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Coca-Cola donates $50,000 to assist Fijians affected by TC Yasa and Ana

Coca-Cola donates $50,000 to assist Fijians affected by TC Yasa and Ana

By Naveel Krishant
Friday 19/02/2021
Coca-Cola Amatil Fiji and Coca-Cola Oceania have donated $50,000 to the Fiji Red Cross Society. Photo: Fiji Red Cross Society

Fijians who have been affected by Tropical Cyclones Yasa and Ana can expect more assistance after Coca-Cola Amatil Fiji and Coca-Cola Oceania have donated $50,000 to the Fiji Red Cross Society.

Coca-Cola Amatil Fiji General Manager – Pacific Islands, Roger Hare says Fijians are stoically recovering from Tropical Cyclone Yasa and Tropical Cyclone Ana but need further assistance.

Hare says this donation will assist the Red Cross Society to set up water tanks for communities after the cyclones destroyed homes and buildings as well as crops and livestock.

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Photo: Fiji Red Cross Society

Fiji Red Cross Society Director General Ilisapeci Rokotunidau, acknowledged Coca-Cola Amatil Fiji and Coca-Cola Oceania for their support in the humanitarian efforts underway to address the needs of communities affected by TC Yasa and TC Ana.

She says this assistance will help them address the different needs of a large number of people still requiring assistance in Vanua Levu following the devastation of TC Yasa and TC Ana.

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