Vanuatu: Cyclone Pam School Reconstruction Project
The project was intended to support around 1,200 school children and strengthen the ability of the targeted school buildings to withstand disasters. It was also aimed at providing temporary shelters to communities during disasters. Its envisaged impact was accelerated recovery in Vanuatu’s cyclone-affected provinces. Its expected outcome was the resumption of critical education services with disaster-resilient infrastructure.
This report validated the completion report's assessment of the project. IED overall assessment: Successful.