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1.  Rotary Overseas Recycled Playgrounds.   
This project entails collecting unwanted playgrounds from councils, schools and private locations, assembling them at the Rotary Donations in Kind warehouse in west Footscray and then sending them to disadvantaged communities overseas.
To date playgrounds have been sent to Sri Lanka, Tanzania and Timor Leste.

A Sister Club agreement with the Rotary Club of Colombo, Sri Lanka has plans to ship 4 containers annually each containing 6-8 playgrounds.  Through connections with Past District Governor Senake Ameresinghe in Colombo, these playgrounds are the distributed to schools, pre schools and councils across Sri Lanka where they are re-assembled by local Rotary clubs.
2.  Toilet facilities in Bangladesh.    
This is a project of the Rotary Club of Footscray which was adopted by the Gateway Cluster, of which Rotary Club of Flemington Kensington is aligned.
This project is supported by financial contributions by clubs.  Work is the carried out by local tradesmen.  Most projects are at rural schools.
Without toilets, female students in particular, miss many days of school each month.
3.  School for Autism, Bogor, Indonesia 
This project commenced in 2014 and entailed financial support and organisation of a vocational exchange for teachers.  Teachers from the school visited Mekbourne for a month and learn best practice by visiting, and shadowing staff at a number of locations including the Western Autistic School and the Olga Tennyson Institute and LaTrobe University.
The following year, teachers from Baden Powell College visited to 2 sites in Bogor, and gave instruction, advice and curriculum planning to staff.
  Report from Bogor.
4.  Royce Abbey Vocational scholarship     
Jimmy Mussime, a farmer from Kabale in Uganda was sponsored to come to Melbourne to learn about AgroForestry.  He spent 3 months in Melbourne and in the Geelong/Otway region where he visited a number of forestry sites, completed a Master Tree growers course and learnt how to implement a forestry economy in his home town.  Report from Jimmy.
5.  Educational materials and classrooms in Kassala, South Sudan.
through one of our members, we learnt of the poor situation for children in education in the refugee camps in South Sudan.  These families, many from war torn Eritrea had no access to education. 
The Eritrean Australian Humanitarian Association worked with the Rotary Club of Flemington Kensington to supply school materials for children and teachers, and to assist with funds to build classrooms and pay teachers.