THE final destination of several million dollars donated to the Hong Kong Joint Appeal for Rwanda for vital emergency aid work was revealed yesterday. Out of the appeal's current total of more than $12.7 million, Christine Fang Meng-sang, secretary-general of the Hong Kong Red Cross, said the Red Cross share, plus a separate Hong Kong Government donation of $2 million, was already being put to essential use. Some $3.5 million has been sent to the International Committee of the Red Cross for relief assistance for Rwandan refugees. Food is top of the committee's agenda and the money is being used to feed refugees at a cost of $60 per head for one month. This amount includes supplying one person with 12 kilograms of cereal, 4 kg of beans and 1 kg of vegetable oil every month. A further $1.2 million has been sent to the British Red Cross to part fund a relief flight scheduled to depart from the UK today. On board will be construction materials to build a camp near the Zairean frontier town of Bukavu. Aid agencies in Zaire are expecting a massive influx of Rwandan refugees into Bukavu, a town already sheltering 32,000 people. The plane will be carrying one Land Cruiser vehicle, 6,000 blankets, and 480 rolls of reinforced plastic sheeting, enough to make temporary shelters for about 4,600 families. Red Cross Hong Kong reported that another $600,000 was being used to sponsor a medical/logistics team for one month.