At Christmas category 5 Cyclone Yasa devastated Fiji and was followed early February by category 2 Cyclone Ana.  Rotary in Fiji instantly became involved in providing relief to the many families suffering devastating loss and damage to property, possessions and in some cases, their livelihoods.  This relief included the distribution of Emergency Response Kits and club care packages along with the identification and planning of building repair projects, mainly for replacing roofs. These pictures show examples of these relief efforts with Labasa Rotary supplying care packages and the before and after of a roof replacement.  The last picture is from Savusavu Rotary distributing care packages.
The Rotary Club of Labasa has through its 'Gift a Roof Project' reached out to 29 house roof projects comprising of 171 individuals to date and are committed to providing more help to the families who were the victims of Cyclone Yasa. 
Rotary New Zealand World Community Service Ltd and District 9920 are still running Appeals to support relief activities.  Rotary clubs in Fiji such as the Labasa Rotary “Gift a roof” project also have their appeals for supporting specific relief projects to provide families with some relief from the often comprehensive loss of possessions and a chance to get back to their normal life.
To support the relief activities:
Labasa Rotary ‘Gift a roof’ – via