A health worker administers a polio vaccine to a child during a door-to-door campaign in Peshawar, Pakistan, in November.
By Saeed Shah and Betsy McKay for the Wall Street Journal
From Steve May- As Rotarians you can be proud of the major role we have played in this effort.  It has been argued that without Rotary many places in the world would still have polio.  It was probably 10 years ago the Wall Street Journal said every Rotarian deserved a Nobel Prize for all the money we have put toward this effort.  Your support of Rotary projects will help us get the job done. 
This photo and several others appeared in the article titled "The World is Still Battling Polio."
article appeared in the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday, February 9, 2021