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Rotary New Zealand’s humanitarian response mitigates the effects of the severest disasters among communities in the Pacific.

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Every year Rotary New Zealand dispatches hundreds of the Emergency Response Kits to countries around the Pacific. Our aim is to work with local Rotary Clubs in each affected country to be the first to provide emergency response on site after a disaster hits.

For over 30 years Rotary New Zealand’s Emergency Response Kit has been providing immediate relief to our Pacific Island neighbours in times of earthquake, cyclone or tsunami, through the efforts of Rotary volunteers.

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New Zealand Rotary's National Charity

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Education

Health

Child Sponsorship

Disaster Response

* Worldwide including New Zealand

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