Vanuatu is located in the western South Pacific. It belongs to the Melanesian archipelago and consists of 83 islands (68 of which are inhabited). The official languages are English, French and Bislama. Vanuatu is mainly engaged in the production activities of the primary industry, mostly involving agriculture, and its crops can supply about 65% of the needs of Vanuatu people. In addition, fishing and animal husbandry are also one of Vanuatu’s main economic activities. Tourism is also very important in Vanuatu and is one of the government's sources of fiscal revenue.