Pollinators are essential to our daily life. Around the world, an estimated 80 percent of all flowering plant species and over one-third of our food is dependent upon or benefited by animal pollinators. Bees, birds, butterflies, beetles, bats, ladybugs and other insects, small mammals, and even reptiles that pollinate plants are responsible for bringing us one out of every three bites of food. They also sustain our ecosystems and produce our natural resources by helping plants reproduce.
The 21st century world calls for new forms of leadership. The Rotarian 10-4 Peace Team has identified peace leadership as a viable approach to the world's most pressing challenges. Rotary's youth network, including Rotaractors, Interactors, and Rotary Peace Fellows, can play a strategic role in Rotarian peace leadership.
This program increases the inclusion of children with autism, learning differences, and trauma-related behavioral challenges in the classrooms, homes and community in Gaziantep, Turkey.
On Wednesday, May 24, 2017 at 12:00 P.M., the Rotary Club of Jasper will dedicate our Peace Pole. The dedication ceremony will be held at Rotary Peace Park located behind the Boys and Girls Club of Jasper. The GPS address is 101 Freedom Way, Jasper, Georgia. One of Rotary Internationals primary areas of focus is
Solutionary Peace Walk & Festival is a celebration for PEACEing people and communities back together! Featuring peace walk, healthy food, eco-friendly exhibitors, live music, speakers, yoga, trivia, and kids' zone!
The Cyprus Friendship Program (CFP) is an all-volunteer people-to-people program that focuses on fostering trust and understanding through interactions between Turkish and Greek-speaking Cypriots in Cyprus. CFP is not affiliated with any governmental, political, or religious organization. It takes no position on any proposed political approaches toward the future of Cyprus. Rather, it is based
A PEACE CONFERENCE FOR ALL. . .JOIN US! The World Peace Conference 2017 will be held on March 31- April 1, 2017 at the Michigan League on the campus of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. The goal of the peace conference is to empower community leaders, Rotarians, youth and others to promote and
Project Title Strengthening Women’s Capacity for Peacebuilding though training Project Description International Training Institute Strengthening Women Peacebuilders: Bogota, Colombia March 2017 and January 2018 - with video conference coaching sessions monthly for trainees with trainers Host Club: - Bogota Capital, District 4281, International Club - Latinos Unidos, District 5280 Global Grant Title: Strengthening Women’s Capacity
Rotary District 5100 celebrates 100 Peace Poles planting on Friday, April 21, 2017
Host Rotary Clubs in Colombia: 1- Bogotá – Centenario Site: Bogotá, Chapinero locality: San Isidro-Patios (On the way to La Calera) Why do we want to teach pacific coexistence and to strengthen social development, through art, in Colombia? Because the country has suffered many years of armed conflict and violence. This has particularly compromised the youngsters´