October 24 is World Polio Day when we celebrate the birthday of the Jonas Salk the inventor of the polio vaccine and reaffirm our commitment to ending polio.
November 10th 2018 was a big day for Africa because Rotary and the UN came together celebrate its youth.
Our goals are within our reach, because we have achieved some of them before, and they are also stretch goals that call for innovative thinking.
Rotary is the most respected volunteer organisation globally because its members continue to dream big and bring their best to the table
Rotary’s evangelical role is aimed at getting the world to sing from the same hymn sheet because the biggest funds are raised from countries that haven’t seen polio for decades
You’ve got to know people in order to succeed in business and that is why networking is critical.
We have a superior pedigree in Rotary passed down to us by exceptional leaders with genuine inspiration.
While looking at Rotary’s growth and impact, Constantine the Great offers rare inspiration for a modern world.
NGOs in Africa face several problems but they must build relevance, relationships and reputation if they intend to have long term impact.
When Rotary and the Global Polio Eradication Initiative partners eradicate polio, not only will we secure our place in history but we will have saved the lives of billions of children.