FIVE families from Semo Village remain at Nabau Village while the rest have moved back to their flood-ravaged village to rebuild their lives.
Villager Taniela Vitau said the homes of the five families were badly damaged by the flood and as a result they've had to prolong stay at Nabau.
He said the villagers were slowly recovering from the devastation.
"These five families come to Semo to clean up their homes and compounds during the day and return to Nabau in the afternoon where they spend the night," Mr Vitau said.
"Their houses were badly affected. They're waiting for the floor to dry before they can move back. Other than that other villagers are slowly rebuilding their lives."
Mr Vitau said one of the major concern was the lack of food because most of their root crops and vegetables were destroyed.
He said food rations were used up.
"We are not sure when the next lot of food packs will reach us," said Mr Vitau.
"We are thankful to our neighbouring villages for donating food and other goods over the past few days. We are not sure if and when government assistance will reach us."
Nadroga provincial administrator Maria Keavali said food rations were distributed by NGOs.
"Food donors have been visiting Semo nearly every day since the flood and the government has also distributed mattresses and other goods.
"The government is closely monitoring the progress in Semo and we're prepared to assist the villagers."