Bahamas

The Bahamas Red Cross Society

The Future of Disaster Management in the Caribbean

The Future of Disaster Management in the Caribbean

“With resilience, our goal is for communities to no longer rely exclusively on organizations to help them.”

Bahamas Red Cross Responds to Hurricane Joaquin

Bahamas Red Cross Responds to Hurricane Joaquin

Given the extent of the damage and relief and recovery measures that are required in the Bahamas...

Disaster network demonstrates the power of preparation in the Caribbean

Disaster network demonstrates the power of preparation in the Caribbean

Staff and volunteers at the Bahamas Red Cross have been putting their disaster plans into effect.

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Contact details

Address:

National Headquarters
John F. Kennedy Drive
P.O. BoxN-8331
Nassau

Postal Address:

P.O. Box N-8331
Nassau

Contact Information:

Tel: (1242) 323-7370/328-4415
Fax: (242) 323-7404
Telegram: BAHREDCROSS NASSAU
Email: redcross@bahamas.net.bs
Web: http://bahamasredcross.com

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • President: Mr Craig A. GOMEZ
  • Deputy President: Ms Darnell BAIN
  • Director General: Ms Caroline TURNQUEST
  • Deputy Honorary Treasurer: Ms Jacqueline HUNT
  • Treasurer: Mr Dayan BOURNE
  • Head of Human Resources : Ms Caroline TURNQUEST
  • Head of Communications: Ms Diane TURNQUEST
  • Head of Disaster Management : Ms Terez A. Curry
  • Legal Adviser: Mr Adrian HUNT
  • FDRS Focal Point : Mr Andrice STRACHAN

Latest appeals

29 September 2016
Caribbean: Tropical Storm Matthew
Port of Spain country cluster - Information Bulletin no. 1
15 December 2015
Bahamas - Hurricane Joaquin (MDRBS002)
Bahamas - DREF Final Report
16 October 2015
Bahamas - Hurricane Joaquin (MDRBS002)
Bahamas - DREF operation
6 December 2013
Haiti & The Dominican Republic - Cholera (MDR49008)
Port of Spain country cluster - Donor Response
15 January 2013
Caribbean (MAA49001)
Port of Spain country cluster - Annual Report 2011

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