We believe that everyone has the right to qualified medical care. However, 400 million people in the world still cannot afford or do not even have access to basic health care. We are setting up temporary clinics, blood donation centers and educational institutions in communities that are in dire need of these services and are struggling with disease outbreaks. We develop and build an infrastructure that enables physicians, patients, and governments to work together effectively.

Rotarians fight diseases such as polio, malaria, HIV / AIDS, Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis and diabetes.

Because disease prevention is very important, we also pay close attention to medical education and help people take good care of their hearing, vision and teeth.