DO NOT BE MEAN GO GREEN
DO NOT BE MEAN GO GREEN
Rotaract clubs from the Western region came together to sensitize the community on jigger management and preventing and controlling the spread of jiggers
Coming at you fresh, clean and from the safety and comfort of your home is the very first D9212 virtual RYLA
DCA 2021 will be an out of Africa experience beyond imagination!
Rotaract Clubs provide a platform where we, young professionals and leaders, connect to peers; mentors and mentees; professional opportunities and people and communities in need of our help. We are over 100 Rotaract Clubs in Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya and South Sudan with over 2500 young leaders and professionals..
Through the connections, we benefit immensely through networking, involuntary and structured mentorship, apprenticeship among other ways. We leverage those connections and use our skills and resources to offer solutions to our local communities’ needs. We connect globally and hence in partnership with Rotary, Rotaract and Interact Clubs across our country, district and the globe, we promote global understanding; lead with integrity and implement projects – eradicate global disasters like polio
Sam Owori Awards were named after the late Rotary International President–Elect Sam F. Owori as a way for Rotary to recognize and remember his ‘quiet confidence’, integrity and friendship.
Club activities, social events, and volunteer projects offer networking opportunities that build personal and professional connections. And Rotaractors can extend those networks by visiting other clubs.
Each day, our members pour their passion, integrity, and intelligence into completing projects that have a lasting impact. We persevere until we deliver real, lasting solutions.
We are touching lives and impacting communities through projects. Keep up with what we are up to including a list of events that are coming up from various clubs in the district
The Green Rotaract Concept is a Rotaract District 9212 initiative that focuses on environmental management and conservation projects.
The Rotaract Club of Ngong Hills held a charity walk on 5th October 2019 which focus on raising funds for the polio. The walk was open to all rotaracters and friends and approximately 70 people were in attendance.
Rotaract clubs from the Western region came together to execute the project. One hundred and forty-seven people from Masaba and Binyenya village received treatment and homes with severe cases were fumigated.
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Coming at you fresh, clean and from the safety and comfort of your home is the D9212 virtual RYLA
The District Conference & Assembly 2021 is an out of Africa experience beyond imagination!
And on the second day of #WorldRotaractWeek we launched The Rotaractor Magazine March 2021 issue😀😀😀
PS. It’s recommended you open the downloadable magazine on Adobe Acrobat Reader to be able to fill in the crossword😉
August being the membership month, Rotary and Rotaract clubs reflect and focus on membership growth achievements, member engagement, and most importantly, how to grow the movement by introducing and inducting new members into the various clubs.
In efforts to clean and restore rivers as well as reach the United Nations Environment Programme recommended tree cover of 10% in the country, Rotary and Rotaract clubs have so far planted a total of 17,318 tree seedlings.
Personal care products manufacturer PZ Cussons and Rotary District 9212 agreed to a partnership that will increase at least one million Kenyans’ access to water and sanitation facilities.