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9150 duboze 140427-29 rota - zone 9 vision en

  1. 1. ROTA meeting Dar es Salam, 27-29 avril 2014 Rotary International District 9150 Membership development Period 2011-2014 learnings Vision and challenges for 2020 Jean-Pierre LASSENI DUBOZE - PDG 2012-2013 ROTA committee member - zone 9 Chair
  2. 2. Page 2District 9150  10 countries : Burundi, Cameroon, Congo, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, CAR, DRC, Rwanda, Sao Tomé & Principe, Chad  135,5 millions inhabitants, 5.419 km2  71 clubs (+11)  1.433 Rotarians, 20 members per club  maximum reached by march 2014 (1.433 members, +263)  Going up since 2011 (+23%), +5% this year Situation by April 2014 District main informations
  3. 3. Page 3District 9150 Situation by April 2014  District growth over the period 2011-2014 : +23%  Gabon, Sao Tomé, Burundi, CAR and Rwanda have an average membership growth above district average  DRC, Cameroon have an average membership growth below district average  Congo, Chad and Equatorial Guinea are decreasing 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 2011 2012 2013 2014 Membership trend per country (base 100 in july 2011) Burundi Cameroon Congo Gabon Guinée Equato CAR DRC Rwanda STP
  4. 4. Page 4District 9150 Situation by April 2014 Clubs under 20 members  46% of clubs (42% in 2011) have 20 members or more  41% of clubs (47% en 2011) have more than 10 et less than 20 members  13% des clubs (10% en 2011) have no more than 10 members (DRC and Cameroon) 0 5 10 15 3 0 6 10 3 2 0 2 9 2 0 Clubs with less then 20 members by April 2014 membership <=10 membership >10 & <20
  5. 5. Page 5District 9150 Situation by April 2014 Membership retention from 2011 to 2014  existing clubs have generally kept their members (+4)  Gabon and Burundi have created clubs and increased the membership of existing clubs  CAR and Sao Tomé clubs have increased their membership  Congo, Equatorial Guinea and Chad clubs have lost members existing clubs Countries july-11 apr-14 # clubs Members # clubs Members Members Burundi 89 138 2 49 55% 2 46 3 3% Cameroun 273 301 2 28 10% 2 41 -13 -5% Congo 102 84 0 -18 -18% -18 -18% Gabon 119 203 3 84 71% 3 66 18 15% Guinée Equa. 18 16 0 -2 -11% -2 -11% RCA 20 28 0 8 40% 8 40% RDC 392 469 3 77 20% 5 72 5 1% Rwanda 117 152 1 35 30% 1 36 -1 -1% STP 12 20 0 8 67% 8 67% Tchad 27 23 0 -4 -15% -4 -15% D9150 1169 1 434 11 265 23% 13 261 4 0% 98% total clubs variation new clubs
  6. 6. Page 6District 9150 Goals set for July 2014 Where are we ?  11 new clubs instead of 20  a membership net incease of 265 Rotarians (+23%) instead of 801  a club membership average of 20 members instead of 25 Pays # clubs Members Burundi 3 89 Cameroon 15 273 Congo 4 102 Gabon 6 119 Equatorial Guinea 1 18 CAR 2 20 DRC 22 392 Rwanda 5 117 STP 1 12 Chad 1 27 D9150 60 1 169 juil-11 # clubs Members # clubs Members # clubs Members 5 138 2 49 5 125 17 301 2 28 19 475 4 84 0 -18 6 150 9 203 3 84 9 225 1 16 0 -2 2 50 2 28 0 8 3 75 25 469 3 77 27 675 6 152 1 35 6 150 1 20 0 8 1 25 1 23 0 -4 2 50 71 1 434 11 265 80 2 000 23% 71% apr - 14 juil-14Net increase
  7. 7. Page 7District 9150 Situation by April 2014 Analysis since 2011  existing clubs have generally kept their members (+4)  13 new clubs have been created (in big cities)  the clubs average membership stagnates (20 members)  the clubs with less than 10 members increase by 3 (DRC and Cameroon)  the clubs with a membership comprised between 10 and 20 rise by 1 : DRC (-3) et Cameroon (+3)  the average club seniority decreases : 13 new clubs, young professionals et ancient rotaractians  Gabon and Burundi have sustained growth (+ 71% and + 55%) and create new clubs in their capital cities
  8. 8. Page 8District 9150 1. Rotary clubs are deemed too elitist and seem to compete with some religious organizations 2. The major countries of the district (DRC and Cameroon) are declining in a very difficult economic and religious context 3. Gabon and Burundi have been growing regularly 4. Meeting times and places are not suitable for many Rotarians (major cities) 5. Several countries have recent or persistent political tensions (CAR, DRC) 6. It is less difficult to create clubs in cities with an economic and social fabric stable Learnings
  9. 9. Page 9District 9150 1. Split into 2 districts by the year 2020 : – Cameroon, Gabon, Eq. Guinea, CAR, STP, Chad : 2.678.000 km2 – Burundi, Congo, DRC, Rwanda : 2.741.000 km2 2. Increase membership up to 2.262 members in 104 clubs 3. Less big areas and more homogeneous, easier to manage and coordinate 4. Less costs for districts and rotarians 5. More proximity between staff and clubs 6. Easier to design communication plan and PR messages Vision for zone 9 – district 9150
  10. 10. Page 10District 9150 Vision for zone 9 – district 9150 District 9151 Pays Cameroon Gabon Equatorial Guinea CAR STP Chad D9150 # clubs Members 17 301 18 9 203 23 1 16 16 2 28 14 1 20 20 1 23 23 31 591 apr - 14 # clubs Members 27 540 15 375 2 40 3 60 2 40 3 75 52 1 130 91% juil-20 # clubs Members 24% 10 239 17% 6 172 2% 1 24 3% 1 32 2% 1 20 3% 2 52 21 539 91% Net increase District 9152 Pays Burundi Congo DRC Rwanda D9150 # clubs Members 5 138 28 4 84 21 25 469 19 6 152 25 40 843 apr - 14 # clubs Members 8 200 6 132 30 600 8 200 52 1 132 34% juil-20 # clubs Members 9% 3 62 6% 2 48 27% 5 131 9% 2 48 12 289 34% Net increase
  11. 11. Page 11District 9150 1. Rely on the district membership commission chair and each country membership chair (organization in place since the end of 2012) 2. Reinforce Rotarians training : attractive training session and closer to where they’re living 3. Realize effective and durable humanitarian actions meeting the needs of the communities 4. Build partnership with clubs from other districts 5. Participate to the Rotary Fondation programs 6. Propose a suitable communication plan which takes into account the local realities and socio-cultural brakes : • Be proud to be Rotarian and show it together with the beneficiaries of actions • Make available and share the Rotary with all those who are ready to adhere to the values of Rotary Strategy Sustain and strengthen clubs
  12. 12. Page 12District 9150  Potentials :  Most populated countries : DRC, Cameroon, …  Big cities : Bata, Brazzaville, Douala, Kigali, Kinshasa, Libreville, Lubumbashi, N’Djamena, Pointe Noire, Port- Gentil, Yaoundé, …  Priorities :  Countries with long time decreasing membership : Congo, Chad, Equatorial Guinea  Countries with only 1 club : Chad, Equatorial Guinea  Big cities with only 1 club : Pointe Noire, N’Djamena, …  Targets : young professionals, women, NGO leaders working in humanitarian fields, … Strategy Potentials et priorities
  13. 13. Page 13District 9150 How ? Some good practices • Involve and give responsibility to every member of the club • Communicate about Rotary successes and major actions • Intensify the training of members • Adapt the meetings of clubs (place and time of meeting) • Communicate and share the "Rotary key messages” • Create young professional clubs and encourage their accession • Have exemplary behavior in the city • Use the Rotary online program for prospective members, recommendations and address changes
  14. 14. Page 14District 9150 Thank you for your kind attention Jean-Pierre LASSENI DUBOZE - PDG 2012-2013 ROTA committee member - zone 9 Chair ARC for district 9150 jpduboze@yahoo.fr

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