By Philippe Cohen, Treasurer of Rotary Club of Moscow International, Russia and Coordinator of the 13th Multi-Club Workshop Dear Rotary friends, It gives me great pleasure to invite you to the 13th edition of the Multi-Club Workshop (MCW), which will be held from 3 to 8 September in Moscow, Russia. The 13th MCW is coordinated … More Attend the Multi-Club Workshop in Moscow
By Azka Asif, Rotary Service and Engagement Staff Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to attend the Uniendo America Project Fair. Uniendo America is the original project fair, started 25 years ago by Rotarians from the United States and Central America to support projects in Central America. The annual event, organized by Districts 4240 … More A look inside the Uniendo America Project Fair
By Leonardo de Angelis, Member of Rotary Club Ravenna, Italy and Coordinator of the Multi-Club Workshop The 12th Multi-Club Workshop (MCW) in Italy brought together over 200 Rotary members representing 72 clubs from eight districts across six countries. Each year, the Multi-Club Workshop brings together members to propose and plan projects to implement together, while … More Rotary members gathered in Italy for the 12th Multi-Club Workshop
By Abdul Hamid El Awa, 2018-19 District 2451 Governor Fellow Rotarians, It gives me great pleasure and honor to invite you to the first project fair to be hosted in Egypt, 1-2 December 2018 in the spectacular city of Cairo. The region’s first project fair will bring together Rotarians from two African and one Middle … More Join us in Egypt for the first ever Middle East – North Africa Project Fair
By Leonardo de Angelis, Member of Rotary Club Ravenna, Italy and Coordinator of the Multi-Club Workshop In 2007, the Rotary clubs of Ravenna in Italy and Stockholm Strand in Sweden decided to meet in Stockholm with other clubs to plan projects they could implement together while promoting fellowship and experiencing a new culture. They called … More Attend the 12th Multi-Club Workshop in Matera, Italy
By Leonardo de Angelis, Founder and Coordinator of the Multi-Club Workshop This past September, 47 Rotarians, partners and relatives representing 20 clubs, seven districts and six countries arrived in London for the 11th Multi-Club Workshop. The Multi-Club Workshop annually gathers representatives from various participating Rotary clubs to propose and plan projects they could implement together, while promoting fellowship … More The 11th Multi-Club Workshop brings together members to support communities in need
By Marcello A. Blake, Co-Chair of 2018 Uniendo America Project Fair Greetings from Belize! On behalf of Districts 4240 and 4250, we would like to invite you to Uniendo America Project Fair 2018 to be held in Belize City, from January 25 to 27, 2018. Project fairs are the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in … More Attend the Uniendo America Project Fair in Belize
By Rotary Service and Engagement staff While we join Rotary for many varied reasons, we remain part of the family because of the value it adds to our lives. However we choose to serve, we do so because we know our service makes a difference in the lives of others and we remain engaged largely … More How are you Making a Difference?
By Sergio Santi, Past Chair of the International Yachting Fellowship of Rotarians After chartering three fleets of International Yachting Fellowship of Rotarians (IYFR) in Africa, I discovered many Africans were drowning in lakes and seawaters. In Kenya, after tourism, fishing is the second economic resource. Thousands of fishermen and families live on the fishing industry. … More Rotarian yachting enthusiasts sail into service
By Chelsea Mertz, Rotary Service Connections staff Rotary discussion groups offer a place for Rotarians, Rotaractors, Rotary Peace Fellows, and alumni to share their experiences and ideas with members of the Rotary family from around the world. Experts from the Rotary Foundation Cadre of Technical Advisers, a group of volunteer Rotarians who provide technical expertise and advice … More Talk with area of focus experts in Rotary discussion groups!