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Hotel Panorama, 8A Hart Avenue, TST, Kowloon (Exit N1, TST MTR Station), Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Mr. Stephen WONG / Exhibitions Industry in Hong Kong
Date :  06 May 2019
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Hotel Panorama, 8A Hart Avenue, TST, Kowloon (Exit N1, TST MTR Station), Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Mr. Talis WONG / One simple key to making us more likeable
Date :  20 May 2019
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Hotel Panorama, 8A Hart Avenue, TST, Kowloon (Exit N1, TST MTR Station), Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Mr. Harvey CHUNG / Methodologies for Innovative Solutions
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PROVIDING CLEAN WATER
 
Rotary makes amazing things happen, like:
  • Strengthen the ability of communities to develop, fund, and maintain sustainable waterand sanitation systems.
  • Provide equitable community access to safe water, improved sanitation, and hygiene.
  • Support programs that enhance communities’ awareness of the benefits of safe water,sanitation, and hygiene.
  • Support career-minded professionals’ studies related to water and sanitation.
  • Create tools and resources that facilitate, measure, and enhance high-quality water andsanitation projects worldwide.
 
2017- 2018
Rotary Club of Tsim Sha Tsui joined the Global Grant Project initiated by the Rotary Club of Laoag Sunshine of Philippines.  It is a community-managed water distribution system and integrated watershed resource development and management in Brgy, Francisco, Dingras, Ilocos Norte, Philippines.
 
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2004 - 2005

Water Cistern, Papua New Guinea 

In conjunction with our sister club, Rotary Club of Brisbane, we built and supplied a water cistern to a mountianous village in that region so that the inhabitants have a supply of clean water.

 

2002 - 2003

Supply of Clean Water to Ti Li Village, Taiwan 

It was a joint project with our sister club, Rotary Club of Taipei Shihlin, Taiwan.  This project involved the supply of piping, labour and headwork to deliver clean water from the mountains located 3 kilometers away from the village to the village’s distribution system.  Their old system was destroyed as a result of numerous typhoons that occuured that year.