We are delighted to say this is our final of our ‘fundraising news’. We will continue to produce newsletters until the rollout is complete which is three years after the last country started. Just less frequently. Rotarians, pease share proudly with friends and family. This is a huge achievement for every Rotarian in the Pacific and across New Zealand and Australia. Read our newsletter here.
Rotary’s role in this project is to fundraise US$3.9 million. With our final Global grant application submitted this month we are almost there. It is exciting to see our vaccines finally being delivered. Check out our Director’s Report for a country breakdown. Click here to read.
2022 saw real momentum for Rotary Give Every Child A Future as we emerged from COVID-19, both for Rotary’s fund-raising and UNICEF’s implementation. Catch up with all the news here and read about the planning visit preparing the way for Rotary International’s President Jennifer Jones’s trip to the Pacific in 2023.
Events beyond our control meant we could not produce a June newsletter but the September edition is a bumper one. Our immunisation program rollouts have gained momentum as COVID-19 restrictions are eased and borders in Pacific countries start to re-open.
So, grab a coffee and click here to ‘read all about it’!
Welcome to our first 2022 Newsletter. This year we are featuring Milca Jeremiash, 11, as she received her first dose of the HPV vaccine during the RGECAF vaccines launch event in Nauru in late 2021 on our front page. Thank you to UNICEF for proving many of the newsletter imagery.
This quarter read about RIPE Jennifer Jone’s support of RGECAF and this months Aussie Peace Walk. And remember, please email us with any RGECAF events your club is planning so we can feature you in our next edition.
So, grab a coffee, put your feet up and enjoy. Click here to read.
Welcome to our first quarterly newsletter. After many years of planning, Rotary Give Every Child A Future vaccines have arrived in the Pacific, storage equipment has been distributed and health workers training us underway.
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