End Polio Now

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End Polio Now

Click here to learn about Polio in today's world.

Given the contribution of Rotary clubs over a number of years to ending polio, it is gratifying to note the significant success that has been achieved. The disease now remains in only 2 countries in the world, with very few cases identified this year and total polio eradication is now an achievable target. It is important that the immunisation programme continues (even in non-affected countries) for at least the next three years until the wild polio virus can be eliminated and no longer spread by potential carriers.

The club has donated to the End Polio Now Appeal and the donation will be matched 2 for 1 by the Bill Gates Foundation.

You can help by going to our JustGiving page and make a donation. Click on the link here.



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