Although Vanuatu is a popular tourist destination, a lot of the country remains underdeveloped due to the remote locations of many communities. Rural populations have little access to essential services such as health, education, justice and protection. Another issue is the high percentage of children and young people in Vanuatu. This places pressure on communities and adults and exposes children to family breakdowns, violence, abuse and neglect. It also results in a large number of unemployed youth who often turn to crime or bad behavior such as drinking and taking drugs. Vanuatu is susceptible to natural disasters because it is located along the Pacific Ring of Fire where a large number of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur. Floods and cyclones also pose a threat to communities.