CLICK THE IMAGE FOR MORE DETAILS‘I had a dream of building an Orthopaedic Hospital in East Africa’

One of our Board Members Wend Scahefer, an Orthopeadic Surgeon from Nevada in the US talks about his dream and says: ‘I had a dream .. now I need to reach out to all of you for assistance.' 
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Yoga, meditation and moral education

Our Vice Chair, Dr Kusum Chopra is on a mission to empower tribal people in central India to lead a healthy life. Does Yoga, moral education and meditation play a part in healthy living? 
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Specialist consultation only a phone call away

Our Vice Chair Frances Kemelagha (Princess) from Nigeria has coonected the Federal Medical Centre in Yenago in Nigeria and a medical team in California. She and her collaborators now want to create a web of hospitals to imporve clinical care.
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Death can be beautiful

'Death can be as spiritual and beautiful as birth’ says Dr Clare Gerada, a GP in the United Kingdom. Writing in the Sunday Telegraph (3 July 2016) about her father’s painful decline due to dementia she says: ‘We need to think about how we and the people we love want to die ’. Clare does not want her life to end the same way. She says: ‘I’ve already started planning my infirmity.'  Do doctors choose to die differently from thier patients? 
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Rain water harvesting - a low cost option to improve water supply

Many of us involved in projects in developing countries would have come across the problem of water shortage. The situations may vary from draught leading to death and destruction to unreliable and inadequate supply of water. In some situations, conservation – especially of rain water – may offer at least partial solution. 

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Stop mothers dying

Reduction of maternal and child mortality through avoidance of preventable deaths is an important focus of Rotary International. The Calmed model is anew approach to an old problem. 
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'Dine with the Doctors'

Have you ever had the chance to sit down (literally) for a 20 course meal in the company of colleagues from 13 different countries? 
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Please share with others your knowledge and skills in organising health projectsmore...