A rejuvenating morning at Karura forest – Walk in the Park – Sunday 9th September 8:30am, Karura Forest. Please come with family and friends!


Join Rotary leaders, members and guests in Nairobi, Kenya as we recognize the long standing relationship between Rotary International and the United Nations and with young leaders who are changing our world.

This year’s #RotaryUNDay themed “Youth Innovation: Crafting Solutions to Emerging Challenges” shall be held at the United Nations Information Centre Nairobi, Kenya on Saturday, 10th Nov. 2018. The program shall include an address by the Rotary International President, Barry Rassin, a celebrity speaker and change-makers from different spheres.

General Sessions and break-outs shall discuss the UN Sustainable Development Goals, the technological revolution, and the young people’s role in creating change. A special session on the environment will highlight the importance of sustainable development and offer concrete actions that people of all generations can take to ensure a clean and healthy future.

6 volunteers under age 35 will be honored as Rotary People of Action: Young Innovators. For the first time, the event will feature an innovation fair where Rotary clubs, businesses, and other organizations will exhibit humanitarian projects and cutting-edge technology that can help address the challenges we face. The #RotaryUNDay attracts an international attendance of over 1000.

Rotary Day at the UN is open to all. Purchase your ticket on www.rotaryundaynairobi.org

Rotary Club of Nairobi Eye Camp (Kenya Rural Blindness Eradication) was carried out during the weekend 18-20th August 2018 in Kisumu.

Close to 200 cataract operations were carried out by Dr. Mukesh Joshi and his team. Members from the Rotary Club of Nairobi present at the camp included President Salim Fazal, Rtn Nelson Mburu and Rtn Duncan Mahangilu.

Congratulations team!


Rotary Club of Nairobi will be having a fundraising cocktail / auction on Saturday 25th August 2018 at Windsor Golf Hotel from 2:30 to 5:30pm organized by our fundraising director Hon. Sunjeev Kaur Birdi.

Tickets are available at Kshs 3,000 (each ticket includes 10 raffle tickets).

We request all members of Rotary Club of Nairobi to greatly support his event by purchasing tickets (poster attached with details) and purchasing items which will be on auction at the event. Proceeds will go towards RCN signature projects.

Please contact Rtn Kalpa Padia , Hon. Sunjeev Kaur Birdi, P.A. Eva Nyawira or myself (Ritesh) for tickets. Bring along family and friends! Please support this event greatly – we count on your support.

94th D9212 District Conference and Assembly- 2nd to 4th May 2019 Pride Inn, Mombasa

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Also read this report in 'The Asian'. Click image to enlarge.

Also read this report in ‘The Asian’. Click image to enlarge.

The Rotary Club of Nairobi has run the Kenya Rural Blindness Eradication Project since1985.

During the month of May 2018, Rotary Club of Nairobi will carry out the second Kenya Rural Blindness Eradication eye camp for the Rotary Year 2017/18 (targeting another 200 plus cataract surgeries).

During January 2018, over 216 cataract surgeries took place in Kisumu. This was a three day eye camp. Patients were screened and transported from neighboring towns. They were  accommodated, fed and operated on and thereafter transported safely back to the​ir towns. The surgeries were performed at the Kisumu Oginga Odinga Referral Hospital with patients from Kericho, Kapsabet, Kisii, Siaya, Ahero and Kisumu. The cataract surgeries were performed by Honorary Rotarian Ophthalmologist Dr Mukesh Joshi and his team. Patients were accommodated at Jalaram School.

Picture of Honorary Rotarian Ophthalmologist Dr Mukesh Joshi performing a cataract surgery.

Honorary Rotarian Ophthalmologist Dr Mukesh Joshi performing a cataract surgery.

The eye surgeries performed have led to the restoration of vision to many beneficiaries and this has in turn enabled them to earn a livelihood and leads to a direct positive impact on their immediate families and community, thus leading to economic empowerment (besides the focus area of disease prevention).

In the past 30 years, over 16,000 free cataract operations have taken place by this program by the Rotary Club of Nairobi (RCN).