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Friendship exchange program: 50 Rotarians visit Uganda


The Rotary District 9213 on Wednesday hosted 50 Rotarians from the Rotary District 3232 from India in Historic Friendship Exchange Kampala.
The visitors have been here since September 4 and will complete their visit today September 7.

The event took place at Kabila Country Club in Kampala under the stewardship of its District Governor Edward Kakembo Nsubuga.

Speaking at the event, Mr. Kakembo said that this remarkable international exchange initiative unites Rotary members and friends, offering them a unique opportunity to open their hearts and homes to one another, transcending boundaries and Rotary affiliations.

The hosting Rotary Club for this momentous event is the Rotary Club of Kiwatule.

Speaking at the event, District Governor Aki Ravi Ramon of District 3232 graciously agreed to collaborate with Rotary clubs in District 9213, by launching a series of impactful community projects that will span across their districts.

This partnership, the Rotary leadership said symbolizes the unwavering commitment of like-minded individuals to serve their communities and make a difference.

“This Friendship Exchange serves as a testament to the enduring bonds formed through Rotary. In reciprocation, Ugandan Rotarians will embark on a similar Friendship Exchange to India, further strengthening these international ties,”

The 50 visiting Rotarians had the opportunity to witness and partake in various community projects in both Uganda and India.

This collaborative approach ensures that these projects reach their full potential, benefiting communities on a global scale.

“District 9213 is honored to play host to 50 distinguished guests from District 3232 in India, including their esteemed District Governor, Ravi Ramon,” Mr. Kakembo said.

Who are Rotary District 9213?
Rotary District 9213 is part of Rotary International, a global network of dedicated individuals united in their commitment to making positive, lasting change in their communities and the world.

With over 120 Rotary Clubs and 115 Rotaract Clubs, District 9213 serves Northern, mid-western, Eastern, and part of central Uganda, harnessing the power of service to address pressing social issues and create a brighter future.

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