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              Consistent with its philosophy to help directly the people that need it, Rotary eClubOne as a very special approach in donating money directly to their members to help them handle the crisis in their community. 



           Rotary eClubOne wants to remain active in helping fellow citizens anywhere in the world following a disaster. For this, a Disaster Relief Committee was created by the Rotary eClubOne early 2011.  Rotary eClubOne wants to send help in form of money rapidly to a specific person or small group.  Rotary eClubOne does not usually send funds to large international organizations.  Rotary eClubOne prefers to send it to local clubs through their own members for them to give to a specific person or a specific family in need.  Rotary eClubOne would send the funds to the club for them to present it to the affected people.  For the latest example, see DKSHA in Articles to the right.



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President Nominee 2018-19

Sam Owori is selected to be 2018-19 Rotary president

Samuel Frobisher Owori, a Ugandan businessman and a member of the Rotary Club of Kampala, will become president-nominee on 1 October.


The 2016-17 Nominating Committee for President of Rotary International has unanimously nominated Samuel Frobisher Owori, of the Rotary Club of Kampala, Uganda, to be the president of Rotary International in 2018-19. He will be declared the president-nominee on 1 October if no challenging candidates have been suggested.

Owori says he sees in Rotary "an incredible passion to make a difference." As president, he plans to "harness that enthusiasm and pride so that every project becomes the engine of peace and prosperity."

Owori's chief concerns as a Rotary leader are membership and extension. Since he served as district governor, the number of clubs in Uganda has swelled from nine to 89. He urges past, present, and future leaders to work together to engage more women, youth program participants, alumni, and community members to increase Rotary's membership in the coming years.

"There are many places which need Rotary and numerous potential members who have never been invited," he says. "The problem is Rotarians who got in and closed the doors."

Owori is chief executive officer of the Institute of Corporate Governance of Uganda. Before that, he was executive director of the African Development Bank, managing director of Uganda Commercial Bank Ltd., and director of Uganda Development Bank. He has studied law, employment relations, business management, corporate resources management, microfinance, and marketing at institutions in England, Japan, Switzerland, Tanzania, and the United States, including Harvard Business School.

Since becoming a member in 1978, Owori has served Rotary as regional Rotary Foundation coordinator, regional RI membership coordinator, and RI Representative to the United Nations Environment Program and UN-Habitat. He has been a member or chair of several committees, including the International PolioPlus Committee, the Drug Abuse Prevention Task Force, and the Audit Committee. Most recently, Owori served as trustee of The Rotary Foundation, chair of The Rotary Foundation's Finance Committee, and a member of the Investment Committee. Owori is a Benefactor of The Rotary Foundation, and he and his wife, Norah, are Major Donors and Paul Harris Fellows.

9-Aug-2016

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