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16th April 2021, 19:29

This is a new project we plan to work with our sister clubs in Malaysia. Would you like to be involved too?? Please contact Charter President BS Chew, Rotary E-Club of 3310. 🇸🇬 ... See MoreSee Less

15th April 2021, 20:13

Rotary Africa Centennial Fundraising Concert

A fundraising concert in support of the new Rotary Peace Center at Makarere University in Kampala, Uganda is being held on Friday, 23 April at 15:00-18:00 (GMT). This event will kick off the weekend long celebration for 100 years of Rotary in Africa.

The ticket price is USD 50 and all proceeds go directly to the program. Rotarians who register and enter all of their Rotary info in the registration fields will have the ticket price credited to their individual total giving. The contribution will support the African Peace Fund (part of our Endowment Fund). Individual tickets can be purchased at www.paybills.ug/index.php/Africa-Peace-Concert .

Do support this peace building fundraising effort!
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Rotary Africa Centennial Fundraising Concert

A fundraising concert in support of the new Rotary Peace Center at Makarere University in Kampala, Uganda is being held on Friday, 23 April at 15:00-18:00 (GMT). This event will kick off the weekend long celebration for 100 years of Rotary in Africa.

The ticket price is USD 50 and all proceeds go directly to the program. Rotarians who register and enter all of their Rotary info in the registration fields will have the ticket price credited to their individual total giving. The contribution will support the African Peace Fund (part of our Endowment Fund).  Individual tickets can be purchased at https://www.paybills.ug/index.php/Africa-Peace-Concert .

Do support this peace building fundraising effort!

14th April 2021, 12:43

Come learn about WASH Safe Water Projects ❤️

Panel Discussion on Thursday 22 April 2021 at 8pm Singapore Time 🇸🇬

Please use this YouTube link to watch the Panel Discussion 'live' as well as replays. 🔗
www.youtube.com/watch?v=2s43Wa7GIUM

The lack of access to clean water, sanitation facilities, and hygiene resources is one of the world’s biggest health problems — and one of the hardest to solve. Rotary has worked for decades to provide people with clean water by digging wells, laying pipes, providing filters, and installing sinks and toilets... But the biggest challenge has come after the hardware is installed. Too often, projects succeeded at first but eventually failed. Why?

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Come learn about WASH Safe Water Projects ❤️

Panel Discussion on Thursday 22 April 2021 at 8pm Singapore Time 🇸🇬

Please use this YouTube link to watch the Panel Discussion live as well as replays. 🔗
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2s43Wa7GIUM

The lack of access to clean water, sanitation facilities, and hygiene resources is one of the world’s biggest health problems — and one of the hardest to solve. Rotary has worked for decades to provide people with clean water by digging wells, laying pipes, providing filters, and installing sinks and toilets... But the biggest challenge has come after the hardware is installed. Too often, projects succeeded at first but eventually failed. Why?

#WeAreRotarians
#PeopleOfAction
#RotaryEclub3310
#RotaryOpensOpportunities

12th April 2021, 16:00

Rotary E-Club of 3310 – Panel Discussion – WASH Safe Water Projects

Thursday 22 April 2021 at 8pm Singapore Time 🇸🇬

The lack of access to clean water, sanitation facilities, and hygiene resources is one of the world’s biggest health problems — and one of the hardest to solve. Rotary has worked for decades to provide people with clean water by digging wells, laying pipes, providing filters, and installing sinks and toilets... But the biggest challenge has come after the hardware is installed. Too often, projects succeeded at first but eventually failed. Why?

Rotary WASH in Schools Challenge was a pilot program introduced to challenge Rotarians to develop sustainable water, sanitation, hygiene (collectively referred to as WASH), and education projects using the expertise and resources available through two of Rotary’s areas of focus: basic education and literacy and water and sanitation. India and Kenya were two of 5 countries chosen. The basic premise being clean water, better sanitation, teacher training, and hygiene education in schools can improve the health and education of children by creating a cycle of opportunity: improved education, increased school attendance, and improved academic performance.

Let's learn about Check Dams and how they can improve environment sustainably; effective soil and water conservation enable improved water supply, food security, health and incomes.

Also hear about Rotary E-Club 3310's decision to adopt the experimental Safe Water Garden Project in Bandung with our 1st WASH Global Grant application.

Together, let's learn and pick up some useful tips from the more experienced Panelists, namely, IPDG Jeff Yong, RC Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei, District 3310, PDG Ganesh Bhat, RC Dharwad Central, India, District 3170, PP Hemant Jagtap, RC Thane Premium, India, District 3142 and President Eddie Ho, Rotary E-Club 3310, Singapore, District 3310.

Please use this YouTube link to watch the Panel Discussion 'live' as well as replays. 🔗
www.youtube.com/watch?v=2s43Wa7GIUM

#WeAreRotarians
#PeopleOfAction
#SeviceAboveSelf
#RotaryEclub3310
#RotaryOpensOpportunities
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Rotary E-Club of 3310 – Panel Discussion – WASH Safe Water Projects

Thursday 22 April 2021 at 8pm Singapore Time 🇸🇬

The lack of access to clean water, sanitation facilities, and hygiene resources is one of the world’s biggest health problems — and one of the hardest to solve. Rotary has worked for decades to provide people with clean water by digging wells, laying pipes, providing filters, and installing sinks and toilets... But the biggest challenge has come after the hardware is installed. Too often, projects succeeded at first but eventually failed. Why?

Rotary WASH in Schools Challenge was a pilot program introduced to challenge Rotarians to develop sustainable water, sanitation, hygiene (collectively referred to as WASH), and education projects using the expertise and resources available through two of Rotary’s areas of focus: basic education and literacy and water and sanitation. India and Kenya were two of 5 countries chosen. The basic premise being clean water, better sanitation, teacher training, and hygiene education in schools can improve the health and education of children by creating a cycle of opportunity: improved education, increased school attendance, and improved academic performance.

Lets learn about Check Dams and how they can improve environment sustainably; effective soil and water conservation enable improved water supply, food security, health and incomes.

Also hear about Rotary E-Club 3310s decision to adopt the experimental Safe Water Garden Project in Bandung with our 1st WASH Global Grant application.

Together, lets learn and pick up some useful tips from the more experienced Panelists, namely, IPDG Jeff Yong, RC Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei, District 3310, PDG Ganesh Bhat, RC Dharwad Central, India, District 3170, PP Hemant Jagtap, RC Thane Premium, India, District 3142 and President Eddie Ho, Rotary E-Club 3310, Singapore, District 3310.

Please use this YouTube link to watch the Panel Discussion live as well as replays. 🔗
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2s43Wa7GIUM

#WeAreRotarians
#PeopleOfAction
#SeviceAboveSelf 
#RotaryEclub3310
#RotaryOpensOpportunities

10th April 2021, 23:05

#75yearsofaction live-stream premier! ❤️

RotaryOpensOpportunitiesThe United Nations (UN) serves as a global forum where countries raise and discuss the most difficult issues, including problems of health, climate, educatio...
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10th April 2021, 16:04

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8th April 2021, 14:06

Today we present a cheque for $5,000 to Foundation of Rotary Clubs (Singapore) Ltd to support Project Starfish's great humanitarian work. ❤️

Project Starfish has helped over 60 students to qualify for ITE admission since. This is achieved through running free tuition classes, which have been systemically planned to prepare students for the exams. Term tests and a preliminary exam
are arranged to help the students to acclimatise for the actual exams.

We at #worldspeechday in Singapore believe in not just being #unexpectedvoices... but also in taking action to help create 'A Better World'. Some may say, 'Talk is cheap'. Lol

Thank you everyone for your support; from Rotary, Rotaract, Toastmasters, Agora, ITE College students and many others, locally and abroad. You have made a difference. 😍

Together, let's continue to advocate, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Yeah, we certainly can help make 'A Better World'. 🍀

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7th April 2021, 18:08

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4th April 2021, 15:17

Happy Easter!!!! Be colourful, be fruitful. Together, let's bring many more eggs of happiness, peace and joy!!!

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Happy Easter!!!! Be colourful, be fruitful. Together, lets bring many more eggs of happiness, peace and joy!!!

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#PeopleOfAction
#SeviceAboveSelf
#RotaryEclub3310
#RotaryOpensOpportunities

3rd April 2021, 18:02

Another meaningful project Painting of Easter Eggs led by Rtn Dr Doris & PP Vicky, Rotary E-Club of 3310 at HCSA @Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital .

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Another meaningful project Painting of Easter Eggs led by Rtn Dr Doris & PP Vicky, Rotary E-Club of 3310 at HCSA @Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital .

#WeAreRotarians 
#PeopleofAction
#ServiceAboveSelf
#RotaryEclub3310 
#RotaryOpensOpportunities
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