News - Vanuatu
26 May 2015
The Australian Government has committed an extra $35 million of aid to help with the cyclone recovery effort in Vanuatu. Infrastructure in the country was badly damaged by Cyclone Pam, which...
30 Apr 2015
As the recovery effort continues in Vanuatu, the United Nations Development Programme is promoting a cash-for-work programme designed to provide immediate assistance for those without any...
30 Apr 2015
More than 14,000 children in Vanuatu remain without access to education more than a month after Tropical Cyclone Pam struck the Pacific archipelago, the United Nations says. The category five...
23 Apr 2015
Thousands of children affected by the devastation of last month’s Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu are slated to receive new birth certificates through a United Nations-supported campaign, the UN...
10 Apr 2015
Efforts to rebuild Vanuatu's infrastructure and housing in the wake of Cyclone Pam's destruction will begin soon, a New Zealand aid worker says. Head of the New Zealand Disaster Relief Forum,...
7 Apr 2015
A scheme allowing seasonal workers into New Zealand should be extended to hundreds more people from Vanuatu to provide much needed income in the wake of tropical cyclone Pam, Labour says. Labour...
31 Mar 2015
30 March 2015 – Two weeks after Tropical Cyclone Pam struck Vanuatu, the United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator for the archipelago on a tour through one of the most severely affected...
24 Mar 2015
The United Nations (UN) children's agency, UNICEF, is delivering essential supplies to children who need them most in Kiribati, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu and Vanuatu despite logistical challenges...