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Rotary Weekly
6 December 2019 A roundup of Rotary news
Sustainability: what worked and what didn't
Last summer, representatives of the 10-year-old Rotary-USAID water and sanitation partnership toured some of the communities where projects had been implemented. As is the case globally, some of the projects were successful and some were failures. Most were somewhere in between. In the December issue of The Rotarian, we look at what worked, what didn’t, and why.
This week's stories
The value of volunteering

A special report prepared for Rotary International by the Johns Hopkins Center for Civil Society Studies estimated the value of Rotary member volunteer hours at $850 million a year.

Selma Rotary Club embraces diversity

A top priority for Rotary is growing and diversifying our membership to make sure we reflect the communities we serve and are inclusive of all cultures, experiences, and identities. Diversity is what attracted Jerria Martin to join the Rotary Club of Selma, Alabama, USA. Read how her club fosters diversity and inclusion in her blog post for Rotary Voices.

2021-23 RI director nominees
RI President Mark Maloney has declared the  candidates for the 2021-23 Board of Directors.
Rotaract policy changes, what you should know
In October 2019, the RI Board of Directors made several changes to the policies related to Rotaract, which were recommended by the Elevate Rotaract Task Force.

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