EMRC has two ongoing international service projects.
One in Melusi, South Africa, led by EMRC member Jeremy Newhouse.
The other in Tanzania, led by EMRC member Norm Siekman.
 
Click Read More to learn more about each project.
 

MELUSI, SOUTH AFRICA
EMRC member Jeremy Newhouse and the EMRC International Service Committee had led the way in a large international matching grant project in South Africa. Jeremy, along with Quentin Marty, Eagan Kickstart Rotary and President of Matter, traveled to South Africa to meet with Rotary project partners. Here, you see the project partner team during their current travels.
 
 
Jeremy and Quentin (third from left) are traveling with, from left, Hans Mostert, District Governor Annemarie Mostert, and Carolyn Khoury as they commute through Johannesburg. The group discussed the Melusi Global Grant and the project launch that was funded by Rotary International last month. Jeremy says, in the coming months the team looks forward to showing great progress on this maternal and child health grant and its impact on the Melusi community.
 

 
CELEBRATE ROTARY AFRICA CENTENNIAL
You are invited to attend the event virtually.
Click the graphic below for details and to register for the Rotary Africa Centennial celebration.
 
 

 
 
EMRC INTERNATIONAL PROJECT IN TANZANIA: IRINGA HOPE
This project is led by EMRC member Norm Siekman.
 
 
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