BONN, Germany (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Cyclone Winston smashed into Fiji last year, killing 44 people and destroying more than a dozen villages, people who found themselves without homes got on boats.

Many headed to Suva, Fiji’s capital, where they moved in with relatives – in some cases relatives they’d been helping pay the rent, with income from the farms and businesses now lost to the storm, said Filipe Nainoca, the director-general of the Fiji Red Cross.

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Source: Thomas Reuters Foundation