Vanuatu

Stella (left) and Chantal wait for their turn to get a voucher. Efate, Eton Village, Vanuatu. Credit: Groovy Banana/OxfamAUS

Blog: Embracing the spirit of Vanuatu, 3 months after Cyclone Pam

Three months after Cyclone Pam struck on March 13, 2015, Oxfam's Country Director in Vanuatu recounts the amazing spirit of the people there, and how Oxfam has provided life-saving emergency aid to more than 21,000 people in more than 50 communities on three islands.

Oxfam delivers hygiene kits, Ambrym Island, Vanuatu. Photo: Amy Christian/Oxfam

Blog: Journey to Ambrym: Oxfam aid delivery in Vanuatu

In the aftermath of Cyclone Pam, Oxfam distributed hygiene kits to the most affected families in the east of Ambrym Island, one of the islands in Vanuatu, and also to carried out an assessment of people’s needs since the cyclone hit.

Oxfam distributes hygiene kits, Vanuatu, 20 March 2015. Photo: Amy Christian/Oxfam

Blog: The strength of the human spirit after Cyclone Pam slams Vanuatu

Amy Christian, Oxfam Communications Coordinator joined the Oxfam emergency response team in Vanuatu as they began their first distribution of hygiene kits in the aftermath of Cyclone Pam.

Tropical Cyclone Olwyn, Nathan and Pam and Tropical Depression 3 March 11 2015. Image: http://bit.ly/tropical-cyclones

Blog: In the wake of Cyclone Pam, will the world’s new disaster risk reduction deal be an empty promise?

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Cyclone Pam hits Vanuatu. Photo: Isso Nihmei/ 350.org

Blog: Cyclone Pam: Eyewitness report from Oxfam Country Director in Vanuatu

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Photo: Cyclone Pam hits Vanuatu, via 350 on Flickr

Blog: Vanuatu’s impassioned plea at Sendai – why the world needs to take bold action on disaster risk reduction

This morning, the World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) opened in Sendai, Japan. His Excellency Mr. Baldwin Lonsdale, the President of Vanuatu delivered an emotional opening statement, a wake-up call for the international community - the current status quo in disaster risk reduction efforts is failing the world’s most vulnerable nations and communities.

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