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Tuesday, 27 June 2017


FITZROY ROTARY CLUB - OLIVETI CLINIC PROJECT SPONSOR


Fitzroy Rotary Club of Rockhampton city in Queensland, Australia is the Sponsor that will complete the Oliveti Clinic Project. The Leader of the Fitzroy Rotary Club is Barry Tennent. Thank you very much, Fitzroy Rotary Club of Rockhampton city.


For more information see the Oliveti Clinic Project website: www.oliveticlinicproject.org

  

The 100 years anniversary of the first arrival of Seventh-day Adventist church in Lauru Island will be in 2022.  Lauru people have been blessed abundantly with God's grace since the arrival of Adventist message in the Island.  For this reason, as the 100 year Jubilee of Adventist message in Lauru Island is approaching it is time now for us Lauru people to start discussions about 100 Year Celebration of God's grace, glory and power in Lauru Island.  Let us now share our views with each other, our family, our relatives, and our church Leaders how to celebrate 100 year Jubilee of Adventist message in Lauru Island.


  

100 Years Jubilee in Lauru Island - 2022


  

Thursday, 01 June 2017


OLIVETI CLINIC PROJECT SUPPLIES ARRIVE IN HONIARA


The supplies for the Olive Clinic Project arrived in Honiara, from Australia via Sofrana Tourville voyage 208 on 25 May 2017. Pr Hasler Polosivai (District Director of SDA Mission in Choiseul Province) is in Honiara now to ship the supplies to Lauru Island. In the meantime, the Rotary volunteers from Australia are preparing to travel to Oliveti village to complete the Oliveti Clinic Project (Oliveti Rural Health Clinic).


For more stories about Oliveti clinic project, check here: www.oliveticlinicproject.org

  


Friday, 05 August 2016


HARHWARE FOR OLIVETI CLINIC


We received a text message request from Pr Harsler Polosovai on Thursday, 28 July 2016.   Pr Polosovai requested hardware materials to complete the Oliveti clinic project at Oliveti village. Oliveti village is the remotest village in Choiseul Province, Solomon Islands. It usually take 5 - 7 hours of walk to the coast to the nearest clinic. As a result the proposed Oliveti clinic will provide health care for the remotest village in Choiseul Province.


Villagers already started to build the new clinic building, and a staff house. Communities provide labour, and timber for the staff house and the clinic building. There is now a request for hardware materials to complete the Olivetic clinic project.


We are looking for Volunteers who may be either willing to provide hardware materials, or participate in the Olivatic clinic project. Contact us if you want more information about the Olivetic clinic project.


Saturday, 14 January 2017


OLIVETI CLINIC


The Oliveti Clinic Project is progressing. Phase 1 had completed. Now the Phase 2 is in progress. For more information, check the Oliveti Clinic Project website: www.oliveticlinicproject.org


Wednesday, 06 September 2017


PLUMBER'S TRIP


The Rotary Club of Rockhampton Fitzroy Plumber went to Oliveti village on Sunday, 03 September 2017. Some local Lauru Volunteers accompanied the Plumber on the trip. The Plumber went to Oliveti village to complete some plumbing tasks for the Oliveti clinic project. The touring party returned to Taro (Choiseul Bay), on Tuesday, 05 September 2017.


For more information, check the Oliveti Clinic Project website:  www.oliveticlinicproject.org