Rotary International District 9160 2011-12 review- Jean-Pierre Lasseni Duboze

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Jean-Pierre Lasseni Duboze's presentation at the Reach out to Africa "Off and Running" Meeting in Livingstone, Zambia on 22-23 July, 2012

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Rotary International District 9160 2011-12 review- Jean-Pierre Lasseni Duboze

  1. 1. Rotary International District 9150 ROTA meetingLivingstone, July 22-23 2012
  2. 2. 1. District presentation Main informations  10 countries : • Burundi • Cameroon • Central African Rep. • Chad • Congo • DRC • Equatorial Guinea • Gabon • Rwanda • Sao Tomé & PrincipeDistrict 9150 ROTA meeting – Livingstone, 22-23 jullet 2012 Page 2
  3. 3. 1. District presentation Main figures (as June 30 2012)  62 clubs  1.318 members  1st charted club on 04/13/1955, Kinshasa (RDC)  Last club charted on 06/04/2012, Bujumbura- Kigobe (Burundi)  Several languages : french, english, spanich, portuguese, african dialectesDistrict 9150 ROTA meeting – Livingstone, 22-23 jullet 2012 Page 3
  4. 4. 1. District presentation District’s TROÏKA Governor 2012-13 : Jean-Pierre LASSENI DUBOZE du RC Libreville Okoumé (Gabon)jpduboze@yahoo.fr Governor elect 2013-14 : Antoine NKODIA du RC Yaoundé Collines (Cameroun) atnkodia@yahoo.fr Governor nominee 2014-15 Jean RUNUYA du RC Kigali Mont Jali (Rwanda) runuya@yahoo.frDistrict 9150 ROTA meeting – Livingstone, 22-23 jullet 2012 Page 4
  5. 5. 2. Membership overview from September 2011 to June 2012  Clubs with 25 or more members : 25%  37%  Clubs with 10 or less members : 17%  10%District 9150 ROTA meeting – Livingstone, 22-23 jullet 2012 Page 5
  6. 6. 2. Membership overview Analysis  Without new clubs : +38 members (+3%), -1 club (RDC)  3 New clubs : +81 members  Douala Mangroves (Cameroun, January2012)  Goma Nyiragongo (RDC, April 2012)  Bujumbura Kigobe 2012 (Burundi, June2012)  Goals realization:  Members : 67%  Clubs : 100%District 9150 ROTA meeting – Livingstone, 22-23 jullet 2012 Page 6
  7. 7. 3. Goals on June 30 2013 Goals and means Minimum membership goal at mid 2014 : 2000 rotariansDistrict 9150 ROTA meeting – Livingstone, 22-23 jullet 2012 Page 7
  8. 8. 3. Goals on June 30 2013 Goals and means Minimum club goal at mid 2014 : 80 clubsDistrict 9150 ROTA meeting – Livingstone, 22-23 jullet 2012 Page 8
  9. 9. 3. Goals on June 30 2013 Goals and means District road map :  Membership task force : one person in charge for each country (CMCs) of the district reporting to the DG and working together with the district membership committee chair (DMCC).  CMC should visit each club in order to understand the real situation, identify the needs, identify together with the club committee the adequate actions, follow up and report to the DG and the DMCC. District 9150 ROTA meeting – Livingstone, 22-23 jullet 2012 Page 9
  10. 10. 3. Goals on June 30 2013 Goals and means  District road map :  Keep informed and implicated DGE and DGN  Communication : develop a campaign about Rotary, RI and clubs actions , ask beneficiaries and TRF Alumni to speak, use social networks  Budget : 10.000 USD to help the country membership chair  Training seminar for CMCs  Club’s road map : depending on the diagnosis  Training  Give responsibility to new members  Actions benefiting to surrounding community  Communication – More visibility into the community  More opening toward young professionals and women  Sponsor creation of new clubs (new generation clubs)District 9150 ROTA meeting – Livingstone, 22-23 jullet 2012 Page 10
  11. 11. 4. Final remarks Potentials et prioritiesDistrict 9150 ROTA meeting – Livingstone, 22-23 jullet 2012 Page 11
  12. 12. 4. Final remarks Potentialities et priorities  Potentialities :  Most populated countries: DRC, Cameroon, …  Richest countries : Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Congo, Chad…  Targets : young professionals, women, NGO leaders working in humanitarian fields,…  Priorities :  Countries with decreasing membership : Congo, Central African rep. (CAR),  Countries with only 1 club : Chad, Equatorial Guinea  Isolated countries (geographically, language) : CAR, Sao Tome & PrincipeDistrict 9150 ROTA meeting – Livingstone, 22-23 jullet 2012 Page 12
  13. 13. Thank you for your kind attentionDistrict 9150 ROTA meeting – Livingstone, 22-23 jullet 2012 Page 13

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