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Words from a past Rotary Foundation ambassadorial scholar:

The Rotary Foundation's programs are all the more important because
we live in a world of sharp contrasts: fear and hope, illness and
good health, poverty and wealth. Worse, we live in a world in which
inequalities of income, unemployment – and presumably exclusion from
well-being – have sensibly increased in the last fifteen years, not
so much between countries, but with countries, developed and
developing alike. In such a situation, the role of the Rotary
Foundation is of the utmost importance."

French professor Rene Munier, 1967-78 Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial

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