International Projects

Rotary International operates in most countries of the world in many different projects. Some are long term projects and many are in response to man made and natural catastrophes.

Our club member Clive Bath on a recent immunisation programme in Mumbai

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Melray Term 3 Report - November 2022

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Melray Update - August 2022

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Back to school

SOS Africa children get back to school after Covid lockdown

more SOS Africa have made great efforts to get the children safely back to school whilst Covid is still rampant in South Africa (1 page below this)

Christine and her family

Supporting struggling rural families in Uganda

more Our donation to the Send-a-Cow charity will help mothers and their families with local support, allocating them a small plot of land, and teaching how to grow their own food.

Polio Eradication

more Clive Bath presenting a pennant from the Rotary Club of Amritsar to our President Bernard Paull.

Happiness and peace at last for the boys

Hope & Homes for Children

more A Charity, supported Nationally and Internationally, to close down orphanages worldwide

In action on Saturday 12th March 2022 showing the new spinning wheel which was really enjoyed by a lot of children.

Rotary Ukraine support in Bridport

more Both Bridport Rotary Clubs have worked together collecting donations for the Ukrainian refugees in Poland, Rumania, Moldova and Hungary. In 10 days we have raised circa £8000 which included £700 which the Bridport Youth footballers collected.

For over 30 years, Rotary has committed to fighting to eradicate polio across the world…


Clive Bath in Mumbai

Polio Eradication

more Rotary International coordinate the worldwide operation to administer the polio vaccination programme. In this recent photo Bridport Rotarian Clive Bath is working on the programme in Mumbai.