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Rotary Club Of Kampala North Bulletin - April 9, 2018

ROTARY MOMENT: Dca

ROTARY MOMENT: Dca Registration Deadline Set Registration for the 93 rd District Conference Assembly (DCA) has been set for 15 th April 2018. Changes to the registration database will not be accepted after the deadline. Registered delegates are advised to ensure that their personal registration information is correct and complete before the date. For registered delegates who are not able to attend the conference and wish other delegates to take up their positions, an email authorising this change must be sent to the registration chair with a copy to the Uganda Rotary office at ugarotary@gmail.com before 15 th April 2018. Minor changes can be sent to +256772498081, same for whatsapp or on email namunywevu@gmail.com before 15 th April 2018. Delegates will be required to present a personal identification document such as passport, national identity card or a driving permit as they pick up kits at the conference registration desk in Entebbe (2 nd – 5 th May 2018). BUDDY GROUP KIKONI ON DUTY Kikoni is one of the finest buddy groups at RCKN. Their two members Judith Byaruhanga and Godfrey Katamujuna are on official leave. We introduce to you the distinguished members of buddy group Kikoni that are on duty this week. William Byandusya, Judith Byaruhanga, Godfrey Katamujuna, Steven Ampurira Munabi Tom Kajumba Sarah Bagalaaliwo Sophie Mwamula Priscilla Nakiboneka Stephen Mwebe Ssendikadiwa Daniel Ruhweza Asaph Ruhinda Ntegye Godfrey Katamujuna Byandusha Bagalaliwo Nakiboneka Ntegye-Ruhinda Munabi

.....from page 1 When people live in cities, they may not be able to store or recycle waste, so huge landfills or incinerators are needed. Is our Government catering for all these requirements? However, as consumers, we are responsible for all these problems and we can do something about it, Yes we can do our part! We can start by consuming less power. We need to ensure that we turn off lights when not in use, replace inefficient bulbs with low-power consuming ones, and not leave equipment on standby. We need to control our surging populations. Each of us can make a decision regarding family size. The pressures of high population on environment are destructive. We need to reduce our consumption, recycle, and reuse. It is important to protect the environment because man-made disruptions to ecosystems can cause extinction, because pollution creates dangers for both animals and people, and because mankind owes the natural world a moral obligation. In conclusion, our choices, however small, do have a real impact. If each one of us took two or three simple steps to live more simply, imagine the positive effect on the planet and imagine the difference you and I would make! The least we can do is every one of us to plant a tree! Mission Green Presidents being addressed by the Country Chair, Rebecca (4 th from right) at Rotary Avenue HEALTH TIPS: HOW TO HELP AN UNCONSCIOUS VICTIM An interruption in the normal activity of the brain results in unconsciousness. This potentially life-threatening condition requires immediate medical help. The aims of first-aid treatment are to check the victim’s level of consciousness, open the airway and check breathing, then, if the victim is breathing, to put him or her in a stable position until help arrives. Check the victim for signs of consciousness, open the victim’s airway and check his or her breathing. If the victim is not breathing, begin rescue breaths. If the victim is breathing, place him or her in the recovery position and treat any injuries. Examine the victim gently for any serious injuries. Control any bleeding, check for and support suspected broken arms or legs. Stay with the victim until medical help arrives. Monitor his or her breathing regularly every 10 minutes. Check for any changes in the victim’s level of consciousness by asking simple questions or shaking him or her gently every 5-10 minutes. It’s important to note the following: • Do not move the victim unnecessarily in case there is spinal injury. • If you need to leave the victim to get help, place her in the recovery position. • Do not shake a baby or child. • Be prepared to begin resuscitation. • Do not give an unconscious victim anything to eat or drink. DID YOU KNOW? • Every minute you spend angry, you lose 60 seconds of happiness. • The word STRESSED read backwards is DESSERTS. TOTS OF WISDOM • Nothing can deem the light that shines within. • Everyone wants to be a diamond but very few are willing to get cut. JUST ASKING: • Why is minute ‘in reference to time’ and minute ‘in reference to small size’ spelt the same? • Why is blue band yellow?

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