Fiji's Prime Minister says he is concerned about children still living in tents and poor housing, due to a lack of building materials.
Frank Bainimarama was talking to a group in Labasa on Vanua Levu and said some children are not even in tents, but in "broken down buildings".
He said there was not enough hardware in the stores in Fiji to build the schools and homes that are needed, but he said companies and aid funds are on standby to build them once the materials arrive.
Save the Children's Andrew Johnston who has just returned from Fiji said he was concerned that many would not be rebuilt in time for the upcoming cyclone season.
"In their houses as well they don't have roofs, they're still under tarpaulins in a lot of places. Some of the places we saw, so many people were, almost 80 percent of people were still under tents," he said.