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Eradicating polio will be one of the greatest public health achievements in history and ensure that every child – now and for generations to come – will be able to live a polio-free life.
Rotary welcomes Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s announcement of $100 million commitment for polio eradication and routine immunisations.
Why doesn’t Justin Bieber have polio?
If you asked what former politician Kim Beazley, actors Mia Farrow and Alan Alda, musicians Joni Mitchell and Neil Young, golfer Jack Nicklaus, movie director Francis Ford Coppola and a woman in India who walks on all fours all have in common, few people would be able to identify the common link between them.
Content Item - Rotary to challenge Oprah Winfrey’s Sydney Harbour Bridge climb to raise funds to eradicate polio worldwide
Rotarians from around the globe will come together in Sydney to beat a world record currently held by Oprah Winfrey and raise funds for polio eradication.
It was during the term of an Australian Rotary International President, Queensland's Clem Renouf in 1979 that Rotary International first took up the international fight to stop polio.
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