People of Action
Recycled laptops help isolated students
A project in Wales is helping to provide laptops to children with limited or no access to online tools during lockdown.
Preloved and Reloved
The QE Interact group based at the Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College in Darlington is usually a very active, hands-on group but Covid has challenged how they have done things this year.
Plant trees for a better world
Rotarians in these isles are currently developing a portfolio of projects to stimulate increased environmental action. Paul Keeley from Newcastle Gosforth Rotary explains what they are trying to do.
A one-man recycling machine
Rotarian Samy Wassef is a one-man recycling machine who is making sure that valuable resources don’t end up in landfill.
Step forward to tackle footwear poverty
Rotarians from over 40 clubs in north-west England are raising awareness of footwear poverty by encouraging friends, neighbours and families to collect footwear which would otherwise end up in landfill sites.
Irish prisoners use skills on Rotary project
Rotary Ireland’s ‘Bikes for Africa’ project has become a focal point project on the Emerald Isle, with prisoners helping to refurbish unwanted bicycles, which are then shipped to Africa.
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Feeding the 7,000
John and Chris Philip initiated a project in Tanzania providing schools with the knowledge and resources so breakfast could kick start the day, three times a week. With the help of local teachers, their dream is proving a reality.
Making a difference in Pune
A Rotary global grant has allowed Welsh Rotary clubs to invest in a hygiene project in the city of Pune.
A perfect partnership
Bognor Hotham Rotary, backed by Extra Cover, enabled children to be collected from rural areas to grasp the opportunity for education.
It’s all pants!
Travelling twice yearly, a group of specialists in their sector have been providing international support for medical services and schools.
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
What hope for polio in Afghanistan
Rotary lends a helping hand
HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh: a friend of Rotary
Shaping the road to recovery
Living in the Plastic Soup
Peace Advocate Project: A step in the right direction
December 2020-January 2021
Africa's Finest Hour: Historic milestone reached in global battle to wipe out polio
October - November 2020
Captain Tom: A nation salutes an inspiration
COVID-19: Saluting Rotary's Heroes
Being Frank about mental health
Australian bushfires: How Rotary is helping to rebuild from the flames
Scavenging to survive
December 2019-January 2020
Why should a child go hungry?
Winning the hearts and minds of organ donors
From source to sea: The fight against plastic pollution
Modern slavery: It's closer than you think
My son was groomed online and murdered
War & Peace: How Rotary's future was shaped by the Great War
December 2018-January 2019
Rotary behind bars: Rehabilitation or punishment?
Dementia: Why it is Britain's biggest killer
Golden Eboni Lights up Gold Coast
Dolly in Dreamland
Sammi's bid for Games glory
How Hollywood is tackling the issue of polio
December 2017-January 2018
It's Strictly Dementia
Martin Bell: Back on the frontline
The lasting legacy
Feeling the love
Born Free: Saving our Endangered World
December 2016-January 2017
Crazy mad dreamer
Literacy opens the world
The Prince's Trust
The fight against the Zika virus
Facing the Floods
Bringing World Peace to Nations
December 2015-January 2016
Africa Polio free for one year
Helping the Children of Nepal
Out of the dirt and into the classroom
Transforming Lives with Safe Water
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