Updated January 27, 2011 09:29:45
Thousands of people in Vanuatu face the
immediate threat of hunger and a lack of safe drinking water, two weeks
after Cyclone Vania struck causing widespread damage.
UNICEF says an estimated sixteen thousand
people could be affected.
A joint assessment by the government,
UNICEF and partners reveals just how devastating the situation is.
Most crops have been destroyed and many
families face a difficult six months without adequate food or incomes.
Presenter: Geraldine Coutts
Speaker: Hamish Weatherly, UNICEF Pacific's