ROTARIANS JOINING HANDS WITH OTHER LIKE MINDED PEOPLE

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

VICE CHAIR DR KUSUM CHOPRA

Rotarians join hands with other like-minded people to offer hope

Rotarians reach out to people in different ways. Rotary organisation provides for its members and others huge opportunities to engage in meaningful voluntary activities. Rotarians also offer their services to other like-minded groups.

Our Fellowship members are involved in countless projects which offer much needed help to people. Here are a few examples:

‘Lifeline express’

India’s Lifeline express was launched in 1991 to help disabled people in rural India access medical services wherever they be.

Upto December 2010, over 600,000 disabled poor in rural India have so far benefited from the remarkable train, and other countries have come forward to start their Lifeline Express on which major surgeries have been performed to restore movement, hearing, sight and correction of clefts with the help of the donated skills and services of over 80,000 surgeons, to make this dream possible.

We want to congratulate all Rotarians involved in this amazing project.

Picture - Dr Vaishali Kitoor of Belgaum

https://www.impactindia.org/

'Arogya Foundation'

Arogya Foundation of India is a Voluntary organization working in the field of health with a mission to promote community action in field of health by our rural people, to promote volunteerism in the field of health amongst doctors, medical students and paramedics to serve our rural brethren disciplined of proper health services, to empower women in the villages to become implementing agent of our health schemes and also to provide them employment through vocational training. Many Rotarians are closely linked to this project which offers hope to many disadvantaged people.

https://www.ekalarogya.org/

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VICE CHAIR DR KUSUM CHOPRA

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Our booth will be colourful with plenty of ideas for good health projects. It will also be a place to network with like-minded health professionals.

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Left to right:  Drs. John,  Evans,  Chacha and Rotarian Cosmas Haule

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ROTARY'S GLOBAL IMPACT IS UNRECOGNIZED.

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

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