Click HERE to listen to this great article from ABC Radio supporting Rotary Give Every Child a Future. On the program today: Immunologists say a new immunisation program for around 100 thousand Pacific children will save lives. It involves delivering vaccines against rotavirus and pneumococcal disease, and teenage girls will also be immunised to protect...
Category: <span>International Service</span>
The Manjeri School Project (RAWCS) was a youth run international development organisation that sought to empower rural Ugandan communities through education and sustainable development practices.
Pollinate Energy improves the lives of India’s urban poor by giving them access to sustainable products that improve their lives, empower local current and future social entrepreneurs. Their main activity with RAWCS and our club was replacing Kerosene lamps with Solar powered lighting. In 2017 they established their own tax status and ended their partnership...
The Pakistan School Project, led by Rotary Club of Sydney member Terry Carson AM, built schools in Pakistan. About 15 coed schools were completed and the final one was a Girls’ Secondary School completed in 2016 in the northern mountain area of Pakistan.
YGAP’s accelerator programs aim to back impact entrepreneurs – or ‘local leaders’ –who have solutions to local problems in some of the world’s toughest communities in Bangladesh, Kenya and South Africa. Rather than impose perceived solutions on a foreign community, YGAP’s role is simply help refine and scale their solutions. Since 2008, it has launched...
The Fund’s mission was to improve the health of the people of Timor-Leste through the education and training of Timorese health professionals; to assist the Timor-Leste Ministry of Health (MOH) and the Universidade Nacional Timor Lorosae.
The Hope Road Project has been working on supporting education for girls in the rural village of Abyei Achok in Gok State in South Sudan, including the building of a primary school.
Inspired by the global call to action “Make Poverty History”, Opportunity Cambodia was created to provide education and training for some of Cambodia’s poorest and most vulnerable children and young people so that they can become healthy, self-empowered and self sustaining members of their society.
Vision Beyond AUS funds and supports free eye surgery at established local hospitals and independent rural clinics committed to providing free care for those living below the poverty line.