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Earlier today we handed over a variety of items to NVRF as part of our service project.
In collaboration with the Rotary Club of  Indianapolis, we refurbished the NVRF kindergarten class; painted, roofed as well as bought desks, tables and chairs for the teachers, cabinets, school uniforms and provided the kids with books.

#Serviceaboveself #Peopleofaction

In celebration of women's month, we are hosting a "Swahili High Tea" on the 31st of March 2018 (Saturday) at Terrace Lounge & Restaurant from 11 AM.

There will be a panel discussion on sexual harassment at workplace and a delicious spread of some Swahili food for brunch.

Come dressed in your best African attire as the best outfit will win a prize.

Please RSVP to confirm your attendance.


On Saturday 10th March our club; Rotary Club of Dar es Salaam North, provided 100 trees to the Kisiju Pwani Primary school as part of the Rotary International Mission Green Initiative.
Rotary Club of Dar es Salaam North has today provided 500 trees to six schools in the Kisarawe municipality as part of the Rotary International Mission Green Initiative.
The trees which were a mixture of fruit and shade trees were handed over to the Town Mayor of Kisarawe Ali Mkomwa and Head Teachers of the Schools which are beneficiaries of the trees.
The schools included were Chanzige A and B, and Kibasila primary schools. Minaki, Kimani and Chanzige Secondary Schools.

The holidays are upon us and what better way to celebrate than with friends and family.

Join us for a fun and festive filled evening next week on Tuesday the 19th of December at George & Dragon from 6 pm.

Happy holidays everyone. See you there!


Join us tomorrow 31st October 2017 from 6 pm at La Veranda Tapa's Bar for some fun trivia and delicious food.
Get to know the members, the club and what Rotary is all about while having fun.
United against Polio.
#WorldPolioDay #Serviceaboveself #ThePowerofRotary
Where are we in the fight to end polio? What are our successes and challenges? Find out during a live event on World Polio Day. Endpolio.org
Earlier last week we donated 2,760 exercise books to the NVRF Kindergarten school in Mabibo.
The kids waving their books with gratitude.
President Emma handing over the books to the kindergarten students of NVRF Mabibo.
President Emma handing over the books to the Director of NVRF Mr. Peter Kiangi,  the chairman and executive of the local government Mr. Yusuph Kilema and Mzee Mswahili.
Looking for a place to unwind after work today?
Join us and the Rotary Club of Dar es Salaam Mikocheni, for a social "CHILL" out evening with drinks, food and raffle at 305 the BOKS from 6 pm.
Do not miss out.
Our member Rotarian Salem Tesfalul with the three nurses receiving midwifery training in Australia, presenting at the Mandurah District Rotary club on the Ghawa program. They were flanked by the three past District Governers of Mandurah District.
A member of our club, Rotarian Robina Namusisi donated a laptop earlier last week to Chelangat who is studying law at Uganda Christian University as a way to help her accomplish her studies.
Chelangat who was brought to our attention by DG Kenneth during his visit to our club helped out during the late Rtn Sam Owori's funeral without knowing who he was. She truly embodies the Rotary motto of "Service above self" and in return, we were honored to help her out.
We wish her nothing but the best!
Greetings Fellow Rotarians of D9211 as we start a new Rotary year.  
Rotary International President (2016-17) John Germ’s theme Rotary Serving Humanity gets back to the basics of Rotary.  He said in his address to the incoming Governors that we all have been given a great opportunity – the opportunity to go and serve our communities and to make them better.  And that is the basis of being a Rotarian – to Serve above Self.
The 2016-17 Rotary year is also a very special year for us – we will be celebrating the Centennial of the formation of The Rotary Foundation.  The then president of RI, Arch Klumph, came up with an idea of starting an endowment to do good in the world.  From that $26.50 starting donation from a club, our foundation has now grown to just under $1 Billion.
And, therefore, our main focus in the coming year will be on the Foundation.  We will support the Foundation not just by giving but by utilizing it as well in the form of Grants.  On the giving side, we will look not only at increasing our regular giving but also other ways like promoting the Bequest Society, Paul Harris Society, etc.  We also need to make sure that every single Rotarian in our district contributes something – even if it is $5 – to the Foundation.  At present, 44% of Rotarians in our district have not contributed at all to the Foundation.
Therefore, our first focus will be the Foundation for the coming year.  But to enable us to do this, we will need to look at our Membership – both in terms of new recruitment as well as, and even more so, retention.  Over the past few years, we have lost nearly 70% of those we had recruited within 2 years.  We need to ask ourselves – why are we losing these members?  Is it because we did not target the right people or is it because we are not giving them value for their time and money?  
So to support our Foundation, we need to retain our members as well as recruit new ones to grow.  In order to do this, we need to build our Brand of Rotary.  We need to make Rotary visible and well known in our communities.  Too often we do great work in our communities and then keep quiet about it.  We need to showcase our achievements and make them widely known.  Rotary should become a brand that would make people want to aspire to be associated with.
Therefore, as we build our Brand of Rotary, we will retain and attract new members and this will enable us to support our Foundation better. 
I look forward to working with you all in the coming year to serve humanity.

Rotary’s founder, Paul Harris, believed that serving humanity is “the most worthwhile thing a person can do,” RI President-elect John F. Germ said, and that being a part of Rotary is a “great opportunity” to make that happen.

Germ unveiled the 2016-17 presidential theme, Rotary Serving Humanity, to incoming district governors on 18 January at the International Assembly in San Diego, California, USA.

“I believe everyone recognizes the opportunity to serve Rotary for what it truly is: not a small opportunity, but a great one; an opportunity of a lifetime to change the world for the better, forever through Rotary’s service to humanity,” said Germ.

Rotary members around the globe are serving humanity by providing clean water to underdeveloped communities, promoting peace in conflict areas, and strengthening communities through basic education and literacy. But none more important than our work to eradicate polio worldwide, he said.

After a historic year in which transmission of the wild poliovirus was stopped in Nigeria and all of Africa, Germ said we are closer than ever to ending polio.

“We are at a crossroads in Rotary,” he added. “We are looking ahead at a year that may one day be known as the greatest year in Rotary’s history: the year that sees the world’s last case of polio.”

Last year’s milestones leave just two countries, Afghanistan and Pakistan, where the virus still circulates. Polio would be only the second human disease ever to be eradicated.

When that moment arrives, it’s “tremendously important” that Rotary is ready for it, said Germ. “We need to be sure that we are recognized for that success, and leverage that success into more partnerships, greater growth, and even more ambitious service in the decades to come.”

Germ, a member of the Rotary Club of Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA, encouraged attendees to return to their clubs and communities and spread the word about Rotary’s role in the fight for a polio-free world.

“People who want to do good will see that Rotary is a place where they can change the world. Every Rotary club needs to be ready to give them that opportunity,” Germ said.

Enhancing Rotary’s image isn’t the only way to boost membership. “We need clubs that are flexible, so our service will be more attractive to younger members, recent retirees, and working people.”

He added: “We need more willing hands, more caring hearts, and more bright minds to move our work forward.”

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Dar North

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 06:00 PM
Best Western Plus Peninsula Hotel
Haile Selassie Road, Oysterbay.
Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania  P.O.Box 6015
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