Helping Burundian refugees through the skilful act of listening

Red Cross families leave their own behind to help others in desperate need

Two families struggling to survive as refugees in Tanzania

Two families struggling to survive as refugees in Tanzania

"This is already my third time fleeing my home country."

“It’s in our blood to help.” Tanzania Red Cross volunteers answer the call to help Burundian refugees

“It’s in our blood to help.” Tanzania Red Cross volunteers answer the call to help Burundian refugees

Working round the clock to ensure those most vulnerable receive the support they deserve

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Contact details

Address:

Mwai kibaki Road Plot, Block C, Mikocheni
Dar es Salaam

Postal Address:

P.O. Box 1133
Dar es Salaam

Contact Information:

Tel: (255) 22 2600 185
Fax: (255) 22 2600 156
Telex: TACROS 41878
Email: logistics@raha.com
Web: http://www.trcs.or.tz

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • Vice President: Hon. Dr. Zainab Amir GAMA,
  • President: Dr. George Francis NANGALE
  • Board Secretary: Mr Adam Aljaj KIMBISA
  • Disaster and Information: Mr Mwadini JECHA
  • Gender Issues Advisor: Ms Zakia OMARY
  • Health and Advisor: Dr. Gottlieb MPANGILE
  • National Treasurer: Mr Sebastian F MLINGWA
  • Nursing and Training Advisor: Ms Keziah Rhobi MAKOYO
  • Planning and Development Advisor: Dr. Hildebrande E. SHAYO
  • Relief, Welfare and Information: Mr Hamisi Iddi KITUMBO
  • Youth Issues Advisor: Ms Jackline KANYAMWENGE

Latest appeals

1 July 2015
Tanzania - Population Movement (MDRTZ017)
Tanzania - Operations Update no.2
29 June 2015
Tanzania - Population Movement (MDRTZ017)
Tanzania - Emergency Appeal Revision
17 June 2015
Tanzania - Hail Storm (Shinyanga) (MDRTZ016)
Tanzania - DREF Operation Update no.2
10 June 2015
Tanzania - Population Movement (MDRTZ017)
Tanzania - Operations Update no.1
23 May 2015
Tanzania - Population Movement (MDRTZ017)
Tanzania - Donor Response

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