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More emergency supplies including bottled water and medical equipment are being shipped to the areas in Vanuatu worst affected by Cyclone Donna.
A number of vessels were sent to the Torres Islands over the weekend and more ships will depart today, including a French Navy vessel.
National Disaster Management Office director Shadrack Welegtabit said they were utilising stakeholders and humanitarian groups already in Vanuatu to assist...
He said a detailed damage assessment report is due shortly.
“We also have an assessment done for Torres and the assessment team arrived back in Port Vila and we will put together an assessment report and put it together with those people that came back from Torres to do the assessment, and once that report is done, that will be made available,” he said.
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