Vanuatu

Stories from Vanuatu

Every Peace Corps Volunteer has a story to tell. Read stories from Volunteers about what it's like to live and work in Vanuatu.

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Desalination plant

One of the biggest celebrations that ever took place on Uripiv island was during the launching of a Desalination Water project on September 14, 2018.

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IWG handing over donation to Peace Corps Volunteer and Director

This year Peace Corps Vanuatu has been recipients to a number of donations of brand new sewing machines, rolls of calico, threads and scissors from the International Women’s Group (IWG).

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Solar powered water pump

I (Belinda, Program Manger - Literacy Project) had a wonderful opportunity to visit Annalisa B. at, Nofo Junior Secondary School on Emae a few weeks ago. 

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Village men digging trench to lay water pipes

Aaron 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. 

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Angela_2

Angela K is currently serving in South East Ambrym. Do not be deceived by Angela’s quiet demeanor – she has been a very productive and busy volunteer. 

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Adam S

Peace Corps Health Volunteer Adam S arrived on Siviri Village, North Efate, on July 3 2017. Shortly after his arrival, Adam realized that the people at Siviri were very open and like to laugh. 

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Resource Room

PCV Vanna K is currently serving at a school in South Santo. This year at her school, she began transforming an unused space into a resource room.

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Sergio's Library Project - Launching

Indeed, a success story for Sergio and his community to have finally completed the Uripiv School Library. 

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