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2008 Tzu Chi Commissioners & Faith Corps Cumulative Chart

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Taiwan subtotal: Commissioner 29,766 people Faith Corps 19,064 people
Overseas subtotal: Commissioner 3,623 people Faith Corps 1,324 people
Global grand total: Commissioner 33,389 people Faith Corps 20,388 people


Country Commissioners Faith Corps
Australia 174 55
New Zealand 47 17
South Africa 126 11
Lesotho 3 10
England 17 0
Austria 1 0
Germany 4 0
Netherlands 2 0
France 7 0
Japan 67 15
China 308 79
Thailand 72 17
Malaysia 574 281
Singapore 112 49
Indonesia 125 31
Philippines 136 41
Vietnam 27 0
Hong Kong 78 14
Jordan 6 3
Turkey 2 0
Brunei 1 1
Taiwan 29,766 19,064


Country Commissioners Faith Corps
USA 1,407 591
Canada 232 104
Brazil 22 4
Argentina 22 0
Paraguay 25 7
Dominica 16 1
Guatemala 6 0
El Salvador 1 0
Saint Martin 3 2


Source: Religious Culture & Humanitarian Aid Department

 

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