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Antigua & Barbuda National Society

  • Antigua & Barbuda Hurricane Preparation

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    The Bendals Community are now equipped with boxes of emergency supplies courtesy the Antigua & Barbuda Red Cross.

    Red Cross Deputy Disaster Coordinator Charlesworth Jarvis presented these items to President of the Bendals Community Group Jason Stevens for the community to use in the event of a disaster.

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  • Antigua & Barbuda First Aid

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    Residents of Antigua & Barbuda will soon have available to them new and revived Health and Safety services from the Antigua & Barbuda Red Cross.

    This week, representatives from National Societies across the Caribbean gathered together to review the quality of customer services offered and conceptualise a personalised business plan for each society.

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Antigua and Barbuda gained independence from Britain in 1981 but remains a part of the British Commonwealth. About half of the country’s population is concentrated around the capital city.

The two islands of Antigua and Barbuda cover an area of 443 square kilometres, consisting mostly of low-lying costal areas with some volcanic mountain ranges. The climate is tropical and temperatures vary little from season to season. The islands are susceptible to hurricanes, particularly during the hurricane season from July to October and have experienced periodic droughts.

The capital city of Antigua and Barbuda is St. John’s. The two islands are divided into six parishes and two dependencies. The government is a constitutional monarchy headed by Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer who was elected in the last general elections held on March 12th 2009. Queen Elizabeth II is the Head of State.

Contact The Antigua & Barbuda Red Cross

Old Parham Road
St. John's
Box 727
ANTIGUA & BARBUDA, W.I.

Tel: +1 (268) -462-0800, 1-268-460-9599
Fax: +1 (268)-460-9595
Email: redcross@candw.ag


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