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Fiji's plans to rebuild after Cyclone Winston
Sally Round spoke to people in and around Nadi and Lautoka to see how they were coping post Cyclone Winston
Many people are still coping with the trauma of living through the worst cyclone to hit Fiji since records began.
Neroni Raganivatu lives near Rakiraki
Cyclone victims have gathered up tin sheets and even old nails to rebuild. A government rebuild scheme has been announced 2
Pension holders have been allowed to take out emergency funds. They queue for the payout in Lautoka.
Sanjana Devi needs is using up her savings to recover.
Counsellor Salvin Singh says there are high rates of desperation in every village they go to.
Counsellors from Empower Pacific a local NGO helping with pscho-social support after Winston
Many families are still surviving on government rations as crops were devastated during Winston. Recent floods washed away new seedlings
Businesses in Nadi clean up after floods deluged the town
Chandrika Prasad says the April deluge was the last straw for many sugar cane growers
Foreign governments and private companies are among those urged to adopt a school to help with the rebuild
Emergency officials in Viti Levu's west move into gear again for Cyclone Zena
Tourists continue to arrive in Fiji with tourist areas largely escaping major damage
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