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Portugal

Portuguese Red Cross

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Contact details

Address:

Jardim 9 de Abril, 1-5
1249-083 Lisboa

Contact Information:

Tel: (351) 213 91 39 00/21 39 13 924 (International Department)
Fax: (351) 213913993
Telegram: CRUZVERMELHA
Email: internacional@cruzvermelha.org.pt
Web: http://www.cruzvermelha.pt
Facebook: www.facebook.com/cruzvermelhaportuguesa.sede/?fref=ts

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • National President: Mr Luís Eduardo da Silva BARBOSA
  • Vice-President: Mr Fernando Governo MAIA
  • Vice-President: Prof. Dr. Jorge TORGAL GARCIA
  • Vice-President for International Relations: Ambassador Leonardo DUARTE MATHIAS
  • Vice-President for Social Affairs: Mrs Cristina LOURO
  • Director General: Mr Luís NÉVOA
  • Head Finance Department: Ms Dulce FERREIRA
  • Head Marketing: Mrs Sofia FREITAS
  • Head, International Department: Mr Carlos PIMENTA ARAÚJO
  • Head, Communication Department: Ms Sara SAMPAIO
  • Head Human Resources: Mr Nuno ALBUQUERQUE
  • Head, Social Development: Ms Joana RODRIGUES
  • Head, Restoring Family Links: Mrs Diana ARAUJÓ
  • Head, Volunteering: Mrs Dulce SIMÕES
  • Head First Aid Education and Training: Ms Teresa CARDOSO
  • Head, Youth: Mr Tiago COSTA
  • Operational Co-ordinator for Emergency: Mr Rogério COSTA PEREIRA
  • Legal Affairs: Ms Paula CREMON
  • Head Internal Control: Mr Ricardo COELHO

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