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Fiji Red Cross Society

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Taken in 24 hours: Rebuilding after Winston

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Disaster training came in the nick of time for Seru Sevutia, who has been working with Red Cross to rebuild after Cyclone Winston.

One Year After Winston, Fiji Red Cross has helped 77,000 people

One Year After Winston, Fiji Red Cross has helped 77,000 people

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Contact details

Address:

22 Gorrie Street
GPO 569
Suva

Postal Address:

GPO Box 569
Suva

Contact Information:

Tel: (679) 3314 133
Fax: (679) 3303 818
Telex: 2279 Attn: Red Cross (Public facility)
Telegram: REDCROSS SUVA
Email: contactus@redcross.com.fj
Web: http://www.redcross.com.fj

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • National President: Ms Cathy Wong
  • Vice President: Mr William Wylie CLARKE
  • Treasurer: Ms Josephine YEE JOY
  • Board Member: Mr Vinod PATEL
  • Board Member: Ms Merewalesi NAILATIKAU
  • Board Member: Mr Lakhan KUMAR
  • Director General: Mr Filipe NAINOCA

Latest appeals

15 December 2016
Fiji - Tropical Cyclone Winston (MDRFJ001)
Fiji - Emergency Appeal Revision 2
28 October 2016
Pacific - Tropical Cyclone Pam (MDR55001)
Suva country cluster - Operations Update 6
25 October 2016
Fiji - Tropical Cyclone Winston (MDRFJ001)
Fiji - Donor Response
5 October 2016
Pacific - Tropical Cyclone Pam (MDR55001)
Suva country cluster - Audited Financial Statement, 23.03.2015 - 31.12.2015
23 September 2016
Fiji - Tropical Cyclone Winston (MDRFJ001)
Fiji - 6-month operational update

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