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Eradicating polio has become an act of courage. Volunteers risk their lives to administer the polio vaccine.
Manny Pacquiao is a brilliant boxer, a Philippine congressman, and the president of his Rotary club. And at 34, he's just getting started.
One's man's lifelong affinity for books speaks volumes about the joy of reading.
Memunato Mansaray McShane survived a brutal war. Now a U.S. teenager, she's determined to get her learner's permit.
Ziggy Marley contributed his song "Personal Revolution" to an album that Rotary International is selling to raise money for polio eradication. He tells us why personal revolution is a part of any effort to improve people's lives.
Sal Khan has a lesson plan for the world.
Inside Myanmar, where Rotary perservers. Rotarians are building water towers and trust.
Discover Lisbon. The best bargain in Europe is also the site of the 2013 RI Convention.
Quality seeds, soil nutrients, and planting expertise are on their way to Africa's farmers. Pulitzer prize-finalist Roger Thurow on whether this can break the hunger cycle.
What did the people of Oduworo, Uganda, need? Steve and Vicky Wallace had the good sense to ask.
RI President Sakuji Tanaka believes peace begins at home. It helps that his wife, Kyoko, is his favorite cook.
See the winner and four runners-up from The Rotarian 's 2012 photo contest, and a web exclusive best of the rest. Noted photographer Harry Benson, this year's judge, talks about the transition to digital photography, and how to make a memorable photograph.