On 27 Oct 2018, during Physical Meeting of Rotary Club Of Himalaya Patan, 40 My School Bags was distributed to Representative ( Mr Sagendra Shrestha and Ms Jyoti Gautam) of Shree Bhanodaya Primary School, Sano Gau Lalitpur.
Previously 120 My School Bags was distributed in Year 2017-18 and this additional 40 My School Bags was for new admission students of School. The School has huge response on New Students Admission this year. The School recorded highest Student Admission this year with more than 150. Fyi, the school was about to close due to less than 15 students. Mr Sagendra Shrestha and his team from Collaborative Schools Network ( CSN) has been working in School in Enhancing School Management and Quality Education.
We, Rotary E-Club of District 3292, Nepal and Rotary Club of Himalaya Patan, wish Mr Sagendra and his team for future endeavors.
During Handover, Rtn Roshan Maharjan ( Service Chair 2018-19) and Rtn Yugal Bajracharya ( IPP/Membership Development Chair 2018-19) presented in Rotary Club of Himalaya Patan Weekly Meeting.
Picture 1: My School Bag Picture 2: Rotary Club of Himalaya Patan Weekly meeting
Picture 3: Mr Sagendra Shrestha Picture 4: Ms Jyoti Gautam
Club members participated on World Polio Day Rally Organized by Polio Plus Committee Rotary District 3292, Nepal.
On 17 Sept 2018 ( Monday) Rotary E-club of District 3292, Nepal organized new membership orientation program for prospective members at Opium Restaurant and Bar, Durbar Marg, Kathmandu.
During the Program Ms Prarthana Saakha and Mr Abhisekh Shrestha attended the orientation. Club Trainer Rtn Mahesh Bajracharya took the session with an Introduction of Rotary, Rotary Foundation, Service Projects, Rotary Focus Area, 4 way test along with Rotary E-club history and its Service Projects.
Rtn Ummeed Shrestha ( President) along with newly inducted Rtn Niranjan Shrestha and Rtn Gaurav Man Sherchan were present.
Its our pleasure to introduce you all my fellow Rotarians the Rotakids club, first Rotary kids club of one & only Rotary E-Club of District 3292, Nepal of R I District 3292, Nepal & Bhutan.
The main objectives of a RotaKids Club are:
1. Sowing the ideals of Rotary members
2. Encourage constructive leadership and your own exercise
3. Family importance of awareness
4. Experiencing the true fellowship
5. Learn to respect the rights of each
6. Recognize the merit of all professions
7. Sedimentary that ethics should be present in all personal achievements, regardless of age
8. Encourage the love of nature and the need for its preservation
9. To promote the values of citizenship
A RotaKids Club brings several benefits to the sponsoring Rotary club, for example, families begin to participate in Club meetings as they come along with the children.
The little ones can cause interest of the community to know how to place the meetings of a club, and from there the club can gain new members. The RotaKids can feed Interact, Rotaract, and Rotary.
For details login to http://rotakidsworld.com/ #Rotakids #Rotarykidsworld
Rota Kids club formation .
Youth Speaks on Mr Sagendra Shrestha’s Collaborative Schools Network (CSN) experiences and his Experiences at United States and Kingdom of Saudi Arab visit
Classification Talk program of Rtn @Pradip Maharjan
Late Mrs Jaya Laxmi Hada Memorial Scholarship Chq Of Nrs 18000/- Handover to 10 Students at Shree Bhanodaya Primary School, Sano Gau Lalitpur and Progress of School by Mrs Jyoti Gautam
RI President Barry Rassin’s theme for 2018-19, Be the Inspiration, asks Rotarians to inspire change in the world and in each other. “I ask all of you to Be the Inspiration to help Rotary move from reaction to action — to take a hard look at the environmental issues that affect health and welfare around the world and do what we can to help.”
NRCL which comprises of 16 Rotary Clubs in Lalitpur along with Lalitpur Metropolitan City ( LMC) and Solid Waste Management Technical Support Center ( SWTSC) organized Waste Free Lalitpur Campaign on 28 Aug 2018 during Matya ( Festival of Lights) to create awareness on Solid Waste Management, Recycling, Environmental issues, Health Awareness with Slogan ” Don’t Mix, Don’t Throw Away, Don’t Burn, Send Back”.
During the Program volunteers from Rotary Clubs, Rotaract Clubs, LMC, SWTSC, Local People placed “Green” and “Red” Bins at 26 spots in Ward no 12 & 16 of Lalitpur Metropolitan City , placed Banners, Placards, Miking and Leaflets were distributed.
It was believed that WFL campaign will bring behavior change among ten thousands of people ( Devotees and Spectators) regarding Solid Waste.
Rtn Roshan Maharjan, Rtn Arvindra Maharjan from Rotary E-Club of District 3292, Nepal and Rtr Saniya Giri & Rtr Sanju Dangol from Rotaract Club of Kathmandu Metropolis represented in this Campaign.
Photo Credit: Rtn Dinesh Manandhar ( NRCL Chair) and from other Rotarians.
Rotary E-Club of District 3292, Nepal successfully completed DG Official club visit on 25 Aug 2018. During the visit District Governor Rtn Chitamani Bhattrai, District Secretary Rtn Rajendra Shakya, District Secretary Sharad Neupane and Assistant Governor Rtn Man Bahadur Budamagar were present.
The Visit was conducted with three sessions
1. Close Meeting with Rotaract Club of Kathmandu Metropolis ( Sponsored Club) and Close Meeting with President, Secretary and Treasurer.
2. Third Club Assembly where Committee Chairs presented their Goals 2018-19 and Remarks given by District Officials.
3. Regular Weekly Meeting #220 (Physical) where two New Members Rtn Niranjan Shrestha and Rtn Gaurav Man Sherchan was inducted.