Eradication of Wild Poliovirus Tye 3


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Falowai School Replacement Timor Leste

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WIne Appreciation Event Keilor Event at Hote l- 22nd September

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Rotary Club of Keilor 2nd Annual High Tea 26th May

Time 1.45pm to 3.45pm Cost $45 Per person

For Booking pleas call Mary on Home 039337-0145 before 13th May

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Eradication of Polio

Ongoing support for Polio Eradication
Since 1988 when Rotary International committee to eradicate Polio we have seen a 99.9% reduction on Polio cases throughout the world, but the fight is not finished.  Polio continues to paralyse children in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Nigeria.  As long as on child is at risk all children are at risk which is why we are committed to see this effort to the very end.  Our contribution this year will help to immunise 2500 children.  For more information click on this link End Polio | My Rotary

The Rotary Club of Keilor recently donated $1500 to this Rotary Internation Project

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Balibo - Timor Leste update

Recently several Rotary CLubs form Victoria sent a shipping container to Balibo District Timor Leste

Balibo; The latest container has arrived in Balibo and the community there got straight to work;
1.    The playground equipment is being installed at Balibo Five Kindergarten and Diretora, Maria Lake and children are patiently waiting for the concrete to dry!
2.    The Community Kitchen is being completed
3.    The Conference Centre fit-out has arrived and Luisa de Araujo and her team are showing off with different settings.
4.    The computers have arrived and will be deployed among Schools and the Computer Class at the Community Learning Centre
5.    The Tool Boxes for the new Mechanics Shop have arrived, and the bikes and motorbikes are lining up for repairs.

Belola, more clubs are joining our Belola Prep-School and Kindy project, we are now very confident we will be able to go above the $50,000 we had initially committed to. Some of our Corporate donors have also indicated we can count on more help from them, including another kitchen and playground equipment.




Dear All Here are some photos taken while kids playing on the new playground. Look at their smile is so beautiful because of all your hard work and kindness to donated, provide and installed for them.
They don't know how to say thank you but their smile said "thank you very much for all of you"
For all of your hard work really appreciated.

Best regards,

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Village of Balibo - Timor Leste

Recently the Rotary Club of Keilor adoptred a village in Timor Leste - Balibo and the club is currently working with the Rotary Club of Port Melbourne to improve Health and Education services in the village of Balibo and surrounding areas.

Recently the Keilor Rotary Club held a Trivia night in conjunction with the Gateway Rotaract Club ( Rotary Club for younger people) to raise funds to purchase refurbished computers and ship them along with desks to Balibo.

The Rotary Club of Keilor has recently applied for a Rotary District International Grant to build a dental clinc in the village community centre (The Balibo Flag House)


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Rotary International Victorian Primary School Recycling Project

Every child has the right to a good education, but sadly for many this is only a dream.   70,000,000 children will receive no schooling this year.   Two of the key elements needed to provide education are well equipped classrooms and the things that students need.     In Australia we are very fortunate to be able to replace items before they wear out and discard goods that would be very valuable in developing countries.       We are working with local schools and students to donate all of the reusable material they no longer require, to be given to the teachers and students who lack these resources and who deserve our help.
There are three donation areas of particular interest
•    Recycling the library books no longer require
•    End of year collection of the items students and the school no longer require
•    Recycling equipment that is being replaced
Last year the West Footscray Donations In Kind Store shipped 45 x 20’ containers of goods overseas, the cost was $220,000+ and almost all of this was funded by Rotary Clubs.    Our Club is a strong supporter of this great operation.    Much of the material being collected would have become landfill if we did not provide this much better alternative.  
Sadly unless some without help with donations for shipping there will continue to be times when we can’t collect valuable material because there is no room to store it or funds to ship.    In other states Government contributes to the shipping cost, but in Victoria we have to rely on the Community.    It only cost $4 to ship a chair so a little makes a big difference.
 If this is an area that interests you we hope that you will join with the Rotary Club of Keilor and be partners in this great project

In East Timor there are 100,000 children without desks or chairs

This school was fully equiped with donated equipment and the Rotary Club of Keilor paid for the shipping

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Timor Leste Schools Project - Ainaro

Ainaro is a large district in central Timor with the capital, also called Ainaro, being approximately 5-6 hours away from Dili, the capital of Timor Leste. It is a mountainous region south of Aileu that includes the highest parts of Timor-Leste that extends right down to the south coast. Maubisse where the Bendigo Clubs are involved in a major school rebuilding program is part of the district.

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