We responded to support people with emergency shelter after Cyclone Winston in 2016.

We also looked into the needs of people impacted by Cyclone Yasa in 2020.

Where is Fiji?

Fiji is formed of several islands in the south Pacific Ocean. Other islands nearby include Tonga, Samoa and Vanuatu. The islands are off the east coast of Australia. 

Fiji has a tropical marine climate, with generally warm temperatures. Being in the Pacific Ocean, the islands can be impacted by cyclones. The Fijian government are very worried about the impact of the climate crisis on the islands. The country is particularly vulnerable to rising sea levels, coastal erosion and an increase in extreme weather.

Our work in Fiji

Aerial photo of Cyclone Yasa

Fiji cyclone Yasa

Category 5 Cyclone Yasa ripped through Fiji, bringing flash floods, giant wave surges, powerful winds and forcing thousands to evacuate.

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Woman and boy standing in destroyed house in Fiji

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