About Us

The Rotary Action Group for Family Health and AIDS Prevention Inc (RFHA) develops and implements large scale community development and humanitarian service programs, which provide preventative health care and education to children and families who normally can’t access them.

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These programs ensure that people receive free critical health screenings, testing and where necessary, they are referred to doctors or medical facilities for additional assessment or care. This creates a vital link to care within communities that would otherwise not exist.

The RFHA Inc global headquarters is in Atlanta, Georgia (USA) and we are a registered Section 501(c)(3) Organization. A CEO and a board of 13 internationally-based directors govern our organisation.

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Our programs harness the power of partnerships which we form by connecting members of the Public and Private sectors, NGOs and Rotary clubs within RFHA Inc’s strategic alliance countries.

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The health education part of our programs has ensured that thousands of people have become ‘health literate’ and make more conscious and informed decisions about their health.

Our signature program is the Rotary Family Health Days which is present in 10 countries in Africa and South Asia.

Our Mission

To Save & Improve Lives

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Our Vision

To save and improve the lives of children and families who lack access to preventative health care and education.

Our Guiding Values

  • first value

    Professionalism (Trustworthy Brand)

  • value 2

    Commitment to Success / Partnership

  • value 3

    Community Empowerment

  • value 4

    Consistency / Quality

  • value 5

    Communication

  • value 6

    Sustainability / Accountability

  • value 7

    Integrity / Respect

  • value 8

    Inspiring thousands to serve millions

1994

1994

Jerry Schutz loses his fight against AIDS. His mother, Marion Bunch, a member of the Rotary Club of Dunwoody, Atlanta, Georgia, is devastated and feels stigmatized.

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2002

2002

Past RI President Bhichai Rattakul asks Marion to create a program to help orphans and vulnerable children in Africa. A multi-sector partnership called ANCHOR is formed to provide community-level support to 122,000 orphaned children in six African countries. The partnership includes African Rotary leaders, who mobilize hundreds of Rotary clubs into action, HOPE Worldwide, Emory University, and The Coca-Cola Africa Foundation. USAID approves a grant of $8 million to fund the program’s implementation between 2005 and 2010.

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1998

1998

After dealing with her grief, Marion decides it is time to act and create lasting change. She asks her fellow Rotary club members to join her in the fight against AIDS… and they said yes. An AIDS awareness program between Rotary clubs in Georgia and AID Atlanta was created and has reached more than 500,000 middle and high school students in Georgia.

2004

2004

The Rotary International Board of Directors approve Marion Bunch’s application for RFFA (Rotarians for Fighting AIDS) to become an independent non-profit Rotarian Action Group focusing on mobilizing Rotarians in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

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2012

2012

The Rotary Action Group programs have grown to include family health. The name is changed to Rotarians for Family Health & AIDS Prevention to reflect this growth. Rotary Family Health Days is held in Uganda, Kenya and Nigeria.

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2011

2011

Rotary Family Health Days, a massive community-level health campaign that provides lifesaving immunizations and health screenings, is born after Rotary leader Stephen Mwanje, a past district governor in Uganda, visualizes all the Rotary clubs in Uganda “working together on a common cause.” RFHA creates a Public/Private Partnership that involves the volunteer support of more than 5,000 Rotarians to implement this large scale, national program in Uganda. The Coca-Cola Africa Foundation joins the program for the first four years, along with each country’s Ministry of Health, PEPFAR (US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief), major media houses and hundreds of NGOs.

2013

2013

An award-winning documentary about Rotary Family Health Days is produced by Rotary International Rotary Family Health Days is held in Uganda, Nigeria, and South Africa.

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2015

2015

Rotary Family Health Days is held in Uganda, Nigeria, South Africa, and Ghana. Alicia Michael is appointed as CEO of RFHA Inc

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2014

2014

Rotary Family Health Days is held in Uganda, Nigeria, South Africa, eSwatini and Ghana.

2016

2016

Rotary Family Health Days is held in Uganda, Nigeria, South Africa, Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire, Benin, Togo, and India.

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2018

2018

Rotary Family Health Days is held in Uganda, Nigeria, India, Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire, Benin, and Togo.

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2017

2017

Rotary Family Health Days is held in Uganda, Nigeria, South Africa, and India.

2019

2019

Sue Paget is appointed CEO of RFHA Inc. Rotary Family Health Days is launched in Lesotho with the personal support of His Majesty King Letsie III.

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2020

2020

Name is changed to Rotary Action Group for Family Health & AIDS Prevention. COVID-19 pandemic is declared, and Rotary Family Health Days is cancelled in all countries, except for Nigeria where 154,375 people received 543,412 health services. The South African Rotary Family Health Days program and National Department of Health co-host a webinar to celebrate the valuable partnership that has brought healthcare to hundreds of thousands of South Africans. More than 22,000 people were reached by the webinar and its social media platforms.

1994

1994

Jerry Schutz loses his fight against AIDS. His mother, Marion Bunch, a member of the Rotary Club of Dunwoody, Atlanta, Georgia, is devastated and feels stigmatized.

people

1998

1998

After dealing with her grief, Marion decides it is time to act and create lasting change. She asks her fellow Rotary club members to join her in the fight against AIDS… and they said yes. An AIDS awareness program between Rotary clubs in Georgia and AID Atlanta was created and has reached more than 500,000 middle and high school students in Georgia.

people

2002

2002

Past RI President Bhichai Rattakul asks Marion to create a program to help orphans and vulnerable children in Africa. A multi-sector partnership called ANCHOR is formed to provide community-level support to 122,000 orphaned children in six African countries. The partnership includes African Rotary leaders, who mobilize hundreds of Rotary clubs into action, HOPE Worldwide, Emory University, and The Coca-Cola Africa Foundation. USAID approves a grant of $8 million to fund the program’s implementation between 2005 and 2010.

2004

2004

The Rotary International Board of Directors approve Marion Bunch’s application for RFFA (Rotarians for Fighting AIDS) to become an independent non-profit Rotarian Action Group focusing on mobilizing Rotarians in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

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2011

2011

Rotary Family Health Days, a massive community-level health campaign that provides lifesaving immunizations and health screenings, is born after Rotary leader Stephen Mwanje, a past district governor in Uganda, visualizes all the Rotary clubs in Uganda “working together on a common cause.” RFHA creates a Public/Private Partnership that involves the volunteer support of more than 5,000 Rotarians to implement this large scale, national program in Uganda. The Coca-Cola Africa Foundation joins the program for the first four years, along with each country’s Ministry of Health, PEPFAR (US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief), major media houses and hundreds of NGOs.

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2012

2012

The Rotary Action Group programs have grown to include family health. The name is changed to Rotarians for Family Health & AIDS Prevention to reflect this growth. Rotary Family Health Days is held in Uganda, Kenya and Nigeria.

2013

2013

An award-winning documentary about Rotary Family Health Days is produced by Rotary International Rotary Family Health Days is held in Uganda, Nigeria, and South Africa.

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2014

2014

Rotary Family Health Days is held in Uganda, Nigeria, South Africa, eSwatini and Ghana.

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2015

2015

Rotary Family Health Days is held in Uganda, Nigeria, South Africa, and Ghana. Alicia Michael is appointed as CEO of RFHA Inc

2016

2016

Rotary Family Health Days is held in Uganda, Nigeria, South Africa, Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire, Benin, Togo, and India.

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2017

2017

Rotary Family Health Days is held in Uganda, Nigeria, South Africa, and India.

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2018

2018

Rotary Family Health Days is held in Uganda, Nigeria, India, Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire, Benin, and Togo.

2019

2019

Sue Paget is appointed CEO of RFHA Inc. Rotary Family Health Days is launched in Lesotho with the personal support of His Majesty King Letsie III.

people waiting

2020

2020

Name is changed to Rotary Action Group for Family Health & AIDS Prevention. COVID-19 pandemic is declared, and Rotary Family Health Days is cancelled in all countries, except for Nigeria where 154,375 people received 543,412 health services. The South African Rotary Family Health Days program and National Department of Health co-host a webinar to celebrate the valuable partnership that has brought healthcare to hundreds of thousands of South Africans. More than 22,000 people were reached by the webinar and its social media platforms.

Partners

 

A committed public/private partnership is the key to our success. Each partner has a defined role and set of responsibilities, which creates a culture of collaboration between the partners.

On the ground, Rotary clubs work with local NGOs and their government to mobilize hundreds of additional partners to provide add-on services at site level and engage thousands of community volunteers.

We have five types of program partners, Rotary International clubs and districts, Government, Private Sector, NGOs and Media Partners.


Some of our partners include:

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Sue Paget
CEO
Sue’s introduction to Rotary was in 2000 when she was contracted by Rotary International to work in South Africa on the Polio Eradication Private Sector Campaign, which involved working with Rotary leadership, government and corporations in South Africa. She was invited to join the Rotary Club of Johannesburg in 2002. Over the years, Sue worked on various campaigns in a project management capacity. During this time Sue met Marion Bunch, founder and CEO of the RFFA in Atlanta, Georgia. Sue was appointed as program director of ANCHOR (African Network for Children Orphaned and at Risk) before being appointed as the South African Rotary Family Health Days program director in October 2012, and then global CEO of RFHA Inc in January 2019. Outside of Rotary, Sue has served as Trustee of St Andrew’s School for Girls, Director of School Aid South Africa, and Trustee of the President’s Award for Youth Empowerment (The Duke of Edinburgh Award) in South Africa.
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Chair
H Dean Rohrs
RI Vice President: 2017/18
Dean has had a varied career from the early days of being an Operating Room Nurse on Professor Christiaan Barnard’s first heart transplant team to running a Nursery School in Malawi. She, her husband Rhino and their three children emigrated to Canada from South Africa in 1991. Dean grew up in Zambia and after marrying Rhino lived in Malawi, Namibia and South Africa. Dean was born into a Rotary family and when Rhino joined Rotary in 1986 became an active Rotary Ann until she joined Rotary in 1989. On arriving in Vancouver both Dean and Rhino joined the Rotary Club of West Vancouver and at present are members of the Rotary Club of Langley Central in District 5050. Together with Rhino they now own and manage a company that is involved in soil stabilization during road construction. Some years ago Dean realized a lifelong ambition by receiving her qualifications in Game Guiding and Game Management. She is also an accomplished artist and professional ceramicist.
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Secretary and Acting Vice Chair
Joan Firkins
Rotary District 5020 Governor: 2005-06
Since joining Rotary in 1992, Joan has served in many leadership roles at the club, district, and zone level. She is a past director of The Rotary Foundation Canada and Chair of the RFHA Board of Directors from 2012 to 2016. Joan is passionate about community health and polio eradication and participated in Rotary Family Health Days in Uganda in 2012. She has made four trips to Ethiopia to participate in National Immunization Days by immunizing children with the polio vaccine.
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Treasurer
Henry Grady III
Rotary Club of Atlanta, District 6900
Henry is an Industry Specialist in the Commercial Banking Division of Truist (formally SunTrust Bank) and is responsible for the firm’s relationships with Hospitals and Health Systems throughout the United States. He is a sought-after Medical Device and Laboratories industry specialist. Henry has served on the Board of Directors of the Henry W Grady Health System Foundation, the Grady Memorial Hospital Corporation, the Student Aid Foundation, Inc, and the Grady Board of Trust. In 2013, he helped found Georgia Works! Henry joined the Rotary Club of Atlanta in 2004 and has enjoyed working on various committees.
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Board member
Brad Howard
Rotary International Director 2015-17
Brad is president of Howard Tours and managing director of Howard Properties. He has dedicated much of his time and talents to the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley, as a board member, fundraiser, and trustee of the Berkeley Foundation. He is a past district governor of District 5170, and a past member of the Board of Directors of Rotary International’s and he served as Chairman of the Board’s Executive Committee. Currently, he is serving a three-year term as Chairman of Rotary’s Communication Committee and has been appointed as aide to Rotary President-Elect Jennifer Jones, who will be the first woman president of Rotary International. The eradication of polio has been a significant part of Brad’s Rotary experience. He served 10 years as the Zone 26 End Polio Now Coordinator, and has led 33 Rotarian groups, with a combined total of over 1,500 people, to participate in polio national immunization days in West Africa and India.
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Director West Africa
Olajide Akeredolu
Rotary District 9110 Governor: 2019/20
Olajide graduated from the University of Ibadan Medical School with a MBBS in 1979. He served as a medical officer and surgeon at various hospitals in Nigeria and in 1987, moved to the UK for advanced plastic surgery training. Olajide became a Fellow of the Nigerian Postgraduate Medical College in Surgery (FMCS) in 1988 and served as a registrar in plastic surgery, regional clinical fellow in plastic surgery, senior registrar, and clinical instructor in plastic surgery. He returned to Nigeria in 1990 and joined the Lagos State Government Health Service. In 1994 Olajide entered private practice, establishing the Inland Specialist Hospital group. He is a charter member and past president of the Rotary Club of Ogudu G.R.A, District 9110, and has served on many district, regional, and international committees.
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Greg Podd
RI Vice President 2015/16 (USA)
Greg is a CPA (Certified Public Accountant Retired - AZ) and a PFS (Personal Financial Specialist) having operated his own practice from June 1979 to retirement in January 2000. He has written four professional continuing education courses and has been a keynote speaker at five national conferences. Greg was a regular guest professor at Arizona State University in the Master of Taxation program. He was also the President and owner of a very large metal fabrication firm for the telecommunication industry and a healthcare software development firm. Greg has been a Rotary Club member since 1982 and has served in a number of district, regional and international roles.
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Director Southern Africa
Greg Cryer
Rotary District 9370 Governor: 2013/14
Greg has been involved in the Property Development market for the past 30 years, having originally trained and studied in the engineering field. He joined Rotary 25 years ago and was involved in chartering three Rotary clubs and a probus club. He has served as club president, assistant governor and on various zone and district committees. Greg was intimately involved in the merging of Districts 9270 and 9320 into the new District 9370 and served as the first District Governor of D9370 in 2013/14.
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Safak Alpay
Rotary International Director: 2014-16
Safak Alpay is a physicist who until he retired in 2015, served as board member and shareholder of INTERPRO Holding. He also worked for, managed, and owned several companies. Safak has worked as a university lecturer and been a leader in the Turkish Boy Scout Association. He joined Rotary in 1974 and served as district governor (1990/91). His other positions within Rotary have included Rotary International Director, Chair of the Executive Committee of the Rotary Board, and the Rotary International President Special representative to establish Rotary in Iraq.
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Director South Asia
Bharat Pandya
Rotary International Director: 2019-21
Bharat Pandya is a practicing general and laparoscopic surgeon. He and his wife, Madhavi, a gynecologist, own a private hospital in Mumbai. He is a fellow of the International College of Surgeons and has served on the board of the Jan Shikshan Sansthan vocational training institute, sponsored by the Indian government. Pandya joined Rotary in 1989 as a charter member of the Rotary Club of Borivali. During his year as governor of District 3140, his district contributed over $2 million to The Rotary Foundation, making it the top contributor worldwide for 2006/07. He has led numerous projects, including water and sanitation projects funded by Foundation grants that installed check dams so that villagers no longer needed to walk up to four miles per day to collect water.
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Peter King
Rotary District 1140 Governor: 2002/03
Peter has worked for 30 years as a barrister and for the past 20 years was an senior immigration judge at the Upper Tribunal Judge for Immigration, Asylum and Human Rights. Recently retired from judicial appointment he has been accredited as a mediator with CEDR. He is currently undergoing training for certification as an International Peace Mediator with Oxford Process. Peter is a liveryman and court assistant of the Worshipful Company of Arbitrators, a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and a Freeman of the City of London. He also served the army for five years as a lawyer and 25 years in the Territorial Army in transport and logistics, thereafter as a Deputy Judge Advocate involved in military trials. He was awarded the Territorial Decoration and Bar. He is a founder member of the Rotary Club of Kew Gardens, having joined in 1984.
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Peter Kyle
Rotary International Director: 2020-22
Peter first came to the US from New Zealand in 1973 to pursue postgraduate studies in law at the University of Virginia as a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar. After a career in private legal practice in New Zealand he returned to the US in 1992 as a senior international attorney for the World Bank. He retired from this position in 2009. Peter joined Rotary in 1976 and has served the organization in many capacities.
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Sandra Thurman
Advisor to the RHFA Board
Sandra Thurman is a renowned global advocate for key and vulnerable populations. While she is known most for her focus on HIV prevention, care and treatment, and policy, Sandra has made important contributions to polio eradication, women’s health, children’s health, and cancer prevention and treatment. Currently, she serves as the Chief Strategy Officer in the United States Department of State’s Office of the US Global AIDS Coordinator and Health Diplomacy. Throughout her career, Ms. Thurman has held important leadership positions, including leading the Office of National AIDS Policy under President Bill Clinton.
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Laura Kann
District 6420 Governor: 2021/22 (USA)
Laura Kann is a second-generation Rotarian. She joined the Rotary Club of Dunwoody, Georgia in 2004 and held many leadership positions in that Club including President in 2011-2012. During her Presidential year, the Rotary Club of Dunwoody participated in five Future Vision Global Grants totaling nearly $600,000, conducted more than 53 service projects, honored 58 new Paul Harris Fellows, had a membership retention rate of 90%, and inducted 19 new members. In addition, during Laura’s Presidential year, Rotary International and RI President Kalyan Banerjee recognized the Rotary Club of Dunwoody as one of the top three Rotary Clubs (in their membership category) in the world for achievements in Membership and the Rotary Foundation. In addition, District 6900 recognized the Rotary Club of Dunwoody as the Level 3 Best All-Around Club and the Best Overall for Public Relations, the Rotary Foundation, Technology, Family of Rotary, and Club Year Book. District 6900 also honored Laura with the Sheffield Leadership Award as the best Club President during the 2011-2012 Rotary year. At the District level, Laura served Rotary District 6900 as an Assistant Governor during the 2013-2014 Rotary year. She also was a trainer at Georgia PETS and District Training Assembly from 2012-2018 and conducted membership-focused webinars for Zone 34 during 2013 and 2014. In addition, she served on District 6900’s Global Grant Scholar Committee and the District Grant Committee. She also served during 2016-2018 as District 6900’s Peace Fellow Coordinator. In 2010, Laura participated in a 3-day Polio Eradication National Immunization Day campaign in Chandigarh, India as part of a Rotary International delegation. In 2013, she received the Rotary International Avenues of Service Citation for Individual Rotarians for outstanding efforts in each of the Avenues of Service. Laura and her husband, Wick Warren, are Paul Harris Fellows and Major Donors – Level III. Laura is now a very active member of the Princeton Rotary Club which she joined in 2018. She serves on the Board of Directors and was also chair of the annual Rotary Auction for the club’s centennial year in 2020. In addition, she serves on the 100th Anniversary Committee, the Community Service Committee, and the Foundation Committee. At the District level, Laura currently serves District 6420 as the District Governor Elect and will be District Governor during the 2022-2023 Rotary year. She is also the Global Grant and District Grant Subcommittee Chair. Laura was born and raised in Princeton and graduated from Princeton High School. She went on to receive a bachelors and master’s degree from the University of Illinois and a Ph.D. from Indiana University. From 1987-2017, she worked at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia where she served as a global expert in school-based survey research focused on the health behaviors of adolescents, in general, and sexual minority youth, specifically. During her time at CDC, Laura collaborated with international organizations and governmental agencies in all 50 states plus more than 100 developing countries. She managed four large surveillance systems, a staff of 25 scientists, and an extramural research budget of about $12 million annually. In addition, Laura authored more than 200 peer-reviewed scientific publications and made more than 160 national and international peer-reviewed presentations. Laura returned to Princeton in 2014, is now retired from CDC, and lives in the historic “Purple House” on East Peru Street. She works two days a week as a World Health Organization (WHO) expert consultant. In addition to her service as a Rotarian, she is also a member of Friends in Council and serves on the Board of Directors for the Bureau County Historical Society and Freedom House. Laura spends much of her free time quilting and gardening. Her husband also worked at the CDC in international public health for his entire 36-year career and is now the Varsity Baseball Coach at Princeton High School.
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Marion Bunch
RFHA Inc Founder Emeritus (USA)
Marion Bunch, a member of the Rotary Club of Dunwoody, Atlanta, Georgia, lost her son to AIDS in 1994. Motivated by her grief and determined to make a difference, Marion set out on a mission to fight HIV/AIDS and reduce the stigma around it. She asked her Rotary club to join her and so, the seed for the Rotary Action Group for Family Health and AIDS Prevention (RFHA) was sown. Successful HIV/AIDS programs were started at schools in Georgia and then in Africa. In 2004, the Rotary International Board of Directors approved an application from Marion for RFFA (Rotarians for Fighting AIDS) to become an independent non-profit Rotarian Action Group focusing on mobilizing Rotarians in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
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Stella Anyangwe
District 9400 Governor (South Africa)
Stella is an MD, PhD, medical doctor, epidemiologist and global health expert and was an honorary professor at the School of Health Systems and Public Health at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. She has lectured on Disaster Risk Management, Neglected Tropical Diseases and Social Determinants of Health. Stella retired from the World Health Organization in April 2013 after serving WHO in various capacities, including WHO Country Representative in four African countries and as the Programme Area Coordinator for Disaster Preparedness and Response in the African Region. She has also served as Senior Lecturer in Epidemiology and Community Medicine in the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Yaounde, in Cameroon.
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Larry Lunsford
The Rotary Foundation Trustee: 2021-25
Larry, a certified public accountant, is senior vice president and chief financial officer of Bernstein-Rein Advertising, Inc. He has served Truman State University as a member of its National Alumni Association Board and its Foundation Board. He also served as treasurer of the Epilepsy Foundation for the Heart of America. His passion for Rotary and his invitation into the family of Rotary began during his college years, when in 1982, he was selected as a Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Scholar to Australia. Lunsford joined Rotary in 1991.
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John Phillip
Past District 1040 Governor (United Kingdom)
John is the representative of the Cadre of Technical Advisors assigned to RFHA Inc. The cadre is a group of Rotarians who volunteer their professional skills and technical expertise in Rotary’s areas of focus or financial auditing. A retired surgeon, who specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer, John has been a member of Rotary for more than 30 years and chairs the Rotary Fellowship of Healthcare Professionals.
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Emile Mouton
RFHA Inc Monitoring & Evaluation Consultant
Emile is a qualified CA(SA) whose expertise lies in business architecture, analysis, issue resolution, risk mitigation, and solution development and implementation, while utilizing his financial qualifications and experience (financial and general management). He is a senior Financial Business Architect on a major intermediary remuneration renewal project and leads the design and development of the financial components while ensuring the financial integrity of the overall solution.
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Sarah van Heerden (Paterson)
RFHA Inc Media and Communications Consultant
Sarah is the editor of the Rotary Regional Magazine, Rotary Africa: South. She is a former newspaper journalist and the founder/Doodler-In-Chief of MacDoodle, a marketing, design and publishing agency that networks teams of highly-skilled freelancers into phenomenal marketing, design, publishing and branding projects. As a ‘bookworm’, she is passionate about the print and digital publishing services provided to independent authors who work with MacDoodle. Sarah served two terms as Rotary District 9370 (eastern South Africa and Lesotho) Public Image committee Chair, where she guided more than 1600 Rotarians as they strove to improve the perception of Rotary in their communities and the region.
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Elyjoy Landa Short
RFHA Inc. Monitoring & Evaluation Consultant
Elyjoy holds a Law degree and a Masters in Youth and Community development from the U.K. She has worked in various civil society institutes in the UK including Yorkshire and Humberside Youth Offending agency. She transitioned to working in the youth development sector with a focus on developing programs that address the youth unemployment rate in South Africa. She has developed and implemented programs for the NYDA, Harambee, Ever Africa, Ready to work (ABSA) as well as Vulindela eJozi with The Social Collective. Elyjoy has worked with Rotary Family Health Days since 2018 and has been instrumental in its monitoring and evaluation . This has grown into an area of focus and interest which has led her to work on frameworks that measure and showcase impact of social projects for both NGOs and Corporates.
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