The purpose of international service within Rotary is to promote international goodwill and understanding, and to undertake projects to meet the humanitarian needs of children and families in the poorest areas throughout the world.
Rotary clubs work together to support major projects on a global basis, such as the current Rotary International commitment to the worldwide eradication of polio.
Clubs also work at district and local level to support smaller projects to help those most in need.
Hythe Rotary Club has a proud history of supporting individual communities in a range of countries including , and , as well as raising funds to provide emergency Shelterbox accommodation during major disasters.
more Ukraine day is 24th August and Rotary continues to offer support following the invasion of Russia
more Construction of an animal building at the Children’s Centre in Uganda belonging to ‘The Friends of North Kigezi Diocese’
more More success for Hythe Rotary working with Friends of the North Kigezi Diocese
more Water Project for Ihimbo & Katerama, Uganda
more It had all the hallmarks of a Hythe Rotary trip: much good-natured banter, acts of genuine friendship and evidence of intense preliminary planning
more Projects undertaken in Uganda