District 9101 Governor Addresses Gambia’s Rotary Club Members

Mr. Akiladi J. Allen has completed a visit to ten (10) Rotary Club member countries including The Gambia thus the membership of the Rotary Clubs constitute the District 9101 of Rotary International. In his address, Mr. Allen informed Rotarians that the objective of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise in any Rotary Club member countries.

According to Mr. Allen, there are four Rotary clubs in the country namely, Rotary Club of Banjul, Rotary Club of Fajara, Rotary Club of Brusubi and Rotary Club of Bijilo while appealed to the said Rotarians to do all they can and raise funds in order to support the less privilege in the society. “It is part of my mandate to visit Rotary Clubs under my jurisdictions and in my tour, I visited eighty (80) Rotary Clubs within ten (10) Countries,” Mr. Allen informed fellow Rotarians.

He encouraged his fellow Rotarians in the country to do their best and get more members especially the young folk into their Clubs in order to have vibrant Rotary Clubs in the country. The focus of your Clubs he added is to think how to big projects and come to the aid of the less privilege societies mainly in the areas of health, water among others. He stated the every Rotary Club have challenges adding that the Club with less members will face the biggest challenges thus the reason why he is encouraging them to welcome more members into their various Clubs.

Mr. Allen enjoined Gambia’s Rotary Club members not to run away responsibilities within their Club thus urging them to always aspire to become leaders. “We want every Rotarian to be seen at the highest level in the Rotary Clubs and potential leaders need to serve at the District level 9101 and also welcome veteran Rotarians into your Clubs for the improvement of your Clubs,” Allen said. District 9101 Governor, Aki Allen suggested to the country’s Rotarians to undertake big projects within their various Rotary Club adding that at Rotary Club level we train leaders to become potential leaders.

He finally encouraged Rotary Club members in the country to always work with Government if only they want to register 95 per cent success in their work. The occasion was graced by members from the four Rotary Clubs in the country and was chaired by Assistant Governor District 9101, Mr. Minyan Jobe

Rotary International Governor Calls for Collaborative Efforts

The District Governor for District 9101 of Rotary International, Akiladi Allen, is calling for collaboration between Rotary Clubs in Liberia, the government and other institutions.

Mr. Allen said through their collaborative efforts, Rotarians will undertake meaningful initiatives that will impart the lives of the people.

He thanked members of the four Rotary Clubs in Liberia for their tremendous services they continue to render the Liberians and foreign residents.  Mr. Allen said in the absent of collaboration Rotarians in Liberia will find it very difficult in reaching out the hundreds of thousands of people across the country.

“One of the ways Rotary Clubs in Liberia can be successful in the accomplishment of their services are to share with Government and other institutions what they are venturing in,” Mr. Allen indicated.

He spoke Thursday in night at the Corinia Hotel in the Sinkor suburb of Monrovia during a reception held in his honor by members of the Rotary Clubs of Monrovia, Sinkor, Harper and Gbarnga

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Rotary District 9101 Governor Visits Liberia

District Governor for District 9101 of Rotary International, Akiladi Allen, has arrived in Liberia on a week-long assessment tour of activities of Rotary Clubs in the country.

District Governor Allen, who arrived in the country on Wednesday, September 25, will end his tour on Monday, October 1, 2018, a release has said.

While in the country, according to the release, Allen will assess the progress of Rotary International activities and meet with some state actors and relevant United Nations agencies.

In the itinerary, District Governor Allen will visit projects implemented by Rotary Clubs to see how they are impacting the livelihoods of the people in the various communities where the Clubs have made interventions.

Currently, there are four clubs in Liberia that are working together in getting Rotary International goals to reach both Liberians and foreign residents.

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ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR DISTRICT GOVERNOR APPLICATION

1. Applicants must be active Rotary Club Members whose applications must be supported by their Rotary Club

2. Applicants must meet all the Eligibility Criteria as specified in the Rotary International By-Laws, which is part of the Manual of Procedures, and any other criteria or provision enacted by the Board of Directors of Rotary International. (See 2016 MOP, Article 14 – subsections 14.010 – 14.070)

3. Applicants must meet the below criteria as established by District 9101. (See Signed District By-Laws, 2016/17: Article 11 & 12, pages 19 – 22)

(i) At the time of application, 4 years must have lapsed since the candidate was a President of a Rotary Club

(ii) The candidate must have participated in at least two (2) District Assembly Conferences since the end of his Presidency of a Rotary Club

(iii) The candidate must be a Paul Harris Fellow (PHF +5 Major Donor) and must be able to evidence his/her support to the Rotary Foundation

(iv) The candidate must submit a justification and motivation note on his/her interest to become District Governor and this note must entail the envisaged his/her goals for the District on the below:

a. Membership Development

b. Support to the Rotary Foundation

c. Promotion of the Public Image of Rotary in District Member Countries

(v) The candidate must undertake in writing and consent that he/she would not in any manner use District Financial Resources (budget) for personal use; including to provide recognition of the Rotary Foundation (PHF, Benefactor, etc.) for him/her or a family member

(vi) The candidate must commit him/herself to avoid any conflict of interest that may arise during his/her term as District Governor in the discharge of his/her duties.

CRITERES D’ELIGIBILITE AU POSTE DE GOUVERNEUR

1. Les candidats doivent être des membres actifs d’un club Rotaryet leurs candidatures doivent être soutenue par leur club Rotary.
2. Satisfaire tous les critères d’éligibilité au poste de gouverneur tels que spécifiés dans le règlement Intérieur du Rotary International partie intégrante du Manuel de Procédure et tout autre critère ou disposition adopté par le Conseil d’Administration du Rotary International ; (Voir 2016 MOP, article 14 – paragraphes 14.010 – 14.070)

3. Les candidats doivent satisfaire aux critères ci-dessous, tels qu’établis par le District 9101. (Voir le règlementIntérieur duDistrict 2016-2017 : articles 11 et 12, pages 19 à 22).
(i) Le candidat doit avoir participé à au moins deux (2) Conférences et assemblée du district depuis la fin de son mandat de présidence d’un club Rotary ;
(ii) Au moment de déposer sa candidature, 4 ans devaient s’être écoulés depuis que le candidat était président d’un club Rotary ;
(iii) Le candidat doit être un membre de Paul HarrisCercle (donateur majeur PHF + 5) et doit être en mesure de prouver son soutien à la Fondation Rotary ;

(iv) Le candidat doit soumettre une justification et une note de motivation sur son intérêt pour devenir gouverneur de district et cette note doit comporter les objectifs prévus pour le district ci-dessous :

a. Développement de l’effectif

b. Soutien à la Fondation Rotary

c. Promotion de l’image publique du Rotary dans les pays membres du district

(v) Le candidat doit s’engager par écrit et consentir à ne jamais utiliser les ressources financières du district (budget) à des fins personnelles ; y compris pour la reconnaissance de la Fondation Rotary (PHF, bienfaiteur, etc.) pour lui / elle ou un membre de la famille

(vi) Le candidat doit s’engager à éviter tout conflit d’intérêts qui pourrait survenir pendant son mandat de gouverneur de district dans l’exercice de ses fonctions.

CRITERIOS DE ELIGIBILIDADE PARA CANDIDATURA A GOVERNADOR(A) DE DISTRITO
1. Applicants must be active Rotary Club Members whose applications must be supported by their Rotary Club

2. Applicants must meet all the Eligibility Criteria as specified in the Rotary International By-Laws, which is part of the Manual of Procedures, and any other criteria or provision enacted by the Board of Directors of Rotary International. (See 2016 MOP, Article 14 – subsections 14.010 – 14.070)

3. Applicants must meet the below criteria as established by District 9101. (See Signed District By-Laws, 2016/17: Article 11 & 12, pages 19 – 22)

(i) At the time of application, 4 years must have lapsed since the candidate was a President of a Rotary Club

(ii) The candidate must have participated in at least two (2) District Assembly Conferences since the end of his Presidency of a Rotary Club

(iii) The candidate must be a Paul Harris Fellow (PHF +5 Major Donor) and must be able to evidence his/her support to the Rotary Foundation

(iv) The candidate must submit a justification and motivation note on his/her interest to become District Governor and this note must entail the envisaged his/her goals for the District on the below:

a. Membership Development

b. Support to the Rotary Foundation

c. Promotion of the Public Image of Rotary in District Member Countries

(v) The candidate must undertake in writing and consent that he/she would not in any manner use District Financial Resources (budget) for personal use; including to provide recognition of the Rotary Foundation (PHF, Benefactor, etc.) for him/her or a family member

(vi) The candidate must commit him/herself to avoid any conflict of interest that may arise during his/her term as District Governor in the discharge of his/her duties.