Thousands of people in Vanuatu are preparing for what could be one of the most devastating cyclones in decades.
Charity group UNICEF is ready to respond with emergency supplies as Tropical Cyclone Pam creeps closer to Vanuatu.
Approximately 260,000 people are in the potential disaster zone.
Residents have been stocking up on hardware supplies and chemists and supermarkets are packed with people buying emergency supplies.
UNICEF are advising people to find a strong building to shelter ins such as churches and schools.
Cyclone Pam is expected to hit the capital, Port Vila, tomorrow with winds that could reach 200 kilometres an hour.