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International Projects

 

 Samoa Project 2018

Garry Gunnell from The Rotary Club of Bendigo showing the Principal how the laptops work

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 Samoa Project 2018

Plaque presented to the Rotary Club of Bendigo by the Rotary Club of Apia. In acknowledgment of 24 years of service to the Community of Samoa

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 Samoa Project 2018

Auala Primary School in Savii’I Samoa School Sign

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 Samoa Project 2018

Plaque presented to the Rotary Club of Bendigo by the Rotary Club of Apia. In acknowledgment of 24 years of service to the Community of Samoa

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 Samoa Project 2018

Children at Auala Primary School in Savii’I Samoa where a team refurbished a classroom to make it suitable for a Computer Room. Also made computer desks for the 10 new Laptops presented to them

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 Nepal Committee Update Feb 2018

Training and Education Program

We are delighted to announce that Mr. Nawang Tamang, a young Nepali man, is the second recipient of the Rotary Club of Bendigo Nepal Committe 'Training and Education Program Scholarship’ for 2018-2021.

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School Books for Timor Leste 2018

Rotary Club of Bendigo are once again collecting exercise books for school students in Timor - and WE'D LOVE YOU TO HELP !

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 Former Rotary Youth Exchange, Ophelie Pouilleui

It was a great privilege for Joy and I to be able to attend the wedding of Ophelie to Sean Magnusson in Cairns last week.

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 How the Rotary Foundation was founded

The Rotary Foundation transforms your gifts into projects that change lives both close to home and around the world.

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 Rotary Club of Bendigo Samoa History

I have seen first-hand many Rotary projects throughout the world. I guess it has become a passion of mine within Rotary to witness the wonderful work of Rotary not only on a local level, but internationally also. S

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 Rotary Club of Bendigo Group Study Exchange History

In 1963 District 9800 first became involved in the notion of sending a group off -shore to study vocational and cultural aspects.

PDG Frank Newman, from the Rotary Club of Melbourne, led a five week study tour to Papua New Guinea.

 

Topics: gse,  group study exchange,  rotary gse

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