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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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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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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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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Nasawa Dispensary, Maewo, Vanuatu

Washed-out clinic lighting, blown bulbs and flickering fluorescent tubes or none at all - does this sound familiar?

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PCV Emma and the President of Vanuatu

When Peace Corp volunteer Emma M was posted to Roromai Primary School in South East Ambrym, little did she know she was destined to make history for herself by being chosen to address the Head of State, Pastor Obed Moses Tallis on the eve of celebrating 28 years of US Peace Corps service in the country yesterday.

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