GOALS FOR PRIORITY 1 – UNITE PEOPLE
1. Strengthen the process for activating leadership
in clubs and districts.
2. Increase club membership by attracting new and retaining existing
3. Start new clubs.
4. Increase the number of female members, members under 40, and
Rotaractors joining Rotary.
5. Enhance the engagement and collaboration among
Interact, Rotaract and Rotary club members and other Rotary participants.
GOALS FOR PRIORITY 2 – TAKE ACTION
6. Publicize the role of Rotary and Rotarians in polio eradication.
7. Increase local and international projects by fully utilizing
District Designated Funds to fund district grants, global grants,
PolioPlus and the Rotary Peace Centers.
8. Increase contributions to the Annual Fund and PolioPlus while
building the Endowment Fund to $2.025 billion by 2025.
9. Build awareness of Rotary, and promote the People of Action
GOALS FOR PRIORITY 3 – INTERNAL/OPERATIONAL MATTER
10. Analyze the effectiveness of our current volunteer
11. Focus and potentially narrow our program efforts.
• approved the acceptance of cash flow plans for
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) India contributions of US$100,000
or more, provided that installment payments are at least $32,000
or more and that each project is fully funded before commencement;
• adopted revised Terms of Reference for the Polio Eradication
Advocacy Task Force for the United States and National Advocacy
Advisers, to reflect current roles and responsibilities;
• approved up to US$46 million in PolioPlus grant funds to
- World Health Organization African Region
- World Health Organization Eastern Mediterranean Region
- World Health Organization Southeast Asia Regional Office
- World Health Organization Core Grant Extension Request
for social mobilization, technical assistance, operational support
and surveillance support;
• agreed to provide funding for the period 1 January 2019
through 31 December 2020 for a team of polio eradication technical
experts, to include four positions at the global level and two positions
in two of the World Health Organization's six regions and allocated
US$4.6 million from the PolioPlus Fund for this purpose;
• agreed to the establishment of a National PolioPlus Committee
in Myanmar and appointed Dr. Sandii Lwin as 2018–19 National
PolioPlus Committee Chair;
• expressed their appreciation to the 170 districts that
have allocated 20 percent of their DDF annually towards Polio eradication
efforts and agreed to extend the program of providing recognition
to those districts that have contributed 20 percent of their DDF
for Polio eradication efforts from 2013–14 through the certification
of polio eradication on a plaque to be hung at Rotary World Headquarters,
and further agreed to allow districts to contribute additional DDF
toward Polio eradication efforts that will bring their contribution
to a cumulative 20 percent from 2013–14 through 2019–20;
• approved the transfer of Districts 5790, 5810, 5840, 5870,
5890, 5910, and 5930 from regional leader region 33 to region 36
(Canada & USA: IA, IL, KS, MI, MN, ND, NE, OK, SD, WI), effective
1 July 2020;
• amended their policy regarding regional leaders to better
ensure cooperation and effective outcomes from all regional leader
Source: Rotary International