Shelter need in Fiji is critical

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Shelter need in Fiji is critical

Habitat for Humanity’s Regional Program Manager, Luke Millar spoke with ABC South West Victoria radio today about the shelter need in Fiji and how Habitat are addressing the issue.

With each passing day, the scale of the destruction caused by Cyclone Winston in Fiji further reveals itself and the situation is critical.

350,000 people have been affected and the number of people in evacuation shelters continues to grow.

Habitat is planning to support 5,000 families affected by the disaster with emergency shelter assistance, but we need your help.

Listen to Luke speak about the situation in Fiji here:

Find out more about our work and Fiji and how we are addressing the emergency shelter needs here.

Please donate today to help families devastated by Cyclone Winstondonate

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