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Uganda Nursing School, Bwindi, Africa:  Provides a scholarship to advance as many as two existing degree nurses to a Masters in Nursing Science, as well as a process to select a minimum of one candidate for the scholarship, and evaluate and submit a methodology to either enter into an agreement with Uganda Christian University or another acceptable entity to provide flow through services for the scholarship funds.
 
Honduras Clean Water Project:  In partnership with the Desert Research Institute of the University of Nevada, this project uses specially trained volunteers to design and manage a study, review data, and prepare a final report that will provide a roadmap for Rotary clubs on how to design more effective clean water projects and programs.
 
Corazon Construction Project:  Club members, in partnership with Comunidad Corazon, volunteer to build and repair homes in Mexico in one day, thus providing shelter, security, and hope for a family.
 
Clean Water for Baja California Sur:  This project developed by the Rotary Club of Truckee provides clean water to 2,748 small rural areas in Baja California Sur, protecting inhabitants from epidemic diseases such as diarrhea, giardia, and cholera.
 
Cow Farm, Nepal:  Delivering health in the Himalayas, the Cow Farm project, in partnership with Bodhi Tree Foundation, allows for the sale of fresh milk, as well as employment opportunities, additional nutrition for people in nearby villages, a 5-day Safe Motherhood training that teaches basic health education and midwifery skills to local women, distribution of clean     maternity delivery kits that are culturally acceptable and manufactured in Nepal.
 
Donation of Furniture to Ifako Comprehensive Senior High School, Lagos, Nigeria:  50 well-used school tables and chairs were refurbished and repainted to provide comfortable learning equipment for children who previously had to sit on cement floors.
 
Magkang Scholarship:  In partnership with the Rotary Club of Makang in Udonthani, Thailand, this project encourages students to stay in school and value education.  Students who live in poverty have a chance to study and improve their lives.
 
Lebanese School for the Blind and the Deaf: This project supports a Global Grant authored by the Rotary Club of Beirut Cosmopolitan to purchase equipment for the Lebanese School for the Blind and Deaf (LSBD), one of the best schools for handicapped students in Lebanon and the Middle East, but unfortunately with very limited resources. The equipment will enable the school to upgrade its services and programs. The beneficiaries are blind and deaf students from families living in poor communities in Lebanon.
 
Hotel Dieu Hospital Brain Surgery Project:  This project, authored by the Rotary Club of Beirut Cosmopolitan, provides equipment for complex neurosurgical procedures for brain and spinal disorders at Hotel Dieu Hospital, the medical center of Saint Joseph University’s School of Medicine, a teaching and training hospital for nursing, pharmacy, and medical students, and a center of research and development of the university.  The Hotel Dieu Hospital has a 95% success rate in performing these surgeries.
 
SPARSH Hospice:  The first hospice and palliative care center in the City of Hyderabad, has been functioning for 6 years to care for terminally ill patients and make their end peaceful and comfortable. The Rotary Club of Banjara Hills developed this project in response to a huge cancer burden in India.  Because of a paucity of resources diagnosis is delayed.  Thus, many cancer cases are at an advanced state and need palliative care.
 
UBUNTU:  The Ubuntu Education Fund redefines the possibilities for disadvantaged children in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.  Ubuntu’s Early Childhood Development program provides multifaceted household stability, health, and educational support to ensure that toddlers attain key developmental milestones and are on-track to succeed in school. More specifically, the initiative encompasses case management services, primary and preventative healthcare, and 350 hours of play-based, emergent early childhood educational programming.
 
Panama Special Needs Orphanage:  Casa Providencia is the first orphanage in Panama designed to improve the health and well-being of special needs children, reducing the mortality/morbidity of those under age five in particular.  This project improves access to essential medical and therapeutic services and provides the core equipment necessary for modern, safe hydrotherapy and physical therapy central to the care of these ch
 
 
 
 
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