Rebuild Temotu Health Clinics

$100 donated
Given by 2 generous donors in 16 days

OceansWatch will be assisting the Temotu Province in the Solomon Islands by refurbishing and upgrading their health clinics.

International

WHERE IN THE WORLD?

Temotu is a remote province in the Solomon Islands. Most islands are only accessible by small boat and health services are limited. Temotu Province was severely affected by Cyclone Pam in 2015.

OUR AIM

To help health services in Temotu to build resilience against the effects of natural disasters. We will be helping to refurbish, equip and build the capacity of the staff at Health Clinics.

HOW DO WE DO IT

Through the generous support of volunteers that donate their time and expertise and the use of sailing yachts to transport volunteers, equipment and supplies to the remote communities.

HOW WILL YOUR DONATION BE USED?

Your donation will be used to buy materials such as cleaning products, building and painting supplies and education and medical materials.

HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED

Make a donation here or via our website.

Share this page with your family and friends.

"Like" our facebook page.

Volunteer with us today!

OceansWatch's involvement (page creator)

I'm Chris Bone of OceansWatch and an avid supporter of servicing remote islands of the Pacific to help build capacity and resilience of the local people.

OceansWatch helps communities at the request of the local people to ensure that limited resources are going where they are most needed.

About us

We run expeditions on loaned sailing yachts to remote small islands to assist them with marine and terrestrial ecosystem management, sustainable livelihood projects, environmental education and to build their capacity to handle the problems associated with climate change.

Read more

Latest donations

Trev
Trev on 29 Apr 2016
$50
Tam
Tam on 29 Apr 2016
$50

Who's involved?

OceansWatch's avatar
Created by, and paying to a verified bank account of, OceansWatch (Charity)
Registered Charity
A Registered Charity has legal recognition under the Charities Act 2005.
Page Moderated
The page has been checked by our team to make sure it complies with our terms and conditions.

Want to get in touch with OceansWatch?

Ask a question here

Want to display a QR code that links to this page?

Grab a QR Code

Any concerns?

Report this page
This page was created on 28 Apr 2016 and closed on 15 May 2016.