Klaod Nasara (Cloud Nasara) - Bislama version

Description

Ol aelan blong Vanuatu oli save experiensem ol taem we i drae from El Niño moa wetwet tumas from La Niña. Ol taem olsem, wetem ol kaen weta olsem saeklon i save spoilem wota, kakai, infrastrakja (olsem haos mo rod), laef mo helt blong ol man. Be gudfala infomesen, woning wetem klaemet fokast i save helpem yumi blong save mo mekem ol man i redi from ol had taem we oli stap kam yet.

Klaod Nasara cartoon wetem tul kit hemi save mekem ol man i save  moa wanem ol impact we El Niño mo La Niña i save mekem. Tul kit ia tu hemi  save helpem ol man long ol komuniti, skul, ol ofis blong kavman mo ol bisnis long Vanuatu blong save tokbaot El Niño mo La Niña mo oli save se infomesen ia ofis save karem long office blong Vanuatu Meteorology mo Geo-hazard (VMGD). Hemia blong mekem se komuniti i save wok tugeta wetem difren ofis blong redi from El Niño mo La Niña. Taem yumi save wei blong stap wetem tufala event ia, i mekem yumi redi from klaemet jens.

Klaod Nasara consists of:

KLAOD NASARA TUL KIT:

  • Klaod Nasara tul kit (PDF, 2 MB)
  • Klaod Nasara presentesen [PPT, 10 MB]
  • Ol bingo cad [PDF, 700 KB]
  • Ol pikja cad [PDF, 4.2 MB]
  • ENSO buk blong sekta impak [PDF, 3.2 MB]
  • ENSO Posta [PDF, 3.5 MB]

KLAOD NASARA ANIMATION (Duration 0:06:13, format MP4):

  • Bigfala animation (Bislama) 58 MB
  • Smol animation (Bislama) 12 MB

The Klaod Nasara Animation is also available on Youtube.

Cloud Nasara also comes in a French version and an English version.

Publication Year
2 015
Author(s)
Philip Malsale, Salesa Kaniaha, Rebecca McNaught, Jill Rischbieth, Brad Murphy, Christopher Bartlett and Ula Majewski.
Language
Bislama
Resource Type
Rights Statement
© Copyright pacificclimatechangescience.org. Permission is granted to download the Cloud Nasara animation and screen it in your community or workplace.
Publisher
CSIRO, Bureau of Meteorology
Eucational Resource Type
Subject Strand
Climate Change Topic
DRM Topic
Regional Focus
Utilised In

Cloud Nasara was a collaboration between Red Cross and the Australian Government’s Pacific-Australia Climate Change Science and Adaptation Planning (PACCSAP) Program.