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FUTURE VISION PLAN. FVP IN NIGERIA – RID 9110 EXPERIENCE. PRESENTATION BY PDG Deinde Shoga. TRF NEEDS US. WE NEED TRF. TRF –OUR FOUNDATION. YOURS & MINE. SUPPORT IT. ELEMENTS OF AN EFFECTIVE CLUB -CONTRIBUTE. -PARTICIPATE. TRF-In the beginning. 1917- ARCH KLUMPH 6 TH RI PRES.

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Future vision plan

FUTURE VISION PLAN.

FVP IN NIGERIA

– RID 9110 EXPERIENCE.

PRESENTATION BY

PDG Deinde Shoga.


Trf needs us we need trf
TRF NEEDS US. WE NEED TRF.

TRF –OUR FOUNDATION.

YOURS & MINE.

SUPPORT IT.

ELEMENTS OF AN EFFECTIVE CLUB

-CONTRIBUTE.

-PARTICIPATE.


Trf in the beginning
TRF-In the beginning.

1917- ARCH KLUMPH 6TH RI PRES.

ENDOWMENT FOR DOING GOOD IN THE WORLD.

TODAYS TRF.

ONE OF THE LARGEST PRIVATELY FUNDED FOUNDATIONS IN THE WORLD.


Contributing to the foundation
Contributing to the foundation.

  • ANNUAL PROGRAMS FUND

  • EREY.

  • PHF MULTIPLE PHF.

  • PHS.

  • MAJOR DONORS and MULTIPLES


Contributing to trf
CONTRIBUTING TO TRF

  • PERMANENT FUND.

  • Benefactor.

  • Bequest Society.

  • Named Gifts.

  • Arch Klumph Society.

  • POLIO REMAINS No1 Priority. Support still needed. Funds and active Rotarian involvement.


Programs of trf
PROGRAMS OF TRF

  • Programs of TRF.

  • Humanitarians grants.

  • Matching, 3H, District simplified grants etc

  • Educational programs. GSE, Amb Scholars etc

  • New Program –Future Vision plan.


Why future vision plan
Why future Vision plan?

  • Preparing for the Rotary Foundation Centennial

  • Immense growth

  • Relevance in philanthropic world -Through Change

  • Evolving organization

  • Rotarian feedback

  • Sustainability, significance, simplification


A vision for the future
A Vision for the future.

  • Polio eradicated

  • Inundation of requests for strategic partnerships with NGOs and others

  • Nobel Peace Prize awarded to Rotary or program alumnus

  • Authority on critical issues (e.g., water)

  • A top 50 foundation (high Charity Navigator rating)


A vision for the future1
A Vision for the future.

  • PF value = $800M

  • APF growth ~ $153M

  • Increased and diversified giving

  • Fewer transactions, reduced staff, efficient and effective

  • All Rotarians, clubs, and districts active in fundraising and programs


Fvp goals
FVP Goals

  • Balance—global and local

  • Simplify and focus program menu

  • Focus on significant and sustainable outcomes

  • Increase sense of ownership—shifting decisions locally

  • Be recognized as first-choice partner for global projects


6 areas of focus
6 Areas of Focus.

1. Peace and Conflict Prevention/Resolution.

2. Disease Prevention and Treatment

3.Water and Sanitation

4. Maternal and Child Health

5. Basic Education and Literacy.

6. Economic and Community Development


Grant types
Grant Types.

  • District Grants.

  • Global Grants.

  • (Packaged Grants with Strategic partners) –Developed by TRF

  • APF Share-50%= DDF

  • DDF Up to 50% District Grants, 50% Global Grants.


District grants
District Grants

Simple, flexible, innovative projects.

  • Educational and humanitarian projects / activities consistent with mission

  • Smaller activities and projects

  • Local decision making with broader guidelines


District grants1
District Grants

District Grants

  • Block grant

  • District administers

  • General TRF guidelines

  • Creativity and accountability

  • Local and DDF funding only

  • Up to 50% DDF- No min or max $ limits


District grants in d9110 to date
District Grants in D9110 to date

  • 2010-11

  • $99,000 plus available.

  • 39 Clubs were awarded.

  • 2 District projects

  • -Wheel Chairs. (30)

  • -Cleft lip & palate (75 surgeries)

  • 4 clubs did not fulfill conditions.$7,845 returned to TRF.



Global grants
Global Grants

  • Activities to be in the 6 Areas of focus.

  • International partner(s) required.

  • World fund matching.

  • 1:1 DDF

  • 1: 0.5 Cash

  • Min TRF Match $15,000

  • When above $100,000 Trustees approval needed.


Global grants attributes
Global Grants-attributes

  • Long-term projects / activities achieving specific qualitative standards

  • Rotarian participation

  • Larger grant awards

  • Sustainable outcomes

  • Educational and humanitarian related

  • International partnerships required


Global grants1
Global grants

Global Grants

  • DDF, World Fund, cash flow through, PF earnings, named gifts

  • Larger awards (min. $15K) and project costs

  • WF match of DDF, cash, and DAF

  • Streamlined stewardship and accountability


Global grants2
GLOBAL GRANTS

  • PROCEDURES.

  • WRITE PROPOSALS.

  • FIND INTERNATIONAL PARTNER(S)

  • ON LINE PROPOSAL VIA MEMBER ACCESS.

  • ON LINE APPLICATION.


Global grants3
GLOBAL GRANTS.

  • PROJECTS

  • With Incubators for Africa and D 3131,7980,6420 and 7210 34 incubators and 5 resuscitators $100,000. (GG 25354)

  • Water and sanitation- toilets and water facilities for 12 schools. $61,589 (GG 25354)


Global grants4
Global grants

  • RC Gbagada South-Microcredit and water project $35,017 (GG 25229)

  • RC VGC-Water and sanitation project for schools complex in Eti osa LG.$38,600 (GG25802)


Global grants5
Global grants

  • RC Gbagada-with RC CP and PN (Benin) (GG 25373). Renovation and furnishing with 20 computers and provision of water and san facilities in a school in PN. Basic Educ +water and san $40,862 .

    . Water and Sanitation project for four schools RC Agege and Lagos central $44,528 (GG25744)


Gg mg
GG/MG

  • Cooperation with D9125 and 9140 by donating DDF to D9140 to enable D9110 partake in a gift of life project for heart surgeries in India –ongoing.


Global grants6
Global grants

  • Projects at Application stage

  • Okotoks, Agege schools water and sanitation project $134,560 (25633)

  • Avoidable blindness RC Lagos Palmgrove Estate (GG25584) $88900

  • Water and San 10 schools with D 6900- $100,000 proposal approved.


Global grants packaged grants
Global Grants-Packaged grants.

  • VTT to train nurse educators in AKU. (a packaged grant with AKU as strategic partner) The first ever PG.

  • PG 25966 & 25967 worth $32,468 each -RC Lagos West scholarship for two person to study water science and engineering at UNESCO-IHE Delft Netherlands.


Some examples of global grant projects
Some examples of Global grant projects

  • International safe drinking water, sanitation, and hygiene education project

  • Sponsorship of Rotary Scholar to study abroad in a water environmental engineering master’s degree program

  • International malaria project to distribute bed nets and malaria treatment in conjunction with area hospital

  • Rotary GSE Team sent abroad to participate in 8-week workshop to learn teaching methods to address adult illiteracy


Global grants matching of funds
Global Grants. Matching of funds

  • Min grant value $30,000

  • DDF $15,000 World fund $15,000

  • Club & District involvement:

  • Club A (local) $2000 – TRF $1,000

  • Club B (International) $10,000- TRF $5000

  • District DDF $9,000- TRF $9,000

  • Total- $36,000


Distributable funds
Distributable Funds

ANNUAL PROGRAMS FUND

50% 50%

SHARE

District Designated Fund

World Fund

Other

(Cash, DAF,

Permanent Fund)

50% (max)

50% (min)

District Grants

Global Grants


Packaged grants strategic partnership model
Packaged Grants. Strategic Partnership Model

RI/Rotary Foundation

Foundation Areas of Focus

Global Grants

  • Strategic Partnerships

  • Financial Resources

  • Direct to Foundation

  • Parallel funding

  • Foundation gives to partner

  • Technical Expertise

  • Advocacy

Districts/Clubs

Financial and/or

Human Resources

Community


Packaged grants
Packaged Grants

  • Partnership with Oikocredit for microcredit.

  • Partnership with Agha Khan University.

  • MERCYSHIPS.

  • UNESCO IHE


Packaged grants in 9110
PACKAGED GRANTS IN 9110

  • AGA KHAN UNIVERSITY- HIGHLY ACCLAIMED VTT PROGRAM. NURSE EDUCATORS TRAINING IN AKU, UGANDA.

  • WATER TECH TRAINING SCHOLARSHIP IN DELFT.


Scholarships
Scholarships.

  • SCHOLARSHIPS CAN BE AWARDED FOR ONE TO FOUR YEARS OF GRADUATE LEVEL STUDY

  • SCHOLARS MUST HAVE CONDITIONAL OR UNCONDITIONAL ADMISSION IN THE CHOSEN UNIVERSITY

  • FOUNDATION WILL VET APPLICATION TO DECIDE IF IT FITS IN THE AREA OF FOCUS

  • FOR NOW LIMITED TO FELLOW PILOT DISTRICTS.

  • SCHOLARSHIPS THRU PACKGED GRANTS.


Peace studies
Peace Studies

  • Peace studies at Rotary centres continue.

  • Our District is a “Peacebuilder District” $25,000 yearly contribution.

  • Two scholars for three month peace studies in Thailand.

  • Currently has 5 Applications for World Peace Scholarships for English Speaking Universities.


Vocational training team
Vocational Training Team

  • Expected to replace GSE.

  • Capacity building is the goal.

  • Univocational.

  • No age requirement.

  • Could be part of a Global Grant or “Stand alone”

  • Team of at least 3 non Rotarians. (No Maximum)

  • Team Leader.


How did we get here
How did we get here?

  • 2009 applications were sought.

  • 100 Districts chosen. Considerations- Past grant history, geographical spread,

  • Now 101 districts.

  • Select DRFCC -Three year tenure

  • Select Grants Chair.


Qualification
Qualification.

  • District.

  • -DG 2010-11 & DRFCC attended training Jan 2010 San Diego

  • Open District Grant account.

  • Select committees including district audit committee.

  • Complete & authorise document on line.

  • Authorisation is renewed every July.

  • Clubs:

  • Presidents & Foundation Chair attend GMS.

  • Sign MOU.


Qualification1
Qualification

  • Open RC xxx District grant account.

  • Others: district conditions.

  • Club in good standing-District & RI dues.

  • Up to 20 members.

  • Good project history.

  • Complete district form. Quality and value to community.

  • Accept supervision by district project monitoring committee.

  • Contribute at least 15% of project funds. May be more.

  • Be prepared to account for funds.


MOU

  • Emphasises stewardship.

  • Good record keeping. At least 5 years.

  • Abiding by qualification requirements

  • Promote transparency.

  • Emphasises good financial management.



Summary
Summary

  • Overview of FVP.

  • How 9110 has fared.

  • Local examples and experiences.

  • Club, District, International and TRF Interactions.


Conclusion
CONCLUSION.

COUNTDOWN 2013 JULY.

FULL ROLLOUT OF FVP.

Your Duty: PREPARE and ACCEPT IT.

Support Our Foundation TODAY & BUILD A BETTER FUTURE FOR OUR WORLD.

USE TRF to execute worthwhile projects -BIGGER ,BETTER, BOLDER so as to promote “PEACE THROUGH SERVICE”


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