WELCOME TO d9214
2023/2024 THEME: CREATE HOPE IN THE WORLD
Rotary International District 9214 is made up of over 84 clubs with over 1500 members from the whole of Tanzania and part of Uganda, hence the name RID 9214 Tanzania & Uganda.
Rotaract Clubs have traditionally been started and hence sponsored by Rotary Clubs [which usually have the older generation of members], and many Rotary Clubs in a given geographical area are organised into Rotary International Districts (like District 9214 Tanzania & Uganda)
The membership of Rotaract in District 9214 is rather diverse with an almost equal ratio of male to female; we have diversity in professions from teachers, engineers, medical workers, IT specialists, entrepreneurs, students and what have you. The ages of Rotaractors are also rather uniformly represented, with Students ranging from 18 to 23 years while the young professionals ranging from 22 years onwards.
Here we are, in yet another Rotary Year – 2023/2024
An opportunity for us to lay out new strategies and formulate achievable goals. Our mandate as Rotaractors has not changed; to offer service to our communities through projects.
As we look forward to Creating Hope In The World this Rotary year, I call upon our dear Hopeful Presidents, all Rotaractors to prioritize Professional and Leadership Development for their members in order to offer them the best experience, carry out projects in line with Eliminating Polio, and be Peace Mediators.
All the above can only be achieved by hopeful minds, by people like you and me. That is why I would like to call upon all Rotaractors to make this a reality.Let us challenge ourselves to Create Hope In The World.
District Rotaract Representative
Goals Of Rotaract
- 1) – To develop professional and leadership skills
- 2) – To emphasise respect for the rights of others, and to promote ethical standards and the dignity for all useful occupations.
- 3) – To provide opportunity for young people to address the needs and concerns of the community and our world.
- 4) – To provide opportunity for working in cooperation with sponsoring Rotary Clubs.
- 5) – To motivate young people for eventual membership into Rotary.
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