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25 March 2015
UNICEF has revised its international Cyclone Pam humanitarian appeal, announcing on Tuesday that NZD$6.3m (USD$4.8m) is now required to meet the immediate needs of children in the Pacific. This includes around 82,000 children – about two thirds of the children – in Vanuatu. UNICEF... Read article
23 March 2015
A week after the Category 5 Tropical Cyclone Pam hit the Pacific Islands, access to water, sanitation... Read article
20 March 2015
While the full scale of the catastrophe is yet to emerge, we now know that 82,000 children... Read article
16 March 2015
Donate : www.unicef.org.nz/vanuatu UNICEF New Zealand has launched... Read article
14 March 2015
Super Tropical Cyclone Pam smashed into Vanuatu late last night and early this morning following initial... Read article
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