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Monday, March 27, 2017
provides leadership in the development and maintenance of measures to support communities in reducing their risks and managing the consequences of disasters. Here is their Temotu page: ndmo.gov.sb/index.php/temotu Here are some posts about recent disasters in the province: temotusurf.blogspot.com.au/search/label/Tsunami
Cyclone Pam March 2015 So what is the local hospital in Lata like?
Well, this was what it was like in 2008.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Temotu authorities have received reports of damages in Reef Islands, Tikopia and Anuta.
“According to reports we received from Reefs islands over the weekend all food gardens and food trees were all blown away and destroyed by the heavy rain and strong wind.
“Most of the people only have very little food supply which will last them this week. In two weeks’ time they should run out of food because all their food gardens and food trees were damaged,” Mr Tego said.
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Monday, February 10, 2014
World Vision implemented relief and long term recovery projects to help the families get their lives back to normal. Projects focus on children’s development, providing access to clean water and improved hygiene, and establishing an Emergency Radio project.
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