Vanuatu President fears many made homeless by cyclone, 70,000 children out of schoolA destructive Cyclone has struck Vanuatu and the president of Vanuatu said he fears “the very, very, very worst” impact from a devastating tropical storm in the isolated outer Pacific islands but damage was still being assessed. The first of the aid teams to reach the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu reported widespread devastation and authorities declared a state of emergency after a “monster” cyclone tore through the region. According to reports from the region at least 70,000 children are said to be out of school following the devastation of Cyclone Pam, according to new figures. FULL REPORT