INTERNATIONAL SERVICE

Since the inception of the club we have covered many milestones –

Youth Service and New Generation

A 2 DAY GEEN RYLA IN ASSSOCIATION WITH CHIP (CHILDREN INPAIN ) FOR THE UNDER PRIVILEGED CHILDREN IN TANGRA AND DHAPA AREA WAS HELD.

A TOTAL OF 5 SCHOOLS , WITH 15 CHILDREN FROM EACH  PARTICAPTED.

THE CHILDREN LEARNED ON VARIOUS TOPICS LIKE DEBATING, COLLEGE MAKING , LEADERSHIP TRAINING AND POT PLANTING.

THE STUDENTS ALSO LEARNED HOW TO DO COMPOSTING AND TAKE CARE

OF THE ENVIRONMENT.

A SESSION WAS CONDUCTED ON COMMUNICATION SKILLS, AND CONCLUDED

WITH A DRAMA ON “HOW DO WE TREAT THE ENVIRONMENT IN OUR EVERYDAY LIFES:

Project Cost: Rs 70000/-

No of beneficiaries: 75 children

TRF

  1. 100% PHF (Paul Harris Fellows)  
  2. Looking forward to make it 100% MPHF Club.
  3. We now have 3 Major Donors in the club 
  4. Our project Gift of life has been posted on WCS to attract matching grant partners. 
  5. Our Club has till date donated USD 100000 for TRF contribution. 

Meet with International Rotarians

1: Nikolay A. Badulin President RC Tomsk, Russia was hosted by us.

2: Meet with PRIP Bill Boyd.

3: Meet with RIPR and PDG Dr Himansu Basu RI Dist 1120

International Volunteer Service

Rtn Dr Pradeep K Saraf was part of team Rotary Mission to Nigeria 2008

 

Exchange Programme

Since 2000 we have been hosting all the GSE teams. These were from Canada, U.S.A., Sri Lanka, England (twice), Japan and Germany .

The club has also sponsored one GSE member from the club in 2000.

In Youth Exchange Programme, R.C. Chowrenghee has been very participative. We have sent candidates to Germany twice and hosted the incoming teams every year from Germany , U.S.A. and England .

A first time Club-to-Club Youth Exchange in Dist 3291 in 2003-2004 with U.S.A. – Rotary Club of Morgantown – Virginia.

 

Eradication of Polio

The programme has been a thrust area every year for the club. We have immunized over 6000 children, by participating in National Immunization Days in the past 5 years through ward 50 and 51 under the Calcutta Municipal Corporation. The awareness programmes educating the community have been conducted in ‘basties’ (slums) around the wards. Also a follow-up agenda has been maintained.

 

We have completed many projects with our foreign partners through Matching Grants – Clubs from France, Germany, Canada and U.S.A. have all been good friends in service. We thank them eternally for lending a hand to serve the community in need around us.