Michael Nsiah from the Sunyani Central Rotary Club urged Walter Hughes and Jim Niquette to consider Buruli Ulcer as the next effort disease to tackle. He told us that Buruli Ulcer was a flesh eating disease that impacted his home town near Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. We didn't know much about Buruli Ulcer, but we were willing to learn. We raised funds for two Rotary humanitarian grants that dig new wells, repair wells, and provide support for people suffering from Buruli Ulcer Disease. Buruli Ulcer is in the same family as leprosy and tuberculosis. It is found primarily in swampy areas of southern West Africa. The cause of Buruli Ulcer is unknown, but strides are being made. Our matching grants help to find people with Buruli Ulcer early in the first stage of the disease.