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Water tanks and toilets: Rebuilding healthy communities one year after Cyclone Pam
11th Mar, 16 | Posted by Chloe Morrison
Water tanks and toilets: Rebuilding healthy communities one year after Cyclone Pam

One year on since Cyclone Pam struck Vanuatu, Chloe Morrison highlights some of the ways World Vision has helped communities to recover and become more resilient to future disasters.

Turning hope into reality in Vanuatu: three months after Cyclone Pam
12th Jun, 15 | Posted by Chloe Morrison
Turning hope into reality in Vanuatu: three months after Cyclone Pam

Vanuatu has a reputation for being one of the happiest and most resilient countries in the world. Three months after Cyclone Pam, World Vision's Chloe Morrision shares how the people of Vanuatu are moving along the road to recovery.

Life in Vanuatu, one month after Cyclone Pam
15th Apr, 15 | Posted by Chloe Morrison
Life in Vanuatu, one month after Cyclone Pam

It's been just over a month since Cyclone Pam devastated Vanuatu. World Vision's Chloe Morrison shares how the people of Vanuatu are working towards recovery - and how World Vision has been able to help.

Cyclone Pam – you have not destroyed the people of Vanuatu
18th Mar, 15 | Posted by Chloe Morrison
Cyclone Pam – you have not destroyed the people of Vanuatu

It's been five days since Cyclone Pam caused destruction and devastation in Vanuatu. World Vision's Chloe Morrison shares what she has seen as people take stock and begin the hard work of rebuilding.

The wait for Cyclone Pam is over
14th Mar, 15 | Posted by Chloe Morrison
The wait for Cyclone Pam is over

World Vision's Chloe Morrison has spent the night sheltering from Cyclone Pam as it battered the nation of Vanuatu.

Still waiting for Cyclone Pam
13th Mar, 15 | Posted by Chloe Morrison
Still waiting for Cyclone Pam

Vanuatu is currently waiting for the impact of Cyclone Pam - potentially the biggest storm ever to affect the island nation. Chloe Morrison is an Australian living in Vanuatu - she shares what it's been like preparing for the coming storm.