This winter, Adventure For Good, in partnership with OceansWatch will be setting off from the Bay of Islands on a four-month expedition to deliver medical supplies to the Temotu province in the Solomon Islands. Over this period we will also be refitting medical clinics in the remote region and finally return to New Zealand with locally refined virgin coconut oil for a sustainable livelihoods programme.
Adventure For Good’s flagship – CALIPH has been undergoing an extensive renovation in preparation for her new role and will have a re-launching at Opua Marina on Friday, 5 June at 1400. Her voyage will begin from there in July and could include a stop in Vanuatu where she will be available to assist in relief efforts before continuing on her journey. AFG Chairman Christian Pera explains, “Both because of the remoteness of the area and its relatively low international profile, we are still trying to establish the full extent of the support needed in the wake of the recent cyclone season.” This will be the maiden voyage for Adventure For Good in their quest to engage young people in the immediacy of positive action over idle good intentions. “This expedition will be our first step towards becoming a force for positive action, both at home and abroad”.
Together with pioneering OceansWatch, they seek to make a lasting difference in these small communities by providing resources that ultimately promote independence and self-sufficiency.
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