Fiji Red Cross Society

The Red Cross Movement was founded in 1863 by Swiss businessman Henry Dunant, who witnessed the horrors of war and wanted to create an organization dedicated to the protection of human life and dignity during times of conflict. Today, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement is the largest humanitarian network in the world, with over 17 million volunteers and staff working in 192 countries. The Red Cross provides crucial assistance to people affected

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Celebrating International Women’s Day; Ragigia Dawai

08 Mar 2024

#IWD2024| Sitting across from our Director General (DG), Ragigia Dawai, it’s hard not to be struck by her commanding presence and unwavering focus. She exudes confidence and determination, traits that...
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Celebrating International Women’s Day; Patricia Wong

07 Mar 2024

Today, we shine a light on Patricia Wong, a familiar and beloved figure on Ovalau Island. Affectionately known as Aunty Pat, she has dedicated over a decade of her life...
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Celebrating International Women’s Day; Win Shein

06 Mar 2024

In September 1988, Win Shein and her husband, Dr. Mon, moved from Yamar, Burma, to Fiji. This decision not only transformed their lives but also led them to deeply engage...
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