International, Foundation and Youth

Support for International programmes and world relief. Including the new AKA-Girls project in Nairobi

Some of the International projects we undrtake as a Club

Being an international network, Rotary can make a difference in the developing world without becoming entangled in overseas bureaucracy and administrative difficulties

We work with other Rotary Clubs in many parts of the world to alleviate poverty and sickness

Many International projects organised by Rotary clubs provide health care, clean water, food, education & other essential needs funded by Rotary Foundation, Rotary's own charitable trust

PolioPlus A project to eradicate polio world-wide

One of the main projects started by Rotary in 1985 and later joined by our partners UNICEF and the WHO was to eradicate polio from the planet. From being endemic in more than 140 countries in 1984, there are now just 4 countries left where polio exists. The Rotary Club of Royal Leamington Spa has donated funds every year to support this programme

The Brydges Centre Nairobi

In 2016 with the help of our Rotaract Club our Rotary Club started to support a programme in Nairobi. The project is continuing to receive both our Club's support for the foreseeable future

Again in 2017 the Rotary Club of Royal Leamington Spa has supported the Brydges School.

Click on this line to see the programme A Girl AKA Year Project Brief and information about our first distribution to the girls in August 2016 from here Brydges Centre

Future International student programme based on "Art and Culture"

The Rotary Club invite 4 International students from Europe to visit Leamington. They will be taken to galleries in our major cities and taught to draw in the countryside and the city

A Project in the Punjab

On two previous occasions the Rotary Club of Royal Leamington Spa have joined with our partner clubs of Chandigarh and Solan in northern India to provide support. We are again embarking on a project providing schools in poor villages with sanitation facilities and clean water. The project will cost approximately £45,000

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