Apresentação em tema: "SEMINÁRIO DISTRITAL da FUNDAÇÃO ROTARIA Distrito 4620"— Transcrição da apresentação:
1 SEMINÁRIO DISTRITAL da FUNDAÇÃO ROTARIA Distrito 4620 Sorocaba, Fevereiro 2012TRF ANTONIO HALLAGE
2 Metas da FUNDAÇÃO ROTARIA para 2011-12 Sorocaba, Fevereiro 2012
3 Metas da Fundação Rotária Para 2011-12 META #1- Erradicar a Polio
4 Metas da Fundação Rotária Para 2011-12 META #1- Erradicar a PolioMETA #2- Construir um sentido de propriedade através de contribuições anuais
5 O D e a FRValor tot. das contrib (63.000)No. de clubes no DistritoNo. de rotarianosPer Cápita Distrital (Tot) , , , ,64 (51,59)Potencial mínimo de contribuição1.221 X US$ 7,00 X 52 sem. = US$1.221 x US$ 7,00 x 20 sem. = US$
6 Metas da Fundação Rotaria Para 2011-12 META #1- Erradicar a PolioMETA #2- Construir um sentido de propriedade através de contribuições anuaisMETA #3- Progresso contínuo no PVF e alinhamento dos projetos com as 6 Áreas de Foco
7 PLANO DE VISÃO DE FUTURO Atualização Sorocaba, Fevereiro 2012
8 Metas do Plano de Visão de Futuro • Simplificar programas e processos• Focar os serviços dos Rotarianos para aumentar o impacto global• Apoiar atividades locais e globais• Ampliar o sentimento proprietário a nível distrital e de clube• Realçar a Imágem Pública do RotarySince 2005 the Foundation has been engaged in getting feedback from Rotarians worldwide in the development of the Future Vision Plan. The goals of the plan are to…Simplify programs and processes…to help streamline the grant process and time and reduce operational costsFocus Rotarian service efforts to increase global impact….to have the same kind of impact we’ve had with polio in areas like water and sanitation, maternal and child health and basic education and literacySupport global and local efforts…to support clubs and districts in all the communities they serveIncrease a sense of ownership at the district and club levels…and give clubs and districts easier access to the FoundationEnhance Rotary’s public image….to demonstrate the impact we have as an organization, which will attract more donors and volunteers to our effortsThe Future Vision plan will help us achieve these goals. But to know if our strategy will work, it is necessary to test the plan. The 3-year pilot which began on 1 July 2010 includes participation from 100 of 530 Rotary districts. During the pilot, the Foundation will be working to evaluate the plan and make adjustments as necessary before full world launch in
9 Areas de Foco Paz e prevenção/resolução de conflitos Prevenção e tratamento de doençasÁgua e SaneamentoSaúde materna e infantilAlfabetização e Educação BásicaDesenvolvimento Econômico e ComunitárioThe Trustees of The Rotary Foundation have identified six areas of focus for the new grant structure. These areas reflect critical humanitarian issues and needs that Rotarians are already addressing worldwide. They will align Rotary with other international development efforts and will strategically further the Foundation's mission. Each of the areas has specific goals associated with the area.The Trustees have committed to these areas of focus for at least nine years. In fact, the Trustees are encouraging nonpilot clubs and districts to focus their current Foundation program activity in these six areas even before the Future Vision Plan is launched to the entire Rotary world.
10 Modelo Atual e Futuro Modelo Atual Modelo Futuro Bolsas educacionais: Multi-anualBolsas de Estudo: CulturaisBolsas Educacionais: AnuaisBolsas de Estudo: Países de Baixa RendaBolsas para Professores UniversitáriosIntercâmbio de Grupo de EstudosProgramas EducacionaisProgramas HumanitáriosSubsídios EquivalentesSubsídios Distritais SimplificadosSubsídios Saúde, Fome e Humanidade (3H)Subsídios de Serviços VoluntáriosSeminários Regional para BolsistasRecuperação em DesastresSubsídios GlobaisModelo FuturoSubsídios DistritaisDesenvolvido a nível de Clubes e distritosSubsídios GlobaisSubsídios Globais Pré- EstabelecidosGrupos de Treinamento Vocacional , Bolsas de Estudo, ProjetosSo how does the plan simplify the grant model?Current modelAt one time there were some 12 different grant types each with their own set of Program criteria and goals; eligibility guidelines; business cycles; application forms and funding mechanisms.This large menu of offerings has made the process confusing for Rotarians to navigate in trying to access foundation funds for their activities. Additionally, separating programs between educational and humanitarian activities has resulted in high operational costs.Future modelIn the future vision model there are only two grant types; District Grants and Global Grants which fund activities for educational and humanitarian activities. These activities are funded for each grant type using simplified eligibility guidelines; one business cycle that virtually eliminates application deadlines and allows for a rolling submission of applications throughout the year. The application and authorization process has been streamlined by making it available online and the funding mechanisms are also streamlined.For the duration of the pilot, both non-pilot and pilot clubs and districts will be able to support Rotary Centers and PolioPlus.PolioPlus e Centros Rotary
11 Novo Modelo de Subsídios Subsídio Globalda Fundação RotáriaSubsídio Distritalda Fundaçào RotariaTo simplify the grant-making process, the Future Vision Plan offers only two types of grants: Rotary Foundation Global Grants and Rotary Foundation Districts Grants. The new grant model of the Future Vision Plan optimizes contributions to our Foundation by helping clubs and districts use Foundation funds for greater impact, greater flexibility, and greater sustainability.
12 Subsídios Globais • Projetos de longa duração • Subsídios de maior valor• Resultados sustentáveis• Alinhamento com as Áreas de Foco• Equiparados pelo Fundo Mundial• Duas opções: desenvolvidos por clube-distrito e pré- estabelecidosRotary Foundation Global Grants fund projects and activities that are sustainable and measurable and relate to the goals of the areas of focus. In order to support these goals, global grants provide larger awards for projects and activities with a minimum World Fund award of $15,000, resulting in a total project cost of US$30,000 and above.Clubs and districts may develop their own global grant projects or they can choose from a menu of packaged global grants that the Foundation is developing in conjunction with its strategic partners.Since global grants include a World Fund match they are a flexible and economical option for scholarships. In addition, clubs can partner together to develop holistic projects that incorporate humanitarian and educational activities in the same grant, again, as long as it relates to the areas of focus.
13 Subsídios DistritaisAtividades Educacionais e Humanitárias consistentes com a missãoBloco único de subsídios concedidos anualmenteAtividades e Projetos menoresFinanciando atividades locais ou internacionaisDecisão local com termos dereferência mais amplosRotary Foundation District Grants support the overall mission of The Rotary Foundation, but do not necessarily tie to the six areas of focus, thereby allowing a broad range of choices for clubs and districts.The district can apply annually for one District Grant – a “block grant” so to speak – for up to 50% of its available District Designated Funds for that Rotary Year - after reviewing requests from its Rotarians and clubs. The district then issues the money and reports to its clubs how all the funds were utilized.The Foundation itself requires very minimal reporting, thanks to the advance planning done by clubs and districts before the funds are requested. This enables districts to close out their grants quickly.District grants are intended to support smaller activities and projects both locally and internationally.
16 Estatistica Ano 1: Subs. Globais 208 Numero de Subsídios$25,509* Valor médio/Subs.$57,631* Valor médio/Proj.$5.3 milhões* Subsid.Prevenção e Trat. De Doenças $1.06MSaúde Materno/Infan $616KDesnvolvime nto Econômico e Comunitário $669KÁgua e Saneamento $1.7MHere is a further breakdown of global grant activity this year.Of the 208 global grants awarded, the average award amount was about $25,000, and the average budget was about $57,000. Awarded $5.3 million of $7 million budget.Activity was somewhat slower than expected as clubs learned about the new grant types and how to use the online system and sought partners among other pilot districts.Top three areas of focus are: water and sanitation at $1.7 m; disease prevention and treatment at about $1 m and basic education and literacy at $945KPAZ e Resolução de Conflitos $321KAlfabetização e Educaçào $945K* In U.S. Dollars
17 Estatistica Ano1: Subs. Distritais 95 Numero de Subsídios$64,000* Valor médio/ Subsídio21 Número de Projetos$3,061* Valor médio/ Projeto$6.1 milhões* Total de SubsídioAdministração 2%Água 7%Viagens 2%Desenvolvimento Comunitário29%Saúde 20%TRF funded 95 district grants in the first year of the pilot. It was anticipated that not all districts would make use of the district grant, particularly those that had small amounts of DDF. They would prefer to get a match from global grants.The average award for these block grants was $64,000. Districts distributed these funds to an average of 21 clubs with an average award of $3,061.Total funds awarded for district grants were $6.1 million.You can see the three biggest areas of activity are educational projects (mainly scholarships for students to study locally or abroad), health projects and general community development projects. Water projects are much smaller as they are typically funded as global grants.Some 26 districts used their district grant funds for GSE type of exchanges that they organized themselves.Up to 3% of the DG can be used to cover the district’s cost of administration.Alimentos/ Agricultura 3%Educação 37%* In U.S. Dollars
18 Comparação dos TemposEntre a Entrega dos Formulários , até o Encerramento do ProjetoSubsídios Distritais SimplificadosDuração Total : de 8 a 58 mesesDuração média : 20 mesesSubsídios DistritaisDuração Total : 4 a 11 mesesDuração média : 7 meses
19 Novidades Oikocredit • Subsídio Global Pré- Definido • Financiamento de Instituições Micro- Financeiras• Empréstimos a pequenos empreendedores• Valor outorgado: US$20k a US$ 50kMercy Ships• Formação de Equipes de capacitação profissional• Equipes na área de saúde para tomar parte em operações cirúrgicas chaves• Auxílio na formação de colegas nos países beneficiários
20 Realimentação (últimos 12 meses) Sucessos• Melhor perfil de projetos após a erradicação da Polio• Flexibilidade dos Subsídios Distritais• Foco, maior impacto dos subsídios Globais• Parcerias EstratégicasOportunidades• Simplificação ainda maior dos Subs. Globais• Sustentabilidade nos Projetos (entendimento)• Parceria entre Clubes e Distritos• Transição dos distritos Não-PilotoOver the course of the last 12 months, the Future Vision Committee and Trustees have received feedback through s and letters and a series of surveys sent to primary contacts and district leaders that have applied for grants. All of this feedback has been helpful in considering how best to modify the plan so that it fulfills the needs of Rotarians and the aims of the plan. The pilot provides a unique opportunity to learn what is working and what is not working. It is still too early to conclude how to proceed, but I thought I would highlight some successes and opportunities for improvement.SuccessesSome of the successes to date have been the excitement and acceptance of the areas of focus, which will provide TRF with a greater profile once polio is eradicated.Districts have made good use of the flexibility offered through district grants, financing small local service projects, as well as some of the traditional grant activities such as GSE and in some cases large international service projects. Scholarships have been particularly popular as districts can fund local students to attend local schools with their district grants.Clubs are submitting global grant applications that have more focused outcomes with the areas of focus and meet the new minimum request amount of $15,000. A small number of applications have had to be declined because they did not meet the new requirements.Several partnerships have been approved by the Trustees and the Foundation is rolling out packaged grant opportunities with each partner.OpportunitiesHowever, there are still opportunities for improvement. Based on feedback received about global grants, it is clear there are still opportunities to further simplify the application process and the online experience for Rotarians.There are also opportunities to clarify for clubs and districts what they can do to make their projects sustainable in the long term. Often the focus is still on short term, one time projects that miss opportunities to address larger needs in the community that address the root causes of poverty, disease and illiteracy.The pilot has created some difficulties for districts that have partnered together in the past. In order to test the FV model, it was necessary for the pilot districts to be using the same grant system, which has impacted existing partnerships between pilot and nonpilot districts. We recognize this has been a challenge and have provided some alternative ways to work together. As a result many new relationships have been initiated.Many nonpilot districts are anxious to receive more information about transitioning into Future Vision. District leaders have received updates and information outlining what they can do to prepare for transition. I have some ideas to share with you.
21 Preparando para 2013-14 • Alinhar atividades com as áreas de foco • Usar os webinars e outros materiais de referência• Desenvolver relacionamento entre distritos (piloto e não-piloto)• Preparar os Comitês Ditr. da FR• Ficar em dia com os relatórios de Proj.• Planejar já e treinar equipes em gestão de Projetos, qualificando-asDuring the pilot, there are many things nonpilot districts can do to prepare for the transition in 2013.The Trustees are encouraging all clubs and districts, pilot and nonpilot, to focus their current Foundation program activity in the six areas of focus even before the new grant model is launched for the entire Rotary world. In fact, many districts are already doing this.Nonpilot districts can take full advantage of training opportunities, webinars and resource materials that have been developed to educate Rotarians about Future Vision which are available on the website. The very latest information is also ed monthly to Rotarians who subscribe on the website to the Future Vision News.Consider developing a relationship with a pilot district to share experiences. Ask your regional Rotary Foundation coordinator to connect you with pilot districts.Begin building your district Rotary Foundation committee. District Rotary Foundation committee chairs for should be named by 1 July Try to appoint district Rotary Foundation subcommittee chairs earlier as well so they have time to learn about the new Rotary Foundation grants.Once your club or district has completed a grant project, be sure to report on it promptly. Clubs and districts cannot apply for global or district grants until they have reported on current grant projects. So it is important to stay up to date.Learn about the grant management training and qualification requirements so that your club and district can be prepared to implement them.
22 Preparando para 2013-14 • Alinhar atividades com as áreas de foco • Usar os webinars e outros materiais de referência• Desenvolver relacionamento entre distritos (piloto e não-piloto)• Preparar os Comitês Ditr. da FR• Ficar em dia com os relatórios de Proj.• Planejar já e treinar equipes em gestão de Projetos, qualificando-asDuring the pilot, there are many things nonpilot districts can do to prepare for the transition in 2013.The Trustees are encouraging all clubs and districts, pilot and nonpilot, to focus their current Foundation program activity in the six areas of focus even before the new grant model is launched for the entire Rotary world. In fact, many districts are already doing this.Nonpilot districts can take full advantage of training opportunities, webinars and resource materials that have been developed to educate Rotarians about Future Vision which are available on the website. The very latest information is also ed monthly to Rotarians who subscribe on the website to the Future Vision News.Consider developing a relationship with a pilot district to share experiences. Ask your regional Rotary Foundation coordinator to connect you with pilot districts.Begin building your district Rotary Foundation committee. District Rotary Foundation committee chairs for should be named by 1 July Try to appoint district Rotary Foundation subcommittee chairs earlier as well so they have time to learn about the new Rotary Foundation grants.Once your club or district has completed a grant project, be sure to report on it promptly. Clubs and districts cannot apply for global or district grants until they have reported on current grant projects. So it is important to stay up to date.Learn about the grant management training and qualification requirements so that your club and district can be prepared to implement them.
23 Plano de Treinam. 2011-12 – Assine o Boletim do PVF • Processo de transição de lideranças distritais– Assine o Boletim do PVF– Ler Transição para a Visão de Futuro: Prepariando Seu Distrito para os Subsídios da TRF em 2013– Rever as informações sobre Subsídios nos manuais gerais de treinamento no• Sessões separadas na Assembléia Internacional de 2012 (piloto. E não piloto)In order for all clubs and districts to be ready to participate in the new grant model beginning in July 2013, the Foundation has developed a training plan that spans the next two years. The following are some ways that clubs and districts can begin the transition process during :All interested Rotarians are welcome to subscribe to the monthly Future Vision e-newsletter.Read “Transition to Future Vision: Preparing your District for Rotary Foundation Grants in 2013,” an online tool that provides a timeline of major events in preparation for full launch in 2013.Clubs and districts are also encouraged to review information about the new grant model in RI’s training manuals and atIn January 2012, all DGEs will attend Future Vision sessions at the International Assembly. Based on feedback received from DGEs at IA 2011, we will hold separate sessions for pilot and nonpilot districts.
24 Plano de Treinam• Trainamento a ser provido nos seguintes eventos:– GETS/Institutos Rotary– Ass Internacional de 2013– PETS– Assembléias Distriais– Seminários de Gestão de Subsídios• Todos os manuais de treinamento estão completamente integradosIn the training process will intensify. Clubs and districts will receive training on the new grant model at GETS, Rotary institutes, IA2013, PETS, district assemblies and grant management seminars.Training manuals will be fully integrated to provide all clubs and districts with information about the new grant model.
25 Referências Bibliográficas • Módulos de E-learning• Materiais de atualização– Manual do Comité Distrital da TRF– Manual do Seminário Distrital da Fundação Rotária– Manual de Gestão de Subsídios e Manual de Gestão de Subsídios – Guia para Líderes– Manual do Governador de Distrito• Transição para a Visão de Futuro: Preparando Seu Distrito para os Subsídios da TRF em 2013There are a number of resources available to help Rotarians get ready for full world launch of the new grant model.The e-learning center now has 18 modules focused on various issues related to Future Vision. Please encourage Rotarians to visit the e-learning center and take advantage of these wonderful resources.The District Rotary Foundation Committee Manual and the District Rotary Foundation Seminar Manual have been updated and include information for both pilot and nonpilot districts. These publications are available on the RI website. The Grant Management Manual and the accompanying leader’s guide have been revised and are available online. The District Governor’s Manual has also been updated to incorporate information about the new grant model.As mentioned earlier, the “Transition to Future Vision” handout is available online. Feel free to share this resource with any interested Rotarians.