Greetings from Medical Sailing Ministries, It’s short notice, but for those who will be in Melbourne this coming Friday night, a special evening of Friendship, Fun and Fellowship is being planned to coincide with the visit of Pastor Tasale from the village of Paunangisu, which is about one hour’s drive north of Port Vila and […]
Thursday 5 October 2017 Waterfront seawall, Port Vila The “Supporters Tour” begins tomorrow. What’s that I hear you say?! In keeping with past tradition and in conjunction with our friendly travel agent Ari, we have organised a 10 day holiday package that is both a fund-raiser for Mission 2017, but also a chance for […]
Sunday 11 June 2017 Paunangisu village, North Efate With three crewmembers flying home to Australia this morning (Cam, Rob Lott & Josh) and Martin on a “relaxation break” up on Pele Island it was only natural that Peter and I would head to Paunangisu in North Efate to attend church and be reacquainted with longstanding […]
First they get the BEST Public toilet, now a police prison cell. Interesting article about Paunangisu and North Efate … http://dailypost.vu/news/north-efate-to-have-a-remanding-cell-after-years/article_9f96d9ae-c84e-5957-9b11-7ddb1c57a77a.html
Greetings from MSM … Who would have thought the opening of the Paunangisu village public toilet would make it onto the BBC News website? Not me that’s for sure. Read into it what you like, but if we can just secure the Queen’s official endorsement we might change the toilet’s slogan to something like “Royal […]
Greetings, as highlighted in the recent MSM Member Update newsletter the website for the BEST Public Toilet in The South Pacific is now up and running Here’s the link … http://bestpublictoilet.org/ As the slogan says … “It’s the place to GO when you need to GO” At the moment the village are busy completing […]
We hope you enjoy the latest Medical Sailing Ministries Update newsletter, featuring the start of the actual building of the freshwater and toilet project in the village of Paunangisu. These are exciting times in what is otherwise a rather quiet part of rural Vanuatu.
Also attached, again primarily for those in Melbourne, is an invitation to a re-run of the widely successful 60s Music Night, that was held back at the start of October.
For those in Melbourne this week-end and looking for a fun gig on Saturday night (3/10) don’t forget the 60s Music Night, in support of solar power for the Vanuatu toilet’s lights and pump.
The container is now in Port Vila and will soon be transported to the village of Paunangisu The work party arrives on Sun 18 October and will head up to the village the next day for an official Welcome & Sod-turning Ceremony. The local village volunteers and PVP committee have everything ready for a smooth […]