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On Tuesday 4th September, The Rotary Club of Oyster Bay will welcome the District Governor (DG) Sharmila Bhatt for the DG's Official Visit. This meeting will be one of the most important ones of the year and all members are required to be in attendance.
As this will be an extra special meeting, the times and formats have changed a little bit.
The agenda starts at 0630 and will complete by 0900.
The purpose of the District Governor’s visit:
  • To educate and support clubs in important Rotary issues and promoting the goals of the RI President.
  • They can and will provide attention to weak or struggling clubs.
  • Motivate Rotarians to participate in service activities.
  • Ensure that the constitution and bylaws of the clubs comply with the constitutional documents.
  • Learn about your club goals, their communities and to lend any assistance.
  • This is an opportunity for them to hear from clubs about how the district can better support them.
For every club member:
  • It is customary to greet the DG with a standing ovation upon introduction and after their speech.
  • Dress is NOT casual.
  • Invite your spouse/partner.  They are highly encouraged to attend. We love to have them involved in our club, and this will give them a great picture of what we are all about and what our focus will be for the year.
  • If you are a Paul Harris Fellow please wear your PHF Pin. 
  • Don't forget your Rotary pin!

The Rotary Club of Oyster Bay in Dar es Salaam provides medical services for the students of Msasani A and B schools in a one-day medical camp on the school’s premises. Students are offered medical check-ups, treatment and counseling for a number of medical conditions. The medical camp is part of the ongoing engagement of Rotary Oyster Bay to support the Msasani Primary Schools.


Due to an event the previous evening, the Meeting on February 6th will be cancelled. The next Meeting will be on February 13th at Salt Restaurant.
The 2017 Rotary Dar Marathon also covers the 42 kilometer distance. Stay tuned for more updates to come.
Or join us for the RDM launch Sundowner here.
Rotarian Esta Maro (right) thanked Tania Hamilton (left) for her speech about waste management in Dar es Salaam and Nipe Fagio, the NGO Hamilton is heading.
Join us for a good cause. Movie premier organized by the Rotary Club of Dar es Salaam Oyster Bay. All proceeds go to The Rotary Foundation which supports Polio Eradication, Maternal Health and Sanitation Projects Worldwide.
Ticket Price : USD 25 
Ticket Price: Tshs 55,000.
All Women Rotarians are highly encouraged to attend.
In preparing for the Medical Camp, a press conference was held today to inform the public about the upcoming Medical CAmp which will take place on Sunday 27th November, 2016 at Kerege in Bagamoyo.
A range of conditions including malaria, anaemia, diabetes and hypertension, ENT, skin, eyes, dental, and cervival cancer will be screened for and treated. Free spectacles will be handed out to people with poor vision ante-natal counselling will be provided to pregnant women along with free obstetric emergency kits.
The Medical Camp is sponsored by Diamond Trust Bank and organized in partnership with the Shree Hindu Mandal Hospital, Vital Supplies, Whitedent, vClick Concepts Inc, MAK Books and Brains, ABACUS Pharmaceuticals, Fazel Foundation with Rotarians and Rotaractors.
From Left to Right:  Rtn. Esta Maro, Rtn. Farida Versi, Ives Mlawi, representative from DTB, Alfred Woiso, President of Rotary Club of Oyster Bay, Sophia Mang'enya , Service Projects Director Rotary Club of Oyster Bay and Monica Nagale, representative from DTB.
The Rotary Club of Dar es Salaam Oyster Bay celebrated the completion and officially handed over a boundary wall donated by the club to Msasani A and Msasani B primary schools. The wall has been built to increase security around the schools for the protection of students as well as schools’ properties where prior to the building of the boundary wall, the students and the schools’ properties were subject to uncontrolled and unsafe activities.
The building of the wall which costs about Tshs 35 Milion was made possible with funds raised on one of the club’s fundraising activities. Different stakeholders donated to the cause and enabled the wall to be built which creates a safer learning environment to students especially to girls.
The wall is part of continued efforts done by the Rotary Club of Oyster Bay in improving learning condition at the schools. Some of the work already done at the schools include building of two libraries along with stocking of the libraries with various books, provision of clean and safe drinking water for the schools, a one day medical camp where screening and treating of various medical conditions was done, teachers training and planting of trees.
The handover ceremony was attended by the club’s members as well as various leaders of the Tanzania and Uganda Rotary District. The District Governor Mr. Jayesh Asher lead the handover of the wall to the two Msasani Primary Schools.