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March 17, 2015

UN Relief Agencies Ramp up Support to Cyclone-Hit Vanuatu as Country’s President Appeals for Assistance

March 17, 2015 — Amid reports that powerful Cyclone Pam has impacted at least half the population of Vanuatu, the country's President, attending a United Nations conference under way in Japan aiming to reduce disaster risk, appealed for international support in anticipation of large-scale needs. "Vanuatu is used to disasters but the indications are that Cyclone