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Dominica

Dominica Red Cross Society

Dominica Emergency appeal after Tropical Storm Erika

Dominica: Emergency appeal after Tropical Storm Erika

Launched emergency appeal to support the Dominica Red Cross in assisting 3,000 families

Relief efforts by the Dominica Red Cross Society underway

Relief efforts by the Dominica Red Cross Society underway

Since touching down on Dominica on Thursday, August 28th 2015, Tropical Storm Erika has caused a significant amount of damage to the island nation

Emergency response: Dominica´s recovery

Emergency response: Dominica´s recovery

The island of Dominica sustained significant damage due to the passage of Tropical Storm Erika

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Contact details

Address:

National Headquarters
Federation Drive
Goodwill, Roseau

Contact Information:

Tel: (001)(767) 448-8280/440-2483/615-8414/448-8280/
Fax: (001) (767) 448-7708
Telex: 8625 TELAGY DO - for Dominica RC (Only in case of emergency if fax and telegram do not work)
Telegram: DOMCROSS
Email: directorgeneral@redcross.dm
Web: http://www.caribbeanredcross.org/index.php/national-societies/dominica

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • Patron: H.E. Charles SAVARIN
  • President: Mr Phillip WHITE
  • Vice-President: Mr Reginald WINSTON
  • Director General: Mrs Kathleen J. PINARD-BYRNE
  • Head of Disaster Management : Mrs Sandra CHARTER-ROLLE
  • Head of Health and Blood Services : Ms Jessica PINARD-BYRNE
  • FDRS focal point : Mrs Kathleen J. PINARD-BYRNE

Latest appeals

27 October 2017
Dominica - Hurricane Maria (MDRDM003)
Dominica - Operation Update no. 2
11 October 2017
Dominica - Hurricane Maria (MDRDM003)
Dominica - Operation Update no. 1
10 October 2017
Dominica - Hurricane Maria (MDRDM003)
Dominica - Emergency Appeal Revision
8 October 2017
Hurricane Irma - St Kitts and Antigua. (MDR49009)
Port of Spain country cluster - Operation update no. 2
6 October 2017
Hurricane Irma - St Kitts and Antigua. (MDR49009)
Port of Spain country cluster - Emergency Appeal Revision 1

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