Rotarians Against Malaria (RAM) is now calling for expressions of interest to join teams going to Timor Leste
Are you up to the challenge of Serving Humanity in this very important disease prevention exercise?
The RAM National Manager, Dave Pearson advised that:

the first team could leave as early as the last week in October to be in country during the weekend of 29th Oct and 5th November
the main focus of the mission will be to assist the new Rotary Club of Dili Lafaek to implement the "Healthy Villages" program in Timor Leste
commencing with two villages, the program will include educational presentations to the locals, walk-arounds of the villages to identify issues and

*  plan corrective actions, including the construction of concrete block waste storage/disposal units
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The RAM National Manager, Dave Pearson further advised that:
*  the programs will occur on the weekends because of the local Rotarians' work commitments
*  hopefully the team will also be able to observe and assist with bednet distributions at a different location during the week as well during the visit and
*  there is also scope for providing assistance to local schools
Please advise Dave (Ph/Fax 02 67792616) if you are interested or if you know of other Rotarians who might be, spread the word.

Send Dave an email with your contact details stating whether you are interested in being part of the team in October/November this year or interested in other volunteer teams that could depart next year.
Team Leader for this trip will be PDG Ian Dyball

If it is not possible to send a team this year the next opportunity will be in April 2017.
For information on RAM, visit the website and the RAWCS site