Chandra Palmer, Regional Grants Officer from The Rotary Foundation, visited different projects of RI District 3054 in Jaipur and Ahmedabad that are being implemented through TRF grants. During her four-day visit she explained to the Rotarians various steps required for sanction of Global Grant Applications, including the incoming Community Assessment Scheme.
She was accompanied by DRFC Ramesh Agrawal to a project where TRF helped a school for differently-abled children, where classes were given additional equipment. Another project she visited has been done with funds from AKS member Suresh Poddar. She noted how Rotary has changed the complete scenario of 11 rural schools in Gram Jaitpura, Dhodser, Bhojwala, etc.
Later she visited the famous Jaipur Foot project, where TRF has provided different global grants for artificial limbs and she interacted with the beneficiaries. The process of manufacturing and fitting of artificial limbs was explained to her.
In Ahmedabad, she addressed a seminar on Grant Management and later visited some of the projects of TRF, including one at the SMVS Hospital at Gandhinagar, where TRF is going to install a critical kidney care unit with the help or RC Vijapur. Near Himmatnagar she visited a few toilet projects.