February is Peace Month for Rotary. Rotary has always played an important part if helping to bring Peace to the world.
Rotary International played an important part in raising interest in an organization for Peace. Eleven Rotarians were invited to act as consultants to delegation from the United States. Other Rotarians attending were representing their countries as well as consultants from other nations.
Rotary International was recognized for the practical part its members played and will continue to play in the understanding of peace among nations.
Rotary International and United Nations continue serve as examples to promote peace, world development and health.
Today Rotary holds the highest consultative status offered to an non-governmental organization by the UN's economic and Social Council. The Rotary Representative Network maintains and furthers its relationship with several UN programs, commissions and agencies.
Rotary Peace Centers ,started in 2002, have trained more than 1,300 fellows who now work in more than 115 countries. many serve as leaders in governments, NGO's, the military, education, law enforcement and international organizations such as the UN and World Bank.
Peace and Service go hand and hand. Every service Rotarians renderers helps to bring peace to the world.
Join us helping to bring peace to the world through service.
Jane E. Anthony, ARM, CPIW