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Philippine National Red Cross

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[Philippine National Red Cross] image by Ivan Sache, 22 February 2009

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About the flag

The Philippine National Red Cross (PNRC), founded in 1947, is affiliated to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. It is the follower of the early National Association of the Red Cross, approved on 17 February 1899 by the Malolos Republic. Organized in 1905, the Philippine Branch of the American National Red Cross (ANRC) was officially recognized as a Chapter of the ANRC on 4 December 1917. After the independence of the Philippines, the PNRC Charter (Republic Act No. 95) was signed by President Roxas on 22 March 1947. Approved on 29 March by the ICRC, the PNRC was officially inaugurated on 15 April. Affiliation to the International League (today, Federation) of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies was approved on 17 September 1947.
Source: PNRC website

The flag of the Philippine National Red Cross, as shown as a table flag on a photo of Senator Richard Estrada, Chairman of the organization, is white with the emblem of the organization in the middle:

A full-size flag appears on photos made during the visit of a Chinese delegation to Davao City, available on the PNRC website.

The emblem of the Philippine National Red Cross, as shown on the PNRC website, is a white disk charged with the Red Cross and surrounded by a blue rim charged with the name of the organization in white capital letters.
Ivan Sache, 22 February 2009