Worldwide Map of Projects

Clubs in District 1090 work with a number of communities world-wide. Some in partnership with other clubs, supported by Foundation Grants

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DISTRICT 1090 Rotary Clubs have recently had projects in the following countries:

Maidenhead - collects and recycles spectacles for Vision Aid to provide spectacles in Ethiopia, Kenya, Ghana and Uganda

Abingdon – Built and stocked a school library in conjunction with the local rotary club
Easthampstead – Sand dams
Eynsham – water project in Kilifi
Maidenhead - Makindu Dental Clinic Providing access to dental care Makindu, Nairobi, Kenya
Reading Matins – work with the charity Nyumbani
Wantage – working with Nasio Trust , charity providing vocational support to orphans

Burnham Beeches – Beautiful Gate project supporting abandoned children and orphans
Witney – working with a school

Oxford E Club- supported borehole projects in Lagos, Nigeria

Sierra Leone
Banbury – building schools, water projects (Speak to Alan Wolstencroft for further information)

South Africa
Banbury- building an orphanage
Hungerford – working with Kasigo Project to help build and equip schools
Maidenhead Thames - Matching grant with South African Clubs for dental and other equipment for African Township in the Western Cape

Bourne End and Cookham – Working with Alfons Walser’s Tanzania Charity providing water to a local village and 2 schools
Haddenham and District - Water Harvesting in Tanzania, Moshi Deaf School
Reading Maiden Erleigh – Working with a project on the island of Ukerewe on Lake Victoria, Tanzania, providing water to a school and hospital

Abingdon Vesper – Microcredits to Mubende, supported by training in animal husbandry (Andrew Bartholomew is happy to speak about how to set up a microcredits project)
Bicester - Supplied text books for school in Gulu supporting child victims of civil conflict
Elthorne-Hillingdon – Sending a vocational training team to Kamuli
Gerrards Cross and Chalfont St Peter – Working with MAD (Making a difference) working with the local community to provide education to underpriviledged  children
Haddenham and District – Working with Lunch4Learning to provide school children with meals - Speak to Peter Jones for information on how to make a project sustainable
Henley Bridge – building a maternity unit, supporting Kamuli Mission Hospital (Jim McWhirter is happy to speak to any club about how to deal with sending money to Uganda as part of a global grant)
Kingham and the Wychwoods – working with RC Entebbe to provide educational material to local schools
Marlow – Working with the Haileybury Youth Trust to provide vocational training to local men

Bourne End and Cookham – Zambia Project links Interact, Rotaract and Rotakids to support children in Zambia, provide literacy boxes etc

Oxford Spires – supporting the charity Landmine Disability

Oxford Isis – working with Toybox to provide support to street children

Jordans and District- Supported national immunisation days against Polio
Maidenhead – working with Chahoki Eye Clinic in Punjab
Oxford Spires are supporting a child
Pangbourne - Supported national immunisation days against Polio

Misbourne Matins –Supports Nippers in Bali (teaching local children to swim)

Banbury Cherwell – working with a Japanese School

Faringdon and District – Nepal building project
Jordans and District  – Iodising project (Iodised salt prevents iodine deficiency)
Marlow Thames - Working with an orphanage

Sri Lanka
High Wycombe – built a school in Mawella and support a teacher

Rotarians – please let the District International Chairman know about your International Projects and whether you would like help with a project or are looking for a project.