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Donated Playground Surprise
20 January, 2017 The students and teachers of Kapalpal school have been on holidays and returned to the school year on Monday 13 February 2017. Over the January break a few volunteers were able to install some playground equipment that a local Australian council donated to the school. As you can ... Read more
Excited smiling faces - all 300 of them
04 August, 2016 We took off with the dirt roads causing dust behind us, and as we drove past lush green vegetation, as children and families waved and called hello. There was lots of laughter, photos and video that was taken, until 30 minutes later we stopped at the main town of Lenekal to stock up on fresh fruit/v... Read more
Food Assistance at Kapalpal School
08 January, 2016 `In the wake of Cyclone Pam back in March 2015, Tanna was devastated. Aside from one or two of Vanuatu’s really small islands which also were directly in Pam’s path, Tanna fared worst. Mauled by the 280-kph winds, Tanna was stripped bare of vegetation. Most villagers lost their homes. Worse, their... Read more
Tragic Loss
17 December, 2015 Bethezer has lost a close friend in a tragic, work-related accident in Brisbane, Australia. Brother Chris Powell was a long-time supporter of the Kapalpal School on the island of Tanna, in Vanuatu. A man with a big and generous heart, he felt very strongly about and was involved in the work of educa... Read more
Unexpected benefits from helping others
21 September, 2015 I am Natasha from Brisbane, in Australia. I am a nurse and midwife and I have just spent about 3 months on Tanna, Vanuatu at the Kapalpal school and clinic near the village of Loanialu. I also did shifts in town at the Lenakel Hospital. God worked in amazing ways while I was on Tanna, providing ever... Read more
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You will find the most breathtaking Banyan trees on Tanna. In fact the Island claims to be home to the World's largest Banyan Tree! Mount Yasur is an easily accessible active volcano, and is a major Vanuatu tourist attraction, but has devastating affects on the local areas. On Tanna a bath or shower is called a swim, usually in a spring, with a bucket or under a tap.
Beautiful Tanna 1 Misty Day Dotted around Tanna Island are peoples cows, getting fat ready for market day.
Tree House The Kapalpal School is high on the ridge. Tanna is covered in dense jungle with clearings for the villages and the kids soccer matches.
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