All posts by: Franny Kaganzi

About Franny Kaganzi

For years now my plans to attend this project have not been fruitful as something has always come up at the last minute, I wasn’t going to let anything get in my way this time round. On Thursday 9th October 2015, I packed my bags and by 7:30 pm I was at Chinese Restaurant Centenary Park which was the designated venue for departure. The first coaster arrived at about 9:00pm and […]

1. PROFESSIONAL & LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT: Conduct at least 1 inspirational /motivational Youth programs or dialogues – sustainable & empowering, where the youth are polished as professional leaders. Clubs have meaningful fellowships/meetings that may at times have guest speakers or club members talk. In Support of the Vijana Poa Project, we shall have a vocational exhibition for Rotaractors in […]

25 YEARS OF IMPACTFUL SERVICE – THE WARRIORS AGAIN LEADING BY EXAMPLE Whenever I think of the Silver Jubilee Celebrations I remember 2 events; one is my own installation as President of this great Club in June 2013 and the other is the death of my father later on in September that same year. The second event is […]

Speaker of Parliament, Right Hon Rebecca Kadaga, Rotarians, Rotaractors, Interactors and guests all protocol observed. I warmly welcome you all to the Silver Jubilee Celebrations of the Rotaract Club of Kololo. The Rotaract Club of Kololo was admitted by Rotary International on 7th July 1990 and subsequently chartered on 9th September 1990. Being 25 years makes us one of the […]

Despite our work related titles, Retractors and Rotarians have one title in common “Problem Solver” why? Right from the time we wake up, we are all engrossed in finding solutions to trouble shoot challenges that may range from making up responding to emails, family matters, relationship, puzzles name it. Our ability to effectively solve problems therefore determines our […]

December is the Family Month in Rotary, also known as the Family of Rotary Month. What a perfect fusion of month and theme. The holiday season is when the majority of families all over the world celebrate Christmas. Maybe I should just talk about Uganda which I am familiar with since my knowledge of the rest of the world is mainly from well-traveled […]

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