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Elevating Your Polio Momentum

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If you’re looking to elevate your momentum in the fight against polio, this interactive session is for you. Join us as we explain how to create a "bottom-up district polio action plan,” which includes awareness campaigns, advocacy, fundraising, and hands-on work.

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Elevating Your Polio Momentum

  1. 1. A PAGE FOR BIG BOLDBULLET ITEMS ELEVATING YOUR POLIO MOMENTUM Emma Groenen, PDG, Thierry Reip, DGE & Polio Team RID 1630 Monday June 3th
  2. 2. Photos: endpolio.org/resource-center & ‘By the numbers’: The Rotarian, June 2019, p. 57
  3. 3. OBJECTIVES 1. Elevate enthousiasm to continue to take action: take at least one action home 2. Know how to create a district plan of action in 10 steps involving all club presidents 3. Know how to design a content based plan to generate sensibilisation, advocacy, fundraising, hands on actions 4. Be inspired by realistic (copy & paste) examples
  4. 4. WE WOULD LIKE TO KNOW YOU !
  5. 5. PHOTO of OUR POLIO TEAM D1630 POLIO TEAM D1630 Foto’s
  6. 6. TEAM • Teammembers • Teamleader, chair • Support of DG, DGE, TRF chair PLAN Guided by: • GPEI strategy : content • RI training calendar : timeline FUNDAMENTALS
  7. 7. • polioeradication.org • who.int • unicef.org • rotary.org / endpolio.org • gatesfoundation.org • Step 1: January: International Assembly & DTTS • Step 2: February: District PETS • Step 3: April: District Training Assembly • Step 4: June: District Conference • Step 5: July 1st: Start Rotary Year • Step 6: October: World Polio Day • Step 7: January: NID in India • Step 8: February: District PETS • Step 9: April: District Training Assembly • Step 10: June: District Conference PLAN GPEI strategy : Content RI training calendar : Timeline
  8. 8. GPEI strategy: Content (www.polioeradication.org) 2013 - 2018 2019 - 2023 3 Key Pillars 1. ERADICATION 2. INTEGRATION 3. CERTIFICATION & CONTAINMENT
  9. 9. GPEI strategy: Content (www.polioeradication.org) Three Goals 1. ERADICATION 2. INTEGRATION 3. CERTIFICATION & CONTAINMENT
  10. 10. TIMELINE GPEI strategy : Content RI training calendar : Timeline • polioeradication.org • who.int • unicef.org • rotary.org / endpolio.org • gatesfoundation.org • Step 1: January: International Assembly & DTTS • Step 2: February: District PETS • Step 3: April: District Training Assembly • Step 4: June: District Conference • Step 5: July 1st: Start Rotary Year • Step 6: October: World Polio Day • Step 7: January: NID in India • Step 8: February: District PETS • Step 9: April: District Training Assembly • Step 10: June: District Conference
  11. 11. • DGE: Goal #1 Polio Eradication • DTTS : Polio Chair & team JANUARY: International Assembly and DTTS STEP 1
  12. 12. • DGE : R.I. & district goals • Polio Team Goals: • Strategy: pitch talk • PE’s: Best ideas: post it’s FEBRUARY: P.E.T.S. STEP 2
  13. 13. St. Stephen’s Hospital New Dehli, India postponed NID february 2019
  14. 14. Polio this week as of 29 May 2019
  15. 15. Living in a container for 30 days NEW VACCIN : TESTING
  16. 16. VACCINATE VACCINATE VACCINATE GPEI Goal nr 1: ERADICATION
  17. 17. HANDS ON : National Immunzation Days N.I.D. Dehli, INDIA JAN or FEB 2020 emma.groenen@hotmail.com
  18. 18. Transportation Vaccinators Female Volunteer Vaccinators Religious Leaders Doctors Pharmacists Campaign Monitors Campaign Monitors Living with Polio The end Goal Family’s THE REAL HEROES … man and women
  19. 19. WHAT CAN YOU DO?
  20. 20. A PAGE FOR BIG BOLDBULLET ITEMS WHAT is your best IDEA of action that you / your club / your district can do to reinforce the End Polio Now Campaign ? QUESTION 3’
  21. 21. February: At the P.E.T.S.
  22. 22. Assessment of suggestions based on: (1) Benefits/impact, (2) Feasibility, (3) Capacity, (4) ROI APRIL: District Training Assembly – Polio Team Preparations STEP 3
  23. 23. SENSIBILISATION = tell the story to general public ADVOCACY = tell the story to decision makers FUNDRAISING HANDS ON • Schoolkids • Roadshow • Airplane or Buswrap • Local Government • National level Minister • Federal / EU representatives • Music festival, Concert • Sale of product • N.I.D. Delhi India RESULT after assessment by Polio Team, based on 1) Benefits/impact, (2) Feasibility, (3) Capacity, (4) ROI
  24. 24. • Polio Team : reduction of all ideas collected at PETS to 3 per category/goal • Timing: after the PETS and before the DTA APRIL: District Training Assembly STEP 3
  25. 25. SENSIBILISATION = tell the story to general public ADVOCACY = tell the story to decision makers FUNDRAISING HANDS ON • Schoolkids • Roadshow • Airplane or Buswrap • Local Government • National level Minister • Federal / EU representatives • Music festival, Concert • Sale of product • N.I.D. Delhi India RESULT after assessment by Polio Team, based on 1) Benefits/impact, (2) Feasibility, (3) Capacity, (4) ROI
  26. 26. • Polio Team: TOP 1 in each category • DGE and Polio Chair present : • Selected Actions • Call to attend district Polio Day Conference in October JUNE: District Conference STEP 4
  27. 27. SENSIBILISATION = tell the story to general public ADVOCACY = tell the story to decision makers FUNDRAISING HANDS ON • Roadshow • National level Minister • Music festival, Concert • N.I.D. Delhi India RESULT after assessment by Polio Team, based on 1) Benefits/impact, (2) Feasibility, (3) Capacity, (4) ROI
  28. 28. District Polio Team in the Backoffice: • Start execution of the 4 actions: sensibilisation, fundraising, advocacy, hands on N.I.D. JULY 1st: Start of the new Rotary Year STEP 5 NEW GAME ! Catch the Polio Virus !
  29. 29. SENSIBILISATION: Roadshow
  30. 30. SENSIBILISATIONADVOCACY: National Government
  31. 31. FUNDRAISING: Music Concert
  32. 32. HANDS ON: NID, India
  33. 33. OCTOBER: World Polio Day, October 24th STEP 6 WORLD POLIO DAY, October 24th call for an event by clubs on World Polio Day www.endpolio.org
  34. 34. District Polio Team in the Backoffice: • Prep of Polio Day: venue, speakers, presentations, catering, hand out, VR goggles etc • Prep press release for World Polio Day for Clubs to be published in their local newspaper and FB banner NEW GAME ! Catch the Polio Virus ! OCTOBER: District Polio Day - Preparation STEP 6
  35. 35. www.endpolio.org/resource-center OCTOBER: District Polio Day - Preparation STEP 6
  36. 36. OCTOBER: District Polio Day - Preparation STEP 6 www.endpolio.org
  37. 37. UITNODIGING 20 OKTOBER 2018 DISTRICT POLIO DAY PALEIS VAN DE PRINSBISCHOPPEN, LUIK 09.30 h Accueil (café et croissants) 10.00 h Mot de bienvenue par Rtn. Emma Groenen, PDG, Polio Plus coordinateur D1630 10.15 h Dr. Mathew Varghese Orthopedic Corrective Surgeon, St. Stephen’s Hospital, New Delhi, désigné “Hero in the Field” par Bill Gates “Dignity! The reconstructive surgery and rehabilitation of POLIO patients” 10.40 h Rtn. Raman Bhatia, PDG Rotary Club Delhi Midtown, past member India National Polio Plus Committee “The role of Rotary & POLIO in India” 11.00 h Pause 11.10 h Prof. Dr. Pierre Van Damme Professor, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Centre for the Evaluation of Vaccination, Vaccine & Infectious Disease Institute, Universiteit Antwerpen “A new POLIO vaccine?” 11.35 h Q&R, modérateur Prof. Van Damme 12.00 h Rtn. René Friederici, DG D1630 Rotary Clubs en Action 12.15 h Rtn. Frederik Baggen, PDG Take-home message 12.30 h Verre de l’amitié & light lunch offert par le District 1630 PROGRAMMA VEUILLEZ VOUS INSCRIRE avant le 12 octobre par mail – emma.groenen@hotmail.com Le nombre de places est limité. Les inscriptions se feront sur base de la date de réception du mail. INVITATION DISTRICT 1630 POLIO DAY Le 20 OCTOBRE 2018 DISTRICT Polio Day: objectives: • inform on the current status • inform on the GPEI goals • to KICK OFF the new ‘polio year’ • to highlight fundraising actions • call for club contributions OCTOBER: District Polio Day STEP 6
  38. 38. CONTENT GPEI : cVDPV problem SPEAKER 2017-18: Prof Van Damme,UAntwerpen, Testing of a NEW POLIO vaccin, POLIO POLIS
  39. 39. District Polio Day Gamification: Catch the Virus
  40. 40. District Polio Day Press Release
  41. 41. Offer possibility to participate in the NID • inform about programme, participation at own expense • inform about the WHY rotarians participate STEP 7 JANUARY : PARTICIPATION NATIONAL IMMUNISATION DAYS, INDIAJANUARY: Participation National Immunization Days, India STEP 7
  42. 42. • Repeat the messages: • sensibilisation, • advocacy, • fundraising, • hands on • Motivate! Go see actions! • Be enthusiastic! • Be grateful! FEBRUARY: P.E.T.S. Take Action ! Do it! STEP 8
  43. 43. FEBRUARY: P.E.T.S. Take Action ! Do it! STEP 8
  44. 44. European Parliament Advocacy
  45. 45. • Go to events • Motivate • Share on FB APRIL: District Training Assembly. Take action ! Do it! STEP 9
  46. 46. Inspiring Ideas
  47. 47. Inspiring Ideas
  48. 48. Inspiring Ideas
  49. 49. Inspiring Ideas
  50. 50. John hewko toevoegen Inspiring Ideas
  51. 51. Inspiring Ideas
  52. 52. The Rotary “Flame” was launched in Chennai, India, in December 2014 to celebrate both India’s certification as polio-free, and to commemorate the 30th anniversary of PolioPlus. The torch made its way through many countries on its journey around the world to the 2015 International Convention in São Paulo, Brazil. Inspiring Ideas
  53. 53. Inspiring Ideas
  54. 54. Inspiring Ideas
  55. 55. • DG & Polio Team • Share the successes • > 500 000 € last 4 years • Caravans travelled all over district • Poliopolis, NID • Be thankful JUNE: District Conference STEP 10
  56. 56. OBJECTIVES 1. Elevate enthousiasm to continue to take action: take at least one action home 2. Know how to create a district plan of action in 10 steps involving all club presidents 3. Know how to design a content based plan to generate sensibilisation, advocacy, fundraising, hands on actions 4. Be inspired by realistic (copy & paste) examples
  57. 57. TAKE HOME MESSAGE
  58. 58. TAKE HOME MESSAGE
  59. 59. TAKE HOME MESSAGE
  60. 60. TAKE HOME MESSAGE www.polioeradication.org www.endpolio.org www.rotary.org
  61. 61. QUESTIONS?
  62. 62. THANK YOU! ALL QUESTIONS WELCOME by mail emma.groenen@hotmail.com
  63. 63. Rate this session in the Rotary Events app, available in your Apple or Android app store.
  64. 64. This presentation and others from throughout the convention are available through the convention mobile app and on SlideShare at www.SlideShare.net/Rotary_International.

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