More Than 100K Of Vanuatu’s People Lack Access To Clean Water 1 Month After Cyclone, UNICEF Says

Reuters: Almost half Vanuatu people lack clean water, month after cyclone: UNICEF
“More than 100,000 people in Vanuatu have no clean drinking water, a month after a monster cyclone struck the tiny Pacific nation, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said on Wednesday. Two thirds of the archipelago’s water and sanitation infrastructure has been damaged or destroyed and most wells are contaminated, UNICEF said in a statement…” (Mis, 4/22).

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