Rotary mid vi wcs group

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World Community Service group
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  • Yes, that hole in the floor is an African toilet!
  • Shows eves on school and below ground cistern to hold rainwater (under construction).
  • Lower right photo shows bags of cement to be used for latrine construction. To begin soon.
  • Dish shows sample of bad water & why a well was needed.
  • Another African toilet – hole in the floor.
  • Rotary mid vi wcs group

    1. 1. Mid-Island Rotary WCS Group MIG Six Years of Partnership
    2. 2. Background • Inspired by Victoria’s Project Unity Committee • Formed in fall of 2007 - after exploratory meetings with reps of 11 Mid-Island clubs • 20 member clubs in 2012-13 • Each club has contributed a fixed amount per year to a “pool” of funds allocated by the Group to specific projects eligible for RF matching grants (amount is $600 for 2013-14) • Meets every 4-6 weeks in Nanaimo
    3. 3. Purposes of the Group • Improve capacity of member clubs to sponsor or otherwise support international projects • Improve understanding of RF requirements • Create opportunities to support larger higherimpact projects eligible for RF grants • Identify opportunities for members to work as volunteers on international service projects • Elevate the profile of Rotary’s international work among mid-island Rotarians & the general public
    4. 4. MIG Member Clubs • • • • • • • • • • Chemainus Cumberland Centennial Duncan Duncan Daybreak Ladysmith Lantzville Nanaimo Nanaimo Daybreak Nanaimo North Nanaimo Oceanside • • • • • • • • • • Parksville Parksville AM Port Alberni Port Alberni – Arrowsmith Port Hardy Qualicum Beach Qualicum Beach Sunrise Saltspring South Cowichan Strathcona Sunrise
    5. 5. Accomplishments • Completion of 21 projects over 6 years • Humanitarian needs met in communities within 10 countries (Belize, Bolivia, Ghana, Guatemala, India, Kenya, Mexico, Nepal, Peru &Uganda) • MIG funds of $47,800 CAD “leveraged” to enable projects costing a total of $512,000 USD
    6. 6. Bolivia 2007-2008 • Equipping and training 24 families in Montero to grow their own vegetables • Funded and delivered through Etta Projects • Administered by the Nanaimo North Club • MIG funds $2,500 CAD • Project cost $5,000 USD
    7. 7. Bolivia – Vegetable Gardening
    8. 8. Ghana 2008-2009 • Supplies and equipment for a primary school and a bore well, computer and mosquito nets for a medical centre in Sunyani • Sponsored by the Nanaimo Club • MIG funds $4,500 CAD • Project cost $33,600 USD • Pump replaced in 2010-2011
    9. 9. Ghana – School Supplies & Water Well
    10. 10. Mexico 2008-2009 • Inadequate power supply restricted services at Infantile Maternale Hospital near Puerto Escandido • Project provided a new power supply transformer for the hospital • Sponsored by Ladysmith Club • MIG funds $3,166 CAD • Project Cost $22,810 USD
    11. 11. Mexico – Hospital Power Supply
    12. 12. Ghana 2009-2010 • Providing a security wall around a primary school in Sunyani • Sponsored by Lantzville Club • MIG Funds $2,600 CAD • Project Cost $20,460 USD
    13. 13. Ghana – School Security Wall
    14. 14. Uganda 2009-2010 • Providing a sustainable (ecosan) latrine & rainwater collection for Eagles Wings Childrens Village school near Lukaya • Sponsored by the South Cowichan Club • MIG Funds $4,000 CAD • Project Cost $13,634 USD
    15. 15. Uganda – School Latrine
    16. 16. Uganda – School Rainwater Collection
    17. 17. Nepal 2009-2010 • Providing latrines, first aid clinics, desks & supplies for the school in the remote village of Chimkola • Sponsored by Duncan Daybreak Club • MIG Funds $1,200 CAD • Project Cost $27,000 USD
    18. 18. Nepal – School Supplies & Latrine
    19. 19. Kenya 2009-2010 (Ndandini) • Providing a water well for the village of Ndandini in eastern Kenya • Multi-district project • Sponsored by Nanaimo North Club, Sunshine Coast-Sechelt Club and others • MIG Funds $1,000 CAD • Project cost $70,200 USD
    20. 20. Kenya – Community Water Well
    21. 21. Kenya 2009-2010 (Latrines) • • • • Providing latrines for a school near Bukati Sponsored by Qualicum Beach Sunrise Club MIG Funds $2,600 CAD Project Cost $15,800 USD
    22. 22. Kenya – School Latrine
    23. 23. Belize 2010-2011 • Dengue fever prevention – San Ignacio, Belize • Reduce mosquito breeding on Sacred Heart High School campus through construction of an effective drainage canal • Public education program to support prevention • Sponsored by South Cowichan Club • MIG Funds $3,500 CAD • Project Cost $49,000 USD • Supported by RF Global Grant • Mentioned in Aug 2011 & Feb 2012 Rotarian
    24. 24. San Ignacio – Campus Flooding & Dengue
    25. 25. San Ignacio – Campus Drainage Before After
    26. 26. Ghana 2010-2011 • School latrine construction – Sunyani, Ghana • Replacing an inadequate latrine at a primary school • Sponsored by Nanaimo Daybreak Club • MIG Funds $3,000 • Total Cost $37,000 • Supported by RF Global Grant • Mentioned in Feb 2012 Rotarian
    27. 27. Sunyani School Latrine Before
    28. 28. Sunyani School Latrine After
    29. 29. Ghana – 2010-2011 • Hand dug well – Nanketewa, Ghana • • • • New well & pump for a community of 350 Sponsored by Interact Club of Nanaimo MIG Funds $500CAD Total Cost $3,000CAD
    30. 30. Nanketewa – Water Source Before
    31. 31. Nanketewa – Water Source After
    32. 32. India – 2010-2011 • Construction of a demonstration food garden and provision of training in sustainable gardening. • Construction of latrines and provision of water filters and supplies to schools. • Benefit to 300+ people in the Sadiya district of Assam. • MIG Funds $2,000CAD • Total Cost $5,000CAD
    33. 33. Sustainable Gardening In Assam Garden Construction Training
    34. 34. Latrine Construction in Assam
    35. 35. Mexico 2011-2012 • Latrine and fencing for kindergarten at Las Ladrillieras (near Los Rosas) • Part of a larger project to provide a new kindergarten for 30 children • Sponsored by Ladysmith Club • MIG funding of $1,500CAD • Total cost of $7,500CAD
    36. 36. Mexico New Latrine and Fencing for a New Kindergarten
    37. 37. Kenya 2011-2012 • Protected Springs –near Kakamega • Installing pipe, concrete cribbing and fencing at 50+ locations in the area • Sponsored and supervised on site by Strathcona-Sunrise Club • MIG funding of $3,000CAD • Total Cost of $51,129USD • Supported by RF Global Grant
    38. 38. Kenya 2011-2012 Protected Springs – An Example Before After
    39. 39. Kenya 2011-2012 • Fish Farming – near Kakamega • Sponsored and supervised on site by StrathconaSunrise Club • Supplying a fish farm co-op of approximately 20 farmers to help them become self-sufficient • Supplying fish feed, fingerlings, PVC pipe, fertilizer and harvest nets for growing tilapia in ponds • MIG funding of $1,000CAD • Supported by District Community Grant • Total Cost of $5,000CAD
    40. 40. Kenya 2011-2012 Fish Farming
    41. 41. Ghana 2011-2012 • Market toilet and wells – Bosoma, Sunyani • Construction of a facility with 12 toilets, 3 urinals and 4 showers for the market & 2 hand dug wells for rural communities • Sponsored by Nanaimo Club • MIG funding of $2,500CAD • Estimated Cost of $53,863USD • Supported by RF Global Grant
    42. 42. Ghana 2011-2012 Market Toilet & Hand Dug Wells – Under Construction
    43. 43. Ghana - Market Toilet - Completed
    44. 44. Ghana - Market Toilet – Completed (Cont’d)
    45. 45. Ghana – Hand Dug Wells – Completed
    46. 46. Ghana – Hand Dug Wells – Completed (Cont’d)
    47. 47. Ghana 2011-2012 • Literacy through a library – Abesim • Books and shelving for a library building recently built by the local government • Sponsored by the Nanaimo Daybreak Club • MIG funding of $3,000CAD • Total Cost of $22,500USD • Supported by DDF Grant
    48. 48. Ghana – Abesim Library
    49. 49. Guatemala 2012-2013 • • • • • Stoves and latrines - Lake Atitlan area Sponsored by the Nanaimo Daybreak Club MIG funding of $500CAD Total cost of $5000CAD Supported by District Community Grant
    50. 50. Guatemala - Stoves Before After
    51. 51. Guatemala- Latrines Before After
    52. 52. Peru 2012-2013 • Self employment training for women in Ica – manufacturing, using and marketing chicken incubators • Sponsored by the Cumberland Centennial Club • MIG funding of $1,250CAD • Project cost of $6,000CAD • Supported by District Community Grant
    53. 53. Peru – Chicken Incubators
    54. 54. Mexico 2012-2013 • Equipment for community center near Jaltemba Bay • Sponsored by Ladysmith Club • MIG funding of $1,000CAD • Project cost of $6,000CAD • Supported by District Community Grant
    55. 55. Mexico – Community Centre
    56. 56. Mexico – Community Centre (Cont’d)
    57. 57. Belize 2012-2013 • Toilet blocks and hygiene education for 2 elementary schools – Eden and St. Andrews near San Ignacio • Sponsored by South Cowichan Club • MIG funding of $3,500CAD • Project cost of $54,000USD • Supported by RF Global Grant
    58. 58. Belize – Toilets for 2 Schools Construction
    59. 59. Belize – Toilets for 2 Schools Completion

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