Gerald Klonglan and Dave Fox recently visited the Rotary Club of Iowa Falls to provide details of the the Rotary Club of Ames' Water and Sanitation efforts in Same and Mwanga, Tanzania.   
Under the new Future Vision program of Rotary International, all global projects are to be high-impact,long-term and sustainable, and must fall under one of six areas of focus: Water and Sanitation, Maternal and Child Health, Basic Education and Literacy,Peace and Conflict Prevention/Resolution, Disease Prevention and Treatment, and Economic and Community Development. 
In the photo is Gerald Klonglan, Chair of the Rotary Club of Ames' World Service and Global Grants Committee, who is working to build partnerships for  two large-scale, sustainable water projects in Same and Mwanga, Tanzania.
George Dougan, a well driller for Iowa Falls who has played a key role in evaluating wells for the Rotary Foundation Water and Sanitation Needs Assessment Team in Tanzania.  
Dave Fox, President of the newly formed Rotary Club of Ames Foundation and a key player in the Water and Sanitation Rotarian Action Group (WASRAG). Dave is working with the Rotary Foundation in testing and Project Enhancement Process in nine pilot Rotary Districts around the world.  A key goal of the process is to prepare larger, more sustainable global grants partnering multiple clubs and districts.
Brent Bonner is a member of the Rotary Club of Iowa Falls and is an Assistant District Governor of Rotary District 5970.