International

Over the years we have visited many countries and have a welcome at them all

Rotarian David Brodie is currently International Chairman

Service Above Self can also be enjoyable

We have been actively involved in assisting various small charities, including Together in Sudan, http://www.togetherforsudan.com/. This runs alongside the established Programmes for recycling spectacles and books to 3rd world countries.

This year the committee is actively involved in:

Filling aquaboxes/shelter boxes for emergencies thoughout the world.

Supplying old spectacles from local opticians for Vision Aid.

Organising an International Visit to a Rotary Club in Europe.

Planning an international grant to support a humanitarian project.

Providing old Computers to developing countries through the Charity Computer Aid International.

Supporting Rotary's own Charity called Foundation, which has recently given us a matching grant to cure iodine deficency in Eastern Nepal.

IF YOU CAN SUPPORT ANY OF THE ABOVE ACTIVITIES, PLEASE CONTACT EITHER THE CLUB SECRETARY  OR THE INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN WHO WILL BE PLEASED TO SPEAK TO YOU.

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International sub-pages:

Iodine Deficiency Disease in Nepal

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Polio Update

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International Visit to York

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Jordans and District Rotary battles Polio

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Garden Valley International School

more A Presentation to the school from our Club

Report on Nepal Project

more Rotarian David Brodie has been on many visits to Nepal to assess the problems and endeavour to provide solutions.