Tonga

Tonga Red Cross Society

Prompt action saves hundreds of lives as Cyclone Ian batters Tonga

Prompt action saves hundreds of lives as Cyclone Ian batters Tonga

When Cyclone Ian made landfall in Tonga on 10 January, it caused widespread destruction in the Ha’apai Islands.

Help on hand for survivors of Tongan ferry tragedy

Help on hand for survivors of Tongan ferry tragedy

More than twenty volunteers from the Ha’apai branch of the Tonga Red Cross are working closely with the local police force to provide food, drink, blankets and comfort for the 53 survivors of the ‘MV Princess Ashika’ ferry, which sank in the early hours o

Tonga Red Cross Society: Counting shadows

Tonga Red Cross Society: Counting shadows

It is the smile of a mother – deeply caring, all-enveloping and unconditional.

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Contact details

Address:

P.O. Box 456
South West Pacific
Nuku'Alofa

Contact Information:

Tel: (676) 21360 / 21950
Fax: (676) 21 508
Telex: 66222 CW ADM TS Attn. Redcross
Telegram: REDCROSS TONGA
Email: redcross@kalianet.to
Sione_ache@hotmail.com
Web: http://www.tongaredcross.com

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • President (Patron): H.M. Queen Halaevalu MATA'AHO
  • Chairperson: Hon. Alaileula TUKU'AHO
  • Deputy Chairperson: Ms Joanne TALBOT
  • Secretary General: Mr Sione TAUMOEFOLAU
  • Treasurer: Mr Aloma JOHANSSON
  • Assistant Treasurer: Mr Drew HAVEA
  • Program Manager: Ms Eva'ipomana TUUHOLOAKI

Latest appeals

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Tonga - Tropical Cyclone Ian
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5 October 2009
Earthquake Tsunami
Tonga - Information Bulletin no. 1
21 August 2009
Maritime accident
Tonga - Information Bulletin no. 2
6 August 2009
Maritime accident
Tonga - Information Bulletin no. 1
1 April 2002
Tropical cyclone
Tonga - Information bulletin no.2

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