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Vanuatu

13 March 2016

One year on from Cyclone Pam Red Cross continues to help communities across the Pacific to build back safer

The impacts of El-Nino event have made it difficult for some communities to recover
Vanuatu braces for coming cyclone season
4 December 2015

Vanuatu braces for coming cyclone season

Red Cross provides supplies to vulnerable communities to maximize the speed of emergency assistance and minimize associated costs.
Cyclone Pam survivors learn safe shelter techniques to prepare for future storms
18 November 2015

Cyclone Pam survivors learn safe shelter techniques to prepare for future storms

8 months on from Cyclone Pam and many families in Tanna are still rebuilding their homes
El Niño brings drought and heightened cyclone risk to Vanuatu
21 October 2015

El Niño brings drought and heightened cyclone risk to Vanuatu

Cyclone Pam caused destruction in Vanuatu, but its impact is being amplified by the current drought.
Making a difference in Vanuatu six months on from Cyclone Pam
12 September 2015

Making a difference in Vanuatu six months on from Cyclone Pam

Red Cross aims to help close to 70,000 people through programmes that support long term recovery
Three months on from Cyclone Pam, every drop of water counts for island communities
11 June 2015

Three months on from Cyclone Pam, every drop of water counts for island communities

Red Cross to work in close partnership with communities to restore and improve local water supply.
Moving from relief to recovery one month after Cyclone Pam
9 April 2015

Moving from relief to recovery one month after Cyclone Pam

Attention shifts towards meeting longer-term needs one month after Cyclone Pam struck Vanuatu
Reconnecting families in Vanuatu after Cyclone Pam
7 April 2015

Reconnecting families in Vanuatu after Cyclone Pam

Red Cross provides Restoring Family Links programme to reconnect families
The challenges of delivering relief to battered Pacific islands two weeks after Cyclone Pam
27 March 2015

The challenges of delivering relief to battered Pacific islands two weeks after Cyclone Pam

Two weeks have passed since Cyclone Pam and two other tropical storms struck the Pacific, bringing destructive winds, heavy rains and tidal surges which caused widespread devastation affecting well over 100,000 people in Vanuatu and four other Pacific nat
When preparedness saved lives
25 March 2015

When preparedness saved lives

The Red Cross played a key role in issuing early warnings before Cyclone Pam struck Vanuatu on March 13.
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