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  1. 1. District 9211: State of the District 28th – 29th April 2014
  2. 2. TITLE | 2 Table 1: Membership Summary (Mar 2014) Total Tanzania Uganda Clubs % Clubs % Clubs % Total Clubs 113 38 75 Total Members 3,051 689 2,362 Total Female 952 31% 181 26% 771 33% Total Male 2,099 69% 508 74% 1,591 67% D9211 – Membership – Rotary Clubs
  3. 3. TITLE | 3 D9211 Membership - Rotaract & Interact Table 2: Membership - Rotaract and Interact Country Rotaract Interact Total Total Total Clubs Clubs Clubs Rotaractors Interactors Tanzania 12 9 21 330 270 Uganda 57 113 170 1,000 3,390 Total Clubs 69 122 191 1,330 3,660
  4. 4. TITLE | 4 TRF Area Measure $100 Per Capita Benchmark 2013-14 $297,200 Contribution as at April 2014 $402,200 Number of Global Grants 17 Value if Approved Grants $1,532,844 Value if Grants Pending Approval $1,341,300 No of Clubs Qualified 57
  5. 5. TITLE | 5 • TRF Trustee Sam Owori • PDG Tusu Tusubira (Cadre of Technical advisors to TRF, Governing Council of the RLI, District Representative on CoL) • PDG Henry Kyemba – Regional PolioPlus Coordinator • PDG Chris Mutalya – Vice Regional Coordinator and Inter-Country Committee Chair • Fred Massade Kabuye – Regional PR Coordinator Leaders Beyond District
  6. 6. TITLE | 6 • Rotary Dar Marathon (14th Oct) – 10,000+ participants • Rotary Cancer Run (Aug) – 20,000+ participants • National Projects – Rotary Pediatric Oncology Ward (Tanzania) – Rotary Entrepreneurship and Resource Center (Tanzania) – Maji Kwa Maisha (Tanzania) – Rotary Cancer Ward (Uganda) – Rotary Blood Bank (Uganda) – Rotary Family Health Day (Uganda) • DCA’s with 1,000+ participants • RI Presidents Youth Conference Nov 2013 – 3,700+ participants Public Image
  7. 7. TITLE | 7 • High Administrative and operational costs due to geographic area • IT Competency to use web based tools • Language Barrier especially in Tanzania • Inadequate knowledge of Rotary and TRF • TRF participation in giving & utilization is limited Challenges
  8. 8. TITLE | 8 • Strategic Plan 2013-2018. • Growing District • Increasing engagement with youth through Rotaract & Interact. More focus on community based Rotaract. • Increasing awareness of TRF and giving. • Good international partnerships and projects (WASH, GOL, Rotary Family Health days) • Increased RLI Training across all levels. • Significant Public Image work. • Excellent working relationships between past and current leaders. Very good mentorship. Summary
  9. 9. Strategic Plan and Goals 2013 - 2018
  10. 10. TITLE | 1 0 D9211 - Goals 2013 - 2018 Administration & Leadership • Meet all RI obligations (reporting, payments etc.) as per the guidelines. • Win at least 7 RI awards for good performance. • Develop leaders and have at least 10 serving above District Membership • Increase average number of active and effective members per club from current 25% to 50%. • Membership retention; reduce attrition from 90% to 25% of new members. • Raise the minimum number of Rotarians per club to 20 for 85% of the Clubs. • Consider redistricting of Tanzania & Uganda in 2018
  11. 11. TITLE | 1 1 D9211 - Goals 2013 - 2018 The Rotary Foundation • Donate at least USD 3 million over the five-year period. • Participate in TRF utilization activities to the tune of at least USD 30 million. • Have at least 95 clubs running GG by end of 2016 and sustain. New Generation • Each Club to sponsor 3 Rotaract clubs over the 5 year period. • Each Club to sponsor 5 Interact clubs over the period. • Have 1,500 Youths attending RYLA over the period. • Youth Exchange • Have the Rotary Vocational School functional in Tanzania by end of June 2014.
  12. 12. TITLE | 1 2 D9211 - Goals 2013 - 2018 Public Image • Maintain a signature annual event in each country involving at least 5,000 people and raising “significant” funds for a national cause. • Rotary to be recognized as the top voluntary organization in each country. Service Programs • At least 50% of clubs to have 1 impactful health project per year. • Each Club to be linked to at least 1 major water project per year. • At least 30% of clubs to participate in environment related projects each year. • At least 20% of the clubs to participate in impactful economic empowerment projects per year. • Double the number of RCCs over the strategy period.
  13. 13. TITLE | 1 3 Membership Target Tanzania Growth – 15% pa – New Clubs and Recruitment Uganda Growth – 8% pa – New Clubs, Recruitment with focus on “quality”
  14. 14. TITLE | 1 4 • Public Image – better image will lead to greater interest to join • High profile & many Service Projects - greater involvement of Rotarians (interest to stay & contribute), better Public Image (greater interest to join) • New Generation - greater engagement, ensure higher rate of Rotaractors joining Rotary • Rotary Knowledge - better understanding will lead to better engagement and hence improved retention. Use RLI extensively. • Extension – especially in under represented areas and high density urban areas • Recruitment – spouses, other family…… • More Rotarians and less “members” – higher retention • Problem of dues and attendance are just symptoms, we need to focus on making clubs places where Rotarians would like to belong and see value. Membership Growth – How?
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