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I would like to draw your attention to this article, 'One man’s driving adventure for the Gift of Life', in the Transplant World Journal
Transplant Australia WA can arrange speakers to talk to Rotary groups at any stage, promoting organ and tissue donation and there are many inspiring stories to tell. We can also talk about the World Transplant Games to be held in Perth from 15-21 April 2023.
Volunteers at the World Transplant Games should register here https://worldtransplantgames.rosterfy.com.au/register
City Rotary 
  • Imagine being pregnant and homeless.
  • Imagine having a baby and trying to find somewhere safe to sleep at night.
  • Imagine living with the fear of child removal because you have nowhere to live.
Women in our community are having to confront these realities every day.
“How can this be happening in this day and age?” you might ask. “Why isn’t this tragedy more widely known by us all?”  “How can our resource-rich state allow this to happen?” “It’s Dickensian”. Unbelievable as it seems, it is occurring on our doorstep.
So, what can be done?
Professor Lisa Wood is a tireless advocate of research being relevant and useful to the real world. She is recognised nationally and internationally, for her leadership in homelessness and public health. Reducing health and social inequalities lies at the heart of all her research.
Underlying her academic and research career is dedicated hands-on involvement in helping people who are homeless and collaborating closely with health and homelessness services. In 2017, Lisa founded the Home2Health research team (based now at the University of Notre Dame), and leads its growing program of innovative multidisciplinary research and evaluation.
When Lisa became aware of the acute but often hidden vulnerability of pregnant women who are homeless in WA, she couldn’t ignore it.
Come and hear more about this injustice, and what needs to be done and how.
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Date:March 1
Time:7:00 am - 8:30 am
Cost:Free – $49.00
Freshwater Bay Room at the Hyatt
99 Adelaide Tce
Perth, WA 6000 Australia + Google Map
Rotary Club of North Perth
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Malaria Congress 25 -26 May 2023 Melbourne - Early Bird Registration Ends February 3rd!
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