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ShelterBox responds to flooding in Uganda

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A ShelterBox Response Team (SRT) has just landed in Uganda as continuous heavy rains in the western Kasese region have caused the ‘worst flooding since 1976’, according to the country’s authorities and media reports.

Uganda National Rotary alerted ShelterBox Operations department describing the disaster:

‘… Rains have wreaked havoc in Kasese District… at least six people have been killed… thousands of homes washed away, a hospital inundated, and roads made impassable… the immediate needs are shelter, blankets, water filtration…’

District Executive

Date and Time: 
Wednesday, May 15, 2013 - 19:00 - 21:00

Bikes for Africa

Jole Rider Bikes stacked in the container

Ninety-seven bikes were delivered to the Bike Shed at Tetbury to be prepared for shipment to Africa.

There were three from RC Handsworth, twelve from RC Edgbaston Convention, one from Birmingham and eighty-one from the King Edward VI Five Ways Interact Club. Handsworth, Edgbaston Convention and Birmingham clubs also donated a total of over £430 to support the transport of the bikes.

Areas in the District for 2013/14

The following areas will come into force on 1 July 2013.

Clean water brings better health

Residents of Makoor, Kerala, India, show the effects of years of drinking and cooking with highly fluoridated water.

 The World Health Organization estimates that almost one-tenth of global diseases could be prevented by improving the water supply, sanitation, hygiene, and the management of water resources.

The citizens of Patari, a village in Uttar Pradesh, are among 25 million people in India alone who suffer the consequences of fluorosis, an irreversible condition caused by elevated levels of fluoride in drinking water. The painful effects of fluorosis can include bone deformities, calcification of ligaments and tendons, and abnormal bone density.

ShelterBox sends tents for Pakistan quake survivors

ShelterBox tents are en route to help displaced families in Mashkail, an area in Balochistan Province in south-western Pakistan that has been the most affected by a 7.8-magnitude earthquake, which hit inside southern Iran near the Pakistan border on 16 April.

The violent tremors flattened much of Mashkail and the surrounding region including houses and shops. Media reports are saying national relief efforts have been delayed due to the isolation of the area.

Assembly Notes for Membership

Slides for the assembly session are attached.  Please log on to read them.

Help WBS Students

Please help the Warwick Business School students who are working on a project about membership for RIBI.  

Please fill in their survey at http://tiny.cc/wbs-rotary when it comes online on Monday.

DISTRICT 1060 HANDOVER DINNER

Date and Time: 
Wednesday, July 3, 2013 - 19:00 - 22:00
Handover to the new District Governor
Location: 
Westmead Hotel, Redditch Road, Hopwood, Birmingham

You are invited to attend the District Handover Meeting hosted by Rotary Club of Alcester Alauna

Cost of £22.00 per head which includes a reception drink of Pimms or Orange.

This will be a fellowship evening with a full two course meal (with vegetarian alternative to order) and will be the start of Bryan Carpenter's year as District Governor.

Hospital Equipment for India - Can you help?

I have just returned from two weeks on business in India including a weekend in Kolkata. I had a meeting with Mr. B.D Agarwal, one of our long time suppliers and business associates who is the owner of a foundry and a Rotarian who has become extremely active in community service.

ShelterBox Current Operations

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ShelterBox are currently working on five different disasters, Our work in Jordan and the Lebanon to provide support to the Syrian refugees coming across the borders remains a major priority for ShelterBox, your support in sharing this information with your Rotary district clubs will be greatly appreciated. Thank you!