Women in Vanuatu’s villages around Efate, Moso and Nguna islands faced the devastating effects of the El Nino drought, and the ongoing recovery following category-five Cyclone Pam in 2015. This exhibition brings to light the risks that climate change presents to Pacific Island women and the issues we share as Pacific neighbours.

This exhibition was directed and recorded by Volunteer Service Abroad volunteers, journalist Fiona Morris and photographer Murray Lloyd as part of their volunteering assignment with UN Women’s Markets for Change project, which is principally funded by the Australian Government and implemented in partnership with UNDP.



Friday 23 Feb –
Sunday 08 Apr

Open Tuesday to Saturday 10am–4pm
Sunday 1–4pm
Monday Closed


Free!


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