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Friday
Feb182011

Kavala Health Clinic Project

Ben with Forman Jofeva and Ratucavei

 

Soon Nancy Thompson Mahler the founder/president of Wananavu Kadavu Inc. will be traveling to Fiji to check out the progress on the Kavala Health Clinic.The Clinic is located; Nakasalenka, Kadavu, Fijian Islands. 

While in Fiji Nancy plans on attending Rotary meetings with our project manager Ben Sorensen. Meeting with various people about upcoming projects, seeing old friends and meeting new.

Working at the Clinic has been a pleasure for Ben. Together he works with three differnet villages, and just like the two before he feels right at home.

Here are just a few photos of the project taken by Ben. When Nancy returns back to Utah we'll have many more to share with you.

 

 

 

 One village at a time, together we can...

Tuesday
Nov162010

Tis the season...

Tis the season many of us think about charitable giving. Our work in Fiji is bringing fresh spring water to the families on the island of Kadavu. Whether you are celebrating the holiday spirit or just looking to paying it forward, you can make a difference in the lives of many.

With every donation of $100 or more you will receive a "Wananavu Kadavu~T-Shirt" while supplies last (free shipping within the US).

One village at a time, together we can...

Friday
Jul302010

"YOU" are making it happen...

Our project manager, Ben Sorensen uploaded some photos of  the Navuatu water project we are doing in Fiji.  Please forgive me for making this personal, but Wananavu Kadavu is very personal to me and my family.


Ben Sorensen is my oldest son and I just want you to know how proud I am of him and the work he is doing in Fiji. Little did I know a trip to Fiji would change our lives forever.

Ok, so I'm his mom but that doesn't stop it from being something great. He has invested in Wananavu Kadavu and the people of Fiji. The crew of our 2 projects to date have become family, he lives with them and works with them. So Ben, kudos to you. From now on when I hear "pay it forward" I'll think of Ben, the people who work shoulder to shoulder with you and all those who have believed in us. How easy it would have been to return home to Utah never to look back...  the journey we would have missed.


As I've been looking at his photos of our Navuatu crew, I cried. I'm so proud of Ben, so proud of the work he is doing. He didn't do it alone, our family didn't do it alone, there is no "I" in doing something like this it's "WE". People from all around the world are making it happen, a stranger on a plane, old friends, new friends this wouldn't be happening without "YOU", so vinaka vakalevu, danke schon, merci beaucoup, arigato gozaimasu, obrigada, muchas gracias and thank you thank you thank you!!

Ben and Scott made the decision to stay in Fiji to do this work, we said we'd do our best to make it happen and in the end "YOU" made it happen, together we can make big changes to make our world a better place for all to live.

Every person who has helped make this happen is "Wananavu Kadavu", wananavu means everything is set, that being said we can continue working...



One village at a time, together we can...