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The Solomon Islands Red Cross

Shelter needs are critical following floods in the Solomon Islands

Shelter needs are critical following floods in the Solomon Islands

It is one month since the worst floods in Solomon Islands’ history killed 22 people, destroyed homes and properties and disrupted the lives of more than 50,000 people

Thousands will need long-term support following catastrophic flooding in the Solomon Islands

Thousands will need long-term support following catastrophic flooding in the Solomon Islands

Three weeks after the worst flooding in Solomon Islands’ history, the lives of more than 50,000 people – 10 percent of the country – are still dealing with its effects.

Racing to combat the spread of disease in flood-ravaged Solomon Islands

Racing to combat the spread of disease in flood-ravaged Solomon Islands

When a wall of water came roaring down Honiara’s Mataniko River towards her riverside home, Anna Maena only had enough time to grab her two children and run. She watched from a nearby hill as her home was destroyed and carried away, leaving the family wit

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Contact details

Address:

Postal Address:

P.O. Box 187
Lombi Crescent Street
New Chinatown
Honiara

Contact Information:

Tel: (677) 22682/25999
Fax: -
Email: dissemination@redcross.org.sb
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/solomonislandsredcrosssociety/?ref=bookmarks

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • President: Mr Donarl TAHANI
  • Vice-President: Mr George PALUA
  • Secretary General: Mr Thomas BEBEU
  • Deputy Secretary General: Mr Clement MANURI
  • Finance Manager: Mr Patrick UNGA
  • Community Disaster Risk Manager : Mr Cameron VUDI
  • Voluntary Non-remunerated Blood Donor Program Coordinator: Mr Roy OETA
  • Dissemination and Communication Officer: Mr Kennedy WAITARA

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