Posted by Dave Panabaker on Mar 12, 2018
The Rotary Club of Medicine Hat was very happy to welcome Richard (Dick) Northcott, who spoke about Canadian Humanitarian, a charitable organization run by himself and his spouse Deborah.  It is an education support program, working in Ethiopia and Malawi.  They operate what was described as a "child centered network", everything done surrounds the child with opportunities.
They currently have 10 ongoing projects, with approximately 50 - 70 children in each project.
In closing, Dick mentioned that "in one generation - everything changes", and that change for the better should happen in this country driven by it's young people.