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Steffen Gnatzy – Cooperating in Vanuatu

Published on 3rd March 2015


Steffen Gnatzy – Cooperating in Vanuatu

Steffen was working as Business Adviser at the Office of the Register of Cooperatives and Business Development Services, based in Lakatoro, Malekula, Vanuatu. Read More

Christine Schmidli – Working with Rural Training Centres in Vanuatu

Published on 3rd March 2015


Christine Schmidli – Working with Rural Training Centres in Vanuatu

Christine Schmidli volunteered in Vanuatu from January 2013 to January 2015. She was on assignment as a Curriculum and Training Adviser with the Anglican Church of Melanesia, working with their Rural Training Centres. She was accompanied by her husband and fellow volunteer, Kurt, who worked as a Business and Marketing... Read More

Carolyn Wilson – Boosting tourism in Bougainville

Published on 3rd March 2015


Carolyn Wilson – Boosting tourism in Bougainville

Carolyn was on UniVol assignment as Tourism Project Assistant with the Division of Tourism in Buka, Bougainville. Her assignment picked up where a previous UniVol, Tom Brosnan, left off; another UniVol, Bryn Hickson Rowden, headed out in February 2015 to build further on those foundations. Read More

Sliding slowly into the past

Published on 3rd March 2015


Sliding slowly into the past

Christine Schmidli volunteered in Vanuatu from January 2013 to January 2015. She was on assignment as a Curriculum and Training Adviser with the Anglican Church of Melanesia, working with their Rural Training Centres. She was accompanied by her husband and fellow volunteer, Kurt, who worked as a Business and Marketing... Read More

Chris Delaney – Mediation in Timor-Leste

Published on 27th February 2015


Chris Delaney – Mediation in Timor-Leste

Chris was on assignment from February 2014 to February 2015 as a Mediation Adviser (Land Rights) with Belun in Dili, Timor-Leste. Belun means “friend” or “partner” in Tetun, and is a local NGO set up to bolster civil society and reduce underlying tensions that might lead to violent conflict. Read More

Welcome to Samoa

Published on 25th February 2015


Welcome to Samoa

It is currently at least 29’C, humidity somewhere in the 60% range, and absolutely tipping with rain. Apia is relatively predictable in the wet season. Read More

Marianne Schumacher – Tourism in Samoa

Published on 24th February 2015


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Marianne Schumacher – Tourism in Samoa

Marianne volunteered in Samoa from September to December 2014. She volunteered as a Tourism Adviser to the Samoa Hotels Association and the Savai'i Tourist Association. Read More

New volunteers heading out on assignment - February 2015

Published on 23rd February 2015


New volunteers heading out on assignment - February 2015

Featuring our new volunteers who have headed out on assignment in January and February 2015. Read More

Back in Tarawa

Published on 21st February 2015


Back in Tarawa

After a great holiday in New Zealand I came back to Tarawa on January 26. Read More

A ride and a snack

Published on 20th February 2015


A ride and a snack

My mountainbiking group has been out in force lately. Read More

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