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Report of Region 10 GOLD Activities in 200 5 & Plan in 200 6. Yasuharu Ohgoe January 7 , 200 6 Gold Coast , Australia. Agenda. 200 5 Report on Affinity Groups and statistics Past Activity Plan and Accomplishment Activity Plan for 200 6 Proposed Budget for 200 6.

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    1. Report of Region 10 GOLD Activities in 2005 & Plan in 2006 YasuharuOhgoe January 7, 2006 Gold Coast, Australia

    2. Agenda • 2005 Report on Affinity Groups and statistics • Past Activity Plan and Accomplishment • Activity Plan for 2006 • Proposed Budget for 2006

    3. Current GOLD Affinity Groups (2005 = 17 19) 1. Australia Capital Territory GOLD Affinity Group, Position Vacant 2. Bangalore GOLD Affinity Group, Sathyanarayan Balaji 3. Bangladesh GOLD Affinity Group, Rabiul Alam 4. Bombay GOLD Affinity Group, Ashok Jagatia 5. Calcutta GOLD Affinity Group, Jamuna K. Sing 6. Delhi GOLD Affinity Group, Shabana Mehfuz 7. Hong Kong GOLD Affinity Group, Tsz Kin Ken Chan 8. Karachi GOLD Affinity Group, Syed Kashif A. Alvi 9. Kerala GOLD Affinity Group, Jacob Iype 10. Lahore GOLD Affinity Group, Ahmed S. Bajwa

    4. Current GOLD Affinity Groups (2005 = 17 19) 11. Madras GOLD Affinity Group, Mohd H. Sharma 12. Malaysia GOLD Affinity Group, Mohd H. Yaacob 13. New South Wales GOLD Affinity Group, Sampath S. Windsor 14. New Zealand North GOLD Affinity Group, Grace Lee 15. New Zealand South GOLD Affinity Group, Sharmalee T. Spalding 16. Singapore GOLD Affinity Group, Chin Teong Tan 17. South Australia GOLD Affinity Group, Dr. Andrew Piotrowski 18. Victorian GOLD Affinity Group, Charlotte N. Marra 19. Western Australia GOLD Affinity Group, Sek Shiong Tan

    5. Continuing Strategies for promoting GOLD Activity in R10 for 2005 2006 • Regional support for international GOLD activities in R10. • Organized 2005 R10 GOLD AF Meeting  2006 Action: Co-organize GOLD Congress in Beijing with Student Congress

    6. Continuing Strategies for promoting GOLD Activity in R10 for 2005 2006 • Increasing publicity of successful GOLD activities and regional support of GOLD activities. • Web-based publicity  2006 Action: R10 GOLD Home Pages & Links. • Web-based GOLD Tools  2006 Action: R10 Video Web-Based Lecture on Professional Enhancement for GOLD. • Project-based support from R10  2006 Postponed to future.

    7. Proposal for 2006 R10 GOLD & Student Congress Objective • To open a platform for GOLD AF leaders to share their experience. • To make a plan for GOLD Activities in R10 and mutually cooperation. 3 days program with international speakers.

    8. 2006 R10 GOLD Congress • Participants • GOLD leaders appointed by Sections • Guest Speakers (International speaker) • Some R10 Excom. Members • Target participant number is 30. • Financial support • Accommodation – economy price supported by R10. • Catering – R10 and partially supported by Beijing Section. • Transportation – Section and partially supported by R10

    9. Proposed Budget for GOLD Activity in 2006