RI Mission Statement
The mission of Rotary International is to provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through its fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.

Have you dreamt of doing an International Service project to do good in the world?  Consider joining these District 6400 Rotarians for projects coming up around the world:

This is an organic list of planned International Projects in D6400.  If you are interested in joining a project, please connect with the listed contact person.  If you wish to add a project, send the details to rcaron@uwindsor.ca.  The projects are listed in order of earliest date with the format “Club. Project Country. Dates. Area of Focus. Contact.”LaSalle Centennial. Malawi, Mexico, and Ethiopia. Rotary year 2019-2020. Water and Sanitation (WASH), Literacy, Economic Development. Nick Krayacich  <nickkrayacich@gmail.com>

International Project Opportunities

This is the December 21, 2019 updated list of planned International Projects in D6400.  If you are interested in joining a project, please connect with the listed contact person.  If you wish to add a project, send the details to rcaron@uwindsor.ca.  The projects are listed in order of earliest date with the format “Club. Project Country. Dates. Area of Focus. Short Project Description. Contact.”

1.       Essex. Ghana. February 2020. Basic Education and Literacy. Kim Spirou <kspirou@hotmail.ca>.

2.       Windsor (1918). Tanzania. March 2020. Basic Education and Literacy. Girls Empowerment Program and projects to benefit marginalized children such as orphaned children, homeless children, and children with albinism. Clinton Beckford <clinton@uwindsor.ca>.

3.       Windsor (1918). Tanzania. August 1 – 16, 2020. Basic Education and Literacy and Water and Sanitation. We will visit our sponsored students and their schools, provide toilets and improve classrooms to a school. Rick Caron <rcaron@uwindsor.ca>.

4.       LaSalle Centennial. Malawi, Mexico, and Ethiopia. Rotary year 2019-2020. Water and Sanitation (WASH), Literacy, Economic Development. Nick Krayacich <nickkrayacich@gmail.com>.

5.       Trenton. Ghana. January 2021 (projected). Celebration of Dental Clinic. Noel Jackson <noeldg2020@gmail.com>.

6.       Essex. Ghana. January 2021. Multiple Areas of Focus. Multiple projects such as  the provision of health care including polio vaccines, school supplies, layettes, and mosquito nets; drilling wells, building sanitation facilities and schools, improvements to schools, tools to bring employment to single mothers, etc. Kim Spirou kspirou@hotmail.ca.

7.       Windsor (1918). Ghana, Dates not set. Maternal & Child Health and Disease Prevention and Cure. Brining medical supplies to a Rural Clinic, Breast Cancer Screening, Cervical Cancer Screening, Vision and Eye care. Godfrey Bacheyie <Godfrey.bacheyie@wrh.on.ca>.

 

Rotarians in Action in District 6400

Rotarians from the Rotary Club of LaSalle Centennial, Canada visit Nafutsa Early Childhood Development Centre (ECD) and Primary School in Dzama Village, The club donated various items for use at the facility.

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Jeanne Knopf DeRoche in Ghana helping to build educational programs and schools!

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LaSalle Rotarians on the Rotary Cruise with projects in San Juan and St. Kitts

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The 2019 Ghana team returned home of Feb 4th from an 18 day Rotary
humanitarian mission. There were 19 members ranging in age from 17 – 75.
Essex, Harrow, Trenton and Taylor Rotarians took part on the team and
raised just over $220,000 for projects representing all six Rotary focus areas.