July 16, 2015

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Participants attended panel discussions about water and peace, youth and peace, economic development, women’s health, and human trafficking.
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Amina J. Mohammed, special adviser of the UN secretary-general on post-2015 development planning: “We have the resources in the world to deal with the issues we have today. We need to find a way to unlock that.”
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Rotary Day at the United Nations was attended by more than 1,300 Rotary members and Rotaractors.
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Activist and organizer Kani Diop speaks at a women’s health panel about female mutilation.
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From left: Rotary Foundation Trustee Chair John Kenny, Rotary International President Gary C.K. Huang, and RI Representative to the United Nations Joseph Laureni.
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Nana Taona Kuo, senior manager for Every Woman Every Child’s health team, says, “When women and children are healthy and strong, entire economies grow.”
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Ed Futa, dean of the Rotary Representative Network and a past Rotary general secretary, urges attendees make a difference in their communities.
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