• Clubs must report their twin-club relationship to the E.R.I.C. by completing the Rotaract Twin Club information form provided by E.R.I.C Rotaract Club of Bharuch R I District 3060 and Rotaract Club of Lilongwe R I District 9210. After determining what type of club would be a suitable game, the next step is to look for a club that meets the set criteria. Below are some ideas for finding a partner: some clubs hold some or all of their meetings online, for members who have a busy schedule, are with reduced mobility, or live in an area without a well-established Rotary Club. Online clubs, sometimes called e-clubs, meet regularly, carry out service projects, support the Rotary Foundation, and make contacts, like any other Rotary Club, without the expenses often associated with a personal meeting. Through Interact clubs, people between the ages of 12 and 18 connect with others in their community or school and get to know the world through service projects and activities. Rotary clubs in the United States have a unique international and professional service through the Open World. In this state-funded program, the clubs host a small delegation of current and future leaders from Russia, Serbia or Ukraine. Clubs prepare a professional program that relates to U.S.

business, community, and citizenship life. • Hold a video conference or web-based club meeting If your Rotaract Club wants to share the details of its successful relationship with the Twin Club, send a brief excerpt (about 500 words) to Rotaract. Be sure to include Rotaract club names, district numbers, and contact information for both clubs. Notification of a Rotaract sister club relationship allows ri to quantify the number of clubs involved, identify the diversity of programs implemented, share information with other Rotaract clubs, and recognize clubs for their performance. Have you moved? Has your schedule changed? We can help you join your old club or find a new one that better fits your location and calendar. Twin Clubs or sister clubs are two clubs from different countries that establish a long-term relationship to promote understanding between peoples and goodwill and carry out service projects in their communities. When looking for a partner, take into account the clubs: after determining the nature of the club that would be a suitable game, the next step is to look for a club that meets the set criteria. Here are some ideas for finding a partner: ♦ Find a partner with the same name as your club in the Worldwide Rotaract Directory (z.B rotaract Club of San Pedro, Bolivia, and rotaract Club of San Pedro, Philippines) ♦ Get help from your sponsor, who may already have a Gemini club relationship with another Rotary Club, ♦ Contact your Rotaract Chair or Representative district for assistance.

On March 29, 2020, we held a joint meeting on the Houseparty app with a minimum number of 6 participants, as required by the criteria of the twin club agreement. This is where we got to know their club members and what they do and a little more about their culture, we discussed the projects that each club has achieved so far. Finding a suitable partner should be a performance of the club. In the search for a partner, clubs should first be able to clearly identify their interests, strengths and weaknesses. When selecting a partner, consider the following clubs: ♦ Similar interests ♦ Pose similar challenges ♦ Have expertise in an area your club wants to improve ♦ located in a geographic area of interest to club members♦ Share a common language or have resources for translation/interpretation • Talk to your Rotary Club sponsor to see if they already have a relationship with another club The idea The main project was to strengthen cross-border ties and make new friends from our neighbouring country.. . .