International Projects

Our Club's international activities


Some of the International projects our Club supports are detailed below.
We regularly partner with other Clubs in District 1090, in France and internationally to support major projects. We have supported Polio Plus, the Rotary International campaign to eradicate polio world wide and several of our members and partners have taken part in the immunisation programme. We are currently supporting African Vison Malawi which focusses on education, medical support and clean water in one of the poorest countries in the world.

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Rtn Rainer Struck from Burnham Beeches Rotary

Rainer rides for African Vision AGAIN!

more After completing a 1000 mile ride from Hedgerley (Bucks) to Marseilles to raise funds for African Vision in 2017 Rotarian Rainer plans another epic fundraising ride - this time through Malawi.

End Polio Now

more The Rotary International campaign to eradicate polio world wide. A further 10,000 crocuses were planted by RCBB in Burnham and Farnham Common this year (adding to those planted each year since 2015) as a reminder that the battle against polio continues.

Burnham Beeches Rotary supports Physionet by collecting used mobility equipment

PhysioNet

more PhysioNet provides physiotherapy and mobility equipment to developing countries. Our Club acts as a collection and storage point for used equipment in the Bucks/Berks area

African Vision Malawi

more Rotarian Rainer Struck completed a 1000 mile ride from Hedgerley (Bucks) to Marseilles to raise funds for African Vision in 2017 and in 2020 plans another epic fundraising ride - this time in Malawi.

Porridge & Rice

more In the Nairobi slums, many children have to skip breakfast. They spend the day hungry, and can't concentrate on their lessons. Porridge and Rice provide breakfast and lunch to help children get the most from their schooling. ‚Äč

Press Release 30.11.10 - Club Member Participates in End Polio Immunisation Day in India

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Sri Lanka Tsunami Project

more Sri Lanka Tsunami Project (2 pages below this)