Rotary's "monumental contribution" to global efforts to eradicate polio was celebrated in the House of Commons this week at Prime Minister's Questions.
Rotary members, volunteers and supporters around the world have raised over $2 billion in the global fight to eradicate the disease, which has helped to immunise and protect over 2.5 billion children around the world.
The address was raised by Loughborough MP Jane Hunt, who recognised the contribution of her local club, Loughborough Beacon Rotary, and clubs around the world.
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more The Club was presented with a Certificate by District Governor Paul Steele in recognition of the support provided to End Polio Now.
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more Awarded to the Rotary Club of Guernsey
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more Paul & Jannine driving 1700 miles around the UK in support of End Polio Now.
more Huge thanks to Bernie’s Gardening Services.
more In support of the Purple4Polio initiative
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more Children show off their painted little finger - purple dye is used to signify a completed immunisation.