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Our International Projects:


Stephen Vanns, chairman of our International Committee, summarises the club's international activities:
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Friends of Mithuluni Village
The Nyali family in Brackley have founded the ‘Friends of Mithuluni Village’ project to assist the African village of Mithuluni in Kenya.
Brackley Rotary's long term £31,000 project to bring water into the village was successfully completed in March 2016. Villagers previously had a one and a half hour walk to and from a river, with water being transported in containers carried by donkeys or people.
Click here to go to our sub page providing more information.
If you would like to donate to this project online, please click here to access the Virgin Moneygiving website with the benefit of Gift Aid.
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The Bantaba Project
We are supporting this project to build a community centre in The Gambia, West Africa to establish opportunities for learning skills and their development, providing products and services. 

Click here to go to our sub page providing more information.
If you would like to donate to this charity online, please click here to access the Virgin Moneygiving website with the benefit of Gift Aid.
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End Polio Now Campaign
A flavour of what Rotary clubs have achieved by working together world-wide is Rotary International’s 'End Polio Now Campaign'. The Rotary organisation has been a key player in the challenge to eradicate polio worldwide, contributing significant funds for immunisation. One last push is required for complete success and Brackley Rotary continues to raise funds to support this remarkable and effective initiative. Click here to go to our sub page providing more information.
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Tools for Self Reliance We collect unwanted hand tools for this charity, helping adults with learning difficulties in the UK to improve themselves and to play a more active part in society. After refurbishing by the volunteers in workshops, the hand tools are sent to people in developing countries who use them to earn a living.
If you have unwanted hand tools (not garden tools) or sewing machines
please send us an email for the attention of our club’s organising member, Ian Watson, and we will try to arrange collection.

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Overseas Disasters

We have supported the relief of many overseas disasters. Our financial support is primarily channelled through other Rotary clubs or organisations such as Shelterbox and Aquabox with a proven track record of providing urgently needed aid.

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