RCRI 2019-2020 PROJECTS
Rotary Club Rome International supports humanitarian & service projects to promote Rotary international service goals and UN SDGs sustainable development goals.
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Link Educational Project (Malawi Ethiopia)
Our goal is to strengthen the capacity of communities to support basic education and literacy, reduce gender disparity in education, and increase literacy.Work with community organizations to increase educational capacity for 4,000 marginalized girls in Malawi Ethiopia. These girls are rural and have little to no opportunity to go to secondary school, despite a great desire to do so. Link works with local community organizations to not only build schools in the needed areas, but also to train the educators and community members in delivering education and assistance to these girls.
Supporting girls education in Ethiopia and changing lives through the STAGES programme (Supporting the Transition of Adolescent Girls through Enhancing Systems) will help some of Ethiopia’s poorest and most vulnerable girls receive a quality education, improving their lives and transforming their future. RCRI has partnered with RC Edinburgh and Links Community Development to support its education programs in Ethiopia. It projects have improved education for 216,000 children across 200 schools, and involved 43,000 community members in school improvement. Links achieve exceptional value for money, spending 98p of every £1 raised on their work in Africa. Links work directly influences progress towards Sustainable Development Goals 4 and 5. These projects will catalyse transformational outcomes for nearly 48,000 young girls, who will gain foundational
literacy, numeracy, financial literacy and life skills, with aspirations to transition to further education, vocational training or engage in the local economy through safe employment.
Ambiente Amico District Interclub Project (RC Roma Sud & partners RC Roma EST-NORD-NORD EST)
To dontate to our projects:
IBAN: IT23 N030 6905 1831 0000 0001 629
To send a proposal please contact email firstname.lastname@example.org to submit a project template form and for project submission deadlines.
Only projects received within the deadlines and submitted with complete information will be reviewed.
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