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Oxfam NZ to help with water and sanitation in wake of cyclone

Oxfam NZ to help with water and sanitation in wake of cyclone

Updated 20 December 2012, 9:36 AEST

Non-government organisations are swinging into action in Samoa and Fiji to supplement the efforts of the governments to get aid to those in need in the wake of cyclone Evan.

Overseas groups are also hard at work with their local partners.

One of them is Oxfam New Zealand, whose Pacific Program manager, Delores Devesi, says they should be able to help Samoans with some basic assistance with water and sanitation.

Presenter: Bruce Hill

Speaker: Delores Devesi, Pacific Program manager, Oxfam New Zealand

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