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October 2003

Fellowship of Rotarians for Mine Action

Members undertake projects to remove and decommission land mines, promote land mine risk education, provide survivor assistance, and support sustainable community development. Visit the Fellowship of Rotarians for Mine Action Web site.

Post Polio Survivors and Associates Fellowship

Members form a support and communications network of Rotarians, spouses, and associates who are either disease survivors or are active participants in worldwide polio-related programs.

Rotarian Fellowship for Fighting AIDS

Members contribute to the elimination of the HIV/AIDS pandemic and teach HIV/AIDS prevention. They also provide help to orphans and children affected by this disease.

Rotarian Fellowship for Population and Development

Members develop and implement humanitarian projects that directly address population issues, and advocate population and development work worldwide.

Rotarian Fellowship of Quilters and Fiber Artists

Members share new ideas and techniques for the use of fabric as an art form. The group promotes an appreciation of quilts and fiber arts in all cultures and provides warm quilts to those in need.

Rotary's Global History Fellowship (An Internet Project)

Members accumulate and preserve the complete history, values, and philosophy of the Rotary movement, and publish this history on the Internet. Visit Rotary's Global History Fellowship Web site.

May 2003

International Fellowship of Rotarians Affected by Hearing Loss

Members promote understanding, support, and acquaintance among Rotarians who are affected by a hearing disability, promote ways to cope, prevent, and cure hearing loss, promote research projects, and support projects to correct deafness.

Rotarian Editors and Publishers Fellowship

Rotarian editors and publishers extend the knowledge of Rotary through newsletters, and recruit and train new editors and publishers. Visit the Rotarian Editors and Publishers Fellowship Web site.