Construction Sciences are proud to support the annual YWAM Medical Ships fundraiser. 

The YWAM Medical Ships Townsville City Campus was a hub of vibrant activity bright and early on Friday 15 June, for the YWAM’s annual fundraiser, “Breakfast by the Sea”.

Construction Sciences and over 700 people came together to celebrate Townsville’s important relationship with Papua New Guinea (PNG) while raising funds for YWAM Medical Ships’ next deployment to PNG.

YWAM Medical Ships is actively developing communities by addressing health care and training needs in Papua New Guinea (PNG) in partnership with the relevant national and provincial government administrations. The program is guided by the vision and priorities of key policy documents including PNG’s National Health Plan: 2011- 2020 (NHP: 2011-2020). It also honours the PNG – Australia Partnership for Development: Health and HIV/AIDS Schedule and a shared commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).

YWAM Medical Ships implements its program, in association with key stakeholders and partners, via use of a Training and Medical Ship and land-based teams deployed in rural PNG communities. Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) are in place with a number of sector leads including the National Department of Health (NDoH) and provinces engaged. All of YWAM Medical Ships staff, including senior project managers, are full-time volunteers.

Help support this great charity and donate today – https://ywamships.org.au/donate/