International Service

Rotary International Exchange Student Application

Temecula Rotary is looking for a local high school student who would like to spend the 2015-16 school year studying abroad as a Rotary International Exchange Student. Choose from countries in Europe, Asia, and South America. See pre-application here for more information (click for PDF). Hurry! Deadline to indicate interest is Jan. 31.


Rotary Friday Clinic and Diabetic Center

Rotary Friday clinic and diabetic center is one of the prestigious projects of Rotary club of Khulna North.  Physicians are attending every Friday from 7:30am to 12:00pm.  Pathology section collects blood and urine from diabetic patients.  And after blood r/e, urine r/e test, we have been giving prescriptions (to 70 to 80 patients weekly) through Physicians.   At present, the total numbers of permanent diabetic patients are 1502.  In case of a very poor patient, essential medicines are also free.  Three Rotarians and 3 to 6 Rotaractors are directly involved and other members of the club have given support for smooth running of the Rotary clinic and diabetic center.

Rtn. Sk. Abdul Hadi
President: 1991-92 & 2004-05
Rotary Club of Khulna North


District Conference 2014, RI District 3281

Reported by:

Rtn. Sk. Abdul Hadi
President: 1991-92 & 2004-05
Rotary Club of Khulna North

I attended the District Conference 2014, RID-3281 at BCC, Dhaka on 21 - 22 March 2014.  PDG Debasish Mitra and his spouse Papia Mitra represented RI President Ron D. Burton & First Lady Jetta Burton.   Emeritus Professor Anisuzzaman was the Chief Guest.  The number of total participants was about 1600. 

A Daily Newspaper Supplement was brought out with the message from The President of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, R I President, Chief Guest and some Rotary dignitaries. There were 15 Plenary Sessions in two days' program between 9.00 am to 10 pm.  Tea/Coffee, Juice, Soup, Snacks, Lunch and Dinner were served.  The ceremony ended with Cultural Program and Raffle Draw.



Rotary Youth Exchange

Making a world of difference

As a Rotary Youth Exchange student, you’ll spend up to a year living with a few host families and attending school in a different country. (CLICK IMAGES FOR ENLARGED VIEW)

Whether you participate in Rotary’s long-term or short-term Youth Exchange programs, you’ll learn a new way of living, a great deal about yourself, and maybe even a new language. You’ll also be an ambassador, teaching people you meet about your country, culture, and ideas. You can help bring the world closer – and make some good friends in the process.

More than 8,000 young people each year have experiences like these through Rotary Youth Exchange. It’s the opportunity of a lifetime. Are you ready for it?

How it works

Rotary Youth Exchange is open to young people ages 15-25 worldwide.


Rotary Club awarded clean water fund grant

August 8, 2013 by bicolmail 

NAGA CITY — The Rotary Club of Metro Naga D-3820 is the recipient of a $6,425.00 matching grant from the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International in support of their advocacy for clean water.
The Rotary Club of Temecula and Rotary Club of San Bernardino Sunset  D-5330 raised $3,500.00,which was matched by the Rotary Foundation.  The Rotary Club of Temecula will coordinate the project internationally in partnership with the Rotary Club of Metro Naga.
The initiative of Donna Gandhi Clean Water Liaison Officer of the Rotary Club of Temecula , Rachel Mason President of RC Temecula, and DGSC Kent Demuth  D 5330 were key factors in awarding the grant to the Rotary Club of Metro Naga.

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Rotary Avenues of Service

Rotary’s commitment to Service Above Self is channeled through five Avenues of Service, which form the foundation of Rotary.

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New Generations Service recognizes the positive change implemented by youth and young adults through leadership development activities such as RYLA, Rotaract and Interact club service projects, and creating international understanding with Rotary Youth Exchange.

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