Non-governmental organisation, Sea Mercy has been one of the first to respond to the most remote maritime communities affected by TC Yasa by delivering emergency food, water filters and medical supplies.
They have 16 vessels in the country and 3 of their yachts are currently based in Yadua Island.
These yachts are being used to provide health care services and to build broken water storage tanks and solar panels.
The team has also reached out to the islands of Yaqaga, Galoa, and Tavea in Cakaudrove and six of their vessels are also at Nukubati.
Since 2012, Sea Mercy's fleet of volunteer yachts have often been the first to arrive on distant remote island communities with aid and assistance following natural disasters.
If you want help Sea Mercy you can contact them on their Facebook page.
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