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Belize

Belize Red Cross Society

Belize is recovering from the Tropical Cyclone Earl

Belize is recovering from the Tropical Cyclone Earl

The DREF objective is to respond to the immediate needs of 440 families affected by Hurricane Earl.

Hurricane Earl hits Belize

Hurricane Earl hits Belize

Hurricane Earl made landfall in Belize in the early hours of Thursday, 4 August, causing severe flooding.

Humanitarians meet in the Caribbean to review and update contingency plans for Hurricane season

Humanitarians meet in the Caribbean to review and update contingency plans for Hurricane season

Red Cross convened its annual preparedness meeting, hosted by Belize Red Cross.

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Contact details

Address:

1 Gabourel Lane
Belize City

Postal Address:

P.O. Box 413
Belize City

Contact Information:

Tel: (501) 207-2219
Telex: BTL booth 211 BZE Attn. Red Cross
Email: bzercshq@btl.net
Web: http://www.caribbeanredcross.org/index.php/national-societies/belize
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BelizeRedCross/

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • President: Mr Hector LOPEZ
  • 1st Vice President: Ms Betty TAM
  • Director General : Mrs Lily BOWMAN
  • Executive Member: Ms Carol HYDE
  • Executive Member: Dr. Alba MENDEZ SOSA
  • Executive Member: Mr Nigel EBANKS
  • Head of Finance: Ms Sharole SALDIVAR
  • Head of Volunteer Development: Vacant
  • Head of Communications: Vacant
  • FDRS Focal Point : Ms Lily BOWMAN

Latest appeals

16 March 2017
Belize - Hurricane Earl (MDRBZ005)
Belize - DREF Operation Final Report
21 December 2016
Belize - Floods (MDRBZ004)
Belize - DREF Operation Final Report
29 September 2016
Caribbean: Tropical Storm Matthew
Port of Spain country cluster - Information Bulletin no. 1
16 August 2016
Belize - Hurricane Earl (MDRBZ005)
Belize - DREF Operation Update No. 1
8 August 2016
Belize - Hurricane Earl (MDRBZ005)
Belize - DREF Operation

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