International Service

To develop goodwill and understanding amongst the Rotary Clubs and nations throughout the world

Our International Committee offers a broad range of humanitarian, intercultural, and educational programs and activities designed to advance the organization's ultimate goal of world understanding and peace.

'International service' promotes worldwide goodwill. Our projects have included emergency boxes, eye camps, vocational training schools, text books, tools, water filtration units and many other items for areas of need. Rotarians of different race, creed and custom, when brought together in fellowship, play an important part in breaking down prejudice and developing true international understanding. Many Rotarians volunteer their free time to projects in third world countries to bridge the gap of world understanding

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International Service sub-pages:

Packing the pencil cases to be sent to Diepsloot School in South Africa.

Diepsloot School in South Africa

more President Peter, Jan and John having a session packing the pencil cases to be sent to Diepsloot Combined School in South Africa.

Speaker Event - Bob Barrett

more Bob Barrett will be talking about  CCIN Chernobyl  children in need

Our International project...

Fada Orphanage Project-Burkina Faso

more Rotary Club of Swindon and Fada Orphanage Project, Burkina Faso

Speaker Event - Charlotte Hitchmough

more Our guest speaker today is Charlotte Hitchmough

International Committee Minutes

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Speaker Event Hugo Pike

more Hugo Pike - water survival boxes

Speaker Event - Sam Cullis from David Livingstone International

more 'Frugal' Lunch + Sammy Cullis from David Livingstone International - Medical supplies,clothing, footwear,laptops etc. for the Philippines

Proposed visit to Tallinn - Sunday 19 April to Wednesday 22 April 2015

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Evening Meeting

more Our second Evening Meeting of the Rotary Year

Speaker Event - Kate Gumm

more Kate Gumm - Gua Africa, South Sudan and Kenya - Access to education

Speaker Event

more Our speaker today will be Sue Huck - talking about Diepsloot Combined School

Speaker Event

more Mark Hurry - ‘Stopping Young Drivers Killing Themselves

Speaker Event - Angus McPherson

more Angus McPherson - The role of the Police Commissioner

Speaker Event - Alex Arkell

more Alex Arkell, Head Brewer at Arkells' Brewery

Speaker Event - Casmir Chanda

more Speaker Casmir Chanda

Speaker Event - Keith Barnard-Jones

more Speaker - Keith Barnard-Jones,

Evening Meeting

more Evening Meeting - Speaker from the NMRC

September 2010 News

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October Update

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