Richard Tatara

2021 International Service Summit Chair, Rotary Club of Naperville

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May 1, 2021
8:00 am - 8:15 am

Speakers

  • Alma Jones (Speaker) President, Rotary Club of Naperville
  • Richard Tatara (Speaker) 2021 International Service Summit Chair, Rotary Club of Naperville

Description

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May 1, 2021
8:45 am - 9:00 am

Speakers

  • Delvin Salgado (Speaker) Mayor, El Negrito, Honduras
  • Karina Umana (Speaker) Schools for Children of the World - Honduras
  • Richard Tatara (Speaker) 2021 International Service Summit Chair, Rotary Club of Naperville
  • Charles Newman (Speaker) President and Co-Founder, Schools for the Children of the World (SCW)

Description

This conversation between El Negrito Mayor Delvin Salgado (in Spanish) and Karina Umaña (who will translate the conversation into English) will focus on the actual current challenges government officials face trying to improve educational opportunities for their constituents, and how NGO’s and Service Organizations can partner with and assist them to make a significant difference for the people they serve. This session will also focus on the challenges of Project Sustainability and the need for community training to identify and manage the resources needed to sustain current and future programs.

May 1, 2021
9:00 am - 10:00 am

Speakers

  • Jerome McDonnell (Speaker) Worldview Solutions
  • Carlos Avila Molina (Speaker) Former Honduras Minister of Education and Immediate Past Honduran Ambassador to the Holy See
  • Charles Newman (Speaker) President and Co-Founder, Schools for the Children of the World (SCW)
  • Esther Suzanne Hicks (Speaker) Director of Catholic School Identity and Mission and President of Adelante Mujer, Adelante Mujer
  • Richard Tatara (Speaker) 2021 International Service Summit Chair, Rotary Club of Naperville

Description

This session will focus on the challenges facing formal education authorities in under resourced areas, and how NGO’s can assist to improve formal education in the areas they serve. Many education authorities are willing to partner with NGO’s and may provide nationally prepared curricula and teachers for new schools that comply with their established design standards. We will discuss examples that offer extended educational opportunities for many communities that only have access to grades 1-6. This session will also focus on the challenges of Educational Facility Sustainability and the need for community training to identify and manage the resources needed for the life (50 years) of any new or existing school facilities.

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Nsukka Vision 2020
May 1, 2021
10:30 am - 11:30 am

Speakers

Description

This session will focus on the importance of training for community members to help you establish long term project sustainability for your projects. These training programs can offer additional benefits to the communities you serve by teaching community members new skills. These skills can help create employment opportunities for community members and improve the local economy. (Many under-resourced areas lack opportunities for employment, and the pandemic has made this problem even worse.) We will explore methods used to teach skills, including techniques for local citizens who have limited reading, writing, and math skills. The discussion will focus on skills training and the potential employment of community members to help you with your long-term project sustainability.

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