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The Vanuatu Interisland Shipping Support Project (IISSP) is a joint partnership between the Government of Vanuatu (GoV), the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Government of New Zealand (GoNZ) through the New Zealand Aid Programme (NZAID) administered by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT). The joint partnership framework for the IISSP will be implemented for a period of up 6 years, from 2012 to 2016. The total value of projects to be implemented under the IISSP is estimated at USD 26.82 million. Both grant and loan financing agreements have been signed and executed as of August 2012 and are summarized as follows; Loan from ADB - USD 10.82 million Grant from MFAT - USD 12.6 million Counterpart financing from GoV - USD 3.4 million
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The boys loading the shipping container for project vanuatu 2010!
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Moana Carcasses Kalosil is the Prime Minister of the small island nation of Vanuatu. He spoke with The Prospect Group about infrastructure development, investment opportunities, and Vanuatu's focus on information and communications technology. Copyright 2013 - The Prospect Group For more information, please visit: http://www.theprospectgroup.com/vanuatu-prime-minister-moana-carcasses-kalosil-economic-growth-infrastructure-development-vanuatu-82025/
"Big Sista" Ferry From Port Vila North To Malekula, Passing By The Maskelynes, Dropping Off At Sakao Island. A Cheaper Alternative To Flying To Lamap. Adjust To The Local Rhythm & Relax En Route As You Pass Epi & Paama Islands. Watch How The Locals Deal With No Wharves. Something Like The Age Of Sail In The 17th Century But In An Aluminium SeaCat. People On Shore Shining Lamps, Ship To Shore Delivery. Watch The Video, You'll Get The idea. Roots But An Adventure. At Malog Bungalows there are several rooms and bed sizes available. Basic WiFi internet connection available. They have a generator and can re-charge all your electronic gadgets: cameras, video gear, phones and laptops. And great meals designed for the Western palette. Kalo Nathaniel, the owner, can also meet you at the airpo...
Jonny Spence, World Vision's global logistics advisor, walks through a World Vision warehouse in Malasia which is sending disaster relief items to Cyclone Pam survivors in Vanuatu. World Vision is shipping, with kind assistance from the World Food Programme (WFP), who are taking advantage of free air freight to Brisbane, Australia, and free shipping to Port Vila, Vanuatu. World Vision's pre-positioned emergency supplies being shipped include 500 cooking sets, 500 hygiene kits, 1,000 mosquito nets, 1,000 collapsible water containers, and 1,000 tarpaulins. These items have been strategically positioned by World Vision's Humanitarian Operations Support team in Subang, Malaysia, by partnering with WFP's Humanitarian Response Depot. Items will be transported by air and by sea from the warehouse...
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The Vanuatu National Housing Company and GRD are set to build new affordable IGStructures on Ifra Island, Vanuatu. An IGS team there getting ready to construct 4 model IGStructures that were sent from the IGS Manufacturing Worldwide facility in Fort Worth Texas, participated in Chief Day. Ifira is one of a few small islands off the coast of Efate and possibly the main conduit for outside trade in Vanuatu.
In the past few months MEND helped the Vanuatu Amputee Association ( VAA) set up a prosthetics and orthotics unit in Vila to start mobilising some of the estimated 5000 amputees there... caused mainly by rampant diabetes. This short film talks about diabetes and a small girl Meriam who now can walk well. We hope lots more amputees get help as the centre reaches out over the many islands in that Pacific country. MEND thanks all the donors of materials, funds and shipping . Rob Buchanan MEND Director www.mend.org.nz
The Vanuatu we think of today is relatively easy to access. Just hop on a plane. Yet even today there are places so remote that if I told you to meet me there next week – you couldn’t. Early explorers discovered these islands by canoe. Basically so do we. The only difference is ours has engines, satellite navigation, first class cuisine, elegant suites and ten crew who will pamper to your needs. Come with us to the most beautiful places I ever imagined and explore some of the last places on this earth.