ILTC 2017 Interact Leadership Training Camp organised by Rotary Club of Singapore
The Interact Leadership Training Camp (ILTC) organised annually by the Rotary Club of Singapore is a major event in the Interact calendar. The camp’s aims are to impart the skills and spirit of volunteerism and to introduce Interactors to the Interact, Rotaract and Rotary family at large.
Rotarian Dr Hoh Sek Tien, Youth Service Director says, “This year the camp was unique in many ways. For the first time, Rotary Club of Singapore partnered Youth Corps Singapore to launch a completely new programme which included new elements such as ageing simulation, social inclusion dialogue, cross cultural communication in addition to leadership training. The camp location was also a first, with Temasek Polytechnic’s Glocal Connect Village coming in as host of the 3-day 2-night stay-in camp.”
The camp was held from 28-30 July 2017.
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Click on the cover below to view the Singapore Tatler Article about the Rotary Club of Singapore Installation of the 83rd President and Board 
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  • Guizhou Ethnic Minority Vocation School Project. A great collaborative effort by Rotarians and ISC Chair Mark Yang!!
  • A joint ISC – VSC project
  • This minority races are left behind in the economic growth of China, especially in the  Southwest of China, lagging behind the coastal provinces. Vocational education is key as it fills the gap between skilled and unskilled workers
  • Guizhou holds the remaining un-spoilt mountainous area endowed with unique culture and geography.

The key objective of the project is to help the school with a modern practical training laboratory, learn more about the Miao people unique culture and geography and also fellowship with Rotary China

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Rebuilding Limbs and Lives – LAGOS, NIGERIA
  • A ‘Global Grant’ project jointly executed by RC Singapore and our partner club; RC Victoria Garden City, Lagos
  • Total Project Cost US$197K
  • The IshK Limb Centre (Tolaram Foundation subsidiary) provided more than 1,500 artificial limbs with all additional cost being funded by its parent body, Tolaram Corporation. Training was imparted to 3 limb prosthesis technicians
  • Initiated a livelihood program providing physiotherapy, job opportunities and a “mobile kitchen” start-up carts for selected beneficiaries
  • A BIG THANK YOU to our HM Rtn. Mohan Vaswani for his kindness and wonderful support!!
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  • Project: Rotary Eye Hospitals, Joint Projects Of RC Singapore (RI Dist 3310) with RC Aurangabad & RC Buxar  (RI District 3250)
  • Project Start and Completion Date: July 2016 and completed Feb 2017
  • Cost of the project: 620,000 USD. GG 180,000 USD. Balance local donations
  • Award: This project won the Gold award for the Best International Service project at the DISCON in Bangkok , this May 2017-05-21
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  • Project: Project AASHA (meaning is Hope in English)
  • Project Start & End Date: 25th Dec – 31st Dec 2016
  • Cost of the project: 5000 USD. Rotarians of Rotary Club of Singapore raised the funds through contributions.
  • Project location: Nepal
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  • Malang Children Project
  • Project Cost: USD$135,000
  • Project Start and Completion Date: 1 June 2016 to 11 Feb 2017
  • Areas of focus : Disease Prevention & Treatment ; Basic Education and Literacy
  • Project Location : East Java Indonesia RI District: 3420
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River Safari
  • A joint initiative by YSC & CSC!! Not to forget Rotarians of other clubs and Rotarian spouses …
  • On 12th Nov 2016 a ‘River Safari’ outing was arranged for 30 elderly residents of a local old home.
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Gift of Love Home
  • RC Singapore joined Tanglin Club of Singapore at their Annual Christmas event for their ‘Gift of Love Home’ event
  • ‘Gift of Love Home’ is a home to the frail elderly, who typically require assistance in their daily living

  • The facility takes care of about 40 residents, many of whom have been neglected or abandoned by their families
  • The key objective of this Christmas event was not only for the residents of the Home, but also for the 'adopted' families of the Home itself
  • The CSC donated 5kg bags of jasmine rice to the Home, which was be donated to families in need
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