Solomon Islands

Lessons learned from Honiara flash floods in 2014

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It's been a year since flash flooding hit the Solomon Islands capital Honiara, killing 22 people and leaving 9,000 people homeless.

Gardens and livelihoods were destroyed and even today, the recovery process continues.

World Vision's Peter Weston says aid groups are now focusing on teaching locals how to prepare for a disaster.

Presenter: Liam Fox

Speaker: Peter Weston, World Vision quality manager in Solomon Islands

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