International Activities/ United Nations and Rotary
There is a close relationship between the United Nations and Rotary , more details below.
There is a little known close relationship between the United Nations and Rotary which began in 1942, in the war . Rotary clubs from 21 countries organized a conference in London to develop A vision for the advancement of education, science and culture after the war. That event was a precursor to UNESCO. In 1945, a total of 49 rotarians went to San Francisco, acting as delegates, consultants and consultants at the conference on the charter of the United Nations, which entered into force three years later, in 1948. Since then , Rotary and the United Nations have been close partners to achieve a more peaceful world.
Lendwithcare , helping others to help themselves.
Lendwithcare brings together entrepreneurs in developing countries and people with the power to help them . The club has made more loans bringing the total number to 144.details
Rotary helping to Eradicate Polio
With the recent announcement by the WHO that Polio has been eradicated from Africa this is a good time to review the current situation .details
2015 Carol's visit to Hope Village, Kerala.
In March 2015, Carol and Brian Cross visited the home that we have supported in the past. They sent this note and photographs from there.details
RocketWorld international learning project
An Intercultural Learning Adventure for 7-11 year oldsdetails
Khensani Primary School South Africa
Rotarian Carol Cross makes regular visits to Khensani School in South Africa. In January Carol gave a talk to the club about her experiences. #PeopleOfActiondetails
District Meal Pack for Rise Against Hunger
Members of the club took part in the event on Sunday 14th April at Glossopdale school. #PeopleOfActiondetails
Toronto Convention 2018
The club was represented at the recent Rotary International convention in Toronto . This was attended by over 25,000 rotarians from all over the worlddetails
2014 Hope India kindergarten refurbishment
Alan Brooks, a Rotarian from Hebden Bridge, talked to us recently about the Hope Community Village in India. We have supported this project with an Â£875 donation which we got matched with an Â£875 grant from District Rotary.details
Carol's visit to Khensani, 2016
Club member Carol Cross once again visited the school in Khensani, South Africa. She writes about this below.details
Speaker Meeting PDG Milton Frary
Milton spoke about the Charity Wheelchair Foundation and corruption in South Africa.details
Eye Camp in India
Once again, together with Sandra Bhargava, we sponsored an Eye Camp in India.details
2012 Khensani Primary School
Carol Cross has been a regular visitor to Khensani School, in South Africa. The school recently produced a CD of the children singing, which can be seen on YouTube. Many thanks to Doug Cooper, in Cyprus, for production of the music and photo presentation.details