Solomon Islands Annual Report

Solomon Islands is ranked as the sixth most at risk country in the world to natural disasters.1 Solomon Islands has been struck by several cyclones including Tropical Cyclone Pam and Tropical Cyclone Raquel in 2015. Both cyclones exacerbated the impacts from flooding in April 2014, which killed 22 people, washed away houses and destroyed key infrastructure and food crops. Similarly, a strong El Niňo event was experienced in the Paci c in 2015/6, bringing dry conditions, which have led to water shortages, food insecurity and health issues across the country.

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