World Teacher’s Day

World Teachers’ Day is a day celebrated annually on October 5th to recognize and appreciate the contributions of teachers to society. The day was first designated by the United Nations in 1994 as a way to celebrate the important role that teachers play in education and in the development of young people.

World Teachers’ Day is celebrated in countries around the world, with events and activities organized to honor and recognize the hard work and dedication of teachers. The day is an opportunity to show appreciation for teachers and to celebrate the important role they play in the lives of students and in building strong and healthy communities.


Oct 05 2023


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Promoting Peace

“Rotary promotes intercultural understanding. As we support refugees who have escaped unsafe locations, we also train adults and young leaders to prevent and mediate violence.”

Fighting Disease

“We are committed to eradicating polio for good. In order to prevent additional diseases and increase access to healthcare, we also empower and educate local populations.”

Providing Clean Water

“Every day, we work to expand access to sustainable clean water, sanitation, and hygiene. We don’t merely construct wells and disappear.”

Saving Mothers & Children

“We increase access to affordable, high-quality healthcare, sanitation, education, and employment opportunities to improve the health and well-being of mothers and their offspring.”

Supporting Education

Our mission is to enhance adult literacy, decrease gender disparities in education, and strengthen community capacity to support basic education and literacy.

Growing Local Economies

We conduct charitable endeavors that promote societal and economic growth and chances for young and old people to engage in respectable and worthwhile employment.

Protecting the Environment

We pledge to support initiatives that increase the preservation and protection of natural resources, advance ecological sustainability, and promote harmony between human communities and the environment.