Activities of Rotary

History of Rotary

The first Rotary Club was formed when attorney Paul P. Harris called together a meeting of three business acquaintances in downtown Chicago, United States, at Harris's friend Gustave Loehr's office in the Unity Building on Dearborn Street on February 23, 1905.


The Rotary Club is the basic unit of Rotary activity, and each club determines its own membership.

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Our Signature Project

Jay Baba Pashupati Women Vocational Center

Jay Baba Pashupati Women Vocational Center was initiated in 2060 B.S with an aim to empower marginalized women through skill based trainings. Candle making, Beautician Training, Cloth and Apparels Making etc are some of the major skills which help them earn money to sustain and also to educate their children.
Situated in Gaushala, Kathmandu, the institute has trained thousands of women and currently more than 20 women are being trained every three months. The training is provided free of cost by experienced CTEVT and hired trainers with all the materials necessary for the course provided by Rotary Club of Pashupati Kathmandu. In a large scale, many of the trained women now operate their own business in respective trained fields.

Rotary Prahari Batika

Rotary Club of Pashupati-ktm Along with Rotaract Club of Pashupati-KTM jointly with organizes a program "Rotary Prahari Batika" with an objective of saving environment through tree plantation at the premises of Singhadurbar Nepal Police Circle, Anamnagar.
The program started in 2062 B.S and is still our signature project with more than 100 trees planted yearly.
This project is conducted on August 1st of every year in collaboration with Nepal Police , Rotaractor and other civilians.

Club Calendar 2018/19

Click on the link below to download the Club Calendar.

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All our activities for the year 2018/2019 including meeting dates and program dates.

Rotary's Area of Focus

Maternal and Child Health

Public health professionals analyze and develop programs that protect the health of individuals, families and communities.

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Basic Education and Literacy

Rotary clubs all over the world are taking action to enhance basic education and literacy in their communities.

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Economic and Community Development

We promote economic and community development and reduce poverty in underserved communities.

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Peace and conflict prevention/resolution

Rotary is so engaged in service projects, fellowships and other Rotary-sponsored campaigns in pursuit of peace in our world.

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Disease prevention and treatment

Disease results in misery, pain, and poverty for millions of people worldwide. That's why treating and preventing disease is so important to us.

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Water and sanitation

Global access to safe water, adequate sanitation, and proper hygiene education can lead to improved health, poverty reduction, and socio-economic development.

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