Established in 1985-86 the Rotary Foundation grant for university teachers provides funds to higher education faculty to travel abroad and teach at colleges/universities in developing countries. This program is intended to build international understanding and foster development while strengthening higher education in low-income countries. The programs also aims to establish ties between higher education institutions, leading to the exchange of ideas and information across the globe. Subjects taught must be relevant to local population needs and add to the local area’s socio-economic development.
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