The Rotaract Clubs of Belize have collectively been active within their communities and the chapter here in Orange Walk is certainly well known within the area. But, they are not the only ones seeking to selflessly serve their communities as thousands of other youth are equally involved in their communities around the globe. Representatives of these clubs met in one country to share their successes and trials in what they call the 12th triennal Interota. Belize sent a representative to attend the conference, which is an international Rotaract conference held every three years. This year it was hosted in Canada from July 26th to Friday August 1st. Angel Cabrera represented the Rotaract Club of Belize.
“The purpose of the Conference is to get members from Rotaract Clubs all over the world to get together, to participate in workshops and team building and skills and socializing and getting to know and sharing project ideas with members from other parts of the world at the region, it was very good I must say, members from European Club are impressed with the small work that we are doing in Belize and they are willing to partner with us to make some projects and to help us with funding to carry out the project and I think it is a big plus having attended this and as the country representative I will be visiting all the clubs around the country and I will be sharing what I learnt and the experiences and the different project ideas and having had all positive feedback from all other clubs that attended.”
The conference began in Toronto and concluded in Montreal, Canada. In 2011 the conference was held in Hurghada, Egypt.
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