IFRC


Micronesia, Federated States of

Micronesia Red Cross

Preparing for typhoon season in Micronesia

Preparing for typhoon season in Micronesia

The Red Cross has enough prepositioned relief items to help support 6,000 people in Micronesia

Communities begin to rebuild after Typhoon Maysak destroyed and damaged homes

Communities begin to rebuild after Typhoon Maysak destroyed and damaged homes

An estimated 30,000 people across Micronesia were affected by the disaster

Reaching remote communties with relief after Typhoon Maysak

Reaching remote communties with relief after Typhoon Maysak

Thousands of homes and crops across Micronesia were left destroyed in the aftermath of Typhoon Maysak

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Contact details

Address:

Kaselehlie Main St.
FM 96941 Pohnpei State

Postal Address:

P.O. Box 2405 Kolonia
Kolonia
Pohnpei State

Contact Information:

Tel: (691) 3207077
Fax: (691) 3206531
Email: mrcs@mail.fm

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • Chairman: Mr Diaz JOSEPH
  • Executive Director: Mr Frank Jr. ISAO
  • Head of Finance: Ms Youleen PABLO
  • Head of Youth, Volunteer Development and Health Program: Mr Morgan DAVID
  • Head of Disaster Management: Mr Morgan DAVID
  • Head of Administrative: Ms Mayleen SCALIEM

Latest appeals

4 June 2018
Pacific - Tropical Cyclone Pam (MDR55001)
Suva country cluster - Final Report
10 April 2018
Pacific: Tropical Cyclone Keni
Suva country cluster - Information bulletin no. 1
13 February 2018
Pacific: Tropical Cyclone Gita
Suva country cluster - Information bulletin no. 1
2 January 2018
Pacific - Tropical Cyclone Pam (MDR55001)
Suva country cluster - Audited Financial Statement, 01.01.2016 - 31.12.2016
31 March 2017
Pacific - Tropical Cyclone Pam (MDR55001)
Suva country cluster - Operation update no. 7

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