Rotary Club to offer free eye surgery
The Rotary Club of Yaba, District 9110, Nigeria, has unveiled plans to carry out free medical surgery for people suffering from cataract and other eye defects...
Governor’s wife, rotarians donate gifts to first babies of the year
Wife of Lagos State governor, Mrs. Bolanle Ambode, yesterday underscored the importance of routine immunization and post-natal care for the survival and growth of newborns, saying it was important for nursing mothers to pay greater attention to the health of their children. She also advised expectant mothers in the state to justify government’s huge investment…
Rotary Club conducts free eye surgery for Nigerians
Rotary Club, District 9110, has embarked on its yearly free eye screening and surgery for 1500 persons in Lagos. Head Project Coordinator, Palm Groove Rotary Club 2017, Mr. Jayashankar Nalode, said the 10th edition of the event, which was organised in collaboration with Indo Eye Care Foundation, witnessed a large turnout of members of public…
Rotary donates hospital equipment, wheelchair to less-privileged
Rotary Club of Festac Town, Lagos, has donated hospital equipment to Blessed Michael Iwene Tansi Clinic/Laboratory, Ezeowelle in Idemili North, Anambra State...
Rotary Club of Omole Ojodu installs new president
The Rotary Club of Omole Ojodu, Lagos, has installed Dr. Theophilus Taiwo Ajose as its second president for 2017-2018 Rotary year.
Rotary clubs in Germany, Holland partner to empower Badagry youths
The Rotary clubs of Dormagen, District 1810 Germany; Uden, District 1550 Holland, and the Rotary Foundation have donated sets of sewing machine worth N3.5 million to Enyemaka Ohanaeze youth development center....
Aina: Our dream is to make Nigeria a knowledgeable economy
There is no doubt that apathy towards reading has remained on the increase, especially among the young generation, who are further alienated by social media.
Rotary pledges commitment to polio eradication
According to him, in terms of polio eradication campaign, Rotary has spent $1.7billion globally to fight the disease, adding that each Rotarian in Nigeria would still contribute towards the eradication.
Rotary club donates wheelchairs, neonatal kits, others
The Rotary Club of Festac Central has donated steel wheelchairs to two individuals to enhance their mobility. The club also gave neonatal kits to 50 expectant mothers and cheques to five beneficiaries to kick-start their businesses.