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From the 1st MCW held in Stockholm in 2007 to the 13th MCW held at Moscow in 2019, more than 900 Rotarians and relatives have met, spent some nice moments together and promoted many humanitarian projects which 34 of have been completed or are under completion Continue...
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18th April 2020 – Contribution of RC Moscow International to the Community of Romagna
The Board of Directors of RC Moscow International has decided to donate 1,000 euros to the project that RC Ravenna intends to carry out to help the Romagna community in the fight against the Corona Virus (Cod-19). RC Ravenna and 5 other clubs in the Romagna Nord area will donate 102 tablets to 16 residences for older people operating in Castel Bolognese, Faenza, Imola, Lugo and Ravenna. The value of this project is approximately 15,500 euros.
The use of the tablet will allow visual and vocal contact between the said people and their loved ones, thereby reducing the deep sense of loneliness and abandonment caused by isolation and distance, returning their affection, warmth and closeness. Once the emergency has passed, this tool will also facilitate relationships and communication both inside and outside the facilities, allowing, for example, quick consultations between doctors of different specialities or with other health care facilities.
April 16, 2020 – New programming of the 14th Multi-Club Workshop
Due to the Pandemic Cod-19 resulting in a blockade of all social activities, it is not possible to confirm the program of the 14th MCW scheduled for 23-27 September 2020 in Venice and Padua.
According to Diego Vianello, DGE 2020-2021 of D 2060 (Tri-Veneto) and with Toni Beccegato, PE 2020-2021 of RC Venezia, we have agreed to postpone the 14th MCW to March 2021. We hope to be able to communicate the new MCW programme by next July.
24 March 2020 – UBUNTU Project Approved
The Rotary Foundation has approved the UBUNTU Project to develop power generation with low-cost photovoltaic systems in Burundi. This project, valued at approximately US 64,000 USD, was presented by RC Parma Est at the 12th MCW which took place on 8 September 2018 in Matera. Six projects of the 8 ones presented in Matera are in the process of being implemented or already implemented. The total value of these 6 projects is approximately US 387,000 USD.
1st February 2020 – Evanston – Programs of scale grants
The Rotary Support Center informed us that The Rotary Foundation will award one grant of $2 million each year in a competitive process that requires a proposal and an application. Applicants should be prepared to include a fully developed and highly sophisticated project design, as well as include baseline data and plans for monitoring and evaluation. The Rotary clubs or districts with the strongest proposals will be invited to submit applications, which will include comprehensive details about the project. The project should involve activities that have proved to be successful elsewhere. Partner organizations can complete the proposal and application along with the Rotary club or district. Incomplete proposals and applications will not be considered. To get started, download the proposal and application guidelines. Read the terms and conditions and submit your proposal online.
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: