As part of an international humanitarian organisation, Coventry Jubilee has regularly been involved in humanitarian projects overseas.

International Projects

Some of our members have themselves volunteered their time and skills in the developing world, for example, the Bridge2Aid dental project in Tanzania, and the National Immunisation Day in Delhi as part of Rotary's commitment to the END POLIO NOW campaign. 

For many years we have supported the Bwengu projects whose purpose is to refurbish and extend school buildings in a poor and remote area of Malawi, Central Africa. We have also funded a water storage tower in Uganda and supplied anti-malaria nets in Tanzania, and at the moment are examining the possibilities of a water project in Nigeria. 

International Disasters

Following the immediate aftermath of disasters, Rotary members support a number of emergency response charities, most of which actually started out their lives as Rotary club projects and have grown to provide essential assistance throughout the world.

In most cases, these charities will work with local Rotarians, wherever the disaster may be in the world.

Emergency response charities Rotary supports include:

International sub-pages:

World Polio Day

more 24th October 2019 The Five Rotary Clubs of Coventry will be turning Broadgate in Coventry Purple in the evening to highlight that we need to END POLIO NOW.

One of our on going International Projects we support.

The Bwengu Project

more Tony Melia and his wife Sue have worked in Malawi for a number of years. During that time they have organised and managed a variety of projects which have enhanced the lives of numerous people.

Bumba School Malawi

more Exciting times at Bumba School. All the classrooms are now furnished!

Bridge2Aid February 2017

more In February President Jaz travelled to Tanzania where she spent two weeks working with the dental charity Bridge2Aid.

A 300 mile cycle trip to raise money to eradicate Polio.

Leanne's Trip to India

more In November Leanne set off on a 300 mile cycle ride in India. Her aim was to raise the profile of Rotary and to raise funds for Polio Eradication.

We travelled with 45 UK Rotarians to work with members of the Rotary family from around the world.

Polio - Immunisation Days in Delhi

more Mary and John represented RC Coventry Jubilee in Delhi during the National Immunisation days in March 2015.

Report from Impact

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Update on Bwengu Project from Sue and Tony

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