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ROTARY CLUB OF KIHIHI (RCK) LAUNCHES A JOINT PROJECT WITH ITS SPONSORED YOUTH SERVICE CLUB
RCK shall eternally remember 27th September, 2014; since this date will go in the annals of RCK as a double plus - an inspirational, unique, and hence memorable milestone indeed. A double plus in that RCK launched a joint project with all its 9 Youth service Clubs to keep Kihihi Town clean.On the very same day; the Youth service Clubs launched their joint Signature or Flagship Project – the annual fundraising concert. It was a resounding success. On that day we were joined by Assistant Governor PP Alfred Okidi of the Rotary of Kampala, the RCK sponsor Club; as the Guest of honour for the occasion.
ROTARY CLUB OF KIHIHI (RCK) LAUNCHES A JOINT PROJECT WITH ITS SPONSORED YOUTH SERVICE CLUB Dr. BUKWIRWA Henry (PHF), Director TRF & International Service 2014-10-06
President's message 18-09-2014
Dear Rotarians, Rotaractors, Interactors and friends of Rotary,
 
The Youth Service Month always seems to bring new life to Rotary; the fact that we focus on our young people during the month of September, reinforces our view that without them, Rotary would die a natural death! Rotaractors and Interactors are the lifeblood of Rotary.
Our youth programs are some of the most important programs in Rotary since through these we have a unique opportunity to impact upon the lives of young people in so many ways. We need to integrate youth programs into our club activities and in our lives as Rotarians. Not only will we help shape the lives of these young people, we will also enrich our own lives and the life of our Rotary Clubs.
 
President's message 18-09-2014 2014-09-25
TAKING THE MUKONO PROJECT ONTO THE INTERNATIONAL STAGE
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As I prepared to conclude my hand-over report to my deputy,Rtn. PhionaBarungi, I mentioned to Rtn. Pres. David Kasingwire that I was taking off three weeks to go on vacation in the USA.
The President immediately requested that I promote our Mukono Hospital project to Rotarians and friends of Rotary while on vacation. I accepted the request because I thought that in the interest of the Club I would rather try and fail rather than fail to try.
 
My first stop was in London on 27 August 2014, where I stayed for four days.
While in London I visited two Rotary Clubs – the RC Westminster West (in central London) and the RC Brigg (in Lincolnshire).
In the RC Westminster West I met a visiting Rotarian from the RC Welshpool.
In the RC Brigg I met two visiting Rotarians from the RC Humberside and the RC Cleethorpes.
Whereas I visited only two Clubs in London, I managed to promote the project to five Clubs – thanks to the visiting Rotarians.
TAKING THE MUKONO PROJECT ONTO THE INTERNATIONAL STAGE Joseph Tinkamanyire 2014-09-24
President's message 4-09-14
Dear Rotarians, Rotaractors, Interactors and friends of Rotary,
 
Last Sunday, 31 August 2014 is one of those days that will always remain etched in our memories as Rotarians. If you do not know what I’m talking about, then you must have landed from Mars yesterday. The Rotary Cancer Run 2014 is what I am talking about. It was epic, it was amazing, and it was memorable! We run, we walked, families bonded, some rode while others came along in their baby prams but they participated nonetheless. Indeed, ROTARY WAS LIT. Non Rotarians who participated now want to join Rotary, while RINOs are now more enthused about Rotary and have promised to be more active than they have been before. Thank you all and congratulations to all of us upon the successful completion of the cancer run. Preliminary reports show that we beat the UGX 300 million target and even surpassed it.
President's message 4-09-14 David Kasingwire 2014-09-04
Youths in Rotary
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The month of September is not only the New Generations months but it’s a time to reflect on the future of rotary and taking deliberate action to secure it through youth service. One African proverb says; let me paraphrase, ‘the young trees make the forest strong’ and another says, ‘plant a forest by planting a single tree’ and lastly ‘the best time to plant a tree is twenty years ago but the second best time is now’. I just want to emphasize the fact that each and every one of us has a role to play and now is the best time.
 
Take off a minute and ask yourself how you have played your role!
New Generations refers to the youngest generation in the family of Rotary which include: Interact, Rotaract, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA), and Rotary Youth Exchange and allow me to add the ‘infantractors’. Past RI President Luis Vicente Giay coined the term New Generations when he shared his belief that the future of Rotary relied on involving young people in the organization’s programs and activities. At the 1996 RI Convention in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, he said:  “Our vision for the future, now more than ever, is the difference between success and failure. The New Generations are our investment in the future. Let us begin to build that future today.”  In 2010, New Generations Service became Rotary’s fifth Avenue of Servicedefined in article 5 of the Standard Rotary Club Constitution:
Youths in Rotary Herbert Kasiita 2014-09-03
RI President's Message for September
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GARY C.K. HUANG

R.I President 2014-15

September 2014

One of the great privileges of being president of Rotary International is having the chance to visit so many parts of the Rotary world. Usually I travel to participate in Rotary events; speak at Rotary clubs, conferences, and institutes; and encourage Rotarians in their service. But as president, I am responsible for all branches of the Rotary family. This means that it is also my privilege to support the service of Rotary's youngest generations: our Rotaractors, Interactors, Rotary Youth Exchange students, and Rotary Youth Leadership Awards participants.

RI President's Message for September RI President 2014-08-13
57 YEAR OLD CLUB BUILDS HOSPITAL
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He may be 83 years old and has been a Rotarian for over 30 years serving in the 57 year old Rotary Club of Kampala but Rotarian George Kasedde Mukasa has not seen Rotarians lighting up Rotary as he did on 26thJuly, 2014
57 YEAR OLD CLUB BUILDS HOSPITAL James Serugo 2014-08-13
UNLEARNING FOR TRANSFORMATIVE RELEARNING AND THE TEN FACES OF SEXUALITY IN AFRICA
It is a great honour for me to have this opportunity to speak to the Rotary Club of Kampala.  This afternoon I am going to talk about two subjects that are close to my heart.  They may seem disparate but are actually related.  It is through unlearning that the ten faces of sexuality crystallize!  The first subject came to me as a result of my twenty-eight years’ experience as a university teacher.  I teach law at Makerere University and as most of you know at the Law School we only admit the crème de la crème of the lot that apply for university education.  But as many in my position discover very quickly with the majority our students, applying the concepts and principles of the law to any practical hypothetical situation poses a seemingly insurmountable challenge.  This is a direct result of the type of education that most of us are exposed to and the problem gets worse with each passing year.
UNLEARNING FOR TRANSFORMATIVE RELEARNING AND THE TEN FACES OF SEXUALITY IN AFRICA Prof. Sylvia Tamale 2014-07-17
Welcome to our website!
District Governor Harish Visits The Rotary Club Of Kampala
Club History
The Rotary Club of Kampala is the oldest Rotary Club in Uganda. Founded in May 1957, it meets at Grand Imperial hotel, kampala. The club is a member of Rotary International, the world’s largest humanitarian organization.
The club currently has a membership of 76 and all Paul Harris Fellows (PHFs)
The Rotary Club of Kampala has carried out a wide range of community service projects in various parts of the country.
Welcome to our website! Martin Ogang 2014-06-20
Quote of the Week - Who Said It?
We could never learn to be brave and patient, if there were only joy in the world.
Quote of the Week - Who Said It? Hope Waira 2010-09-15
Thought for the Week - Who Said It?
An optimist is the human personification of spring.
Thought for the Week - Who Said It? Hope Waira 2010-09-15
Mark Your Calendars!
Here you can post little tidbits of information, reminders, or anything else!
Mark Your Calendars! Hope Waira 2010-09-15
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Data on the server is protected by TCP/IP filtering, firewall and anti-virus software that protect against any unauthorized intrusion. Backups of data are made daily and stored off-site.
Security and Integrity of Your Data Martin Ogang
Integrated eBulletin for Easier Communication
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Integrated eBulletin for Easier Communication Martin Ogang