RECOGNITION FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE

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Felloship's recogntion for outstanding servcie

Many of us know someone who goes about doing extraordinary things in our community but does it quietly and without fuss. Here is now an opportunity for you to nominate such a hero for the Fellowships’ recognition. Our aim in doing so is to say ‘thank you’ and also by their stories to inspire others.

 

Our first nominee is Dr Glen Barden MD, who has had a distinguished career in Orthopaedics and has served in varied capacities of mentoring others in International Training Programs and direct hands on care.

CITATION - DR GLEN BARDEN

 

Our second nominee is Dr Simha MS, MSC, MRCP. He is a true advocate for improving the lives of countless suffering patients by extending the out-reach of Palliative Care and influencing policy makers at state and central Government level.

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NOMINATION FORM

Rotarians to act to reduce road traffic accidents

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Signs like this helps reduce accidents

Albinos are those without 'colour' i.e. without melanin. Life is hard for albinos throughout Africa, but especially in Tanzania. At best, they face raw prejudice; at worst, they are hunted for their flesh, the results of superstitious beliefs. Now Rotary offers them a helping hand.

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ABSENCE OF COLOUR - A THREAT TO LIFE?

Our members are actively involved in offering hope to many disadvantaged people.

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TRAPPED IN POVERTY AND POOR HEALTH

One pregnant woman and 6 new born babies die every minute- staggering 0.4 million and 3 million respectively, per year globally. The impact of the loss of one person on the family, community and the country is enormous.

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SAVING LIVES

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Many Rotarians invest countless hours of service to offer hope to those in need.

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VICE CHAIR DR KUSUM CHOPRA

We had a packed and productive week in Toronto

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RENEWING FRIENDSHIP AND MAKING NEW FRIENDS

Global consultation - tried and tested.

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CONNECTING NIGERIA TO CALIFORNIA TO HELP PATIENTS

More than 100 million people are pushed into poverty each year because of medical costs. Rotarians aim to improve and expand access to low-cost and free health care in underdeveloped areas.

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OUR PROMISE TO THE CHILDREN OF THE WORLD

Mental illness is extremely common. Despite its frequency and dire consequences, it is surrounded by ignorance, prejudice and stigma. It is a topic that no one wants to talk about. It is the elephant in the room.

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YOU DO NOT SAY TO SOMEONE WITH CANCER - FORGET ABOUT IT

Please share with others your knowledge and skills in organising health projects

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ROTARY'S GLOBAL IMPACT IS UNRECOGNIZED.