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Annual Report 2012
12 April, 2013

Check out what we've been up to by clicking this link to read the Annual Report for 2012. Happy reading!

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Annual Report 2011 Hits Newsstands
23 November, 2011 Well, not quite literally, but it's written, reviewed, been put to bed, so to speak, and is now ready for you to read. Why not click this link and get the year-to-date in one place. A word of caution about printing. The version you read is our web-ready version and is meant to be light and portable,... Read more
Nurse Visits Kapalpal School
04 October, 2011  We were fortunate to have a nurse make one of the visits with us. Jeannie brought with her supplies of first aid – bandages, band aids, antiseptic lotions, surgical tape, and a host of other things – and together with husband, Warren, a pharmacist, spent almost all of two weeks attending to a... Read more
Fixing Up and Improving at the Kapalpal School
03 October, 2011  Aside from normal maintenance of the school’s grounds, it seems that wherever the eye moves, there’s an improvement that could be made. For example, Volunteers Steve, Warren and Josh, with Joe Bill, our Groundskeeper and some of the locals recently closed in part of our ‘shelter’ turning it... Read more
Helpful Developments at Kapalpal School, Tanna, Vanuatu
03 October, 2011  With a school of more than 200 students at Loanialu, a cluster of isolated villages in this remote area there is always something to do. Visits by Australian volunteers in 2010 and 2011 provided teacher assistance, student tutoring, help with a host of health issues by a volunteer nurse, new ... 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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