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  • Governor Neil Muir, Mr. President xxxxxxx, Rotarians., we ’re GSE Team from district 4430 ....My name is ..... I would like thank you all for the opportunity and talk about Brazil and our district.
  • Here we have our District 4430 with 60 clubs and more than a thousand and 3 hundred rotarians, a picture of our governor Ennio Caramella
  • My name is Paulo Kenzo Uemura, from RC Sao Paulo Liberndade, Im business director of Magic City a Water Park Resort.
  • Nome idade – seguir profile
  • Hello everybody, My name is Erick Miranda, I am a 30-years-old nursing student sponsored by Rotary Club Suzano South. I am married to Fabiana and my wife is a 25-years-old beautician. In my free time I am a volunteer in a nursing home and I also take part of a university project to teach children of very poor neighborhoods about personal hygiene.
  • Well, this is my family. The oldest people in the picture are my father, my mother and my grandmother. I have two sisters and a brother and they are married and older than me. I have two nephews, a niece and a grandniece too. The mother christmas and the dog christmas are my wife (Fabiana) and our baby (Sophie).
  • These pictures were taken Ireland when we lived in there.
  • My name is Rafael Bobrow, I am 26 years old and I am sponsored by Rotary Club of São Paulo Cambuci. I have a degree in Publicity and Advertising in 2008 and since them I’ve been working in a Advertising Agency doing Brands, campaigns, advertising and visual identities. Before I start my current job I had a partnership on my family textile industry (we produced uniforms for schools, offices). We closed the business in 2008. In this picture I’m directing an ad that I have created for TV. On the right it’s some of my work friends making jokes for the picture. And below that it’s some of my 3D illustration jobs. A MINI COOPER and a HERO.
  • Here is some of my family pictures. My parents (Arnaldo and Marcia). My grandparents who lives in São Paulo and on the right my grandmother. She lives In São José do Rio Preto. It’s 400 quilometers far from São Paulo. In the middle it’ s me and my brothers. My Brother Alexandre and my sister Adriana. On the right we are having a family dinner and here is my cousins, my uncle, my brothers and my mother. Like you can see I love Pets I have 6 pets. 5 cat living with me in my apartment and One dog Living in my country house.
  • Beside the work I have a lot of hobbies and one of that is Rotaract. This Is my Rotaract Club. Here Is me in a Fantasy Partie Here I’working in a project of rotaract an
  • Kenzo Now We ’re going to make a brief statement about the following topics, like (you tell the content)
  • Kenzo Here we have a Brazilian Flag were Green Represents the forests, Yellow represents the weath Blue represents the sky a white represents peace
  • Kenzo Our President,.... Dilma Rousseff .... First time the we have a woman as a president (you can comment about the slide  -  text inside) Brasilia is the capital, (is in the midlands) that was built in 1960 and projected iby Oscar Niemeyer  (famous architect)
  • Kenzo As we can see ....Some figures More than 8 million and half square kilometers 192 million habitants (people)
  • Kenzo Here are some graphs Our GDP is on the increase  in several different markets gross domestic product The figures have been increasing and (of course) the unemp. rate is decreasing There are some important issues that make our economy stable Ethanol – leading producer, Oil (pre-salt) –We have discovered a big pre-salt oil reserve....recently And we have big rivers that provide energy There are big supply of water and land After the olympics here in Rio 2016
  • Vitor Of course, we have several good things in our country but I ’d like to show you one part our biggest challenges, like social and economical problems (e.g. drugs, poverty, etc), Our country doesn’t have parties and happiness every time. This example on the left side shows na unequal condition in our society, but it’s not all. Other example that I ‘d like to comment is about an absence of investments in our entire country , not only in transportation, but in general infrastructure.
  • Vitor Talking about our city, Paulista Avenue is the most important avenue of Latin America , that represents a real portrait of our economy. Only for information, it has the most expensiive meter square of Latin America, if you compare business areas.
  • Vitor Despite the fact that são Paulo is an industrial city, it has many parks, but the most famous is Ibirapuera , that cover xxx m2 in the heart of São Paulo city. The biggest one is Carmo ‘s Park, being located 20 km on the lest side of the city. Our city is growing so fast, but in our point of view, we believe that the leisure for us, citizens, must be make part of the iniciatives to become São Paulo the best metropolitan area of South America
  • Erick As expected, football is the most practiced sport in Brazil. São Paulo has got many football teams, like Santos (Pelé ’ s team), Corinthians, Palmeiras and the most important team 3 times world champion São Paulo F.C. Morumbi is the biggest stadium in São Paulo. Lots of famous players, like Ronaldo, Rivaldo, Kaká played football in one of those teams.
  • E You can see part of the Amazon River which is not only the largest river in the world, but also home for uncountable reptiles, fish and amphibians. Amazon Rainforest, Amazon Jungle or simply Amazonia is considered the lungs of our planet and the largest area of the forest is located in Brazil. More than one-third of all species in the world live in the Amazon Rainforest. Deforestation has declined significantly in the Brazilian Amazon since 2004 and we hope to decline the deforestation even more in the future. rick
  • Erick In the picture you can take a look at the amazing Iguacu falls located at the border of Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina. They are the widest waterfalls in the world and even the name of the river Iguacu comes from the Tupi Indian language: “ I ” means “ water ” and “ Guacu ” means “ big ” . Upon seeing Iguazu, the United States' First Lady  Eleanor Roosevelt reportedly exclaimed " Poor  Niagara !"
  • Rafael Lots of people remember about RJ when they talk about Brasil. However, the most bealtiful beaches are in the Northeast Coast.
  • Rafael
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  • Brazil has a very eclectic style in their culture. In every corner of the country has its particular style and strong festive. Some examples are lining, Frevo, ax, samba, amongst others.
  • Scrumptious “churrascos”, and delectable “caipirinhas”, that is all part of a toothsome and yummy Sunday in the Brazilian families. Every country has it’s staple diet, and Brazil is no different. Food in brazil revolves around three key things, arroz, which is White Rice, feijão, which are the Black beans, and farinha, which is like flour. These are all frequently eaten with red meat, these basically make up the traditional feijoada or churrasco.  To accompany these delectable dishes there is Brazil’s national cocktail, the “caipirinha” made cachaça (sugar cane rum), lime and sweetened with sugar.
  • When we think of Brazil and sports what comes to mind is Pele and the national team, 5 times world Champion. Football, as we know it, is not the only think we are proud of. Brazilians are crazy about Ayrton Senna, with his amazing history in F1, for example. In tennis we had Gustavo Kuerten, best known as Guga in Brazil, with his colorful clothes and his Roland Garros titles. The national volleyball team is also one to mention, 9 times Champion of the world, 7 of those in a row, from 2003 to 2010. (and) In swimming we have Cesar Cielo, that holds the two world records of 50 and 100 meters. ////////////////exciuir Voted best Ibero-American athlete of the year 2009 [4] and best athlete of the decade the magazine Sport Life
  • I take this opportunity to invite you all to come to Brazil ... We re going to have the world cup opening in Sao Paulo 2014 and Rotary International Convention in 2015 In conclusion.. That was our presentation .Thanks you all for your attention..
  • Final presentation gse 4430 2011

    1. 2. Our District Governor Ennio Caramella <ul><li>60 Rotary Clubs </li></ul><ul><li>9 Interacts </li></ul><ul><li>23 Rotaracts </li></ul><ul><li>1395 Rotarians </li></ul>
    2. 3. <ul><li>Paulo Kenzo Uemura – Team Leader </li></ul><ul><li>33 years old </li></ul><ul><li>Business & Marketing Director </li></ul><ul><li>RC São Paulo Liberdade </li></ul>Team Members
    3. 4. Team Members
    4. 5. Vitor Rossatti Jr. – Team Member 34 years old Management Systems Analyst Sponsor Club: RC São Paulo Aclimação Team Members
    5. 6. Team Members
    6. 7. Team Members
    7. 8. Erick Rosa de Miranda –Team Member 29 years old Nursering Student Sponsor Club: RC Suzano South Team Members
    8. 9. Team Members
    9. 10. Team Members
    10. 11. Ana Clécia do Nascimento–Team Member 28 years old Personal Trainer Sponsor Club: RC São Paulo Freguesia do Ó Team Members
    11. 12. Team Members
    12. 13. Team Members
    13. 14. Rafael Bobrow - Team Member 26 years old Creative & Art Director Sponsor Club: RC São Paulo Cambuci Team Members
    14. 15. Team Members
    15. 16. Team Members
    16. 17. <ul><li>Brazilian Flag </li></ul><ul><li>Figures </li></ul><ul><li>Government System </li></ul><ul><li>Brazil GDP </li></ul><ul><li>Social Challenges </li></ul><ul><li>Overview of São Paulo </li></ul><ul><li>Amazon </li></ul><ul><li>Iguaçu Falls </li></ul><ul><li>Famous Beaches </li></ul><ul><li>Religion </li></ul><ul><li>Language </li></ul><ul><li>Music and Dance </li></ul><ul><li>Food </li></ul><ul><li>Sports </li></ul>Content
    17. 18. Green represents the forests Yellow represents the wealth Blue represents the sky White represents peace Brazilian Flag
    18. 19. Dilma Rousseff Government System National Congress of Brazil <ul><li>Federative Republic with a democratic state of rights (Presidential system) </li></ul><ul><li>Brasília is the capital, that was built in 1960 and projected in the airplane shape by Oscar Niemeyer </li></ul>
    19. 20. Figures <ul><li>8,514,876,599 km 2 </li></ul><ul><li>% 47 of South America </li></ul><ul><li>Fifth largest country in the world </li></ul><ul><li>192 million people living </li></ul><ul><li>8 th economy in the world. It will be the 5 th in 2020, according with market projections </li></ul><ul><li>14,000 km Atlantic coast </li></ul><ul><li>World’s leading producers of coffee, orange, cattle, soy, coal and important producer of jewelry, airplanes, cars, etc. </li></ul>
    20. 21. <ul><li>Strong internal market </li></ul><ul><li>Energy (ethanol, oil, rivers) </li></ul><ul><li>Water & Land (Livestock & farming) </li></ul><ul><li>Sports Events </li></ul>Brazil GDP Unemployment rate (%)
    21. 22. Social Challenges <ul><ul><li>Shanty Towns = Favelas </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Exceeded traffic = Trânsito </li></ul></ul>10% of Brazilians receiving 42.7% of the nation's income, while the poorest 10% receive less than 1.2% Absence of investments planning (e.g. there’s no Underground Transportation that involve all neighborhoods)
    22. 23. Overview of São Paulo
    23. 24. Overview of São Paulo
    24. 25. Overview of São Paulo
    25. 26. The Amazon Rainforest covers a large portion of our country (almost 55%). Brazil , Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana have part of this complex. Amazon <ul><li>Largest river in the world (volume that reaches 10 miles wide) </li></ul>
    26. 27. Iguaçu Falls <ul><li>The Iguaçu Falls are located at the boarder of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay, which is called Tríplice Fronteira. The falls divide the river Igua ç u into the upper and lower Iguazu. The Iguaçu River originates near the city of  Curitiba . It flows through Brazil for most of its course. Below its confluence with the San Antonio River, the Iguaçu River forms the boundary between Brazil and Argentina. </li></ul><ul><li>The widest falls in the world </li></ul>
    27. 28. Jericoaquara = elected by the Washington Post as one of the Top 10 most beautiful beaches in the world Fernando de Noronha = an archipelago of 21 islands in the Atlantic Ocean, around 220 miles offshore from the Brazilian coast. Famous beaches <ul><li>Tropical weather all over the Country; </li></ul><ul><li>Average temperatures from 17°C up to 28°C, including the south; </li></ul>
    28. 29. The main religion of Brazil is Catholicism (73%), followed by Protestantism (15%), Spiritism (1,3%) and others like Umbanda , Candomblé, Budism , etc. Religion
    29. 30. <ul><li>The official language is Portuguese (Portugal colonization) </li></ul><ul><li>Influences of French, Spanish, Italian and Brazilian Indian Languages: </li></ul>Language
    30. 31. Brazilian rhytms of music: Samba, Forro, Bossa Nova, Brazilian Popular Music and Axé. Music and dance
    31. 32. <ul><li>Caipirinha = Brazil's national cocktail, made with different brands of cachaça , sugar and lime </li></ul><ul><li>Cachaça is Brazil's most common distilled alcoholic beverage </li></ul>Food Feijoada is a traditional dish with black beans, rice and pork Churrasco (barbecue) at Brazil is made using some different types of cut, like Picanha, Maminha, Cupim, etc
    32. 33. Sports Ayrton Senna: our best ever F1 driver Five times Champion of FIFA World Cup New generation of champions (tennis, volleyball, etc)
    33. 34. Brazil, why not? Rotary International Convention São Paulo - 2015