Program August 25: Dr. Braimah Apambire

Dr. Apambire, Senior Assistant to the President for Global Sustainability and Director of the Center for International Water and Sustainability at the Desert Research Institute, is an expert in international Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) and development matters with extensive field, academic, teaching, grant making and management experience.

Dr. Apambire has travelled extensively and worked in several countries on WASH and developmental issues. He is highly networked within the WASH donor, NGO, bilateral and multi-lateral communities. He is familiar with integrating WASH activities into other developmental sectors such as health, agriculture, education, environment, gender and micro-finance. 

Prior to returning to DRI in 2012, Dr. Apambire served as a Senior Advisor at the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, where he managed  the Foundation’s WASH grant portfolio; advised Foundation staff and the Board of Directors on policy, advocacy and technical matters related to the WASH sector and represented the Foundation in the sector. Previously, he was the Director of the WASH Sector at World Vision US where he led the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of global WASH strategies and large-scale integrated sustainable programs. He also served as the WASH Director for the WVI Global Center and led the strategy development and the creation of an internet-based Community of Practice for the WASH sector of the partnership of close to 100 countries.


 

 

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The CD includes 10 of Lacy's greatest hits and the two Rotary songs she performed at the RI convention in New Orleans "We Are Rotary" and "This Close".  Net proceeds go to Polio Plus. Lacy is a big supporter of Rotary's efforts to eliminate Polio.  Many people don't know that her sister is a Polio survivor.  Lacy is very supportive and appreciative of Rotary for all they do to make our world a better place.

Does your club need a new fundraiser? 

If your club needs a fundraiser that is fun, a good value, and requires a minimal number of man hours to plan, then consider hiring Lacy to do a benefit concert.  Unlike many club fundraisers most of the money from a concert comes from the community not your club members. Call Terry House at (775) 351-5514 or email Thouse@SilverLegacy.com  for more information

For advice on what it takes to do a concert for a club fundraiser email fellow Rotarian at stevemestre@charter.net. 

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Speakers
Aug 25, 2014
Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) in Developing Countries
Sep 01, 2014
LABOR DAY HOLIDAY
Sep 08, 2014
The Ebola Epidemic
Sep 15, 2014
City of Reno Mayoral Debate
Sep 22, 2014
Rotary Youth Exchange in Argentina
Sep 29, 2014
Fire Prevention Week
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Club Events
Loyalton Rotary Lamb Feed Loyalton, California
Aug 22, 2014 04:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Rotary Night at the Reno Aces Reno Aces Ballpark
Aug 23, 2014
UNR vs Southern Utah Tailgate Party KNPB
Aug 30, 2014 10:00 AM
Air Race Parking Reno Air Races, Stead Airport
Sep 11, 2014 07:00 AM - Sep 14, 2014 11:00 AM
Air Race Parking Reno Air Races, Stead Airport
Sep 11, 2014 07:00 AM - Sep 14, 2014 11:00 AM
Observe Lemelson STEM Academy's 6th Grade Trip Sep 17, 2014 11:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Officers
President Harvey Fennell
President Elect Curt Chapman
Treasurer Tanya McCaffery
Secretary Jim Elston
Community Service Chair Fritsi Ericson
Administrative Committee Chair Curt Chapman
International CommitteeChair Charles Dodson
Membership Chair/Director Sheila Hlubucek
Youth Services Chair/Director Bill Boon
Foundation Chair/Past Pres Carl Fuetsch
PR Committee Chair/Director Kurt Mische
Vocational Chair/Director Phillip Mahoney
Director Craig Wesner
Reno Rotary Foundation President Kim Mazeres
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