International Projects

Rotary is a global network of 1.2 million neighbours, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who come together to make positive, lasting change in communities at home and abroad.


Apart from meaning that Rotarians really can get things done by working together, it also means that when Rotarians are away from home, whether on holiday or business, they are probably close to a Rotary Club where they will be welcomed.  Sometimes such visits can lead to ongoing collaborations, or perhaps the spread of an idea from one Club to another.  

Read about what we have been doing internationally, and if you would like to join the Rotary family please use the contact form below to find out more.


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International Projects sub-pages:

Malawi - The Mlambe Project

more The Mlambe project was set up in 2012 by a group of students at Manchester University. They chose Malawi as it is the poorest country on Earth, and decided not just to give money but to make a sustainable difference.

End Polio

more August 2020 - the World Health Organisation Africa Region has been declared wild polio-free

Shoebox Project

more The gift of a shoebox that contains toys, toiletries, educational items or household goods is a drop of happiness to the people of Eastern Europe who live in a world of poverty.

Visit to Grafton - the group of Rotarians first walk into the orphanage, unannounced, seeing the terrible conditions the children live in

Sierra Leone

more How a Rotary village was created

Rotarian Mike Jakeman with Neema

TASK

more Tandridge Academic Support for Kenya