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To be a leading Rotary club that touches the largest number of lives amongst the less privileged in the community.
To deliver Humanitarian service to the community so as to improve the quality of life, foster understanding, good will and peace in the communities whilst promoting ethical conduct and unity among the community.
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NAKAKONGE & KIRINDI
The populations of Nakakonge and Kirindi are about 4000 to 5000 people and the great proportion of these is under 18 years old and of school going age. There are a number of schools of varying quality but which suffer from the basic lack of infrastructure – toilets, classrooms and reading materials. Many of the classrooms we visited were temporary wooden structures and the toilets were planned for about a half to a quarter of the number that uses them. The villages also lack safe clean drinking water. The waters of the River Nile are heavily polluted and are about 2 to 5 kilometers from most homes.