Our District has been supporting the Global End Polio Initiative for more than 20 years through continuous contribution and countless volunteer hours to the polio eradication effort. This year, we will organize the End Polio Walk and Carnival on 18 November to bring awareness to both Rotarians and non-Rotarians aiming to raise funds for countries which have not been able to eradicate polio.

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One Day, One Focus, End Polio


What is Polio?

• A highly infectious disease that most commonly affects children under the age of 5
• Although there is no cure, there is a safe and effective vaccine – one which Rotary and our partners have used to immunize nearly 3 billion children against polio in 122 countries since 1988
• We have reduced polio cases by 99.9 percent worldwide and we won't stop until we end the disease for good

End Polio – We Are This Close!



of polio cases are the most difficult to prevent because the virus persists in the hardest-to-reach areas.

Only two countries are


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… it’s crucial to continue working to keep other countries polio-free!



Get informed and help make polio a subject of conversation in your community.


Most people have heard of polio but few know that the disease still affects children around the world. You can help by spreading the word. Visit www.endpolionow.org and share it with your social network.


Every donation helps us obtain the support, transport and materials needed in the fight against polio.

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