Together with UNICEF, Rotary will vaccinate 100,000 children to reduce child mortality and prevent cervical cancer.
To protect 100,000 children from rotavirus, pneumococcal disease and cervical cancer across nine South Pacific Island countries over three years.
In 2021, Rotary in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific will be 100 years old following the establishment of Rotary Clubs in Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland and Wellington in 1921. The Rotary Give Every Child A Future project will celebrate 100 years of service and in collaboration with UNICEF, we plan to vaccinate the most disadvantaged children and adolescent girls across the Pacific.
While there are many centenary project, Rotary Give Every Child A Future is the one project that involved all of Australasia and demonstrate that Rotary remains strong in today’s world. Everyone is encouraged to participate.
UNICEF are global experts in humanitarian aid and implementing vaccine programs across the world. Rotary Australasia is proud to partner UNICEF on this project.