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Content Item - Food Plant Solutions

In 2015, approximately 2,600,000 children under the age of 5 died from malnutrition linked causes. Like polio, hunger and malnutrition is preventable. Like polio, Food Plant Solutions needs extensive partnerships. Like polio, a long-term commitment is needed.

We are calling on all Rotarians to follow ‘End Polio Now’ with ‘End Malnutrition NOW’  Please contact us at info@foodplantsolutions.org to became part of ‘End Malnutrition NOW’

Topics: education,  food,  nutrition,  malnutrition,  sustainable food solutions,  native plants,  economic development

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Content Item - Beseda - Timor Leste

Beseda - Timor Leste   Water and Sanitation project

Topics: volunteering,  joining rotary,  clean water,  education,  sanitation

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Content Item - Youth Exchange changing lives in Argentina

During her last year as a 16-year-old Rotary Youth Exchange student Charlotte Burgess travelled from her quiet rural community near Drury, NZ, to a very different world in Alta Gracia, Argentina. A project initiated by Charlotte while in Argentina is nearing completion and will significantly benefit the children at the Rector Avanzi Preschool in Alta Gracia by adding an outside shelter.

Topics: youth exchange,  gap year,  education,  argentina,  shelter

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Content Item - Global grant connects continents

It all started with a visit to Mamba Primary School, a small school on the lower slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania in early 2008 by Noela Phillips, wife of a member of the Rotary Club of Brisbane High-Rise, Qld.

Topics: education

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Content Item - Tourism in Cambodia making a world of difference

The legacy left by Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge is tragic. Since Pol Pot’s regime fell, Cambodia's population has grown to 15 million, of which 85 per cent are uneducated, struggling farmers. Today, only a third of children finish school. There is no social welfare system. Nine in 10 people do not have clean water. Cholera, typhoid fever, malaria and dengue fever are common.

Topics: education,  cambodia,  tourism

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