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Surinam

Suriname Red Cross

Thousands of villagers stranded in Suriname

Thousands of villagers in remote Suriname are stranded by flooding and there are fears that they do not have access to food and other supplies.

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Contact details

Address:

Gravenberch Straat 2 - 6
P.O. Box 2919
Paramaribo

Postal Address:

Paramaribo

Contact Information:

Tel: (597) 498 520; 498 530; 498 445; 498410
Fax: (597) 464-780
Email: surcross@sr.net
Facebook: Het Surinaamse Rode Kruis Surinaamse Rode Kruis

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • President: Ms Marja NAARENDORP LLM
  • Vice President / Board Member: Prof. Dr Malti R. ADHIN
  • Treasurer / Board Member: Mr Ismael KALAYKHAN
  • Legal Advisor / Board Member: Ms Mureije WINTER LLM
  • Volunteer & Youth Commissioner / Board Member: Ms Claudette MAC INTOSH
  • Technical Operations: Vacant Position
  • Director General : Vacant Position
  • Secretary General: Vacant Position
  • Medical Director of the National Blood Bank of SRCS : Ms Maria TJON A LOI
  • Operations Manager: Ms Genevieve SAIRRAS
  • Head of Finance: Mr Jerry TELTING
  • Acting Service and DM Manager: Mr Humphrey BLINKER
  • Head of Communications: Vacant Position

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