Regional Pacific Food Security Cluster supports Vanuatu Food Security and Agriculture Cluster's Ambae volcano response
|Post date||Monday, 3 September, 2018 - 04:05|
|Group this content belongs to||Regional Pacific Food Security Cluster|
On 12 August 2018, the World Food Programme (WFP) Regional Pacific Food Security Cluster Coordinator deployed to Vanuatu for a two week period, supporting the Vanuatu Food Security and Agriculture Cluster’s Ambae volcano response operations on Maewo island and in response to a request from the Vanuatu Ministry of Agriculture.
During the deployment, the Coordinator conducted a rapid food needs assessment. The assessment will support the Vanuatu Cluster’s intermediate and long-term planning, for activities on Maewo engaging both host communities and evacuees.
The assessment results will be available in early September 2018.
Image shows Vanuatu Ministry of Agriculture, Agricultural Officer, Andrew (centre), and Regional Pacific Food Security Cluster Coordinator, Jone (right), interviewing two male-headed households (left) as part of the rapid food needs assessment.