Our mission is to support the medical and dental systems in the South Pacific. In operation since 2001, we have treated more than 90,000 patients.
Taveuni Hospital, Obstetrics and Gynecological Surgery —May 25-June 3, 2018 MISSION FILLED-POSITIONS CLOSED This well-seasoned team will be returning to perform a myriad of OB/GYN surgeries. Each day, the team will work at the hospital in the operating theater performing surgeries on pre-screened patients. Five days of surgery and Sundays are at leisure to explore the island. The medical portion of this week is filled. We are looking for peopleRead more
Solomon Islands Medical/Eye/Dental Mission July15-24 2018 Many of our past volunteers have asked when we would be organizing another trip to the Solomon Islands. Through the generosity of the owners of the Bilikiki, Kellie and Sam , the Loloma Foundation has been given the distinct opportunity to once again return to this pristine and culturally unique country to offer a week of medical care to the Florida and Russell Islanders. This area is KellieRead more
On the 21st of June, the Loloma Foundation will be making their 7th journey to the end of the earth in the Solomon Islands. For 7 days, the team of 20 volunteers will sail on the Bilikiki throughout the Florida and Russell Islands. Our dentists will set up a two-chair operatory on the outside deck of the Bilikiki which will be capable of filling, extracting or restoring teeth. Our medical team will set up general medical clinics onshore in differentRead more
At the Loloma Foundation, we speak often of the power of community and never has it been more evident than during this past month as we maneuvered to quickly meet the needs of our Fijian community who had been so compromised by Cyclone Winston.[maxbutton id="10"] Immediately, Julie and Robin Kelly of Nakia compiled a thorough assessment of the needs of over 2200 people in South Taveuni and Lavena. The back side of Qamea was assessed by ChristeneRead more
Cyclones Won't Wait! We are reaching out to all of you who know and love our Fijian friends to ask for your support. It is a clear fact that all of their farms have been decimated and they will need help until their crops can be replanted. Most of these rural people have no means to “buy” food. If possible, please help us help them. Any amount you are able to contribute will enable a family to sustain themselves in this time of need. The LolomaRead more
Rural Villages Served by Loloma Foundation Suffer Direct Hit, Food Supply Destroyed DONATE NOW On the evening of February 20, 2016, Cyclone Winston, a category 5 cyclone, the strongest to ever have hit the southern hemisphere, delivered it’s wrath to many of the islands of the northern Lau group in Fiji. Among the islands affected is Taveuni, the home-base of the Loloma Foundation. Also affected were the outer island villages of Qamea and manyRead more