This limb camp for 600 patients was financed by Rotary clubs in three countries, led by RC North Downs, Ireland (Dist 1160).
Budgeted cost US$ 27,342.00
Financed by RC North Downs, District 1160 4,830.00
RC Angers Plantagenet, District 1510 4,829.00
RC Renukoot, District 3020 1,012.00
District 3020 DDF 3,000.00
Rotary Foundation matching grant 13,671.00 US$ 27,342.00
Bangalore, Karnataka, India.
This limb camp was held in January 2002. The work was carried out by technicians from the Jaipur Limb Centre in Delhi and six volunteer orthopaedic surgeons. The camp was organised by the RC Bangalore Peenya and funded by District 1130 out of their Millenium Fund and a matching grant from The Rotary Foundation.
Actual costs : Materials, wages, accommodation and transport, food and
travel costs, etc, for patients and carers. US$ 25,813.00
Financing : District 1130 (London) 6,793.00
District 3190 (Canada) 6,114,00
Rotary Foundation matching grant 12,906.00 US$ 25,813.00
Initial registrations indicated that approximately 500 patients would attend.
In fact, during the course of the camp;
863 Patients attended, including approximately:
400 Jaipur limbs, made and fitted.
200 Polio calipers, made and fitted.
100 Pairs of crutches supplied.
A number of tricycles were also supplied.
Polio Corrective Surgery camp, sponsored by RC Southport Links and organized by RC Rajkot Midtown, District 3060.
Thirty young polio victims were operated on and completed their treatment over a period of three months from December 2001 – March 2002.
Total cost, at £ 100.00 per patient, was £ 3,000.00.
Financed by RC Southport Links, District 1180 £ 3,000.00.
Nagercoil, Southern India.
This Limb Camp was organized by RC Nagercoil South and was completed during 2001.
The original budget was for an anticipated attendance of 600 patients.
Budgeted cost US$ 26,444.00
Funding. District 1160 (Ireland) 10,722.00
District 3210 (Southern India) 2,500.00
Rotary Foundation matching grant 13,222.00 US$ 26,444.00
Idar, Gujarat, India.
Limb camp for anticipated 500 patients, Organised by RC Bombay Queens Necklace and financed by RC Arundel and DDF from Districts 1250 and District 3140. The work was completed by Help Handicapped International, Mumbai.
Actual patients treated : 400 Jaipur limbs 10,000.00
50 Wheelchairs 2,500.00
40 Tricycles 3,000.00
300 Crutches 2,400.00
Transportation, etc 2,100.00
Total cost US$ 20,000.00
Financing : RC Arundel District 1250 3,000.00
RC Queens Necklace District 3140 2,000.00
RC Idar District 3050 2,000.00
District 1250 DDF 2,000.00
District 3140 DDF 1,000.00
Rotary Foundation Matching grant 10,000.00 US$ 20,000.00
Permanent Jaipur Limb Centre in the orthopaedic workshop at St Francis Leprosy Hospital, Buluba, Nr Iganga, Uganda. Sponsored locally by RC Kyambogo-Kampala, District 9200, and financed mainly by RC Copenhagen International, District 1470, RC Godalming, District 1250 and clubs in District 1110, this much needed facility was finally opened in a grand ceremony attended by Civic Dignatories and senior Rotary leaders from Uganda. The project included some additional equipment and sufficient materials for 500 limbs.
Total cost, including transport. US$ 16,000.00
Financing : RC Copenhagen International, District 1470 7,150.00
RC Godalming, District 1250 3,700.00
RC Kyambogo Kampala, District 9200 250.00
District 1110 3,900.00
RJLP General Funds 1,000.00 US$ 16,000.00