Last Updated on May 14, 2020 by admin
National Flag of Vanuatu was adopted on February 18, 1980. Kalontas Malon designed this Vanuatu’s national flag.
Technical Specifications of Vanuatu’s Flag:
- Adopted: February 18, 1980
- Proportion: 19:36
- Designer: Kalontas Malon
- Design: flag of Vanuatu. National flag consisting of horizontal stripes of red and green separated by a black hoist triangle and a horizontal yellow Y-shape.
What do the Colours of the Vanuatu’s flag stand for?
- Yellow: symbolizes sunshine [peace and enlightenment brought by Christianity, fide Talocci.
- Green: the richness of the islands [all the islands of the archipelago, fide Talocci.
- Red: is symbolic of blood [blood of sacrificed boars, power of traditions, and men’s blood, fide Talocci.
- Black: is for the Melanesian people [not explained by Talocci.