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Rotary Action Groups

A Rotarian Action Group is an autonomous group of Rotarians, family members, program participants and alumni who are experts in a particular field, such as microcredit or water and sanitation. Group members share their expertise by collaborating with clubs and districts on service projects.

To start a group, you need at least fifty prospective members representing at least five countries. Prospective groups are reviewed by the RI Board of Directors. Contact for help with your proposal.

Visit the website of the relevant Rotarian Action Group to learn more:

Addiction Prevention AIDS and Family Health Alzheimer’s and Dementia Blindness Prevention Blood Donation Clubfoot Diabetes Disaster Assistance Domestic Violence Prevention Endangered Species Environmental Sustainability Food Plant Solutions Health Education and Wellness Hearing

Hepatitis Literacy Malaria Mental Health Microfinance & Community Development Multiple Sclerosis Peace Polio Survivors and Associates Population and Development Preconception Care Slavery Prevention (image, above, is from a seminar the Slavery Prevention RAG organized in 2016) Water and Sanitation


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