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Weekly Bulletin 19th September 2017
ROTARY CLUB OF BWEYOGERERE-NAMBOOLE
CLUB NO. 30541 SINCE 23/02/1995,
MESSAGE............. 1 1
NEWS & EVENTS....2
GET TO KNOW US..,
WE ARE ZEBRAS.......4
and adverts to
Dear Dear friends, Rotary’s service to our community is
are the members.
of a club
membership at task to come up with project
will have eachhas
sometimes a member is valuable to the club’s
back to the
community must be financed.
community needs we begin to share the project vision
member in how well one represents the
club in the community and how well one gets involved in club roles,
The centre of excellence and our signature project will soon make the Rotary
club of Bweyogerere
the Sub County too, the Gombolola
Chief and her committee proudly provided the land and several meetings with
Retention of the quality member is an extremely important
them are on
role of all the clu members attraction of new members; members attracted
project is also
going groups will attract admirable members. Retention is a result of the member’s behavior, clubs with
, in this
project proposals and joining project implementation teams in the club.
Retention is a result of result of social, economic and personal factors, if
we can’t wait miss the opportunity.
RUTH N. MUKASA
Ruth N. Mukasa President
Located at Bweyogerere, Jinja Road
TEL: 0772 501116, 0704 698206
BEST FOR; Accomodation ● Wedding Reception ● Meetings
● Birthday Parties ● Product Launch ● Conferences and concerts
● Buffet and Outside Catering
Well Stocked Bar
Conference halls & Gardens
DATES TO NOTE
ORDER OF FELLOWSHIP
◆ 6th Oct The world’s greatest mealat Sheraton 100,000/=
◆ 23rd Oct 5-ASIDE Tournament
◆ 30th Sept – RLI Class I at 80,000/=
◆ 30th Sept Dental clinic and community forum
◆ Rotary club of Buloba has changed venue
● The Grace
● The Royal Toast
● The Four Way Test
(Visiting Rotarians, Rotaractors,
● Report visitations to other clubs
● Announcements and Rotary
● Guest speaker (if any)
● Final announcements, Raffle, Statistics
● Final toast
1 For what we are about to receive, May’the good Lord make
truly thankful and ever mindful of the needs of others. Amen
2 For Friends and Fellowship We thank thee oh Lord. May we
always be mindful OF the needs of others.
The Loyal Toast
To his! Excellency the president”
The Object of rotary:
The object of Rotary is to encourage and
foster the ideal of service as a basis of
worthy enterprise and in particular to,
encourage and Foster
THE FOUR WAY TEST
OF the things we think, say, or do
2- IS IT FAIR TO ALL CONCERNED?
3- WILL IT BUILD GOODWILL AND
4- WILL IT BE BENEFICIAL TO
First: The development of acquaintance
as an opportunity for service.
Second: High ethical standards in business and professions; the recognition of
the worthiness of all useful occupations;
and the dignifying of each Rotarian’s
occupation as an opportunity to serve
Third: The application of the ideal of
service in each Rotarian’s personal, business, and community life.
ROTARIANS OF BWEYOGERERE WE ARE READY TO SERVE
AND PROMOTE THE WORLD.
SERVICE ABOVE SELF IS THE WAY WE CAN LEAD,
WE SHALL LIVE TO SERVE AND PROMOTE THE CLUB.
Fourth: The advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace
through aworld fellowship of business
and professional persons united in the
ideal of service.
CHORUS - JUBILATE, JUBILATE OUR CLUB. X2
OH LONG LIVE BWEYOGERERE, WE ARE PROUD OF YOU
WE ARE PROUD OF YOU.
DAUGHTER TO OTHER CLUBS AND MOTHER TO OTHER CLUBS
WE SHALL CHERISH YOU FOR EVER MORE
DEFINITION OF INSURANCE
Insurance is a contract whereby one party, the
1. insurer, in return for a consideration, the premium,
undertakes to pay to the other party, the insured, a
sum of money or its equivalent in kind upon the
happening of a specified event that is contrary to
the interest of the insured.
It is important to insure for full value so that the
insured is not disappointed at claim time. It is also
equally important to maintain premium payments so
that the policy does not lapse which may lead to
loss of whatever premium might have been paid in
respect of some insurance policies.
Insurance, like any other profession, has principles
2. guiding its operations.
They are:- Indemnity, Utmost Good Faith, Insurable
Interest, Subrogation, Contribution and Proximate
3. Although insurance
is a contract, the
scope of which is
in a policy, in the
case of motor
(third party risks),
the subject is complicated in view o
of the state in the
formation of the
contract, in the
formulation of the
rights and liabilities
of the parties as well as in the rights of the beneficiaries of the contract.
4. Motor Insurance is traditionally sub-divided into:
- Third Party Risks Motor Policy;
- Third party and theft cover only;
5. Compulsory Motor Vehicle Insurance (Third Party Risks)
It is a principle whereby the insurer seeks to place the
insured in the same financial position after a loss as he
was in immediately before the loss (as far as possible).
Normally the State feels obliged to enact laws making
it compulsory that any person who runs a motor
vehicle is under duty not to use, or cause or permit
any other person to use it on the road unless any
liability which he/she may thereby incur arising from
the use of the motor vehicle is covered by a policy or
insurance (Third Party Risks) Statute 1998 in case of
Utmost Good Faith:
This means that both parties to the contract have a
duty to disclose, clearly and accurately all material
facts relating to the proposed insurance. Any breach
of this duty by the proposer may entitle the insurer to
repudiate liability. Similarly the insurer is bound to
inform the insured of the extent of cover offered.
6 Scope of compulsory Motor Vehicle Insurance (Third
The scope of compulsory third party motor insurance
varies from country to country. In some countries, the
liabilities are unlimited while in others they are limited.
In Uganda, the liabilities are limited to shs.1 million per
person and Shs.10 million per vehicle.
For a contract of insurance to be valid, the policyholder must have an interest in the insured item that is
recognized at law whereby he benefits from its safety,
well being or freedom from liability and would be
prejudiced by its damage or the existence of liability.
This is called the insurable interest.
7. Meaning of Third Party:
The Ultimate beneficiaries of compulsory motor insurance, usually referred to as the “third party,” may be
a passenger or a pedestrian. It follows that the policy
holder himself is not covered if injured while driving an
insured vehicle himself.
It is the right of an insurer to stand in the place of the
insured and exercise all rights of and remedies available to the insured, whether already enforced or not.
8. Excluded parties:
There are certain classes of persons who are excluded
from claiming under compulsory motor insurance.
It is the principle governing the manner in which the
cost of claims arising on risks covered by two or more
policies is shared between the insurers concerned.
(a) Employees of the insured for death or injuries arising
out of and in the course of employment. Such people
should presumably be covered under the workmen’s
compensation law. They can arrange other types of
insurance cover e.g. persona accident.
This means the active, efficient cause that sets in
motion a train of events which brings about a result,
without the intervention of any force started and
working actively from a new and independent source.
(b) Members of the insured’s household.
BY ROTARIAN GEORGE STEVEN OKOTHA
Get to know us…..We are Zebras
“MY ROTARACT EXPERIENCE SO FAR”
Species-There are three species of zebra:
Grevy’s, mountain and plains
Hello, am Ssengooba Samuel a Rotaractor from
the Rotaract Club of Bweyogerere Namboole.
I joined Rotaract in (2016) one year back
because I had the zeal to serve.
Speed demons- Zebras are very fast-moving
animals, and can reach speeds of up to
65kmph when galloping across the plains. This
is just fast enough to outpace predators such
as lions. Foals can run with the herd within a
few hours of birth.
Keeping cool-A zebra’s stripy coat is thought
to disperse more than 70 per cent of incoming heat, preventing the animal from overheating in the African sun.
Stripe force-It's thought that a zebra's stripes
serve to help camouflage the animal in long
grass, and distract predators.
Unique animals- A zebra's stripes act like an
equine fingerprint - each individual’s pattern
is unique. Foals recognize their mothers by the
pattern of their stripes, as well as by scent and
Social lives- While Grevy zebra society tends
to be fairly open, that of plains and mountain
zebras is more tight-knit, with the animals
living in harems of up to six breeding females
and their young, with a dominant male. Each
female has a place in the hierarchy. These
groups are so close that if a predator injures
one individual, fellow members will circle it
and attempt to scare the intruder away with
their teeth and hooves.
Sleeping on the hoof- Like horses, zebras sleep
standing up, and usually only when in the
safety of a group.
Safety in numbers- For protection, zebra
groups often come together in large herds,
regularly mixing with other grazers such as
wildebeest. As well as providing more eyes
and ears to look out for danger, a large herd
is confusing to a predator, making it harder to
single out individual prey.
By The Zebra Buddy group
One thing that I hate in life is seeing people
suffering, seeing people take advantage of the
helpless, it does not feel right to me as a
humanitarian and a Rotaractor. Ever since I
joined Rotaract am proud to say that I have
been part and parcel of most of the Rotaract
projects that have been carried out in different
parts of the country. I felt good seeing the
impact we made in Hoima when we treated
and gave out medical supplies to 1614 people
.I felt I had served my purpose to some extent. I
have loved every single minute I have spent
with my fellow rotaractors in my club. They
became my family, my friends and people I
could count on at any moment. Rotaract has
helped me to improve my leadership skills and
The feeling I had when I chaired the installation
of MGP Jimmy Osuret was an incredible experience, the installation was quite a success and I
felt phenomenal. It feels good working with a
team of young people (the Rotaractors) who
are courageous, hardworking, principled,
determined to serve at all costs and carry each
any moment. Lastly,
that learning does not end, I have always treasured my Club for the wonderful guest speakers
we have always hosted and am thankful for
the knowledge we have acquired from them.
COMMUNITY SERVICE DIRECTOR.
ROTARACT CLUB OF BWEYOGERERE NAMBOOLE.
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