Rebuild Temotu Clinics

$300 donated
Given by 4 generous donors in around 7 months

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


Our aim is 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 after the devastation of Cyclone Pam. Our project includes painting the interior of the clinics so they can be cleaned easily, insect protection will be added to windows and solar power and lighting will be added. We shall update medical equipment and nursing education to be provided by a visiting Doctor and Midwife. Funds to be raised will cover the expense of purchasing Solar panels and accessories, batteries, inverter,lights, paint, insect protection, education materials, medical equipment.

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.

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George - Eagle River, Alaska
George - Eagle River, Alaska on 15 Apr 2015
Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 15 Apr 2015
A small donation for such a large problem. I only wish I were able to be a part of the voyage to the islands to take part. Just not good on the water! This seems like a wonderful charity and hopefully all $ go to the correct places. Thanks for the effort you put into these islands.
June Bone
June Bone on 13 Apr 2015
Happy to help
Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 12 Apr 2015
Cyclone Pam caused widespread damage in this area and no large international aid focus is bearing here. Help will be greatly appreciated
Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 12 Apr 2015
A great project

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