1. Sea Mercy

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    Sea Mercy is a benevolent program developed for disaster and critical care needs for remote islanders. Sea Mercy is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) charity with a simple vision and mission to “stand in the gap” with a service delivery vessel, trained health care volunteers, support equipment, and critical care services as island nations develop […]

  2. Poanangisu Village Partnership

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    The Paonangisu Village Partnership (PVP) is a partnership between the people of Poanangisu village in North Efate and members of the congregation from North Ringwood Uniting Church in Melbourne, Australia. It commenced in 2013 following a Supporters Tour, organised by Medical Sailing Ministries  (MSM) from North Ringwood Uniting Church.   Discussion amongst the participants of the Supporters […]

  3. Medical Sailing Ministries

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    Medical Sailing Ministries (MSM) began in 2008 in response to the need for medical transport to remote villages in Vanuatu.  MSM currently operates using the 53 foot steel yacht Chimere, on loan from MSM members, Robert Latimer and Barry Crouch.  After much planning and preparation, 2009 was the first year of in-the-field service, with follow-up […]

  4. PCV Health

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    The Presbyterian Church of Vanuatu provides a range of health services in association with the Vanuatu Ministry of Health. Health Services provided by the church are open and available to all Vanuatu people, or Ni-Vans, with services coordinated mostly from the head office in Port Vila where a well equipped eye care and dental clinic […]

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