You can help … read on.
The Red Cross has labelled the damage caused in Vanuatu by Cyclone Harold (6 April) as more than catastrophic, causing hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of damage with concerns any much-needed help with the recovery will be delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  To give some indication of the effect of this cyclone, on the island of Pentecost it has been reported that 90 percent of dwellings had been destroyed, and a further 20 percent of the population are estimated to be injured.  It is not just property damage that is serious by damage to land, crops and livelihoods.
The cyclone then continued onto the other Pacific nations of Tonga, Fiji and Rarotonga.  Rotary Fiji released on 13 April, 250 ERKs to the Fijian Government Fiji National Disaster Management Office NDMO for Kadavu and Lau and another 73 for the Central Division.
You can help:
Vanuatu-based Rotary Clubs need your financial support through our District 9910 Project account:

**ASB 12-3109-0122080-05**
**ASB Swift Code ASBBNZ2A (for any payments from overseas)**
Please reference "Cyclone Harold" / Name
All of Pacific:
Rotary New Zealand World Community Service is accepting donations
Westpac – Internet Banking 03 1702 0192208 01 Quote Activity 88 
Other options via
Additionally funds are sought for more Emergency Response Kits (ERKs) to replenish stocks used – go to the RNZWCS site or contact the District RNZWCS / ERK representative.