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Rotarians Impacting the Lives of Mothers and Children
The Rotarian Action Group for Population and Development (RFPD) serves as a resource for clubs and districts around the world in the area of maternal and child health. The most challenging aspect of RFPD’s work is the simple fact that this isn’t an issue that can be resolved in merely five or ten years. It’s an ongoing effort with limitless opportunities to impact women and girls worldwide. RFPD has established and...
Please Welcome Salman Mubarak - Country Chair to Pakistan
Salman Mubarak joined Rotary in 1999 and is a charter President of the Rotary Club of Multan Cantt (Chartered in 2001). Salman has served as Assistant Country Chair RAG for Population and Development (2012-15). Over the years Salman has served at different positions; Assistant Governor in 2005 and District Chair for Avoidable Blindness for many years. He is a Life member of RAG for Avoidable Blindness since 2010. His passion...
The Challenge of the 21st Century: Slow Population Growth
In the moment, you need to skim this sentence, eight children are born. If you have read this article until the end, the world population will have grown by around 700 people. She does indeed even if you set the post now out of his hands. So read quietly - and do not be surprised if you creeps a certain restlessness in the end. Because the world's population is growing almost unchecked - to an estimated 9.7 billion people in...
Saving Mothers and Children in Nigeria
Over their lifetime, one in every 30 women in Nigeria are likely to die due to pregnancy and childbearing. Nigeria alone accounts for one in seven maternal deaths observed in the world today. This post, the fourth in a series on partnerships, innovation, and evaluation in Rotary, tells the story of a project that has succeeded in reducing maternal mortality in Nigeria. Project and Partners Many factors lead to maternal...
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