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Villagers on Manono island in Samoa during a Red Cross mapping exercise to identify community vulnerability. <br />
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The island has a population of about 5,000 people and 36 families were affected in the recent tsunami, which caused only one death but much destruction of property and livelihoods.<br />
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Villages say they now know what to do if another tsunami comes, thanks to exercises run partly by the Red Cross.

Villagers on Manono island in Samoa during a Red Cross mapping exercise to identify community vulnerability.

The island has a population of about 5,000 people and 36 families were affected in the recent tsunami, which caused only one death but much destruction of property and livelihoods.

Villages say they now know what to do if another tsunami comes, thanks to exercises run partly by the Red Cross.

Copyright Rob Few