As health volunteers in Vanuatu, it’s not always easy to determine what our role in the communities we serve are but let me show you a picture of the state of health in the Pacific and particularly, Vanuatu.
Last year, Peace Corps Volunteer (PCV) Adam in Siviri, North Efate worked with Pango Green Force (PGF), a non-profit trash removal company, to start waste removal for his community. After many awarenesses and months of work Siviri was able to kick of their trash collection!
Each and every day is a chance to protect and better our planet. Whether they’re an educator, agriculturalist, or environmentalist, Peace Corps Volunteers strive to make a positive environmental impact in their countries of service.
The island of Erromango is blessed to have an awesome Peace
Corps Volunteer like Frances who has worked so hard on her Peace Corps
Partnership Program (PCPP) project along with project chairperson Sarah Nabil.
H. recently completed his SPA project which provided the Endu community
with increased water storage capacity from 1 rain tank to 7 rain tanks of clean
potable water for use when the water
source runs dry or gets damaged during disasters.