Posted by RC Kikuyu
By President Ann Ichungwa
Interact clubs empower young people ages 12 to 18 to take action in their community, develop leadership skills, and gain a global perspective. Every year Rotarians celebrate the accomplishments of the Interact club members worldwide during World Interact Week.
World Interact Week is celebrated every year during the week of 5 November to commemorate the founding of the first Interact club in 1962.
To mark this occasion and promote Interact and raise awareness of what Rotarians, Rotaractors  and Interactors do within our communities, the Rotary club of Kikuyu had a collaborative partnership with the Interactors from Rungiri High School and Ngure Primary. 
RC Kikuyu participated in joint projects during World Interact Week including Students Mentorship And Motivation as they prepare for the exams. We also donated pens and pencils to each student. We also planted 100 trees seedlings with the students of Ngure Primary together with our District Governor Alex Nyaga.
Additionally, we visited Makimei Children's Home Gitaru, with the Interactors of Rungiri High school as well as Rotaractors. We sang and read story books with the small children, washed clothes, did general cleaning in the school compound, cooked and served food to the children as well as donated clothes to the home.
World Interact Week celebrates Rotary’s youngest leaders making a difference in their schools and communities. We are glad to have been part of the family of interact in serving to change lives.
Kudos to all the young ones that undertook this noble initiative, being the change that they want to see in the world.