The World Community Service Committee works with other Rotary clubs in District 5450 and around the world in conjunction with The Rotary Foundation on international humanitarian matching grants. 

One of our current projects works to promote prosthetics in Kunnamkulam, India.  Our club, its American supporters, and the Kunnankulam, India RC have been partnering to make various limb prostheses available, and to train Indian workers in how to make prostheses. 

The Committee is also developing a new project in the small community of El Rodeo, Nicaragua to provide clean water and good latrines for 42 families in cooperation with a local organization called El Porvenir. 
Our New Generations satellite club, with the Club's support, is working on the Cuzco Women For Water, which aims to enlist Peruvian schoolgirls to champion their own projects promoting clean drinking water in their home area. Trainers from the Visionaria Institute (another New Gen project) will promote leadership along the lines of RYLA training, and then the girls themselves will take on significant projects.

We are joining with a project championed by Carolyn Schrader out of the Denver Mile High RC in which women in Harare, Zimbabwe (mostly HIV widows) are given business and computer training, something which very few women in Zimbabwe receive.

The Club has also agreed to support a project championed by Jan Lovelady of Denver SE Rotary, to find women in Nepal suffering from pelvic prolapse, to get them treated, and to improve the treatment of this problem by Nepalese physicians. This problem has affected milliions of women after childbirth and is a source of secret shame.

To learn more about our international projects, contact Scott Nelson, Committee Chair.