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Australian aid saves lives: http://www.savethechildren.org.au/aid4change Many villages on Vanuatu’s outer islands are isolated and do not have access to basic services like healthcare. Although under-five child deaths have decreased over the past 10 years in Vanuatu, more children still die in rural areas compared with urban areas. Save the Children works with the Australian Government, the Ministry of Health in Vanuatu and communities to set up aid posts in villages that do not have access to health care. We also train and support the ongoing skills development of community volunteers known as Village Health Workers.
Australia is helping Vanuatu to train its health workers, building their skills in areas such as nursing, as well as helping to build its health systems through providing much needed surgical services and equipment. Also, with Australia's support, Australian nurses are able to share their skills, experience and education with their Vanuatu counterparts.
Dr. Raul Schneider is with World Vision in Vanuatu, and is working with survivors of Cyclone Pam. He's a medical doctor and public health professional, and serves as World Vision's health advisor in Vanuatu.
Fighting the spread of HIV in Vanuatu, 'the happiest country in the world' 'Voluntia' follows a group of local Ni-Van volunteers, who are working hard to raise awareness about safe sex. Fighting the spread of STI's including HIV/ AIDs throughout the pacific island communities of Vanuatu. These Volunteer Peer Educators are working with Wan Smol Bag, an NGO which does Theatre, Film, TV, as well as running health clinics, a youth centre and so much more... 'Voluntia' is part of 'Share The Story' Film Festival Saturday 4 December, 2010 Starting at 14:00 Fiji Time and continuing for 24 hours the festival will circle the globe, stopping in the 12 time zones above and inviting discussion from you. visit: http://www.facebook.com/unvolunteers http://www.unv.org http://www.youtube.com/unv 'V...
During September 2011 & August 2012 Jim & Katie Thomsen anchored their sailboat Tenaya in Port Resolution on the remote island of Tanna in Vanuatu. During those months they spent much of the time in the villages. One of the most important events is the Circumcision Ceremony.
This documentary highlights the Kum Pusim Hed Clinik in Vanuatu. This is a drop in centre where young people have access to contraceptives and reproductive health information. The Clinic was designed to address Vanuatu's growing problems with teenage pregnancy, STIs and HIV.
This one starts with the volunteer speeches. The first one was community health, the second one was me, talking on behalf of the education volunteers the education volunteers. Then we did some Vanuatu culture, by giving Calico to and pouring baby powder on the Peace Corps staff.