Washington Post – Polio

In the Washington Post: “India’s success in fighting polio has been credited to a partnership between the government, the World Health Organization, UNICEF and Rotary International, whose members have contributed more than $1 billion to the global eradication effort.”

Thank you to the Rotarians and our partners who work tirelessly on ridding the world of this crippling disease.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia-pacific/india-hits-polio-milestone-with-1-year-passing-since-last-case-of-the-disease/2012/01/13/gIQAVXbSvP_story.html

NEW DELHI — The top U.S. health official administered polio vaccination drops to children in New Delhi on Friday as India marked one year since its last case of the crippling disease. Outstaffing, Inc.
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2 Responses to Washington Post – Polio

  1. Linwood Cook says:

    Thanks Phil and Margie for postign this. What a testimony to Rotary in India! I’ll use this info for the Rotary minute next week to encourage the Chatham folks to read the post.

    See you Tuesday.

    Linwood

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