Disaster Aid Australia will be leading a 'Breakout Session' at this years Rotary International Convention in Toronto.
It will be an opportunity to find out how Disaster Aid partners have brought safe drinking water to communities in; The Philippines, Nepal, Bhutan, Cambodia, Malaysia and Indonesia.
The effects of major water quality improvements, at an affordable price, has many important features.
As well as health improvements the clean water projects have; improved educational prospects, stimulated the local economies and assisted in bringing peace to troubled regions.
Al Mannus - Rotary Club of CDO West (PDG), Philipines.
Al will talk about how Disaster Aid has worked in partnership with his club and the Balay Mindanaw Peace Foundation to respond to disasters on the Island of Mindanao and to help many communities with long term solutions to contaminated water
KK Looi - Rotary Club of USJ (PP) Malaysia.
As a key member of Disaster Aid Malaysia KK will be talking about the impact of Safe Water to the communities in his country
Yeshey Dorji - Rotary Club of Thimpu, Bhutan
Yeshey can explain about Bhutan, where there is no shortage of water, but a lack of treatment means that health problems are common. He will be able to report on how Disaster Aid Skyhydrants are now making a difference.
Rhett Butler - Inventor of the SkyHydrant
After many years of providing effective Water treatment Rhett now wants to encourage a movement from a simple donation to an investment in a long term social enterprise.
David Langworthy - President of Disaster Aid Australia
David will explain Disaster Aid Australia's 'Safe Water to Every Child' initiative and how Rotarians can help bring the 'Human Right to Safe Water' to more people.
Helene Bo Morse - Rotary Club of Ashgrove-The Gap (PP)
See You in Toronto!
The sessions will be on Monday 25th June at 1.30pm in Room 718