Chennai Rotarians extend friendship to visit District 9211 Nuwa Nnyanzi 2018-10-01 21:00:00Z 0
Posted by Catherine Njuguna on Oct 01, 2018
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Betty Sonda studied Civil Engineering at the St. Joseph University College of Engineering & Technology in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Her inability to get a job after graduating led her down the entrepreneurship and innovation path. 

She is addressing an important and yet often overlooked challenge in menstrual hygiene issues, the disposal of female hygiene towels which are often made up of non-degradable materials.

Betty Sonda: Pioneering local biodegradable sanitary pads in Tanzania Catherine Njuguna 2018-09-30 21:00:00Z 0
Posted by Sharmila Bhatt on Oct 01, 2018
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My journey so far has taken me to 69 Rotary clubs, many Rotaract, Interact clubs and project visits which has made me richer in understanding the work of Rotarians, Rotaractors and Interactors the Rotary family in our district. Rotarians in clubs I visited had one common desire and that is to provide service to communities which is the very reason of our existence as Rotary clubs.

DG’S Message - October 2018 Sharmila Bhatt 2018-09-30 21:00:00Z 0
Posted by Catherine Njuguna on Sep 03, 2018
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EDITOR’S NOTE

October is dedicated to Economic and Community Development. Recently Rotary simplified the themes and so, Economic and Community Development is simply Growing local economies. October is also important as World Polio Day is commemorated this month, on 24th October. As Rotary, we make use of the day to celebrate our achievements and to remind the world that we are ‘this close’ to eradicating the disease from the face of the earth and ask for more support. 

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Posted by Flavia Serugo on Sep 03, 2018
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Over 30,000 participants both young and old took part in the 7th edition of the Rotary Cancer run held on 26th August 2018 that took place in Kampala and other 30 towns across the country.  In Kampala, the Chief Rumer and Government Chief whip Hon Ruth Nankabirwa flagged off the race which had categories of 21killometres, followed by 10 and 5 kilometers runners. 

Other notable guests included the Vice President of Uganda Rotarian Edward Sekandi, Rotary District 9211 Governor Sharmila Bhatt, Rotary District and country officials as well as many Corporate organizations. A net total of about Shs 770m was raised.

 

Cancer Run 2018 United Together Against Cancer Flavia Serugo 2018-09-02 21:00:00Z 0
Posted by sarah on Sep 02, 2018
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The Polio Plus Committee held a meeting to brief the polio officers about their role in the “End Polio Campaign” on 11th August 2018 at Shanghai Restaurant in Kampala, Uganda. It was attended by members of the Polio Plus Committee, various Polio officers from different clubs, officials from the World Health Organisation (WHO), Ministry of Health and Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA).
Polio plus committee holds meeting for club officers sarah 2018-09-01 21:00:00Z 0
Posted by Young Kimaro on Sep 02, 2018
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Rotarian Faye Cran has lived in Tanzania for over 60 years where she started a chicken business from scratch that today processes over 50,000 chickens a week, earning her the name Mama kuku. 

In addition to her passion for chicken business, Mama Kuku was passionate about growing Rotary. In 2008/9, during her term as the Rotary country chair, Tanzania, she saw a total of 22 Rotary clubs formed and over 550 new members inducted - a record for the contry! Mama kuku is also one of the only two Arch Klumpf Society members in the district.

Rtn Young Kimaro, from RC Mwika and the country membership chair for Tanzania, interviewed Faye to get an insight on how she achieved this and the lessons learned.

Faye Cran ‘Mama kuku’ Champion of Rotary Growth in Tanzania Young Kimaro 2018-09-01 21:00:00Z 0
Posted by Denis Jjuuko on Aug 05, 2018
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A few months ago, a friend had his father diagnosed with prostate cancer and they had to fly him to India for treatment. As he ran around for the visa at the Indian High Commission in Kampala, he realized that there were about 100 people everyday submitting papers for medical visas.

"I am RUNNING FOR UGANDA" Denis Jjuuko 2018-08-04 21:00:00Z 0
Posted by Jackee Budesta Batenda on Aug 05, 2018
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In this month’s series of inspiring Rotarians, we feature Paul Mushaho, founding member of the Rotaract Club of Nakivale established in a refugee settlement in Uganda to serve the refugee community. Paul is a refugee himself, forced to flee his country and family due to war and start a new life in the refugee camp in Uganda. Wave writer, Jackee Budesta Batanda,  brings us his story. 

RTR Paul Mushaho: Bringing hope to the refugeecommunity at Nakivale, Uganda Jackee Budesta Batenda 2018-08-04 21:00:00Z 0
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By Neema Rubaba, Rotaract Club of Kairuki.

It was a beautiful Saturday morning of June 23rd 2018 though it had started all chilly and rainy scaring us.  But thank God it didn’t last too long and soon the sun was out, shining brightly from a clear blue sky and we had it was a jolly, colorful and event. We, volunteers and the organizers of the first ever Rotary Goat Races, The Rotary Club of Oysterbay, arrived early, listened attentively listening to our instructions for the day. 

WAKANDA GOAT ARE YOU? WAKANDA EXPERIENCE DID YOU HAVE? My day at the Rotary goat races 2018-07-07 21:00:00Z 0
Posted by Ben Waira
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On Saturday 9th June 2018, members of the Rotary Mariners of East Africa – Uganda Fleet, affiliated to the International Yachting Fellowship of Rotarians (IYFR) visited an informal group - the Buhadyo and Mikombe Mariners Group in Butaleja, Eastern Uganda on the invitation by the group to find out about its developments since inception in 2015.

The initial objective was to improve on the safety and transportation on the water body connecting Butalejja to Kibuku District. It takes more than an hour to cross over, wading through the water hyacinth, on make-shift trunks (boats) that are curved out of long tree branches. These small “boats” carry up to five people if there is cargo/luggage (cattle and bicycles). The transportation system is also a challenge for school going children, so it’s the teachers who cross over to go to teach.

ROTARY MARINERS NAVIGATE TO BUTALEJA Ben Waira 2018-07-04 21:00:00Z 0
Posted by Flavia Serugo
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Grace Nanyonga Mugisha was born on 8th October 1984 to the Late Anna Maria Nakisozi and Joseph Kazibwe . She is the second child out of seven and grew up in the outskirts of Banda Kireka. Orphaned at the age of twelve, Grace was left with the responsibility of taking care of her siblings after relatives sold off their property. To fend for the family, she did roast maize and later used the capital to start selling chicken on a sigiri (Local Stove) which earned her a name Chicken by her peers. She has travelled all over the world telling her story and motivating youth and women in entrepreneurship. Currently She is a Rotarian and Inspirational President of the Rotary Club of Mukono Central

The Wave magazine reporter reached out to Grace and below are excerpts of the Interview.

MEET THE INSPIRATIONAL PRESIDENT GRACE NYANYONGA Smoking her way up! Flavia Serugo 2018-07-04 21:00:00Z 0
Commemorating the World Refugee day with Rotaract at Nakivale refugee camp 2018-06-20 21:00:00Z 0
EASTERN AFRICAROTARY PROJECTS FOR FUNDING Geoffrey Haabaasa 2018-06-19 21:00:00Z 0
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My Family of Rotary: The Rotary Year 2017-2018 ends on June 30, 2017. This is my last monthly message as your District Governor. As I said in my May message, I had an amazing journey as your District Governor. My Rotary wheel has come full circle at the District level. I am now going to be a Past District Governor.

On the Rotary calendar, June is Rotary Fellowships Month. Fellowship is a great theme this month as each leader plans to pass their responsibility to the new leadership. I wish our incoming leaders 2018-2019 the very best. As we plan to start the new year, it is important that we reflect on our Rotary journey during the Rotary year 2017-2018. If you failed to give support, it is now time to reflect on why you joined Rotary. Rotarians are supposed to be fully committed to helping others in addition to having fun, but most important Rotarians should make a difference.

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