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Multi-Club Workshop (MCW) is an annual event held in a town where international Rotarians, relatives and friends meet to promote the implementation of some humanitarian projects in several countries.   Each MCW spans  Continue...

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3rd November 2019 – Visit to CUAMM – Doctors for Africa - Padua

A delegation of 4 Rotarians, engaged in the organization of the Multi-Club Workshop, visited the headquarters of CUAMM (University College Aspiring Missionary Physicians) – Doctors for Africa. This body, one of the most important Italian humanitarian organizations, has been very active for about 60 years in Africa. The subject of the visit was a contact to get to know each other and discuss how to set up a project for the Hospital of Freetown (Sierra Leone) run by CUAMM. This project will be presented at the seminar on Saturday 26 September 2020 which will take place in Padua, European Capital of Volunteering in 2020. In addition to the broad definition of the project, the generous reception of CUAMM's leaders has strengthened the common desire to start a very fruitful collaboration for "Doing Good in the World".

12-15 September 2019 – The Project Alzheimer (GG1985339) was presented to the citizens of Cesena, Italy

On September 12th at 5 p.m., at the “Palazzo Ridotto”, in a packed room (over 200 attendances), Rotary presented its Alzheimer's Project. The event was jointly managed by RC Cesena and RC Valle del Savio on whose territories the project develops: providing equipment that supports software for cognitive stimulation to residences that house people with dementia and training for the " caregivers."

Two Rotarians from RC Dunwoody (Atlanta), the project's International Partner, participated in the events: Louise Barden (Primary International Contact) and her husband Ron, treasurer of Club Dunwoody.

On September 13th, 8.30 pm, a convivial inter-club was held between the RC Cesena and Valle Savio. The guests of honour were Louise and Ron who were handed the “Malatestian Elephant”, symbol of the City of Cesena and the Rotary Club Cesena.

On September 15th, all day: Louise and Ron followed the Alzheimer's Marathon in the stretch from Cesena to Cesenatico. More than 7,000 runners and about 700 support volunteers take part in the marathon.

Some pictures of this presentation are attached in the section other events.

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19th November 2019 – Evanston, Chicago

The Rotary Service and Engagement published on its blog our post on the 13th Multi-Club Workshop held last 3-8 September at Moscow. More than 50,000 Rotarians in the world have access to this blog. The link to the said live post is the following:

https://rotaryserviceblog.org/2019/11/20/creating-partnerships-in-russia-through-the-multi-club-workshop.

 

8th November 2019 – Moscow - Fundraising for “RestartU” project on in the residence of the Ambassador of Austria in the Russian Federation

The RC Moscow International organized in the residence of the Ambassador of Austria in the Russian Federation HE Dr. Johannes Eigner a gala dinner for the benefit of the project “Restart U”, this year in cooperation with the fund “More Than Able”. This fund helps young para-athletes to take part in sport events like marathons, by organizing for them specific training and medical follow-up, and purchasing special wheelchairs designed for racing. The “RestartU” Project was presented at the 13th MCW.

The money raised  enabled us to make a significant step towards the realization of an ambitious goal: create a “support and organization network” in Marathon cities of Russia where Rotary is present, for the participation of para-athletes.

Thanks to that event, RCMI raised 15,000 euros, through the sales of entry tickets, auction of 3 pieces of art, and individual contributions of sponsors.

The motto of Rotary, “Service above self”, has been greatly illustrated by the involvement of people who united for the success of the project, with open minds and hearts