Vanuatu risks long-term food insecurity after monster cyclone: UN

Reuters: The monster cyclone that hit Vanuatu earlier this month wiped out more than 90 percent of the archipelago's crops, putting its people at risk of a secondary emergency and long-term food insecurity, the United Nations warned on Monday. Tropical Cyclone Pam destroyed homes, electricity infrastructure and crops when it swept across the South Pacific island nation on March 13, leaving at least 11 dead. The United Nations issued an appeal last week for $29.9 million to provide an estimated 166,000 affected......

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