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Volunteer comings and goings

Check out who has returned to New Zealand over the past three months and the latest group of volunteers heading out on assignment.


John and Jenny Spencer – conservation in PNG

Published on 10th April 2014


John and Jenny Spencer – conservation in PNG

John and Jenny Spencer volunteered at the Wide Bay Conservation Association (WBCA) in Kokopo, Papua New Guinea. Read More

Mereana Mills – Strategic Development Adviser Department of Tourism, Republic of Vanuatu

Published on 10th April 2014


Mereana Mills – Strategic Development Adviser Department of Tourism, Republic of Vanuatu

Mereana volunteered from 2010 to December 2013 at the Vanuatu Department of Tourism, firstly as Tourism Business Adviser and, in her final year of assignment, as a Strategic Development Adviser. Read More

Suzanne Dally – Handicrafts in Tonga

Published on 17th March 2014


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Suzanne Dally – Handicrafts in Tonga

Suzanne volunteered as a Handicrafts Training Adviser at Langafonua Handicrafts Gallery in Tonga from February 2013 until February 2014. She worked with staff to run children’s programmes, renovate the shop and help update merchandise. Read More

Wayne Mills – Prosecutions and processes in Vanuatu

Published on 6th March 2014


Wayne Mills – Prosecutions and processes in Vanuatu

Wayne volunteered from 2010 to 2013 as a Systems Strengthening Officer at the Vanuatu State Prosecutions Department and in the final year on an offender diversion project. Read More

David Walters – teaching in Bougainville

Published on 5th March 2014


David Walters – teaching in Bougainville

David Walters worked as a teacher at Arawa High School in Bougainville from February 2012 to December 2013. He was accompanied by his wife, Pam. Read More

New volunteers heading out on assignment - February 2014

Published on 25th February 2014


New volunteers heading out on assignment - February 2014

Featuring our new volunteers who have headed out on assignment in January and February 2014. Read More

Sarah Gwynn – supporting cricket in Samoa

Published on 21st February 2014


Sarah Gwynn – supporting cricket in Samoa

In 2013 Sarah went on a 10-month UniVol assignment as a Financial Systems Assistant with the Samoa International Cricket Association (SICA). SICA is the national cricket body in Samoa and their mandate is to promote the sport of cricket and encourage healthy lifestyle through participation in sport. Read More

Paul Bedggood – Supporting healthy communities in Bougainville

Published on 10th February 2014


Paul Bedggood – Supporting healthy communities in Bougainville

Paul spent 10 months in Arawa, Bougainville, on UniVol assignment in 2013. He worked at the Bougainville Healthy Communities Programme (BHCP) as a Monitoring and Evaluation, and Communications Assistant. Read More

Rosie Paterson – Working with community agencies in Papua New Guinea

Published on 7th February 2014


Rosie Paterson – Working with community agencies in Papua New Guinea

Rosie was a UniVol in Papua New Guinea in 2013, working as Projects Assistant for the Catholic Archdiocese of Rabaul (CADR) in Kokopo. Read More

Phil Dolby – Building for good health in Papua New Guinea

Published on 7th February 2014


Phil Dolby – Building for good health in Papua New Guinea

Phil Dolby was on a three year assignment from June 2010 until October 2013 as Management Adviser to the Catholic Archdiocese of Rabaul, Kokopo, Papua New Guinea. Phil was working with the Archdiocese to manage the build of two new accommodation blocks for nurses at St Mary’s Hospital. Read More

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