About the People of Action photo - credit to Rotary International:
Midwife Tamar Okoh (left) weighs Azima Yahaya and her child Aisha at Sumaila General Hospital in Sumaila, Kano State, Nigeria. With no scale for toddlers at the hospital, she will have to calculate the difference between the weight of the mother and child. 4 September 2015. The Rotarian Action Group for Population and Development (RFPD) has supported work to advance maternal and child health in Nigeria for nearly 20 years. In May 2015, the RFPD Quality Assurance in Obstetrics project was formally adopted by four Nigerian states, ensuring the continuous evaluation and improvement of standards, resources, and shared data. Appeared in "The Rotarian," December 2015, page 54.
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Phoenix Community Club (PCC) is an off-spring of the Thame & District Rotary Club. PCC is focused on community volunteering for people who don't have lots of extra time, but who want to give back.more
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