A New Place to Call Home

MORE THAN HALF A MILLION refugees and other displaced persons have made their home in Australia and New Zealand over the past 50 years. This number will continue rising, with more people displaced today than at any other point in human history. Rotarians are on the ground welcoming refugees into their communities, supporting integration and helping create brighter futures.

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A New Place to Call Home

Give Every Child a Future

THE MAJOR INTERNATIONAL PROJECT to celebrate the centenary of Rotary in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific has been given the full go-ahead. The project will prevent cervical cancer and save children’s lives through the introduction of vaccines for human papillomavirus (HPV), rotavirus and pneumococcal disease into nine Pacific Island countries: Cook Islands, Kiribati, Nauru, Niue, Samoa, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu.

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Give Every Child a Future

The Tasman Fires

NEW ZEALAND recently faced its largest forest fire since 1955, yet not a single life was lost thanks to the true grit of 150 firefighters, 23 helicopter pilots and countless volunteers.

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The Tasman Fires

All Inclusive

SINCE 2017, Rotary clubs in Western Australia and Inclusion WA have been working together in a WA first to put people with disability into meaningful, paid employment.

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All Inclusive

Books by the Bucket Load

POOR LITERACY, especially in English, is a major problem in Papua New Guinea. To help address this issue, the Rotary Club of Kenthurst, NSW, has been filling the country’s schools and libraries with books, computers, stationery and other school supplies since 2011.

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Books by the Bucket Load

Rotary Matters

THE NEW ROTARY MATTERS SEGMENT is your go-to resource for ideas on how to bring more awareness to what your club is doing, why Rotary is relevant to your community and how you can engage your members even further.

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Rotary Matters