As part of National Immunization Day activities in Madipur, Delhi, India, in January 2017, Yoshi Sekiba, of the Rotary Club of Hirosaki Apple, Japan, led a team of 60 club members from Aomori Prefecture and other parts of Japan to India for the 16th consecutive year to immunize children against polio.
As part of National Immunization Day activities in Madipur, Delhi, India, in January 2017, Yoshi Sekiba, of the Rotary Club of Hirosaki Apple, Japan, led a team of 60 club members from Aomori Prefecture and other parts of Japan to India for the 16th consecutive year to immunize children against polio. Allison Kwesell Rotary International
As part of National Immunization Day activities in Madipur, Delhi, India, in January 2017, Yoshi Sekiba, of the Rotary Club of Hirosaki Apple, Japan, led a team of 60 club members from Aomori Prefecture and other parts of Japan to India for the 16th consecutive year to immunize children against polio. Allison Kwesell Rotary International

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