Friends of Fiji Health (FOFH) is a New Zealand registered charity dedicated to providing gynaecological, surgical and medical services to those who can least afford it in Fiji. They have been in operation for nine years and is focused on the sustainability of Fiji’s health system by developing the expertise of its physicians and specialists.
Their Missions comprise of direct services, training of medical and nursing staff and assistance with the provision of modern technology; Teaching is endorsed by the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists; In combination these matters promote sustainability and excellence in a developing country still significantly short of resources.
Indian New Year Fundraising for Sustainable solutions for women’s reproductive health in Labasa, Fiji  Ashwini Sadhu 2018-12-20 11:00:00Z 0
Our Gala Helps Valuable Research For Babies 2018-06-24 12:00:00Z 0
Our club has achieved many amazing things over the last Rotary year.  As we Changeover to the new Rotary year we thank all who have partnered with us and supported us in so many ways for these achievements, not the least our families and friends.  The next Rotary year will see our outstanding contribution to our local and international communities continue ... watch this space! 
A Successful Year and a New One Starting 2018-06-24 12:00:00Z 0
Posted by Joyti Singh on Jul 25, 2017

I have attached the Membership evening details. You have ample notice to arrange and bring  prospective members to this evening. More details will be given once we have the details of the speaker and we finalise the programme.
Please forward this flyer to your connections, people who want to get involved in our club.

Membership Evening Joyti Singh 2017-07-24 12:00:00Z 0
Music has been an important part of leading an ordinary life for students at the Music School for Children With Disabilities in Honor of Paul Harris in Lublin, Poland. Founded by Rotary members, the school serves 20 students with various disabilities, including Down syndrome, autism, and visual impairments. The Rotary Club of Lublin-Centrum-Maria Curie-Sklodowska has provided funding with help from Rotary Foundation Matching Grants and the Henryk Wieniawski Musical Society, which houses the school.
After their son Mateusz was born with underdeveloped eyes, Mariusz and Joanna Kania looked for ways to help him be active. When he showed an aptitude for music, they looked for a teacher and were thrilled to find the Paul Harris music school.
Helping people with disabilities make their own music 2015-05-01 00:00:00Z 0
For years, Angalia Bianca had slept in abandoned buildings throughout Chicago. She stole. She did drugs. She spent time in and out of jail for forgery, theft, trespassing, and possession of narcotics. But after she landed in prison for the seventh time, something changed -- Bianca knew she wanted a better life. She just didn’t know how to make it happen.
After serving her time, Bianca sought help from a local homeless organization, A Safe Haven, and moved to its shelter in the Rogers Park neighborhood. Bianca followed the program closely -- she attended all the required meetings, passed drug tests, and volunteered at every opportunity.
Finding Safe Haven 2015-05-01 00:00:00Z 0
What is it like taking a large team to Africa?  It has probably been one of the most rewarding experiences in my life. In mid February, I began leading Rotary members from all over the East Coast of the United States through Ghana. I’ve tried to give the team a warm Ghanaian welcome like I’ve received on my earlier trips. A large trip is a real blessing because each person sees Ghana and our work in a different way.

A highlight for the team was greeting the chief of Sagadugu. The team got excited about buying goats and food for children in the villages where I support eight churches. It was good to see the pastors of most of the eight churches, and I had to explain that we were just passing through on our way to Bolgatanga.
Saving lives in Ghana 2015-05-01 00:00:00Z 0
Throughout India and around the world, Rotary clubs are celebrating a major milestone: India has gone three years without a new case of polio. The last reported case was a two-year-old girl in West Bengal on 13 January 2011. To mark this historic triumph, Rotary clubs illuminated landmarks and iconic structures throughout the country with four simple but powerful words, "India is polio free."
The three-year achievement sets the stage for polio-free certification of the entire Southeast Asia region by the World Health Organization. The Indian government also plans to convene a polio summit in February to commemorate this victory in the global effort to eradicate polio.
India celebrates three years without polio 2014-02-26 00:00:00Z 0