Highlights from the October 2022 Rotary International Board of Directors Meeting

Highlights Oct22- Board.pdf


Highlights from the October 2022 Rotary Foundation Trustees Meeting

Highlights Oct22 - Trustees.pdf

M I N U T E S of the AUGUST 2022 RI BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING

Minutes - August 2022 Board_FINAL.pdf

2022 Council on Resolutions

The resolutions (requests to the RI Board or The Rotary Foundation Trustees to take an action that is outside the scope of the constitutional documents) for the 2022 Council on Resolutions have been transmitted and published.

Resolutions are available for all Rotarians to read here:

Council members (your district's COL representative) may submit comments on resolutions from 30 September to 9 October. The voting (by your district's COL representative only) period starts 17 October and ends 1 November.

Rotary International will publish the voting results by 5 November.

M I N U T E S of the JULY 2022 RI BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING

Minutes - July 2022 Board Meeting - FINAL.pdf

M I N U T E S of the JUNE 2022 ROTARY FOUNDATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING

Minutes - June 2022 Trustees Meeting_FINAL.pdf

Rotary and the World Health Organization (WHO) are organizing a meeting at WHO headquarters in Geneva on October 21-22, 2022

The Rotary Foundation's areas of focus concentrate the efforts of each of us to strengthen the impact of our projects locally and globally. One of these areas is «mother and child health»


Rotary and the World Health Organization (WHO) are organizing a meeting at WHO headquarters in Geneva on October 21-22, 2022, to address this issue.


WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and Rotary International President for 2022-2023 Jennifer Jones will discuss the work the two organizations have done together for decades to eradicate polio and how they will continue to work together on a healthier future for mothers and children. Experts in polio, vaccines, and maternal and child health will present the many opportunities for children who have been saved from polio and, along with their mothers, other vaccine-preventable diseases, to benefit from the preventive and life-saving services associated with it. This will allow mothers to have a positive pregnancy experience and young children to reach their full developmental potential.


The website to register is: www.rotarymch.ch. It might be a good idea to register quickly, because the number of places is limited.

If you’re unable to travel to Geneva to attend in person, it will be possible to follow the conference via social media.


Best regards,

Lena