Solomon Islands Building Project.

In late February 2017, INC Missions and Global Care teamed up to do some construction projects at a Solomon Islands Training Facility. This involved building a new Student Sanitation Block and renovating the Lecturer’s Sanitation Facility. Both existing facilities were over 20 years old and were definitely showing signs of age and neglect. As there is a new intake of students about to take place (March 2017) and a contingent of Pastors from Vanuatu scheduled to use the facility for a month long boot camp training session in June/July(2017), the new Sanitation Block was essential.

The team from Global Care were joined by some of the local guys who together worked in oppressive heat and humidity to get the job done.

Additionally, some educational resources were delivered to a local school, where some of the Global Care team were honoured at a school assembly and then were able to interact with the children, giving them a cross-cultural experience.

Global Care would like to give a big shoutout to Ron and Anne Hartland who returned to the Island Nations of the South Pacific after several years break. Incredibly this amazing couple jumped through all the hoops authorities asked of them in order to take their three foster children to the Solomon Islands with them. So not only are they awesome because they foster children, but they have given these three children an amazing experience. Both Ron and Anne worked tirelessly during their two-week stay in the Solomons. #champions.

The photos tell the story.

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If you would like to give to this project, Please use the following details:-

  • Global Care
  • BSB 704 204
  • A/C No. 01 00 00157
  • Ref: Solomon Islands.

Who is Global Care?

Global Care is an Australian Aid and Humanitarian Organisation that has, over its 23-year history, an impressive track record of getting in the trenches and helping people in need not only in Australia but throughout the island nations of the Pacific and further afield.

If you would like to find out more about Global Care go to globalcare.com.au

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