February 9, 2019 Dr. Ujala Nayyar dreams, both figuratively and literally, about a world that is free from polio. Nayyar, the World Health Organization's surveillance officer in Pakistan’s Punjab province, says she often imagines the outcome of her work in her sleep. In her waking life, she leads a team of health workers who … Continue reading Living the dream to eradicate polio
With the outline and the details of the plans of the emerging Rotaract Club of Manningham, there is a heart warming story of Rotaract service on the Rotary International web site. New Rotaract Club is creating community
My dear friends and fellow Rotary leaders, This year, on 24 October, Rotary will again mark World Polio Day. I am writing to ask all of you to join me on that day in raising global awareness of the urgent need to End Polio Now. I have been a Rotarian since long before Rotary committed … Continue reading A letter from Barry Rassin
The question of how to measure development and human well-being has attracted the attention of economists, policy-makers, researchers, and other social scientists for decades. For example, the Human Development Index produced by the United Nations seeks to measures a country’s achievements in three specific areas: living standards, health, and education. But what about peace? How … Continue reading Peace – how do we measure it?
A published profile is a valuable asset (especially when it IS good news!) and we are delighted to share our national profile, published in the July edition of Rotary Down Under - the Australia and New Zealand publication for all members of Rotary clubs. Rotary Down Under, July 2018 - Membership Article