WEEK OF FEBRUARY 8:
- Rotary helps alleviate refugee crisisRotary works to alleviate refugee crisis Rotary members have changed the lives of thousands of
- Press release Rotary convention brings thousands to TorontoInternational Rotary convention brings 24,000 people to Toronto Most multi-cultural convention to be held in the cityTORONTO – The 109th annual international
- Princess Anne to speak at Rotary ConventionPrincess Anne will speak at Rotary International conventionBy Geoff JohnsonHer Royal Highness The Princess Royal, Princess Anne, will address the 2018 Rotary International Convention on 24 June in
- Rotaract clubs honored for excellent service 2018Top Rotaract honor goes to club that empowers women who have HIVRotaract clubs around the world earn awards for excellent
When someone mentions the Fiji Islands? Do you think of pristine beaches, palm trees swaying gently in the ocean breezes? A trip of a lifetime? But did you know that villages on Fiji and on most South Pacific Islands have no electricity or even running water? Villagers depend on kerosene lamps for light. These lamps expose them to deadly fumes, the risk of fires and provide insufficient light to study or work by. Through a Rotary Grant solar lamps will be purchased for families in the remote village of Togo. The solar lamps are safer and provide a light that is 15 times brighter than kerosene.