Our projects are based around the simple fact that providing the opportunity for people to be clean can prevent the spread of infectious diseases like trachoma.
In addition to our advocacy work, in 2018 we piloted and delivered a number of tools for good health. We continue working on improving health hardware - the infrastructure we take for granted.
Here is a summary of some of the things we delivered in 2018, and then in 2019. Click it to download a printable version.
"Lexie Ward of Apatula, NT painted her washing machine.
It has generated a lot of interest from members in her community. When we met Lexie, and she was very proud to tell us she had done 3 washing loads."
WHO WE WORK WITH
We work with Aboriginal community organisations, alongside Federal, state and territory governments, and non-government organisations including the Fred Hollows Foundation.
We work with Indigenous communities affected by or at risk of trachoma infection who are interested in receiving our support, as well as with Rotary clubs who have existing collaborations with such communities. We connect with our network of Rotarians across Australia, both corporate and volunteer, so that we can support strong communities.