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Emergencies Appeal

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Currently, UNICEF is monitoring the situation in Vanuatu where a category 5 tropical cyclone made landfall on Friday night with winds of up to 265km/h and torrential rains placing 260,000 people at risk.
Communities in Vanuatu have awoken to devastation caused by Cyclone Pam (pictured above).

UNICEF teams are assessing the damage and the needs of children and families but they say the people of Vanuatu have never experienced a storm like this, and they fear a catastrophe.

The extent of the devastation caused by Cyclone Pam will become clearer in the hours and days to come. Your donation today will be used to respond to emergencies throughout the world, wherever the need is greatest.

What can you do?

UNICEF urgently requires your support to protect children during emergencies. Even the smallest amount can make a huge difference.
  • could provide enough measles vaccines to protect 200 children from this disease
  • enough for 225 sachets of therapeutic food, bringing children back from malnutrition and saving lives.
  • to help 10 families collect, store and treat water, so clean and safe water is always accessible.
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