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IMPACT T H E G LO B E 2 0 1 6 INDIA A unique single-day denture camp was held by the A.B. Shetty Memorial Institute of Dental Sciences in association with the International College of Dentists at Indraprastha Vidyalaya at Uppinangady a rural area about 50 kilometers from Mangalore City. Forty-nine deserving and pre-screened individuals received full dentures by a team of 40 doctors 20 residents and 16 technicians. This was a one-of-a-kind public service initiative conceptualized by both institutions over the years and the first single-day denture camp was held in 1987 incidentally at this very village. A Mega Dental Treatment Camp was also held on the same day. About 569 patients were screened treated and given oral health education about different oral hygiene aids oral hygiene practices and harmful effects of oral habits. Oral prophylaxis extractions and restorations were also performed. Medicines and oral hygiene kits were distributed free to the patients. MYANMAR Myanmar Section performed a humanitarian project at Kyiek Wine Orphanage School on World Oral Health Day held in March by providing tooth brushes and tooth pastes to the children. Fellows demonstrated toothbrushing techniques and provided oral health education to the public together with a poster presentation. TAIPEI ICD Section XII Chinese Taipei in collaboration with Taipei-Tokyo- Seoul Rotary International gave a community oral service to the disabled children of the First Children Welfare Foundation in Taipei City Taiwan. The First Childrens Development Centre was established in Taipei City in 1980 in response to the increasing need of quality care and training services for developmentally disabled children in Taiwan island-wide. There now exists seven development centers and one group home to about every 800 disabled persons of various types and different age levels. Led by Taiwan President Dr. Ying-Kwei Tseng wearing mask Section XII had more than 20 Fellows involved in the community mission. Thanks to President Tsengs efforts an amount of US 12000 was also donated to the Foundation by Taipei-Tokyo-Seoul Rotary International. The director teachers parents and students of the First Children Welfare Foundation are grateful for the services and the donations received. India Myanmar Taipei Journal of the International College of Dentists 2 7