The first component, road reconstruction and improvement will fund a range of roads works in provinces of Vanuatu that were affected by TC Pam to undertake spot improvements to road assets, such as small road structures and footpaths, and to improve the resilience of road assets.
The second component, school reconstruction and improvement have assessed the extent of damage from TC Pam to more than 70 primary and secondary schools in cyclone affected areas, and have estimated repair costs. Schools received massive damage, mostly in the form of full or partial roof loss, but several buildings were completely demolished;
The third component, public building reconstruction and improvement several public buildings, provincial and national government offices, workshop and associated buildings on TC Pam-affected islands suffered serious damage with partial or total destruction of individual structures or groups of buildings.
The fourth component, project Implementation and technical support carrying out a program of activities designed to enhance the capacity of the recipient for Project management, implementation, coordination, monitoring and evaluation of the Project, such program to include the establishment and maintenance of a Project support team.
The fifth component, contingency emergency response will support preparedness and rapid response to eligible disasters, emergencies, and/or catastrophic events, if needed.