Rotary Action Groups
Rotary Action Groups are independent Rotary-affiliated groups made up of members from around the world. You work autonomously in a department. Members have expertise in a specific area or have a keen interest in a topic such as: B. economic development, peace, addiction prevention, environmental protection or water.
Rotary action groups form networks to pool expertise and support projects and initiatives. They work with clubs and districts to do this. Action groups can also help clubs prepare grant applications, conduct community needs assessments, raise funds, and develop monitoring and evaluation plans.
In this sense, RAGs are directly aligned with the Rotarian Statregie to strengthen our impact worldwide. You can find out more about the service activities of the groups in the annual report Rotary Action Groups Annual Report .