77,000 coffee seedlings have been distributed to farmers in Tanna with training in improved production and coffee processing.
800 people in Tanna received training in financial literacy, business management, disaster awareness and agricultural production.
577 people are members of 24 savings groups. Savings are being used to pay school fees, start small businesses and build community buildings.
72 vulnerable households in Espiritu Santo received essential aid items as part of our emergency response after Tropical Cyclone Harold.
Riel (10), Vanuatu
Thanks to the support of generous people like you and the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, 14 communities on Vanuatu's Tanna Island have experienced transformation through the ADTEG project.
ADTEG was a five-year project that strengthened the household economic resilience for the people of South and South West Tanna. This project increased the production and processing of coffee and other crops, improved food preservation and storage; enhanced families' financial well-being through Savings Groups; and increased communities' awareness and preparedness for natural disasters.
Thanks to your commitment to changing the lives of children and families in Vanuatu, the ADTEG project is now completed, and thousands of lives have been transformed. Thank you.