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The Kapalpal Christadelphian School Project

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23 March, 2015
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Kapalpal school enhances educational opportunities for children in Loanialu
30 November, 2014 The early morning mist hasn’t seriously begun to dissipate when the first students begin to appear at the school. For half an hour or so they amble down the ridge where it is broad and the slope gentle. Or if they are coming up from one of the villages down below then they climb the steep, narrow tr... Read more
Annual Report 2013
29 October, 2014  Our Annual Report for 2013 is now available. Please click here to view it.
Six Years On at the Kapalpal School
29 October, 2014 It takes a moment to register, but the Kapalpal School, on the island of Tanna, is now finishing its 6th year. How the time has flown! It's amazing to consider how it has grown and expanded in that time.   Once solely a primary school, today it offers both primary and secondary classes. ... Read more
Annual School Camp at Kapalpal - 2013
29 October, 2013  In July, 2013,  my children and I were fortunate to be able to travel to a small Island in Vanuatu called Tanna to run the yearly school camp for the Kapalpal Christadelphian Primary School. There were 11 of us in total that went to help with the camp, myself and our three children, Tale... 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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