A combined project of the Rotary Clubs of Caloundra Pacific, Caloundra and Sydney Cove under The Rotary Foundation's Global Grant 1417603.  
This project brought clean drinking water and sanitation to schools, the hospital, nurse aid posts and communities in remote areas of the Solomon Islands: Sassamunga (Choiseul Province), Bibolo (Ghizo Island), Suparto (Vella La Vella Is.), Pienuna (Ranongga Is.), Vonunu (Vella La Vella Is.), Mburi (Ranongga Is.), Vori Vori (Ghizo Is.)
Gizo is the capital of the Western Province and is the second largest town in the Solomon Islands and is relatively developed compared to other settlements in the general area.  Gizo is situated on Ghizo Island approximately 380 kilometres west-northwest of the capital of the Solomon Islands, Honiara.
The Rotary Club of Gizo was responsible for day-to-day liaising with officials of the Departments of Health and Education and with the leaders of the various communities where work will be conducted.  They ensured that any work required to be completed before the project team arrives was carried out.  The club also was responsible for organising accommodation and transport for the volunteers and for ordering supplies.
Toilets for Mburi School
Stage 3 was carried out on Ranongga Island
Early work for the three pedestal toilet built for Pienuna Primary School, Ranongga Island
The completed three pedestal toilet built for Pienuna Primary School, Ranongga Island
Pedestal toilet blocks at Mburi Primary and  Secondary School, Ranongga Island