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The Literacy Committee plans on compiling a list of the various literacy projects being undertaken by clubs in our District. If the project that your club is involved in is not listed below, please contact me so that I can add it to the list. If your club is interested in starting a literacy project, please contact the club currently involved in the project you may be interested in – they will be able to guide you in their successes and also warn you of possible danger areas.
ROTARY CLUB OF NEWLANDS ADDRESSES EMERGENCY RESPONSE VEHICLE CRISIS
The shortage of emergency response vehicles is a serious problem being faced in the Western Cape (and in fact, the rest of the country). This lack of vehicles often leads to emergency services taking up to 40 minutes to arrive at disaster scenes, especially in more remote areas. It goes without saying that the vital lost time can literally mean the difference between life and death.
Due to budget constraints, the situation doesn’t show any signs of improving - either from a provincial or municipal perspective. However, a fund-raising project recently initiated by the Rotary Club Newlands aims to supply an additional, much-needed vehicle to be operated by the Disaster Volunteer Group, EVS. The fully-kitted, multi-purpose vehicle will provide services to residents in the Deep South, from Claremont to Cape Point, including Masiphumelele, Ocean View and Redhill.
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