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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
The Australian Defence Force's commitment to humanitarian assistance in Vanuatu after the island of Ambae was evacuated because of a volcanic-eruption treat has officially ended. Operation Vanuatu Assist 2017 was the Australian Defence Force's contribution to a wider humanitarian-assistance and disaster-relief (HADR) mission led by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in support to the government of Vanuatu. The movement of HMAS Choules under VA17 followed a formal request by the government of Vanuatu for Australian support in achieving the full-scale evacuation of Ambae’s 11,000 residents. A Royal Australian Navy MRH90 Taipan helicopter also assisted by delivering representatives from Australia, New Zealand and local government officials to islands throughout Vanuatu to help with t...
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/
The loading and unloading of cargo and passengers is very challenging in Niuafo'ou.
The Cronins travel to Vanuatu for Lyndell's 60th birthday.
HMAS Choules, one of the largest ships in the Royal Australian Navy, arrived in Vanuatu yesterday to help with Operation Vanuatu Assist. Loaded with an Army MRH90 helicopter as well as troops from Australia and Tonga, HMAS Choules is alongside on the island of Espiritu Santo. Over coming days, HMAS Choules' ships company and the ship's army detachment will begin distributing aid to remote areas of the island nation. Approximately 11,000 people were ordered to evacuate the island of Ambae due to the threat of volcanic eruption. Operation Vanuatu Assist 2017 is the Australian Defence Force’s contribution to the whole-of-government response to the volcano crisis. This video is brought to you by CONTACT Publishing – producers of CONTACT Air Land & Sea magazine, the CONTACT fortnightly news...
Car Carrier (Roll-on/roll-off,Ro-ro ship).Name: HOJIN, Operation: NYK Line - Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha, Year Built: 1990, Length x Breadth: 199 m X 32 m, Gross Tonnage: 57871, DeadWeight: 18273 t, Flag: Vanuatu [VU], Call Sign: YJYN8, IMO: 8916267, MMSI: 576151000. at Uraga Channel (Tokyo Bay) Japan.July 26,2013 自動車運搬船・ＲＯ－ＲＯ船「豊神」、運航：日本郵船、船籍国：バヌアツ。 浦賀水道を航行中（東京湾）２０１３年７月２６日
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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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ActionAid, with the logistical support of Greenpeace’s most famous ship, The Rainbow Warrior, and at the invitation of the Vanuatu Government, are delivering much needed supplies to the South Pacific island nation of Vanuatu. Cyclone Pam hit the islands of Vanuatu on the 12th March, killing 11 people and destroying 96% of the countries food crops. ActionAid works directly with women in post-emergency situations to ensure their specific safety and protection needs are met. With a little help from our friends at Greenpeace Australia Pacific, ActionAid held an event on Sunday 3rd May to mark a pretty amazing day. We invited supporters to bring along much needed supplies to pack into shipping containers that will set sail aboard the #RainbowWarrior, including 97 solar torches crowdfund...
Cruising towards the ship
4 days in Vanuatu in a 2 minute video
Reefer Ship. Name: VICTORIA, Owner: Kobe Shipping (Kobe, Japan), Manager: Kobe Shipmanagement (Kobe, Japan), Built: 1996, Builder: Kanasashi Heavy Industries (Shizuoka, Japan), Length: 91.48 m x 14.5 m, Gross Tonnage: 2717 t, DeadWeight: 3050 t, Flag: VANUATU, Home port: PORT VILA, IMO: 9140097, MMSI: 576420000, Call Sign: YJQE9. Underway at Uraga Channel (Tokyo Bay) Japan. July 13,2015 冷凍・冷蔵船「ＶＩＣＴＯＲＩＡ」 所有：神戸シッピング（兵庫県神戸市灘区）、 運航：神戸シップマネージメント（兵庫県神戸市灘区）、 竣工：１９９６年、造船所：カナサシ重工（静岡県静岡市清水区）、 船籍国：バヌアツ、船籍港：ポートビラ。 リーファー船が航行中・浦賀水道（東京湾） 撮影日：２０１５年７月１３日
A daytime port stop in Port Vila, Vanuatu during our South Pacific cruise onboard Royal Caribbean's Legend of the Seas. After the ship's berthing and customs clearance, we took a water taxi to the downtown area for some shopping and a coffee break in a local cafe. The video shows the refurbished undercover marketplace in action. This structure was destroyed during the major cyclone which devastated Port Vila in recent times.