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What We Do For Our World


ShelterBox USA

Rotary partners with ShelterBox USA to help devastated communities. ShelterBox provides emergency shelter and tools to displaced families around the world. ShelterBox is always on the ground, working to help the most vulnerable, no matter how remote. It wants to see a world where no family is left without shelter after disaster. It's helping in Ukraine, Syria, the Philippines, Haiti, Yemen, and more. “The partnership is absolutely fundamental to what we do,” Chris Warham , former chief executive said. “Ninety percent of our deployments involve working with local Rotarians. In almost every case, our first call is to the local Rotary club to see how they can help us as the teams start to deploy."

FOWAC/ SoloGrid

Mission Statement: FOWAC exists to improve the quality of life for women and girls affected by conflicts in Northern Uganda.

FOWAC is a woman run non-profit NGO founded in 2007 after the conflict (civil war) with LRA (Joseph Kony) subsided in Northern Uganda.  FOWAC plays a pivotal role in reintegrating returnee mothers with their families and facilitating dialogue that encourages reconciliation between the parties.

Northern Uganda is home to an overwhelming number of these conflict-affected young women and youth who need support for basic skills training and economic opportunities in order to become self-sustaining members of the community

SoloGrid has formed a partnership with FOWAC and Rotary clubs in the US and Uganda to create self-sustaining community centers by providing renewable energy that enables community based economic opportunities and extended education opportunities.

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Fight to End Polio

End Polio Rotary has been working to eradicate polio for more than 35 years. Our goal of ridding the world of this disease is closer than ever.


As a founding partner of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative, we've reduced polio cases by 99.9 percent since our first project to vaccinate children in the Philippines in 1979.Rotary members have contributed more than $2.1 billion and countless volunteer hours to protect nearly 3 billion children in 122 countries from this paralyzing disease. Rotary’s advocacy efforts have played a role in decisions by governments to contribute more than $10 billion to the effort.

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