People of Action
Rotary magazine covers a wide range of fascinating features, exclusive interviews and inspiring human interest stories from across the world of Rotary.
Making a difference in Pune
A Rotary global grant has allowed Welsh Rotary clubs to invest in a hygiene project in the city of Pune.
Feeding the 7,000
John and Chris Philip initiated a project in Tanzania providing schools with the knowledge and resources so breakfast could kick start the day, three times a week. With the help of local teachers, their dream is proving a reality.
A perfect partnership
Bognor Rotary, backed by Extra Cover, enabled children to be collected from rural areas to grasp the opportunity for education.
It’s all pants!
Travelling twice yearly, a group of specialists in their sector have been providing international support for medical services and schools.
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INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Dementia: Why it is Britain's biggest killer
Golden Eboni Lights up Gold Coast
Dolly in Dreamland
Sammi's bid for Games glory
How Hollywood is tackling the issue of polio
December 2017-January 2018
It's Strictly Dementia
Martin Bell: Back on the frontline
The lasting legacy
Feeling the love
Born Free: Saving our Endangered World
December 2016-January 2017
Crazy mad dreamer
Literacy opens the world
The Prince's Trust
The fight against the Zika virus
Facing the Floods
Bringing World Peace to Nations
December 2015-January 2016
Africa Polio free for one year
Helping the Children of Nepal
Out of the dirt and into the classroom
Transforming Lives with Safe Water
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