Reports identify over half of Vanuatu's population being affected.
These remote communities are in urgent need of emergency water, food, shelter and communications, with 80% of homes destroyed.
Multiple small island groups make this a complicated environment to deliver and distribute humanitarian aid.
In-bound cargo, both sea and airfreight, must be managed with strict protocols to ensure the safety of the people of all Vanuatu.
It is a grim situation with remote communities facing drastic water and food shortages.
There is an urgent need to get to these people, water purifiers, food, shelter kits, hygiene kits and solar lights.
Will you donate to help the supply of humanitarian aid to these vulnerable communities? We are accepting both donations and pledges.
On the ground in Port Vila, Port of Call, managed by Virginia Craig, is actively engaged with the local response and identifying pathways for aid to get directly to these communities. Through NGO, Private and Government connections, she is dedicated to serving the logistical needs of this humanitarian aid effort.
Chloe Morin, Debbie Wood and Kylie DellaBarca are actively supporting the partnership and coordination of these relief aid donations.
100% of donated funds will provide Cyclone Harold relief to Vanuatu through our funding partner - Yachtaid Global (YAG). You can donate to this link below.
Or feel free to email us with a pledge.
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