Nueva Zelanda

Cruz Roja Neozelandesa

Red Cross launches appeal to support flood-affected communities

Red Cross launches appeal to support flood-affected communities

Red Cross prepares for further damage as Cyclone Cook approaches

Kaikoura Earthquake: Engaging communities through Facebook Live

Kaikoura Earthquake: Engaging communities through Facebook Live

Red Cross provides best hygiene practices and water and sanitation techniques to communities affected by New Zealand earthquake

There is no time to think. You have to move

There is no time to think. You have to move

Red Cross helps to support refugee families as they rebuild their lives

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Detalles de contacto

Dirección:

69 Molesworth Street
P.O. Box 12-140
Thorndon
6038 Wellington

Dirección postal:

P.O. Box 12-140
Thorndon
Wellington 6038

Información de contacto:

Tel.: +644-471-8250 / +644-472-3750
Fax: +644-471-8258
Email: International@redcross.org.nz
Web: http://www.redcross.org.nz
Facebook: www.facebook.com/nzredcross

Idioma para correspondencia: English

Personas:

  • Patron, Governor General of New Zealand: Her Excellency The Right Honourable Dame Patsy REDDY
  • National President: Dr Jennifer MCMAHON
  • National Vice President: Mr Jerry TALBOT
  • National Vice President: Mr Mohammed KHAN
  • Secretary General: Mrs Niamh LAWLESS
  • General Manager Corporate Services: Mrs Anne SMITH
  • International and National Emergency Management Officer: Mr Andrew MCKIE
  • Head of International Department : Mr Thomas GURTNER
  • Migration Programmes Manager: Ms Rachel O’CONNOR
  • General Manager Fundraising & Communications: Mrs Alice MONTAGUE


La Federación Internacional de Sociedades de la Cruz Roja y de la Media Luna Roja es la mayor organización humanitaria del mundo, con 190 sociedades miembros. Siendo uno de los componentes del Movimiento Internacional de la Cruz Roja y de la Media Luna Roja, nuestra labor se rige por los siete principios fundamentales: humanidad, imparcialidad, neutralidad, independencia, voluntariado, unidad y universalidad.