Via ReliefWeb, an OCHA report: Vanuatu: Tropical Cyclone Pam Situation Report No. 9 (as of 23 March 2015). Click through to download the PDF. The highlights:
• About 166,000 people, including 82,000 children on 22 islands in Vanuatu are estimated to have been affected by Tropical Cyclone Pam.
• Around 75,000 people are in need of shelter; 110,000 people are without access to clean drinking water.
• Food assistance has been dispatched and has now reached approximately 120,000 people.
• Distribution of shelter kits for approximately 15,000 people is ongoing in the rural areas of Efate Island and has commenced on the Shepherd Islands.
• Initial Rapid Needs Assessments have been completed in all the affected provinces.
• Root crops, which make up at least 80 per cent of the local food source for the entire population, have been significantly damaged across all affected islands.
• Around 166,000 people will require food and assistance in agricultural recovery to sustain their livelihoods.
• All islands in Tafea Province and the outer islands of Shefa Province remain high priority areas for water, food, shelter and health assistance.
• 11* Confirmed fatalities
• 166,000 People affected on 22 islands
• 3,306 People in evacuation centres in Efate 30 Evacuation Centres in Efate
• 75,000 People in need of emergency shelter
• 110,000 People in need of clean drinking water