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14th April 2021, 12:42

Come learn about WASH Safe Water Projects ❤️

Panel Discussion on Thursday 22 April 2021 at 8pm Singapore Time 🇸🇬

Please use this YouTube link to watch the Panel Discussion 'live' as well as replays. 🔗
www.youtube.com/watch?v=2s43Wa7GIUM

The lack of access to clean water, sanitation facilities, and hygiene resources is one of the world’s biggest health problems — and one of the hardest to solve. Rotary has worked for decades to provide people with clean water by digging wells, laying pipes, providing filters, and installing sinks and toilets... But the biggest challenge has come after the hardware is installed. Too often, projects succeeded at first but eventually failed. Why?

#WeAreRotarians
#PeopleOfAction
#RotaryEclub3310
#RotaryOpensOpportunities ...

Come learn about WASH Safe Water Projects ❤️

Panel Discussion on Thursday 22 April 2021 at 8pm Singapore Time 🇸🇬

Please use this YouTube link to watch the Panel Discussion live as well as replays. 🔗
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2s43Wa7GIUM

The lack of access to clean water, sanitation facilities, and hygiene resources is one of the world’s biggest health problems — and one of the hardest to solve. Rotary has worked for decades to provide people with clean water by digging wells, laying pipes, providing filters, and installing sinks and toilets... But the biggest challenge has come after the hardware is installed. Too often, projects succeeded at first but eventually failed. Why?

#WeAreRotarians
#PeopleOfAction
#RotaryEclub3310
#RotaryOpensOpportunities

13th April 2021, 19:41

Rotary Club Of Kota Kinabalu PearlIt's almost here!!

ROTARY'S District Training Assembly (DISTAS) starts on 18th April 2021. DISTAS is designed to train elected Club officers to further develop leadership skills and refine strategies to bring their respective Clubs to greater heights of success, and achieve Club goals.

All the best to all Club officers elected for the next term RY2021/22.

#RotaryOpensOpportunities #District3310 #rotaryinternational #serviceaboveself #kotakinabalu #PeopleOfAction # ...

12th April 2021, 16:33

Rotary E-Club of 3310 – Panel Discussion – WASH Safe Water Projects

Thursday 22 April 2021 at 8pm Singapore Time 🇸🇬

The lack of access to clean water, sanitation facilities, and hygiene resources is one of the world’s biggest health problems — and one of the hardest to solve. Rotary has worked for decades to provide people with clean water by digging wells, laying pipes, providing filters, and installing sinks and toilets... But the biggest challenge has come after the hardware is installed. Too often, projects succeeded at first but eventually failed. Why?

Rotary WASH in Schools Challenge was a pilot program introduced to challenge Rotarians to develop sustainable water, sanitation, hygiene (collectively referred to as WASH), and education projects using the expertise and resources available through two of Rotary’s areas of focus: basic education and literacy and water and sanitation. India and Kenya were two of 5 countries chosen. The basic premise being clean water, better sanitation, teacher training, and hygiene education in schools can improve the health and education of children by creating a cycle of opportunity: improved education, increased school attendance, and improved academic performance.

Let's learn about Check Dams and how they can improve environment sustainably; effective soil and water conservation enable improved water supply, food security, health and incomes.

Also hear about Rotary E-Club 3310's decision to adopt the experimental Safe Water Garden Project in Bandung with our 1st WASH Global Grant application.

Together, let's learn and pick up some useful tips from the more experienced Panelists, namely, IPDG Jeff Yong, RC Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei, District 3310, PDG Ganesh Bhat, RC Dharwad Central, India, District 3170, PP Hemant Jagtap, RC Thane Premium, India, District 3142 and President Eddie Ho, Rotary E-Club 3310, Singapore, District 3310.

Please use this YouTube link to watch the Panel Discussion 'live' as well as replays. 🔗
www.youtube.com/watch?v=2s43Wa7GIUM

#WeAreRotarians
#PeopleOfAction
#SeviceAboveSelf
#RotaryEclub3310
#RotaryOpensOpportunities ...

Rotary E-Club of 3310 – Panel Discussion – WASH Safe Water Projects

Thursday 22 April 2021 at 8pm Singapore Time 🇸🇬

The lack of access to clean water, sanitation facilities, and hygiene resources is one of the world’s biggest health problems — and one of the hardest to solve. Rotary has worked for decades to provide people with clean water by digging wells, laying pipes, providing filters, and installing sinks and toilets... But the biggest challenge has come after the hardware is installed. Too often, projects succeeded at first but eventually failed. Why?

Rotary WASH in Schools Challenge was a pilot program introduced to challenge Rotarians to develop sustainable water, sanitation, hygiene (collectively referred to as WASH), and education projects using the expertise and resources available through two of Rotary’s areas of focus: basic education and literacy and water and sanitation. India and Kenya were two of 5 countries chosen. The basic premise being clean water, better sanitation, teacher training, and hygiene education in schools can improve the health and education of children by creating a cycle of opportunity: improved education, increased school attendance, and improved academic performance.

Lets learn about Check Dams and how they can improve environment sustainably; effective soil and water conservation enable improved water supply, food security, health and incomes.

Also hear about Rotary E-Club 3310s decision to adopt the experimental Safe Water Garden Project in Bandung with our 1st WASH Global Grant application.

Together, lets learn and pick up some useful tips from the more experienced Panelists, namely, IPDG Jeff Yong, RC Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei, District 3310, PDG Ganesh Bhat, RC Dharwad Central, India, District 3170, PP Hemant Jagtap, RC Thane Premium, India, District 3142 and President Eddie Ho, Rotary E-Club 3310, Singapore, District 3310.

Please use this YouTube link to watch the Panel Discussion live as well as replays. 🔗
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2s43Wa7GIUM

#WeAreRotarians
#PeopleOfAction
#SeviceAboveSelf 
#RotaryEclub3310
#RotaryOpensOpportunities

11th April 2021, 11:29

Rotary Club of Sentosa Singapore**Memories**

#rotaryclubsentosa #Rotary #rotaryclub #d3310 #singapore #Cambodia #phnompenh #siemreap #malaysia #mtkinabalu #biketoschool #communityservice #PeopleOfAction #ServiceAboveSelf ...

10th April 2021, 20:42

Rotary Club of Kulai today organised an outing to Kulai KCC Blue lake. It is such a beautiful scenery along the way to KCC blue lake.

古来扶轮社今天安排了古来蓝湖之旅。古来新景点象石山。 “象石山”是一座大小不一的石林,据说以其中一块石纹酷似象脸的石头为名,坐落土展区一座油棕园内,站在石头上往四周遥望, 犹如梯田般的茶园,特别是日出时分,更是美不胜收。碧绿的湖水及山背更是美得像一幅画。 ...

10th April 2021, 17:47

Rotary Club Of Kota Kinabalu PearlNOT yet into her term, but already RCKK Pearl's President-Elect Majella Tan Marquez is busy meeting up with members of the Club's incoming BOD for new RY2021/22 term.

Recently, on 06/04/21 PE Majella held a physical protem meeting at Zara Boutique Hotel Harbour City, just before the Club held its 16th regular meeting that same day, to discuss strategies for incoming term, and today at Sabah State Archive where she's also the Director, she held another meeting with Pearl's incoming BOD.

The physical meeting was attended by some of the current BOD who will continue to serve in the incoming RY2021/22 Board, - Club Treasurer Nar Chin Kiaw, Club International Service Director Rosie Chong, Club Service Director Caroline Paxton, Club SAA Roxana Jamaluddin, along with Rtn Fauziah Mat Noor and Rtn Celestina Chin. Today it was to discuss plans for Pan Borneo event.

Visiting Rotarian who joined the meeting as it was well underway, was PDG Datuk Hj Zainie Aucasa, from RCKK Pearl's sponsor Club, Rotary Club of Kota Kinabalu.

The meeting was a hybrid event, as some Pearls couldn't attend in person. Hence Club Community Service Director Tulip Noorazyze and Club Public Image Chair Norma Apines both attended via Zoom.

#rotaryinternational #PeopleOfAction #ServiceAboveSelf #District3310 #RotaryOpensOpportunities #kotakinabalu ...

9th April 2021, 14:26

Rotary Club Pandan Valley, Singapore.From Academia to Pracademia: In the latest of our continuing series of talks by our very own Rotarians, about how we serve our community through what we do in our vocations, we got to hear from certified change management coach and executive coach Markus Keiper about how he is working with a few local universities to design and deliver executive education courses with a strong practical accent so that when the executives go back to their respective offices, they will not only be reporting to the bosses on what they learnt, they'd be ready to introduce and implement practical and meaningful changes. Markus, who has a rich 25-year corporate experience with some of the biggest global corporations in the world, namely Mercedes Benz, Rolls Royce, Airbus, also shared about how he and his team overcame the challenge of going from in-person seminars to online seminars. It had been more difficult to deliver 3 hours worth of content when people's attention span tend to be no more than 7-10mins. Hey, it is not only hyper-active kids who have a problem with attention deficit! Highly-paid executives have ADD too. We all came away with useful tips on how we can all engage our audience better in our online meetings. Engage them, including those with 'video off'. Give everyone a break or an exercise now and then..... Those ideas would also be useful in managing our club's 75min Zoom meetings, from 12.45pm to 2pm, as we go forward in a world of hybrid (online but in person) meetings 😉 ...

8th April 2021, 19:07

Rotary Club of PenampangRotary Club Donates Reading Materials to 4 Remote Schools in Penampang

26/3/2021 (Fri) – Rotary Club of Penampang (RCP) led by President Boniface Mosios visited Unit Pemimpin Pembangunan Masyarakat at Donggongon Town, Penampang recently, to hand over a donation of books and reading materials to 4 schools that were located in the rural areas of Penampang. The 4 schools were SK Togudon, SK Longkogungan, SK Buayan and SK Terian.

President Boni explained that due to the distance of these schools, and with the prevailing pandemic situation, he came to seek help from PPM Mr.Joe Suleiman’s department on how to possibly send these books the fastest possible. PPM Mr. Joe Suleiman was happy to receive these donations, where he could mobilised his team to send these books and reading materials as soon as possible.

On hand to receive the donation was Mr. Jerald Solibun. He on behalf of the schools thanked RCP for the generous donation. Earlier on he and other staff members in the Unit Pemimpin Pembangunan Masyarakat had been briefed by PPM Joe and that they were happy to send these donations and would informed the respective district heads and village Heads to send the books to the schools immediately.

President Boni took the chance to thank the staffs at Unit Pemimpin Pembangunan Masyarakat for their willingness to receive the donation on the school’s behalf and hoped that these books could be distributed to the schools in concern and he would appreciate if members of the PPM took pictures during the presentation to the schools. Mr. Boni also wished to thank SAA Mr. Jimmy Roy for his munificent donation of books and reading materials to RCP last year. He also thanked Rtn Miss Sabrina Majuakim for arranging the books into boxes. He wanted every Rotarians to follow their examples in helping the community by putting others above self and having a philantropic heart.

President Boni went on and further explained that RCP hoped to promote literary amongst young kids by creating a reading and learning programme even to those in rural areas. No child should be left illiterate just because they lived far away from the eyes of the society, it is simply unacceptable in these days and age.

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