So. Pacific: Tonga, Samoa, & Kiribati
WELCOME TO THE SOUTH PACIFIC
You can choose your own travel dates to any of these three countries.
TONGA – A 7-chair dental clinic has been set up on the campus of Liahona High School. At present there are two dentists in Tonga. Dr. Cahoon will be there until mid-April 2013, and Dr. Williams will be there until the end of 2013. The 7-chair clinic has plenty of room for more than one dentist. In addition, there are four portable chairs and units that can be taken to outer islands if desired. Volunteers are always needed and very welcome. Local volunteer dental assistants will be glad to assist. When housing is available it is supplied with no charge except for electricity. Check with us before plans are finalized. Wives and children are also welcome. (Two or more weeks are required.)
SAMOA– Roger Roth, a dentist, and his wife, Julie, a hygienist, are volunteering their time at the Pesega clinic set up on the LDS campus in Apia, Samoa from the end of March, 2012 until October 2013. They can always use the help of dentists who can commit to a minimum of four weeks working in this modern, 3-chair clinic. There are also two portable units that can be used in remote locations. Housing can be arranged for a reasonable fee when dates are set. Wives and children welcome.
KIRIBATI (previously known as the Gilbert Islands) — There is a one-chair clinic at the Moroni (LDS) High school. Housing can be arranged on campus, if available. You will be working primarily with students from Moroni High School, Missionaries, and Prospective missionaries. You’ll have the spiritual treat of a lifetime. Wives and children welcome. (Two or more weeks are required.)
For more information or scheduling and help with housing and transportation, interested dentists can contact:
Dr. Wayne R. Chisholm, DDS