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From the January 2016 issue of The Rotarian

With more than 25 million people living in and around Seoul, you might think it will be difficult to find green space when you’re visiting for the 2... Read more


From the January 2016 issue of The Rotarian

Michael Scannell, a small-business consultant and past president of the Rotary Club of North Reading, Mass., is a lifelong wheelchair user, and he’s... Read more


From the January 2016 issue of The Rotarian

In 2008, Kenton Lee was a new college graduate volunteering at an orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya, when he noticed how many children were barefoot or we... Read more


Though the media tends to focus on underdeveloped countries when the subject is hunger, food scarcity is also a problem in the United States.

Consider parts of Missouri, where one of every six people goes hungry, according to the Food Bank... Read more


The common perception of the physically disabled throughout Mexico was that they are incapable of being productive members of society. Unable to work or provide for their families, they face discrimination, must be taken care of, and are kept at h... Read more


From the November 2015 issue of The Rotarian

When Camilla McGill planned her first visit to India about 10 years ago, she couldn’t have known how quickly – nor how painfully – she’d learn one... Read more


The impact of an HIV/AIDS vocational training project in Liberia can be assessed by the ultimate measure: life itself.

“There are children of HIV mothers living today who would not have seen their first birthdays [without the training],” sa... Read more