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Membership Goals 2013 to 2016 District 9210
Presented at ROTA 2014
Dar es Salaam by DGN Dean Lungu
MEMBERSHIP UPDATE – DISTRICT 9210
DISTRICT 9210 –
Population of 51 million
Country Number of
Clubs
Number of
Members
MALAWI 5 188
MOZAMBIQUE 3 67
ZAMBIA 23 442
ZIMBABWE 31 703
MEMBERSHIP UPDATE – W...
"The future of Rotary depends on a thriving and dynamic
membership.”
“Increased membership will mean greater effectiveness...
DISTRICT 9210 STRATEGY
“To rapidly grow quality
membership throughout the
District in order to multiply the
District and a...
SUPPORT AND STRENGTHEN CLUBS
Increased Rotary Training
Improve Retention – keep who we have
Promote Core Values: Service, ...
We want our Clubs in the District to:
Be Relevant
Be Accessible
Be Professional
Be Engaging
WHAT WE WANT
MEMBERSHIP PROJECTIONS 2012-2013 TO 2015-2016
2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017
Membership 1,438 1,460 1,5...
OUR FOCUS
We will focus on four strategic priorities
(1) Implement
Responsive CLP
(2) Membership
Retention
(3) Increase
me...
INCREASING MEMBERSHIP
Benefits of increasing membership:
 Greater credibility within the community
 Broader perspectives...
We CAN Do It!!
We MUST Do It!!
We SHALL Do It!!
SUMMARY
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  • As a result, in 2011, the Board proposed a new initiative– Regional Membership Plans. The initiative empowered Rotarians around the world to develop membership strategies that work best in their region.

    The Directors lead regional teams, including an appointed project leads, Rotary Coordinators, and Rotarians of all levels to create plans with strategies and measurable tactics to increase membership recruitment and retention.

    The Board allocated 3 million dollars over 3 years to fund these regional activities.

    Regional Membership teams were encouraged to develop strategies to attract new members, engage current members, and increase diversity in clubs.
  • Unfortunately as a whole… our gains are NOT offsetting our losses. Based on member numbers for 1 July 2013, we have 1.185 million members. This is 23,000 fewer from the 30 June 2013 number of 1.208 million members and 17,000 fewer from 1 July 2012 of 1.202


  • As a result, in 2011, the Board proposed a new initiative– Regional Membership Plans. The initiative empowered Rotarians around the world to develop membership strategies that work best in their region.

    The Directors lead regional teams, including an appointed project leads, Rotary Coordinators, and Rotarians of all levels to create plans with strategies and measurable tactics to increase membership recruitment and retention.

    The Board allocated 3 million dollars over 3 years to fund these regional activities.

    Regional Membership teams were encouraged to develop strategies to attract new members, engage current members, and increase diversity in clubs.
  • As a result, in 2011, the Board proposed a new initiative– Regional Membership Plans. The initiative empowered Rotarians around the world to develop membership strategies that work best in their region.

    The Directors lead regional teams, including an appointed project leads, Rotary Coordinators, and Rotarians of all levels to create plans with strategies and measurable tactics to increase membership recruitment and retention.

    The Board allocated 3 million dollars over 3 years to fund these regional activities.

    Regional Membership teams were encouraged to develop strategies to attract new members, engage current members, and increase diversity in clubs.
  • Unfortunately as a whole… our gains are NOT offsetting our losses. Based on member numbers for 1 July 2013, we have 1.185 million members. This is 23,000 fewer from the 30 June 2013 number of 1.208 million members and 17,000 fewer from 1 July 2012 of 1.202


  • As a result, in 2011, the Board proposed a new initiative– Regional Membership Plans. The initiative empowered Rotarians around the world to develop membership strategies that work best in their region.

    The Directors lead regional teams, including an appointed project leads, Rotary Coordinators, and Rotarians of all levels to create plans with strategies and measurable tactics to increase membership recruitment and retention.

    The Board allocated 3 million dollars over 3 years to fund these regional activities.

    Regional Membership teams were encouraged to develop strategies to attract new members, engage current members, and increase diversity in clubs.
  • As a result, in 2011, the Board proposed a new initiative– Regional Membership Plans. The initiative empowered Rotarians around the world to develop membership strategies that work best in their region.

    The Directors lead regional teams, including an appointed project leads, Rotary Coordinators, and Rotarians of all levels to create plans with strategies and measurable tactics to increase membership recruitment and retention.

    The Board allocated 3 million dollars over 3 years to fund these regional activities.

    Regional Membership teams were encouraged to develop strategies to attract new members, engage current members, and increase diversity in clubs.
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    1. 1. Membership Goals 2013 to 2016 District 9210 Presented at ROTA 2014 Dar es Salaam by DGN Dean Lungu
    2. 2. MEMBERSHIP UPDATE – DISTRICT 9210 DISTRICT 9210 – Population of 51 million
    3. 3. Country Number of Clubs Number of Members MALAWI 5 188 MOZAMBIQUE 3 67 ZAMBIA 23 442 ZIMBABWE 31 703 MEMBERSHIP UPDATE – WHERE ARE WE NOW?
    4. 4. "The future of Rotary depends on a thriving and dynamic membership.” “Increased membership will mean greater effectiveness and increased impact on the communities we serve” MEMBERSHIP
    5. 5. DISTRICT 9210 STRATEGY “To rapidly grow quality membership throughout the District in order to multiply the District and at the same time support the Zone 20A goal of membership growth so as to qualify for own Zone and RI Director for Sub Sahara Africa.”
    6. 6. SUPPORT AND STRENGTHEN CLUBS Increased Rotary Training Improve Retention – keep who we have Promote Core Values: Service, Fellowship, Diversity, Integrity, Leadership Increase and give more support to 2 Countries, Malawi and Mozambique, to fast improve number of Clubs
    7. 7. We want our Clubs in the District to: Be Relevant Be Accessible Be Professional Be Engaging WHAT WE WANT
    8. 8. MEMBERSHIP PROJECTIONS 2012-2013 TO 2015-2016 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017 Membership 1,438 1,460 1,560 1,680 1,680 Clubs 62 64 68 72 72 1,438 1,460 1,560 1,680 1,680 62 64 68 72 72 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70 72 74 - 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400 1,600 1,800
    9. 9. OUR FOCUS We will focus on four strategic priorities (1) Implement Responsive CLP (2) Membership Retention (3) Increase membership diversity (4) Enhance Rotary Education • Improve communication between Club leaders, members and District Leaders • Restructure BOD to be responsive to needs of the clubs • Ensure leaders attend District training meetings • Provide for continuity in leadership • Involve leadership team in goal setting process • Develop Mentoring programs • Enhance Fellowship • Getting members involved • Educate , educate, educate • New member orientation • Develop clubs which reflect the local community needs • Identify opportunities to increase diversity within clubs • Conduct regular classification surveys • Promote inter-club support within the District • Recruit prospects with Rotary DNA • Develop effective training teams at District and club level • Encourage participation in events and programs which enhance Rotary awareness • Develop and support new members training programmes • Enhance Rotary information sharing within clubs and the district
    10. 10. INCREASING MEMBERSHIP Benefits of increasing membership:  Greater credibility within the community  Broader perspectives, ideas, talents, and skills  Expanded volunteer resources  Endless opportunity for leadership at the club, district, and zone levels  Enhanced fundraising potential  Less frequent program and club responsibilities
    11. 11. We CAN Do It!! We MUST Do It!! We SHALL Do It!! SUMMARY
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