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Rotary at a Glance
Rotary at a Glance
Below are interesting facts that summarize Rotary’s local and international impact.
ROTARY AT A GLANCE
Rotary brings together
network of volunteers who dedicate their time and
talent to tackle the world’s most pressing humanitarian challenges. Rotary connects 1.2 million members from more
than 200 countries
and geographical areas. Their work impacts
lives at both the local and international levels, from helping
families in need
in their own communities to working toward a polio-free world.
Rotary also offers expanded service opportunities including:
Interact: a service
organization organized and sponsored
by Rotary clubs for young adults aged 12-18. There are more than 12,300 Interact
clubs in 133 countries.
organized by Rotary clubs to promote
leadership, professional development, and service
among young adults aged 18-30. There are more than 8,000 Rotaract
clubs in 167 countries.
Rotary Community Corps (RCCs): groups of non-Rotary members who work to improve their communities. There are more than 7,500 RCCs in 80 countries, all organized and sponsored by Rotary
Who: Rotary brings together the kind of people who step forward
to take on important issues for local communities worldwide. Rotary members hail from a range of professional backgrounds; doctors, artists,
small business owners and executives all call themselves Rotarians. Rotary connects these unique
perspectives, and it helps leverage its members’ expertise to improve lives everywhere.
Where: From Haiti and Greenland to Nigeria and Singapore, Rotary unites a truly diverse
set of leaders
from across the world. Currently, the largest
number of clubs comes from the United States, India, Japan and Brazil.
The fastest growing Rotary regions include Southeast Asia and Africa.
What: Rotarians contribute their time, energy and passion to sustainable, long-term
projects in local communities across the globe. Projects focus on important
issues like peace and conflict resolution, disease prevention and treatment, water and sanitation, maternal and child health,
basic education and literacy and economic
and community development.
Polio Eradication Rotary is close to eliminating the second
human disease in history
with a 99.9 percent reduction in polio cases worldwide since 1985, when Rotary
launched its PolioPlus program. In 1988, Rotary spearheaded the creation
of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative with the World Health Organization, UNICEF and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Polio eradication remains Rotary’s top priority.
To date, Rotary has contributed more than US$1.7 billion and countless
volunteer hours to help immunize
more than two billion children
against polio in 122 countries. Rotary will raise $50 million
per year over the next three years, with every dollar
to be matched with two additional dollars from the Bill & Melinda Gates FoundationRequest a Makeup Confirmation