Who We Are
The Solomon Islands Living Memorial Project is a collaborative effort between non-profit organizations with experience working in Solomon Islands. The goal of this project is to improve access to medical and surgical care in the Solomon Islands by strengthening health care capacity through out the country.
The William Moore Stack Foundation was founded in 2006. The foundation supports education in Solomon Islands and was established in honor of Billy Stack, a USN sailor, who was killed in action when his ship the USS Quincy was sunk during the WWII Battle of Savo Island, August 9, 1942.
San Diego State University School of Public Health The Graduate School of Public Health (GSPH) at San Diego State University (SDSU) was founded in 1980 as part of the university’s new focus on health and human services. One of four nationally accredited schools of public health in California, and located in one of the most vibrant and culturally diverse areas in the country, Their Global health program is active in a number of countries.
American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Ambassador Program “The ASGE Ambassador program is a philanthropic initiative designed to bring endoscopic medical care and training expertise to centers around the world in need of such care.” ASGEs is assisting us in providing early detection and treatment skills training to the surgeons in Solomon Islands.
Australia and New Zealand Gastroenterology International Training Program (ANZGITA) An association of over 50 volunteer Australian and New Zealand medical professionals, ANZGITA is regularly delivering gastroenterology and endoscopy training programs to doctors and nurses in the Asia Pacific Region with the support of the WGO, governments, local medical organisations and others.