District 7210 News & Updates
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Happy Spring My Rotary Sisters and Brothers,
 
I hope you are all doing well and vaccinated! Apologies for the late release of the April newsletter. It's been a couple of hectic weeks for me.
 
RI's theme this month is Maternal and Child Health. This is the message from our Zone 28/32 Director Valarie Wafer:
 
Rotary’s focus in the month of April is on Maternal and Child Health. The focus on maternal health isn’t as simple as a strategy to save lives, it is far bigger than that. Ensuring that mothers who give birth have the medical supports they require, sanitary locations in which to give birth and strategies to follow up medically and psychologically. When this is in place it leads to children being raised by their own mothers, family units staying together and the next generation contributing to society, the economy and not being dependent on social services. Improved maternal health benefits everyone.
 
“There is no greater insight into the future than recognizing…when we save our children, we save ourselves”- Margaret Mead 
 
Kudos to your club if you are involved in a children's and/or maternal health project, in your community or internationally!
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