Our newest members

Oumnia Bouaddi

My name is Oumnia from Morocco, I am a final year dental student and a public health enthusiast. I am interested in health education and communication in areas such as oral health and tobacco control. I am in the process of launching a tobacco awareness campaign in public schools in my hometown.
I have already tried out the content on a focus group.
I have received training from #wecanendthetrend, an organization based in Kentucky, USA and tried to use the behaviour change strategies taught to me to build the content and also adapt for the local context.
I do not want for this to be a one time thing, instead, I want to make sure these students themselves become "No tobacco ambassadors" in their school.

Mohan Kumar

Mohan in his endeavor to do Good In the World, joined Rotary in the year 2005 and since then he has actively contributed in making a difference to thousands of lives.
In particular he has played a key role in the artificial limb camp conducted by Rotary Bangalore Peenya. Over 40,000 + have been provided free artificial limbs, crutches, calipers, wheel chairs and tri-cycles. He was part of the polio corrective surgeries being done to over 875 people.
Some of the other projects, he played a key role include conducting over 70 + Hip replacement surgeries, providing 4 food distribution vehicles to The Akshaya Patra Foundation, construction of 17 compound walls to Government schools in Magadi Taluk, Karnataka.
As a Global LN-4 Ambassador in an honorary capacity representing The Ellen Meadows Prosthetic Hand Foundation, USA, he has enabled over 20,000 + beneficiaries being provided free below elbow mechanical functional hand. This involved in capacity building and establishing connects with NGO’s across India. In the past two years before this pandemic, at an average of one camp a week is conducted across India.
In December 2020, he was invited by the Zambian Government to initiate the prosthetic hand project in Lusaka, Zambia. He was featured in ZNBC TV Channel in Africa. His efforts have resulted in provision of the prosthetic hand in countries that include Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Mauritius.
As a Chief Strategy Officer for brand C-Gate, he is involved in Research and Design of Solutions that aide in reduction of transmission risk of COVID-19. A patent and trade mark have been filed for this. This product is adjudged as a Gold Winner in the Technology to Combat COVID -19 at the World Consumer Awards. https://consumerworldawards.com/winners/2020-winners/
He has received Certificate of Appreciation from The Government of Karnataka as Corona Warrior. He has received Certificate of Appreciation from The Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India as a Mentor to the participants of The Fight Corona Ideathon. He has received Certificate of Appreciation from The Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India as a Mentor for the COVID-19 Samadhan towards solving the challenges posed by the pandemic. He has completed a course on COVID-19: Tackling The Novel Corona Virus from The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and UK Public Health Rapid Support Team. Very recently in India, he was responsible to set up 500 Oxygen Concentrator bank as a service to the needy through Rotary.
He is a Master Trainer for Rotary Leadership Institute South Asia, one among the 6 and its Joint Secretary for India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Maldives & Bhutan. He has conducted training programs across many Rotary Districts in India Bangladesh & Sri Lanka. He is the Founder member of Strategic Planning Fellowship Group (S-PROF) approved by Rotary International Board in consultation with the Global Networking Groups. He is S-PROF Champion for South East Asia. He has received a Paul Harris Fellow recognition from S-PROF for his dedication to Strategic Planning.
He is recipient of Indian Achievers Award 2020 in recognition of Outstanding Professional Achievement and Contribution in Nation Building by Indian Achievers Forum.
To mark World Health day on 7th April, Rotary International honored six members who are building the foundations of good health at home and abroad. Mohan is one of the honorees. Mohan is the Charter President of Rotary Bangalore Prime, RI Dist 3190. He was invited to join Rotary in the year 2005-06.
He is a survivor of Tsunami, Earthquake in Kathmandu and Corona.  

Harry Wong

Associate Member, Asian Association for Pediatric and Congenital Heart Surgery
Member, Rotary Action Group for Peace (RAGFP)
Honorary Member, Rotary Club of Kunming
China Consultant, Alliance for Smiles
Service Projects Chair 2019-2022, Rotary Club of Suzhou
Treasurer 2019-2021, Rotary Club of Suzhou
Membership Chair 2018-2019,Rotary Club of Suzhou
Membership Chair 2017-2018, Rotary China
Deputy Service Projects Chair 2017-2018, Rotary China
Member, Rotary Action Group for Peace (RAGFP)
Honorary Member, Rotary Club of Kunming
Charter Member and Past President, Rotary Club of Hangzhou
Community Service Chair 2000-2002, Rotary Club of Shanghai Provisional (Gift of Life project setup in 2001) 
See the Projects page for a overview of the the Wonderful Mr Wong's involvement
in club and District projects

Edwin Ochomo

Rtn. Edwin is a public health specialist and currently a PhD student at Maseno University, Kenya specializing in Epidemiology.
He also holds a Masters of Public Health in Epidemiology and Population Health degree from Maseno University and Bachelor’s degree in Microbiology from Moi University.
Edwin is passionate about population health and finding community-based health solutions.
Rtn. Edwin O. Ochomo, BSc.
President-Elect - 2021/2022 Rotary Club of Kisumu
Past ADRR - Western Region, Kenya
Past President - Rotaract Club of Kisumu

Andrew Janikowski

Dr. Janikowski is a semi-retired family doctor living in Picton, Canada. During his career, he ran a family practice in Picton, was an anaesthetist at the local hospital as well as working in the emergency department and serving as a local coroner. He is now retired from medicine in Ontario but still works part time in the far north of Canada in Nunavut. Until recently, he also worked part time for the cruise line industry for companies such as Holland America, Windstar, Quark Expeditions and National Geographic.
He is a long standing member of the Rotary Club of Picton, Ontario, Canada and has been involved with Rotary on the local, district and international levels since joining in 1988.

Sadiq Hasan

I am a physician working in the field of psychiatry. I am an Assistant Professor (adjunct) of Psychiatry at McMaster University, Ontario, Canada. I have over 35 years of experience in mental health.
I have been an active member of Amnesty International for over 30 years, I have travelled all over the world and am a history buff.
I enjoy learning about different cultures and their practices.