Sunday, August 16, 2009

Zone 31-32 Institute is just around the corner!

This is the NETWORK MATRIX which makes using the Humanitarian Network easy. All one has to do is simply click on a box and the matrix takes you through each step to an international project. Take a test drive at

Working with PDG-7230 Joe Clark and DGE-7230 George Camp we will be rolling out the new Humanitarian Network (or just NETWORK, for short). With the additon of the new NETWORK MATRIX, a network member can set-up an international service project in very short order. The MATRIX will walk you through every step you need to take to do a major project. There are seven areas covering 36 steps that are covered and easy to navigate:
  • Project Set-up
  • Project Country
  • Project Selection
  • NGO Partneres
  • Funding
  • Shipping
  • Documentation

"There is so much help from "those who have been there before", it's going to be hard to screw up!" Just to give you an idea of how good this program is, some of the comments we've received are...

"'s about time we had this kind of resource. We need to put it to work for our Rotarian Action Group" PDG Ron Denham, Director, Water and Sanitation Rotarian Action Group

"I encourage you to carry-on in the Jim Johannsen tradition (Hands Across the Sea program), and get it in the hands of all Rotarians" PRID, PDG-7170 Dr. Bill Cadwallader

"Man, do we need this program" PDG-5730 J.B. Roberts

"We want the first Virtual Project in our district" PDG-7230 Joe Camp

"We need to get you to come to our Zone Institute in Florida" PDG-6920 Kenan Kern

"This will be more valuable than grant money to most clubs!" PDG-7620 Rob Ketron