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The Interact Clubs in Schools reinforcing the Tenets of Sustainability

Interact stands for International Action. It is a kind of junior Rotary Club for young people between the ages of 12 and 18. All Interact Clubs are part of the Rotary International organization, and a Rotary Club sponsors every club. Most Interact Clubs are based in schools but in some parts of the world, they are in villages and towns as part of the community.

Rotary club sponsors mentor and guide interaction club members as they carry out projects and develop leadership skills. Interact clubs organize at least two service projects a year: one that benefits their community and encourages international understanding. In addition to these, various novel and original ideas that are socially desirable are formulated, refined and implemented for the betterment of society.
With over 15,000 Interact clubs in
145 countries, Rotary inspires the next
generation of socially responsible and
globally conscious leaders, reiterating
its mottoes “Service Above Self” and
“One Profits Most Who Serves Best”.
According to UNESCO, sustainable
development meets current needs
without compromising the future. It
includes concerns such as Poverty,
Gender equality, Human rights,
Education for all, Health, Human
Security and Intercultural dialogue.
Here comes the key role of
Interact clubs in addressing the
aforementioned issues and others by
forming effective and reality-oriented
techniques and strategies through
m e a n i n g f u l d i s c u s s i o n s a n d
deliberations while considering
criticisms that are raised and potential
limitations that may be confronted.
Some core values of Interact Club are
that it is responsive and empowering.
Keeping these in mind, Interact clubs
work towards finding sustainable
solutions to problems such as poverty,
lack of education, illiteracy, and other



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