The projects listed below have indicated they are responding to earthquake damage and repairs and have links to Rotary Clubs in Nepal.
|Local Rotary Club||Nepal Club|
To fund reconstruction of community facilities after the recent earth quake. To support Nepali teams to build toilets & waste disposal systems (both biogas & septic) in very poor villages & in schools. To provide school & village dental care & hygiene.
Rotary Club of Dee Why Warringah ,
|Rotary Club of Dhulikhel|
To fund reconstruction of community facilities after the recent earth quake. To upgrade Dharapani Lower Secondary School which provides services for a number of the surrounding Villages, drawing students from Bhairabi and the two other schools
Rotary Club of Wahroonga ,
|Rotary Club of Mount Everest|
To raise funds to be sent to the Rotary Club of Hetauda, D3292 Nepal to assist in rebuilding after the recent earthquake.
Contact PDG Bruce Buxton
|Rotary Club of Hetauda|
|78- 2014-15||To raise funds to be sent to the Rotary Club of Dhulikhel, D3292 Nepal to be used for humanitarian aid and to assist in repairing community facilities throughout the Kavre & adjoining Districts.||
Rotary Club of Castle Hill ,
|Rotary Club of Dhulikhel|
RAWCS has setup a disaster fund in to allow individuals and Rotary Clubs to make tax deductible donations to aid recovery efforts in Vanuatu. Rotary Districts around Australia have combined forces to establish and support this project which will aid recovery efforts in Vanuatu.
We will be supporting local people rebuilding their lives and communities.
At its peak, Cyclone Marcia in Queensland during February caused 69,500 premises to lose power, at least 1000 homes suffered structural damage and 385 properties have been deemed uninhabitable.
The Insurance Council of Australia has received 8950 claims, with the estimated losses now standing at $67 million. These numbers are confronting, but they are nothing compared to the human suffering the cyclone caused.Donations can be made by clicking here
Bo Childrens Hospital in Sierra Leonne, built by the Rotary Club of Turramurra, is one of many projects through which we provide care, equipment, and training opportunities for health care staff to improve maternal and child health. Maternal and child health support the Eastern Highlands, Papua New Guinea Renovation & refurbishment of Reproductive Health Clini awareness program for parents. Solomon Islands Kenya . Aspects of birthing and nutrition receive support.
' Care for Africa' in Tanzania, supported by the Rotary Club of South Launceston, provides water wells, a mobile health clinic, health care professionals, scholarships for students, teacher training and education resources. Other projects address contaminated water worldwide, sink bores in Timor Leste, build toilet blocks,in Indonesia, provide water distribution within Philippines and provide sanitary facilities in India. Browse such projects....
An upgrade of dental clinics on Cook Islands was facilitated by the Rotary Club of Ballarat West. Other projects support eye hospitals in Nepal, provide mediical scholarships in Timor Leste, fund a 22 bed hospital in Vanuatu, a 500 bed cancer hospital in Bangladesh.and an emergency unit in Sri Lanka. Support is provided for medical missions in Philippines and Solomon Islands and cataract operations in Nepal and remote China. Find out more ....
antea Beigi from Australia (second on a left) participates in the Peace and Conflict Resolution Workshop: Unarmed Civilian Peacekeeping during Rotary World Peace Symposium Breakout Session III. Rotary International Convention, 4 May 2012, Bangkok, Thailand.
Cambodian children without classrooms are being helped by the Rotary Club of Liverpool West. We are caring for destitute children in Thailand, orphans in Cambodia , building playgrounds in Fiji, providing teacher housing in Tanzania, supporting reading in Thailand- many more, read about them.....
The Rotary Club of Healesville is building goat farm and fresian cow parent stock to change the fortunes of families in Kenya. Other projects offer aid to Phillipines villages to build skills, support local developments in PNG, help re-locate villages in New Guinea, provide infrastructure in Solomons. See more .....
Our Rotary Australia Benevolent Society (RABS) to assisst Rotary Clubs and Rotary Districts within Australia to respond to needs within their own communities and to gain tax deductibility for donations made to their projects which provide direct relief to people in need through personal needs or disasters..
RAWCS Overseas Aid Fund is a Deductible Gift Recipient so is able to offer tax deductible donations tp support organisations with worthy projects outside Australia. Rotary Australia Benevolent Society (RABS) can provide a similar service within Australia.
Our Rotary Australia Overseas Aid Fund ( ABN: 21 388 376 554 ) holds the following registrations which will enable it to accept tax deductible donations and grants from all sources in Australia including business coorporations and not-for-profit organisations.