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PPT for Schools
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  • For example (click), most of southern India is polio free as you can see from this map. Great progress was made from 2008 (click) to 2009. The Indian Expert Advisory Committee that met in June 2009 determined that the epidemiologic, virologic, genetic, operational and technical evidence all suggest that India is firmly on the right path to finish eradication. A primary focus will be on improving vaccination activities in the Kosi river area of Bihar and accessing mobile populations moving out of Uttar Pradesh.
  • This pie chart shows in which countries Rotary makes grants. The majority of funding since 2002 has been spent in the four remaining polio endemic countries: India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nigeria. The balance of funding supports activities in the high risk and importation countries such as Angola, Chad, Ethiopia, Nepal, Niger, Sudan, and others.
  • This pie chart shows the distribution of polio funds since 2002. As you can see, most of the funding has been granted for operational support; those activities required to get the vaccine in to the mouths of children, followed by surveillance and social mobilization. Since 2002, grant expenditures are just over US$300 million.
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    • 1. ROTARY DISTRICT 3000 CHILD FOR CHILD A Fund raiser project for Eradication of Polio hand in hand with Schools and Colleges
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    • 3. PARTNERS IN THE CAUSE
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    • 5. ROTARY IN INDIA Districts 31 Clubs 3031 Members 110234
    • 6. Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, India-2009 YTD
    • 7. Rotary India’s Leaders with our Honourable Prime Minister
    • 8. Recognition to Smt.Rajshree Birla for contributing to the cause of Eradicating Polio Her Excellency the President of India, Smt.Rajshree Birla, Past RI President Rajendra K. Saboo
    • 9. DISTRIBUTION OF POLIOPLUS GRANTS 2002-2009
    • 10. *The terms of the Gates Challenge grant include a small component of funding for research. PolioPlus has not traditionally funded research. DISTRIBUTION OF POLIOPLUS GRANTS 2002-2009 in US$ millions Operational Support Costs $186.65 (61%) Administrative Grants to National PolioPlus Committees $1.92 (1%) Research $9.4 (3%)* Social Mobilization $33.55(11%) Surveillance $72.3 (24%) *The terms of the Gates Challenge grant include a small component of funding for research. Rotary (PolioPlus) has not traditionally funded research. [Operational Support Costs include manpower, training and meetings, supplies and equipment, and transportation.]
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    • 12. Why involve our children??? To instill the value of “Sharing and caring” Children can reach out to a larger audience Children are heard better Strengthens the patriotic spirit Inculcate social responsibility at a young age To create better leaders
    • 13. REAR COLLECTION FORMS FRONT
    • 14. Class Report Form : Request Class teachers to fill this form based on the Collection Forms To mark “Y” in the CERT column, if the amount is > Rs.500 To mark “Y” in the PIN column if the amount is > Rs.1000
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    • 17. RECOGNITIONS FOR CHILDREN….. For School Students Every student who collects Rs.500 + Certificate Every student who collects Rs.1000 + Certificate + Medal Two students who top the collections – in every School Shield Top 10 students who collect more than Rs.10000 – across District 3000 Trip to New Delhi Top 2 Teachers Momentos
    • 18. For Managements of Institutions PAUL HARRIS FELLOW “ Recognition (for a total collection exceeding Rs.50000)
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