Club Executives & Directors
|Ziggy Marley dedicates song to polio eradication effort
Although reggae legend Ziggy Marley couldn’t attend Rotary’s World Polio Day event in Chicago on 24 October, he recorded a special message for attendees. Marley also performed a song from his latest album, “Fly Rasta,” which he said he hoped would“inspire people” to continue the effort to end polio, “which we will do soon.”
| Polio infrastructure helps combat Ebola in Nigeria
Rotary’s investments in polio eradication infrastructure in Nigeria has helped the government stop the Ebola outbreak there. The polio surveillance network, which is used to monitor incidence of polio, is now also being used to identify and track suspected Ebola cases. To learn how you can support the fight against Ebola:
On World Polio Day, 24 October, Rotary will host a live-streamed event including an update on our campaign to eradicate polio. We are 99 percent of the way to ending this crippling disease. Learn why it is critical that we finish the job, and what you can do to help.