Rotary is a global organisation, with clubs in over 200 countries worldwide. Our clubs help to provide funds and aid which goes to those directly in need. Projects range from providing water and sanitation, disease prevention, literacy, education, building schools, hospitals, water wells and growing local economies through sustainable development. Rotarians' vocational skills and appetite to do good in the world can make a difference to those who need it most. And projects are filtered through local Rotary clubs ensuring there is effective local delivery, without waste or corruption, using local resources.
Llandudno Rotary helps many of these projects. We are making a difference by being actively engaged in work to support and develop the Ilitha School in Kayelisha Township, Cape Town, South Africa, along with Seapoint Rotary Club of Cape Town. Check out our specific website page for up to date information about this project.
Llandudno Rotary's international activity is co-ordinated by Rotarian Ashok Harshey, assisted by Rotarians Ian and Margaret Trevette who are closely involved in the Ilitha School project.
more Building work at the Ilitha School in Cape Town is completed
more Updates on the progress of the Ilitha School project in Cape Town, South Africa
more Llandudno Rotary welcomed a team of Australian teachers visitng the UK to look at the delivery of special needs teaching
more Ian and Margaret Trevette are two Llandudno Rotary Club members who have been visiting South Africa for many years
more Making a direct difference through Rotary
more Llandudno Rotarian Ashok Harshey walks across Wales for Ilitha