Aid groups in Solomon Islands are raising concerns a lack of food security is stopping many flood victims returning home from evacuation centres.
Devastating flash floods earlier this month killed 21 people and left thousands homeless.
Food gardens were also wiped out by the flooding or buried in silt.
CEO of NZ aid group Tear Fund, Ian McInnes, says that's seen a 400 per cent increase in the price of food staples in Honiara.
"There's food in the markets, but not enough, so that elevates the price," he said.