Rotary International District 3020

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Welcome To Rotary District 3020

Nestled between eastern ghats and Bay of Bengal on the south east coast of India, Rotary International District 3020 is a little paradise on earth and is home to 3000 Rotarians. Please stop by at any of our 70 clubs, if you are passing through the area. The south east coast of India where our district is located is a verdant stretch of unparalled beauty and inhabited by people of exceptional entrepreneurial spirit.The paddy fields and fisheries in the rural hinterland and the vibrant metropolises of Vizag and Vijayawada bear testimony to this great spirit.

District Governor Message

The year 2014 – 15 promises to be one of great excitement and accomplishment. The promise arrives out of my reading of the extraordinary potential the Club Leaders – Presidents, Secretaries and other officers of clubs like yours - have so clearly exhibited at the various events of the training cycle.

As you start the journey of this great adventure of leading a Rotary club let me also remind you of our commitment to certain avowed goals that we set for ourselves for the year 2014-15. The prominent ones among the goals that we worked to establish are the Happy Villages; T.E.A.C.H mission; Major Community Initiatives; Massive Tree Plantation; Free Surgeries to the Poor; New Clubs; New Rotaract, Interact and RCCs; a District Conference that will be remembered forever and each Rotarian supporting the Rotary Foundation. Keep Reading


R I President’s Message

I find many traditional Chinese values reflected in Rotary: values of service and responsibility, of respect for family and for others. Sometimes I call Confucius the world's first Rotarian, because even though he died 2,500 years before Rotary was founded, his ideas are very much Rotary ideas. And one of the things he said was: 與其抱怨,不如改變. In English, you say, "It is better to light a single candle than to sit and curse the darkness." I think that one line sums up the way we in Rotary approach the problems of the world. There is so much difficulty. There are so many people who need help. Many people look at this and say, "There is nothing I can do." So they do nothing -- and nothing changes. Keep Reading