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International Service encompasses efforts to expand Rotary’s humanitarian reach around the world and to promote world understanding and peace. It includes everything from contributing to PolioPlus to helping Rotary Youth Exchange students adjust to their host countries.

Rotary Supports Manisha's 'Everest Challenge'

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Our international charity, Manisha UK, staged a highly successful 'Everest Challenge' in Alcester on Saturday, 14th November, and with help from our members, raised over £5,000.

International Projects Conference

Date and Time: 
Saturday, November 14, 2015 - 09:00 - 12:00
Rotary clubs have been shining their light in communities all over the world through numerous International Service projects for many years.
Location: 
Tally Ho Conference Centre [Trophy Suite ] Pershore Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B5 7RN

There are countless opportunities to get involved and to involve others in our community. This conference now in its 4rd year is to continue the development of international service by Rotarians in Clubs in District 1060.

Your invitation, agenda and reservation form is attached and we, the District International Team, look forward to meeting you all again for another informative, fun packed Conference.

Opportunities to Serve

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World Child Cancer urgently needs to raise 5,500 to the fund the treatment costs for children with cancer in Cameroon.

Every year, around 120 children are diagnosed with cancer at our partner hospitals in Cameroon.

While many of the cancers diagnosed are treatable, survival rates remain horrendously low, as parents are struggling to meet the cost of drugs and therefore are being forced to make the heart-breaking decision to abandon their child’s treatment.

ShelterBox Operations updates

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Through the personal help of Amarjit Nandra of the Rotary Club of Aston, Keith McDavid has been working very closely with the Sikh Channel Aid; a not for profit TV channel here in Birmingham; which transmits to the Sikh community throughout the UK, Western Europe and Toronto, on channel 840.

Nepal Earthquake Appeal

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Following the tragic earthquake that hit Nepal last weekend, Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland has pledged its support to help victims with long term support.

Rotary’s Donation Trust has been set up for the Nepal Earthquake Appeal, which will provide support for sustainable community projects once the immediate emergency has been dealt with.

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