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With the support of a group of New Zealand Rotarians, leprosy victims and their families in Tanzania are receiving the care they deserve.
When PDG Stuart Batty and the late John Somerville travelled to Tanzania in 2001, their journey took them to the Upendo Rehabilitation Home for Leprosy Sufferers in Maji ya Chai. The centre was home to 150 men, women and children, including widows of Leprosy victims and families where both parents suffered the debilitating, though curable, condition.
The sisters, with Rotary’s support, further prepare the children for formal schooling and encourage residents to realise their potential despite their circumstances.
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Provide financial assistance to deserving studentsRCMC provides financial assistance to deserving students who are challenged by poverty to have basic education and/or continue their education. Through its scholarship fund and individual support of members, the club has sponsored a 10-day educational tours of primary students to Osaka, Japan, with the help of its sister club of RC Osaka Evening, Japan; supported a 2-year high school education for a Filipina student in Osaka, who is now a teacher in a remote public school in Lucena City, Quezon, Philippines; and built day care centers to provide free basic education. In 2016, the club helped a college student graduate from the University of the Philippines who is now working in a prestigious company. This year, RCMC was made proud again by one of its scholars, Renalyn Mapaye, who graduated on June 8, 2017 with a degree in BS Accountancy. She is now reviewing for CPA Board Exam with the club’s assistance.
Tree Planting – 2017-18
Simultaneous tree planting of all Rotary clubs in R.I. District 3800…
To celebrate the start of Rotary Year 2017-2018, all clubs in the District 3800 had a simultaneous tree planting at various locations in the locality of the District. The Rotary Club of Marikina West joined the other clubs in Zone 4 tree planting at Pintong Bukawe.
SOLUTIONS TO MALNUTRITION & FOOD SECURITY
Delivering self-sustaining solutions to hunger, malnutrition and food security in countries throughout the developing world. The project focuses on empowering people through a better understanding of the value of their own local food resources that are well adapted and thrive naturally with minimal inputs. Easily incorporated into existing projects.
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