A team of devoted Rotarian who are passionate about making changes.
Commemorating World Polio Day, revolving clubs around the world were encouraged to plan activities to raise awareness and raise funds to support disease control.
The Rotary Club of Chatsworth was also part of a global campaign and planned an exciting bingo evening on World Polio Day.
All funds collected during this successful event went in the direction of this valuable project.
PRO from the club, Dr. Ansuyah Moodley said that eradicating Polio is a difficult process.
READ ALSO: The Rotary Club of Chatsworth adds color to the local crib
"Every day, 360,000 children are born in the world and to be fully protected against polio, each of them must be vaccinated more than once, but several times, to stop the virus from traveling, every child must be fully vaccinated at the same time, before enough new babies are born to allow the virus to travel again, "she said.
The only way to achieve cachexia is the massive and coordinated scale on which rotational and other health organizations are now operating, using a vast network of systems to deliver approximately 430 million doses of vaccine each year, through massive vaccination campaigns.
"Places with enormous distances, incredibly distant communities, wars, instability, poverty and hundreds of millions of children must be achieved every year," added Moodley.
It is a costly undertaking. It is a task of breathtaking ambition and scope, but Rotary continues to do so.
"Now is the time to do my best to raise funds, raise awareness and be" Inspiration to End Polio Now "- she concluded.
If you would like to help with this polio eradication project or get more information about joining the club, contact the president of the Rotary Club of Chatsworth, Juggie Naidoo 083-781-5447, director of international services, Pam Naidoo on 083-456 -8169 or PRO Dr Ansuyah Moodley on 083-792-1082.