DISTRICT 9210
STATE OF THE DISTRICT
ROTA
APRIL 2014 – DAR ER SALAAM
District 9210
• Multi country
• Malawi, Zambia , Mozambique and Zimbabwe
• 62 Clubs
District Goals
• District 9210 has had a year of both successes and challenges to date.
• Our Goals for the year were;
– S...
Support and Strengthening Clubs
• Our district had become generally weak in administration among clubs
with NON compliance...
D9210
Support and Strengthening Clubs (2)
• Our District Leadership Training program (Potential Rotary
Leadership Program) had a...
Membership
Factors affecting Membership;
Economic decline/ stagnation (Ziim / Malawi)
Conflict affecting accessibility (Mo...
Membership
Opportunities
Growth Centres (Zambia)
New Generation Clubs
Increase in women participation
Membership Goals
• Clubs started the year with clean ups by terminating dead wood in their
membership. This followed our t...
The Rotary Foundation
New Grant Model
• Training - we conducted a total of 14 ½ day sessions in the
district.
• DTTS, 6 PE...
Foundation Giving
We have experienced an increase in EREY as
the education and appreciation of TRF continues
to grow. More...
New Generations
• Our target was to charter 3 Rotaract Clubs and 6 Interact Clubs.
• We have chartered 6 Rotaract Clubs (1...
Fellow Rotarians, this is District 9210, moving forward Engaging
Rotary, Changing Lives.
Looking forward to lighting Rotar...
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  1. 1. DISTRICT 9210 STATE OF THE DISTRICT ROTA APRIL 2014 – DAR ER SALAAM
  2. 2. District 9210 • Multi country • Malawi, Zambia , Mozambique and Zimbabwe • 62 Clubs
  3. 3. District Goals • District 9210 has had a year of both successes and challenges to date. • Our Goals for the year were; – Supporting and Strengthening Clubs – Membership Growth – net increase 3 per club (1505) – TRF - launch New Grant Model - Increase participation and support – Develop New Generations Programs
  4. 4. Support and Strengthening Clubs • Our district had become generally weak in administration among clubs with NON compliance order of the day. Club leadership skills and knowledge a cause for concern. • The district embarked on training and awareness and built in specific sessions to deal with these issues at DTTS and at PETS. • Achievements; • 100% Rotary Africa updates for the year • 80 % RI Officers Submission • 100% RI Dues remittance • 80% Monthly attendance reporting • 90% Grant Reporting • 60% increase in District Dues Collections
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  6. 6. Support and Strengthening Clubs (2) • Our District Leadership Training program (Potential Rotary Leadership Program) had a boost of 22 New Graduates in MPRLS 5 in March 2014. • We are implementing District Software system DacDB to enhance our district and club Administration and better manage our Data Base and reporting by clubs.
  7. 7. Membership Factors affecting Membership; Economic decline/ stagnation (Ziim / Malawi) Conflict affecting accessibility (Mozambique) Ageing Clubs ( failing to attract Younger members)
  8. 8. Membership Opportunities Growth Centres (Zambia) New Generation Clubs Increase in women participation
  9. 9. Membership Goals • Clubs started the year with clean ups by terminating dead wood in their membership. This followed our thrust that membership should be based on Engagement and not just numbers with Rotarians missing in action and not meeting obligations. • Target for the year – 1505. • July 2013 - 1409 • March 2014 - 1398 • Net decrease - (11) • Revised June 2014 - 1459 = 3% • No new clubs were organised this Rotary year.
  10. 10. The Rotary Foundation New Grant Model • Training - we conducted a total of 14 ½ day sessions in the district. • DTTS, 6 PETS, District Conference + 6 Foundation Seminars. Attendance was very high. We also set very stringent rules for club qualification in the New Grant Program. Clubs Qualified – 38 (61%) Global Grant Applications – 24 Global Grants Approved -- 8 Value of Projects - $520 000
  11. 11. Foundation Giving We have experienced an increase in EREY as the education and appreciation of TRF continues to grow. More clubs now opt to include in the club dues. Target 2013/14 - $140 900 To date - $ 85 960 61% to target
  12. 12. New Generations • Our target was to charter 3 Rotaract Clubs and 6 Interact Clubs. • We have chartered 6 Rotaract Clubs (18) and 16 Interact Clubs (122) • Re launched our youth Exchange, with 10 outgoing and 2 inbound already in. 13 set for outbound in coming year. • Our First RYLA in nearly 10 years took place in April • The youth programs have grown both in numbers and level of activity and become quite strong.
  13. 13. Fellow Rotarians, this is District 9210, moving forward Engaging Rotary, Changing Lives. Looking forward to lighting Rotary even more in 2014/15 Stella Dongo Governor D9210

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