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Here are a few more: Dental Equipment and oral healthcare services were provided by Rotarians to low-income residents in Ventura, Cty, California. It provided a baseball clinic with a focus on teamwork and anti-bullying among youngsters ages in Yonkers, New York.
It developed and implemented a school based dental model within two schools in Cabell County, West Virginia. Your contribution to The Rotary Foundation enabled this to happen. Foundation Minute for Week of October Working within the grant process: A health service center was created in Salinas, California to assist homeless residents in their community and helped them obtain references to healthcare professionals.
In Greensboro Alabama, Rotary provided financial literacy and small business development trainings for at risk youth. Rotary provided a social and job skill training program targeting unemployed and underemployed residents of West Coconut Grove, a Bahamian founded community in Miami, Florida. It equipped a mobile vision unit to serve patients in a region of rural Appalachia. Your generous contributions to The Rotary Foundation enabled this to happen! Rotary is dedicated to six areas of focus in order to build international relationships, improve lives, and create a better world to support our peace efforts and end polio forever.
We learned about three areas last week and here are the others;. Saving mothers and children: Nearly 6 million children under the age of five die each year because of malnutrition, poor health care, and inadequate sanitation. Rotary expands access to quality care, so mothers and their children can live and grow stronger. More than million people over the age of 15 are illiterate. Rotary carries out service projects that enhance economic and community development and creates opportunities for decent and productive work for young and old.
Rotary also strengthens local entrepreneurs and community leaders, particularly women in impoverished communities. Your support of TRF enables this to happen. Foundation Minute for Week of October 1. Rotary is dedicated to six areas of focus in order to build international relationships, improve lives, and create a better world.
Three of these focus areas are: Rotary encourages conversations to foster understanding within and across cultures. We train adults and young leaders to prevent and mediate conflict and help refugees who have fled dangerous areas.
We improve and expand access to low-cost and free health care in developing areas. Providing clean water, sanitation, and hygiene: We support local solutions to bring clean water, sanitation, and hygiene to more people every day. We share our expertise with community leaders and educators to make sure our projects succeed long-term.
Learn about the other three next week! Your contribution to the Rotary Foundation enables this to happen. Foundation Minute for Week of September They were there for a river clean-up, during which they removed toilets, refrigerators, car parts, and garbage.
That was where his oldest sister contracted polio which killed her in the s. He also thought of another river, the Lerma, which carried trash and toxic waste from Guadalajara. With the help of Rotary clubs in Mexico and California cleanups were organized and the project eventually expanded to become Cleaning the Rivers of the World which has challenged Rotary clubs across the globe to clean up a river.
Your contribution to the Rotary Foundation supports this project and helps sustain a better world. While many people would like to think that slavery was a tragedy of the past, the truth is that it still exists today, with up to 46 million people enslaved worldwide. The Rotarian Action Group Against Slavery has a strategy for fighting this horrible problem, working at the local level: In a village in northeastern India the action group is tackling the problem of debt bondage.
Poverty, illiteracy, innumeracy, and natural disasters that destroy crops or homes can leave villagers vulnerable to debt bondage in rural villages. Within a three-year period, The School4Freedom establishes a school inside the village that educates those enslaved of their basic rights and often gives them a trade. It helps bring the once enslaved village to a position of strength resulting in their freedom.
Your contribution to The Rotary Foundation enables this to happen. Through academic training, study and practice, The Rotary Peace Centers program develops leaders who become catalysts, for peace and conflict prevention and resolution in their communities and around the globe. Fellows study subjects related to the root causes of conflict and explore innovative solutions that address real-world needs. As of , there were Rotary Peace Fellows working around the world.
Your contribution to TRF enables this to happen. To ensure that polio is truly eradicated forever it must be detected. This requires continuous surveillance that is complicated and costly: In addition, large scale vaccinations are enormous undertakings that require money as well as thousands of volunteers on the ground. And in places where the vaccination programs have been successful, the challenge is to locate and vaccinate that small percentage of children who have been missed.
A vaccination campaign is almost mind-bogglingly complex. Yes, we are Now is the hardest part and with your help our goal to eradicate polio will be accomplished and celebrated. Thank you for your support. In Vancouver, British Columbia there exists a Police Tactical Training Center a state-of-the-art facility complete with firing range, simulation rooms, gymnasium, and classrooms.
He trains police members to de-escalate unpredictable situations and to use words in place of force, when possible, to control confrontations.
The approach incorporates empty-handed control and defensive tactics like arm-grabbing or using pressure points. The highest risk of violence generally occurs during an arrest.
Bryan teaches his students that risk can be avoided by something as simple as altering your arm grip. One grip gives the person enough room to swing around with a kick, while another can prevent that from happening.
Law enforcement agencies have policies that guide the use of force, describing an escalating series of actions to resolve a situation. Police officers are instructed to respond with a level of force appropriate to the situation. The policies acknowledge that the officer may have to move from one part of the continuum to another in a matter of seconds. The use of words, or when necessary open hand control, can reduce the need for a baton or Taser-like device, thus avoiding interactions that can intensify into prolonged confrontations with a community lasting weeks.
Byran has learned at the Rotary Peace Center, that critical listening is the most important lesson which he uses now in training police officers. Do they understand what is happening, is there a language barrier, drugs, or a cognitive challenge? It is rewarding to see a Rotary Peace Fellow applying their skills, experience, and training to reduce the need for the use of force in the community. The Rotary Foundation has a unique funding cycle that utilizes contributions for programs three years after they are received.
The three-year cycle gives districts time for program planning and participant selections, and allows The Rotary Foundation to invest the contributions. This approach of using donations wisely has won a four star rating from Charity Navigator for many years. Please consider supporting The Rotary Foundation now and get involved in planning future projects.
About three years ago, on the nightly news in Berlin, Rotarian Pia Skarabis-Querfeld saw refugees arriving in Berlin after fleeing war, persecution, and poverty in their home countries. Wanting to help, she gathered a bag of clothes to donate and headed to a nearby gym filled with refugees.
When she arrived at the gymnasium to drop off her donation, Skarabis-Querfeld found sick children, most of them untreated because hospitals in the area were overrun. Helpers were not allowed to give out pain relievers or even cough syrup due to legal constraints. All they could do was send people to the emergency room if they looked extremely ill. Seeing this, and knowing about the treacherous journeys the refugees had just made across land and sea, Skarabis-Querfeld, who is a medical doctor and Rotarian, returned that same afternoon with medical supplies and her husband, Uwe Querfeld, who is a professor of pediatrics and also a Rotarian.
The couple spent most of that holiday season treating patients in the gymnasium. What began as a single act of charity eventually evolved into an all-encompassing volunteer project: Over the next three years, Skarabis-Querfeld would build a nonprofit organization called Medizin Hilft Medicine Helps and run a network that, at peak times, would include more than volunteers helping thousands of refugees at community centers, tent camps, and other shelters across the city.
Today, her nonprofit continues to treat patients who have nowhere else to turn. People of Action continue to make a difference in the world and your support of The Rotary Foundation enables this to happen.
Ricardo Roman was shopping with his wife at a department store in Chile in when a woman in her early 20s approached him. Roman, a member of the Rotary Club of Renaca, Chile, is the national coordinator of a program that has helped thousands of children in Chile with cleft lips, palates, and other birth defects — including this stranger who now wanted to give Roman a hug.
Since Rotarians in Chile and the United States have teamed up to provide life-altering reconstructive surgeries. The project was started by California Rotarians and has evolved into a nonprofit organization that has since sent teams to 26 countries. They never will be. Although Ambassadorial Scholarships per se are no longer available— Rotary still offers a myriad of scholarships for secondary, undergraduate or graduate study through club, district and global scholarships.
For more information about scholarships - contact your club president or district governor. Your continued financial support enables this to happen. With your help, countless lives have been made better in your communities and the world. The Rotary Foundation impacts communities through its grants program which offers two opportunities for funding: District Grants fund small, short term activities that address needs in your community and communities abroad. Each district chooses which activities it will fund with these grants.
Activities include humanitarian projects, scholarships and vocational training teams. As a Rotarian you are eligible to participate in any one of these programs where it interests you.
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