Rotary District 9600
Rotary International District 9600 Limited ACN 125 588 696
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Project Grants


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Rotarians used humanitarian grants to turn the Gobi desert green, planting 58,000 locally grown trees to build a forest windbreak. As part of the Keep Mongolia Green effort, Rotarians and Rotaractors from all 17 Korean districts have traveled to the Gobi to participate in the project, which will help protect parts of Korea and Mongolia from the health and environmental hazards of the Gobi�s annual sandstorms.


Humanitarian grants enable Rotarians to support service projects that provide water wells, medical care, literacy classes, and other essentials to people in need. Rotarian participation is key to the projects success.


Through the Humanitarian Grants Program, Rotarians have received US$1.6 billion in grant awards since 1947.


The Humanitarian Grants Technical Advisers is a registry of Rotarians willing to provide technical expertise to The Rotary Foundation and to Rotarians developing and implementing 3-H and competitive Matching Grant projects worldwide.


Find out more about these grants and how your Club can participate.


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