Cyclone Pam Response in Vanuatu: UNFPA Humanitarian Update #7, 1 April 2015

Publication Date: April 2015
Author: UNFPA Pacific Sub-Regional Office


As part of the Vanuatu Flash Appeal launched on 24 March 2015 in Port Vila, seeking US$29.9 million for humanitarian operations for the next 3 months, UNFPA received an initial allocation of CERF funds for $225,000 of the total requested $680,000. This will meet the life saving sexual and reproductive health and protection needs of women and young girls.

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