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Presentation about Rotary and the Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship from the Rotaract Wine & Cheese Reception which took place at the Scores Hotel on 6th March

Presentation about Rotary and the Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship from the Rotaract Wine & Cheese Reception which took place at the Scores Hotel on 6th March

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  • Rotary clubs serve communities around the world, each with unique concerns and needs. Rotarians have continually adapted and improved the way they respond to those needs, taking on a broad range of service projects. The most successful and sustainable Rotary service tends to fall within one of the following six areas:Peace and conflict prevention/resolutionDisease prevention and treatmentWater and sanitationMaternal and child healthBasic education and literacyEconomic and community development
  • Worldwide that volunteer at the local, regional and international level

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  • 1. Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar 2011-2012•What is Rotary?•What is the Rotary Foundation?•Rotary Projects•Ambassadorial Scholarship
  • 2. Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar 2011-2012 • Diego Carrillo Santoscoy • School of Economics and Finance • MSc in International Strategy and Economics
  • 3. Serving communities around the world •• Peace and conflict and needs Unique concerns prevention/resolution •• Disease prevention and treatment Adapting and improving how • Water and sanitation we respond to those needs • Maternal and child health • Basic education and literacy • Economic and community development
  • 4. What would it take to change theworld?
  • 5. Provide food to thehungry…
  • 6. … and water to thethirsty
  • 7. Children to read andwrite
  • 8. … and keepingthem healthy
  • 9. For families
  • 10. A newgeneration
  • 11. Giving the poorto betterthemselves
  • 12. Create a world-wide network of
  • 13. that has killed orcrippled millions
  • 14. Can one persondo it?
  • 15. Vision to see
  • 16. Faith to believe
  • 17. Courage to act
  • 18. Guiding principlesFIRST. The development ofTHIRD. The application of theacquaintance as an opportunity forideal of service in eachservice;Rotarians personal, business,and community life;SECOND. High ethical standards inbusiness and professions; theFOURTH. of advancementrecognitionThethe worthiness of allof international understanding,useful occupations; and thegoodwill, of each Rotariansdignifyingand peace through aworld fellowship of business tooccupation as an opportunityand professional personsserve society;united in the ideal of service.
  • 19. 4- Way test
  • 20. UN Representative Rotary and the United Nations• In 1942, Rotary clubs from 21 nations organized a conference in London to develop a vision for advancing education, science, and culture after World War II. That event was a precursor to UNESCO.• In 1945, 49 Rotarians went to San Francisco to help draft the UN Charter. Rotary and the UN have been ever since, a relationship that’s apparent through PolioPlus and work with UN agencies.• Highest consultative status offered to an NGO by the UN’s Economic and Social Council
  • 21. Rotary FoundationPeace and conflict prevention/resolution • Polio PlusDisease prevention and treatmentWater and sanitationMaternal and child health • Humanitarian GrantsBasic education and literacyEconomic and community development • Educational Programs
  • 22. Polio Plus volunteer arm of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative more than 25 years, Rotary has led the private sector in the global effort to rid the world of this crippling disease reach nearly US$1.2 billion by the time the world is certified polio-free.
  • 23. Educational programsAmbassadorial Scholarships: Rotarys • Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok,mission to advance world understanding, Thailandgoodwill, and peace. • (Duke University and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA • International Christian University, Tokyo,Group Study Exchange (GSE): Rotary hosts Japanorganize an itinerary of vocational, • Universidad del Salvador, Buenos Aires,educational, and cultural points of interest. Argentina • University of Bradford, West Yorkshire, EnglandRotary Peace Fellowships: Support graduate • University of Queensland, Brisbane,students and professionals in fields related to Australiapeace and conflict resolution. • Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
  • 24. My experience with RotaryRotary clubs of:•Bangkok, Thailand•Guadalajara, Mexico•Antwerpen, Belgium•St Andrews, Scotland
  • 25. Research•The econonomics of drugtraffickingEven though legalizing drugs might increase thenumber of addicts, “the child shot in a slum pass-by-shooting is an innocent victim in all respect of theword, [while] the person who decides to take drugson his own is not an innocent victim” (Friedman,1991).
  • 26. Conference: Hugh Evans, CEOKey Note speaker at the Rotary International Conferences in Bangok
  • 27. Good news regarding Polio India, until recently an epicenter of the wild poliovirus, has gone one year without recording a new case of the crippling, sometimes fatal, disease.