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District governor Prashant Jani and first Lady Heetaben Jani official club visit to RCBJ

Rotary Club is working extensively on Literate India 2025 campaign and help central government for mass vaccination drive for Coronavirus – Prashant Jani Rotary Club is now working extensively on Literate India 2025 campaign and tie up with the central government for mass vaccination drive for Coronavirus. After health now the focus is primarily on […]

District governor Prashant Jani and first Lady Heetaben Jani official club visit to RCBJ
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Rotary Club is working extensively on Literate India 2025 campaign and help central government for mass vaccination drive for Coronavirus – Prashant Jani

Rotary Club is now working extensively on Literate India 2025 campaign and tie up with the central government for mass vaccination drive for Coronavirus. After health now the focus is primarily on education and for that the districts are organising extensive awareness programmes. Mass vaccination drive is a big challenge and for that they gives a helping hand to the administration.

The details was shared by district governor Prashant Jani and first Lady Heetaben Jani on their official club visit to RCBJ, Rotary Club of Baroda Jwaharnagar. He said after focusing on health sector now the prime focus is on these two areas. Apart from that various social and welfare activities are also going alongside all throughout the year.

RCBJ has undertaken several initiatives during Rotary Year 2020-21.

The biggest project initiated this year is the Skill Development Centre at Munisewa Ashram at Goraj. Supported with a global grant from Rotary International of US Dollars 200,000 , nearly Rs 1.50 crores, this project will help train youth in the rural areas in various vocational skills.

In the Skill training institute nearly 500 students will get training in various areas. It is expected to start in March and RCBJ supports with providing equipments to the center. Its a Government approved institute and soon MLT for girls will be started. RCBJ will help find placement for these youth after they complete the course.

RCBJ has during the year contributed by way of blood donation, tree plantation, distribution of PPE kits, masks, sanitizers, food packets, sweaters and blankets to the needy. It will be conducting a mammography and cervix cancer detection camp in March.

RCBJ president Vivek Patel also handover a cheque of 127750 to District Governor Prashant Jani towards the Rotary Foundation (India).

RCBJ came into existence on 8′” June, 1967 as per the original charter. The Club is 54 years old and has been contributing to various social and welfare activities in Vadodara.

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