Hosted by Rotary Club of Essendon
WHEN Tues 10 April 2018 6:30pm for 7pm start
WHERE Waterloo Cup Hotel, 252 Maribyrnong Rd, Moonee Ponds
COST $45 pp 3 Course meal, Drinks at bar prices
RSVP Monday 26 March
For further information: Roger Leask 0412 706 566 or Jane Carbone 0417329 005
Lien holds a Bachelor of Optometry from the University of Melbourne and Master of Optometry from the University of NSW. She has experience working in low-income settings internationally as well as throughout Australia. In 2013 she was awarded the inaugural D9800 Global Grant from the Rotary Foundation to study a Master of Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She has since worked at Indigenous Eye Health , and now manages 2 delightful tots as well as our Project EndTrachoma by 2020
Trachoma is the leading infectious cause of blindness globally. Australia remains the world's last developed country where it still persists. Blindness from recurrent trachoma infections is irreversible. But trachoma is an entirely preventable disease, and infections can be treated quickly and effectively.
Son of Royce and Jean Abbey, David will speak about the Royce and Jean Vocational Scholarship and the Royce Abbey Award. 2018 marks 30 years since Rotary Club of Essendon member, PP Royce Abbey, was Rotary International World President.
Murray is a retired medical practitioner. He has been a member of the Rotary Club of Williamstown since 1981. He was
Governor of Rotary International District 9800. He is now a Regional Rotary Foundation Coordinator and is also a member of the End Trachoma Core Team.