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Red Cross gets prepared for disaster

Tuesday 17 October 2017 | Published in Local

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Red Cross gets prepared for disaster
Cook Islands Red Cross Society staff (from left) secretary general Fine Tuitupou-Arnold, community based health coordinator Courtney Raita, society's disaster management coordinator Mata Hetland disaster management coordinator Tabitha Berg, fi nance offi cer Maria Maoate, communications offi cer Matariki Wilson and First Aid coordinator Patience Vainerere after their alternative Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) set up training on Friday in the Turangi Valley. 17101607

With cyclone season fast approaching and experts predicting between 8 and 10 cyclones for the Pacific Region, the Cook Islands Red Cross Society is taking no chances and is getting disaster-prepared.

With cyclone season fast approaching and experts predicting between 8 and 10 cyclones for the Pacific Region, the Cook Islands Red Cross Society is taking no chances and is getting disaster-prepared.


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