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Cyclone Pam

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On Sunday 15 March 2015, residents contend with storm damage in Mele village, on the outskirts of the capital Port Vila in Vanuatu. Tens of thousands of children are in urgent need of assistance in Vanuatu after tropical Cyclone Pam ripped through the isl

On the evening of 13 March 2014, Tropical Cyclone Pam intensified into a Category 5 storm and hit Vanuatu, including the capital Port Vila. In addition to Vanuatu, the disaster has affected three other countries – Tuvalu, Solomon Islands and Kiribati. The storm caused significant damage, particularly in the central and southern parts of Vanuatu, which is most affected. The most urgent needs is WASH, Education, Health and Nutrition, and Child Protection. 

Press Releases

UNICEF on Standby to Assist Government of Vanuatu as TC Pam approaches Vanuatu

60,000 children in need of immediate assistance after Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu; at least 72,000 out of school

UNICEF ships emergency supplies for Cyclone-affected children in Vanuatu  

Measles prevention campaign gets underway in Vanuatu, with support from UNICEF and WHO

UNICEF to send emergency supplies for cyclone-affected children and families in Tuvalu 

UNICEF reaching children affected by Cyclone Pam on remote Pacific islands

Cyclone Pam: New appeal for children amid critical funding shortfall - UNICEF

UNICEF education assistance to reach 30,000 affected school-aged children in Vanuatu but big challenges remain.

UNICEF responds to the needs of children emotionally affected by Cyclone Pam 

Joint Press Release: OFC and UNICEF join forces in support of the Pacific Cyclone Appeal

Young people play important role as peer counselors for psychosocial recovery after Cyclone Pam

FIFA, OFC make generous donation to UNICEF


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Blogs

Super Cyclone Pam: Rebuilding process begins

Super Cyclone Pam: Little left behind

Super Cyclone Pam: We don't have anything left

Super Cyclone Pam: Vaccines for the most vulnerable

Super Cyclone Pam: Food stock damage ‘devastating

Super Cyclone Pam: Clean water for the most vulnerable

Super Cyclone Pam: Volunteers helping get school kits to children

Super Cyclone Pam: An uncertain future

Super Cyclone Pam: Water relief for days-old Jeremiah

Super Cyclone Pam: Ensuring life-saving supplies get to those in need

Cyclone Pam interrupts lives and creates a heavy load for girls.

Cyclone Pam affects everyone in the family


Cyclone Pam Humanitarian Situation Reports

Situation Report 1 

Situation Report 2

Situation Report 3

Situation Report 4

Situation Report 5

Situation Report 6

Situation Report 7

Situation Report 8 

Situation Report 9

Situation Report 10

Situation Report 11

Situation Report 12

Situation Report 13

Situation Report 14 

Situation Report 15

Situation Report 16 

Situation Report 17

Situation Report 18

Situation Report 19

Situation Report 20

Situation Report 21

Situation Report 22

Situation Report 23

Situation Report 24


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