The International Committee supports Rotary's worldwide commitment to improving health and social welfare and relieving poverty, especially in the developing world. Cirencester Rotary annually supplies Aquaboxes and Shelter Boxes for emergency relief. It also supports a scheme which supplies medical supplies for Africa (called Intercare) and each year chooses other projects to support such as Wateraid.


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Charity quiz night a great success

more Cirencester Rotary Club recently staged its annual charity quiz at Stratton School Hall. This year's charity was Help Madina - a registered charity that was founded by Dr Veronica Sawicki and her husband Dr Rohit Sethi, of Phoenix Surgery in Cirencester.

Rotary hope to rebuild school in Sierra Leone

more Cirencester Rotary Club has pledged its support to a proposed project in Sierra Leone to rebuild pre-school buildings that will benefit over 250 local children aged 3-5 years.

Rotary sends aid to the Caribbean

more Cirencester Rotary Club have added their support the relief programme which has been launched for the residents of the Caribbean islands, following the devastation caused by successive hurricanes.

Rotary supports girls’ education in war-torn South Sudan

more Cirencester Rotary Club members and guests recently welcomed Professor John Benington to their dinner meeting to speak about the Ibba Girls School in South Sudan.