Posted by Cathy K on Feb 13, 2019
Our District and the Anchorage International Rotary Club is sponsoring a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Vocational Training Team to Australia led by Rotarian Michael Jeffery. Our Rotary Foundation contributions are helping to eliminate disease and poverty in real time.       
Congratulations!  Your global grant application for funding to set up operations for FASD detection and treatment, as well as training on prevention, using expertise from a VTT and with PATCHES Paediatrics, over the course of two years by establishing office space, a vehicle and telehealth infrastructure in Leonora, Western Australia, submitted by the Rotary Club of Osborne Park and the Rotary Club of Anchorage International, has been approved by The Rotary Foundation. The award is in the amount of US$ 102,624. 
In front: Monica Charles (who took the picture)
Next row: Marilyn Pierce-Bulger, Tami Eller
Last Row: Dr. Pamela Hill, Rotarian Michael Jeffery
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“Look for more detail later this year on how you can become involved in our own District’s FASD grant which will start a program for helping our FASD affected communities and citizens. This Vocational team will bring back ideas to add to their own expertise and put together our own plan next year. To become involved, contact Karl or DG Diane.”