About Us

Introduction to Rotary

The 1.4 million members of Rotary International are your friends and neighbors who share a vision of a society where people come together to solve problems and make a difference in the world.

True dedication and foresight are required to resolve actual difficulties. In order to make a difference for the environment, Rotary members have been putting their enthusiasm, creativity, and knowledge to work for almost a century. We are dedicated to achieving our goals of universal literacy and lasting peace, as well as the provision of clean water and good health.

Mission

We provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through our fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.

Vision

Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.

 

Rotary Club of Rajdhani

Rotary Club of Rajdhani was chartered on November 6, 2002 by Rotary International with 55 Charter Members. The Charter President was Rtn.Rajendra Bahadur Shrestha.On February 4, 2015, at the District Administration Office in Kathmandu, Nepal, the Club legally registered under the Organization Registration Act, 2034.

Rotary International's established Themes, Goals, Objectives, and Missions serve as the compass for the Club's activities. The Club's day-to-day operations and service provision are compliant with applicable local laws and with the RI system.

The club has participated in and is still actively involved in numerous humanitarians, educational, health, sanitation, and development projects. The Club's mission is to improve the quality of life for people in Nepal by increasing access to its various services.

We have 43 members in the club now, and we hope to grow that number as we've gotten positive feedback from people all throughout the community.

 

Past Presidents

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Meeting Information

The Club meets every 1st and 3rd Sunday at Hotel Yellow Pagoda in Kathmandu. The club meets at 8.30 am where professionals from diverse background and frequently guests come together to cherish a beautiful and productive friendship.

 

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Committee

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Club History (specification needed)

The world's first service club was founded on 23 February 1905 when lawyer Paul Harris and three friends met in a small office in downtown Chicago. They named their new club "Rotary" to describe the practice of meeting in rotation at the members' various places of business. During the 1911-1912 Rotary year, the association became international. The National Association of Rotary Clubs, which became the International Association of Rotary Clubs in 1912 adopted the name Rotary International (RI) in 1922.  A lot has changed in Rotary since 1922 as it has continued to change and grow with these times to be the thoroughly modern organization it is today.  Learn more about the history of Rotary.

The humanitarian activities of Rotary international are organized through The Rotary Foundation, Rotary's charity.  Rotary International has a number of programs that are not humanitarian but focus on youth and leadership.

Rotary International provides an immense network of clubs and their individual members all of who interact in creating and joining together in service and fellowship.  This is explained in greater detail under the tabs 'What we do' and 'Get involved' but it is worth repeating that individuals as well as clubs can use the Rotary network to fulfill their personal service goals; an example would be volunteering to participate in a Polio National Immunization Day in India.

When Nepal became a member of the international family of Rotarians on April 13, 1959, a new chapter was added to the annals of the Rotary movement. On this date in 1950, the first Nepali Rotary club, the Rotary Club of Kathmandu, was officially chartered.

The growth and professionalism of Rotary kept on growing, the result of what has been the establishment of the Rotary Club of Rajdhani.

 

The heart of a Rotary

 

Our Mission

Through our fellowship of commercial, professional, and community leaders, we help others, promote honesty, and develop understanding, goodwill, and peace around the world.

Our Vision

Together, we envision a world where people come together and act to bring about long-lasting change in the world, our neighborhoods, and ourselves.

We operate differently.

To tackle problems in novel ways, we draw on the expertise of experts from a wide range of fields.

We approach social issues with leadership and experience and come up with original answers because we think differently.

Our drive and tenacity bring about long-lasting change.

Our members can be found in your neighborhood as well as all around the world, and we make a difference at home, across the nation, and ultimately around the world.

 

Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity

The Rotary Club of Rajdhani values diversity and recognizes the contributions of people from all backgrounds, regardless of their age, ethnicity, race, color, abilities, religion, socioeconomic status, culture, sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity. As a global network, Rotary Club of Rajdhani works to create a world where people come together and take action to create lasting change.

Club's aim and scope has widened to include humanitarian aid. The members of the group have a lengthy history of tackling problems in their local communities and at the national and international level.

Together with RI, which was founded in 1979 with an aim to immunize children in the affected nations, we are also making a contribution to the fight against the prevailing irregularities in the society. From education and healthcare to communal events like helping the needy with food and clothes and blood donations, Rotary Club of Rajdhani aspires to become an integral and inclusive member of the world Rotary family.

 

Four-way test

All Rotarians, and ourselves, refer to the following test as "The Four-Way Test," before conducting or supporting any activity, which examines the following: