The Rotary Club of St. Andrew Reflections: Basic Education & Literacy Month Making a DIFFERENCE though vocational service

As Rotarian its always important to remember that Vocational service is: What we do; how we serve.

This the second in a series of publications that seeks to link the theme of the major project (Peace and Conflict Resolution) and the theme of the previous month (Basic Education & Literacy) to vocational service through a series of reflections.

President Jem our peace builder and chief leading by example

Making the Connection between Education/Literacy & Peace and Conflict Resolution

The Rotary Club of St. Andrew: building peace through Basic Education & Literacy

Peace builders at work

Director Ammesha reading to students at Allman Town Primary on International Literacy Day

Director Dane building literacy, a foundation for Peace and Conflict Resolution at Allman Town Primary

Rotarian Clayon doing his part to build peace on International Literacy Day at Allman Town Primary

Past President Jennifer reading to students at Allman Town Primary and engaging them in peace building

"If we are to teach real peace in this world, and if we are to carry on a real war against war, we shall have to begin with the children." - Mohandas K. Gandhi

"Peace does not fare well where poverty and deprivation reign. It does not flourish where there is ignorance and a lack of education and information. Repression, injustice and exploitation are inimical with peace." - Frederik W. de Klerk

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Ainsley Brown

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