|How a Rotary member is addressing educational inequality on her home turf|
Deepa Willingham established a learning center in poverty stricken Piyali, India to provide a better future for girls
|Disease detectives: In a public health crisis, contact tracers are on the case|
Contact tracing has been a cornerstone of public health for much of the past century, even before the novel coronavirus.
|Major achievement focus of Rotary's World Polio Day event|
Rotary’s World Polio Day Online Global Update on 24 October hails this year’s historic achievement in polio eradication.
|History: Rotary becomes intercontinental|
Rotary HistoryRotary becomes intercontinentalOn 1 August 1912, the Rotary Club of London, Greater London, England, became the first Rotary club in Europe. Although
|How Rotary is alleviating the effects of isolation during COVID-19|
Throughout the pandemic, members are discovering ways to connect, cope, and care for each other and people in the communities they serve.
|For true economic development, women are essential|
Here’s why these organizations and their Rotary club partners are supporting local women’s entrepreneurship with financial literacy, small business loans, and one-on-one advisors.
|A hurricane force in every phase of Rotary life|
This Bahamian Rotarian has been a whirlwind of energy since he began volunteering in high school.
|Alleviating an environmental crisis in Mongolia|
Alleviating an environmental crisis in MongoliaRotary Peace Fellow builds consensus among goat herders to help them earn a decent wage, protect
|For love of alma mater|
For love of alma materWhen Rotary Scholar Chen Lin learned Kobe University in Japan was facing a COVID-19 related mask shortage, he united other alumni to
|Using cross-cultural skills to protect public health|
Using cross-cultural skills to protect public healthRotary Peace Fellow leads teams that screen travelers in Taiwan to prevent the spread of
|Securing medical care for homeless people|
Securing medical care for homeless peopleA Rotary Peace Fellow uses her fellowship background and medical training to ensure that needs don’t get overlooked during the COVID-19
|Rotary Youth Exchange: Your passport to adventure|
Youth Exchange students often say their experience abroad was the best time of their lives. Being part of the program can be life-changing for Rotary members as well
|First woman confirmed as Rotary president-nominee|
First woman confirmed as Rotary president-nominee EVANSTON, Ill. (October 1, 2020) — Jennifer
|Educating in a pandemic and beyond|
Facing the challenges of COVID-19, Rotary clubs and partner organizations are finding new ways to support access to education.
|Rotarian Tunji Funsho named one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People in the world|
TIME 100 recognized Funsho for his instrumental leadership and work with Rotary members and partners to achieve the eradication of wild polio in the African region.
|Jennifer E. Jones makes history, becomes first woman named Rotary president-nominee|
Jennifer Jones, of the Rotary Club of Windsor-Roseland, Ontario, Canada, is the selection of the Nominating Committee for President of Rotary International for 2022-23.
|Clubs made to order|
These clubs keep things fresh with new ideas and new members.
|The world stopped. They didn’t|
These 10 workers put service above self when it counted most
|Nigerian physician Dr. Tunji Funsho named one of TIME’s Most Influential People in the world|
Nigerian physician Dr. Tunji Funsho named one of TIME’s Most Influential People in the world
|Supporting the environment becomes a new area of focus|
The Rotary Foundation Trustees and RI Board of Directors have added a new area of focus: supporting the environment.