Posted by Dudley Mercer
Please consider donating to our Club-Sponsored Projects
The E-Club of Greater Sydney is proud to sponsor a variety of registered projects around the world through
Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS).

Spread Joy by Donating to Our Projects

sewAID to developing countries, Worldwide - (RAWCS: 22-2006-07)
To offer selected poor women in developing countries the opportunity to sew &
also provide them with machines, equipment & skills they need to start a small home business.
Micro loans are provided to recipients who require them.
To Donate, Click Here
The United Mission Hospital, Tansen, Nepal - (RAWCS: 78-2018-19) 
To supply funding & medical equipment to The United Mission Hospital, Tansen, Nepal
The Hospital has a capacity of 169 beds.
Over 2,000 visits require treatment paid by charity or are given credit.
The Medical Assistance Fund (MAF) provides charity to the poorest patients.
Each year the Hospital is seeing more and more patients in need of assistance,
hence reducing funds to purchase much needed equipment. (2020 Newsletter).
The Hospital, founded in 1954, is located at Tansen, 1,350 metres above sea level
in the mountainous Palpa District serving an area of nearly a million people. 
“The hospital is placed in a beautiful area crowded with poor people struggling to survive”.
  To Donate, Click Here
Mama Wimbi Buntings for Independence and Education, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) - (RAWCS: 103-2017-18)
DRC is one of the few countries which does not provide its citizens with ANY free education,
even at primary level. Paid employment is in very short supply and is often so underpaid
that even teachers who work 6 days a week survive by begging.
We plan to establish an export business to enable mothers to support their families
using the sewing skills that they already have.
We plan to teach local people the skills to manage international marketing via the internet so that the business will become independent of outside support.
To Donate, Click Here
To visit the website click here  
Building a Healthy Congo,  Democratic Republic of Congo - (RAWCS: 47-2015-16)
To support the development of quality higher education and medical care
in the Democratic Republic of Congo through the Université Protestante au Congo
and selected educational and medical institutions.
To Donate, Click Here
Lotumbe Community Development Project, Democratic Republic of the Congo - (RAWCS: 20-2013-14)
To provide sustainable improvements to existing health and education services
for villagers, and the well-being of women in Lotumbe, Democratic Republic of the Congo. 
Rotary Australia World Community Service and other project partners,
work with the Lotumbe community on a wide range of capacity building projects.
These include sustainable beekeeping, women's micro credit, duck eggs and
fruit sales that help pay for orphans' schooling, and agriculture.
In spite of being accessible only by canoe or forest paths, Lotumbe is a rural hub,
with K-12 schools (approx. 1000 students) and a reference hospital.
A population of 87,976 accesses these social services.
To Donate, Click Here
Kisaru Nkera Initiatives (KINI), Trans Mara, Kenya - (RAWCS: 72-2012-13)
To help Masai children and their communities to a better life through education,
health care services and community programs at Trans Mara, Kenya
To Donate, Click Here
Sustainable Villages Project, Oecusse, Timor-Leste - (RAWCS: 50-2011-12)
To assist villages in the Oecusse area, Timor-Leste in environmental challenges impacting on health and livelihood.
Specifically reducing the incidence of infant mortality & disease by improving food supplies, water, sanitation & the environment.
To donate, click here.
The Gift (RAWCS # 96-2020-21)
To help Nigerians suffering from extreme poverty and under- privileged members of the communities who find it difficult to access medical treatment. Combining the provision of donated medical equipment with the training of local health care workers to enable local Nigerian communities to be able to have access to quality medical facilities. Assisting with the provision of equipment to maternity and Neo-natal wards will improve maternal and child health and help reduce the infant mortality rate. Providing a steady and regular medical outreach in rural communities will help to identify members of the community who have serious medical issues and need urgent medical attention. Surgical interventions will also be organised for more serious issues