Host a Rotary Youth Exchange student.
Become part of or establish a Youth Exchange committee in your club.
Become involved in or support an international project.
Support or be part of a Vocational Training Team.
Nominate a Rotary Peace Scholar or Ambassadorial Scholar from your community.
Sponsor activities in your community that focus on non-Rotarians to promote nonviolence, human rights, conflict resolutions, and peaceful negotiating.
Support the Rotary Foundation that provides funding for Peace and World Understand projects.
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Message from the Newly formed International Service Committee
Latest Polio Progress Report
We’ve made tremendous progress toward ending polio this year. The World Health Organization declared Nigeria polio-free on September 25 and removed it from the list of polio-endemic countries. This means there are no longer any polio-endemic countries in Africa, and only two endemic countries remain in the world.
As we move forward, we must address ongoing challenges, such as missed children, surveillance quality and low immunization rates in conflict areas. Polio is on track to become the second human disease ever to be eliminated from the world (smallpox is the first), but we must continue our efforts to ensure a polio-free world.
Saturday, February 06, 2015
MEMBERSHIP is a word we seem to have become weary of. We are being told by our District Leaders how important it is to recruit, to retain, and to grow our clubs. We are told to embrace a more diverse membership.
- Inform and orient
It is a simple but complete, comprehensive tool. Local club membership committees could benefit from implementing this excellent tool to recruit new members, to engage existing members, and to ultimately grow their clubs. District Leadership is available to assist you in developing a comprehensive plan that can change the face of your local club. Contact your Assistant Governor for more information. Go MyRotary|Home|Learning & Reference|Learn by Topic|Membership for more ideas on Membership for your club.
As most of you have discovered by now, RI has a new website. It's a two-part site - one for non-Rotarians who want to find out about Rotary, and one for Rotarians. Especially the part for Rotarians is difficult to navigate. RI has finally produced a few video tutorial and here is the link to the one for Rotarians: http://vimeo.com/73963261