Food, glorious food

I recently spent time with communities on a remote island in Vanuatu. It’s been almost a year since these communities lived through the worst cyclone they could remember. Recovery has been tough, and many families are still living in shelters covered with tarpaulins. But the gardens are growing well again, and there is plenty of food. P2030208P2030220P2030313P2040431

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