- Rotarians Carol Metzker of the United States, and Kathleen Boohene of Ghana, examine the vines growing on a tree at the Aburi Botanical Gardens during Metzker’s Rotary Friendship Exchange to Ghana. Photo courtesy of Carol Metzker
- Among the many sites they visited was a fishing village. “The poorest of the poor were there repairing wooden fishing boats and mending fishing nets,” says Metzker. “There was a crude facility and an open sewer that served as toilets for the villagers.
- It was clear why Rotary’s work is so vital.”
- Participating in a Friendship Exchange also is an ideal way to celebrate World Understanding and Peace Day on 23 February, Rotary’s anniversary.
- And Rotarians now have a new resource to help locate an exchange destination.
- The RFE Matching Board provides a forum for districts to publicize exchange opportunities in their regions.
- Launched in August, this Web-based publication is updated quarterly