INTERNATIONAL SERVICE - To encourage, foster and promote Part 4 of the Object of Rotary, which is the advancement of international understanding, goodwill and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional persons united in the ideal of service.
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE embraces the fellowship of club Service, the ethics of Vocational Service and the human problems of Community Service throughout the whole world, thus ensuring that Rotary International manifests its effectiveness on a scale that gives the "International" true and positive meaning in the nature of its service as well as simply the extent of its membership.
Smart Phone Technology to identify Victims of Slavery
Smart Phone Technology is being research/investigated by the Mekong Club to identify victims of Human Trafficking and Slavery.details
Matching Grant Project - Purchase of a Vehicle 2010
A 12 seater vehicle is needed for a Child Slave Rehabilitation Centre near Allahabad, India to be used for rescue raids.details
Punarnawa Ashram, a Trafficking Shelter in Bihar, India
Punarnawa Ashram is a Rehabilitation & Restoration Shelter for young girls trafficked for sexdetails