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Memorial award for International service projects
THE JACQUI CROMPTON MEMORIAL PLATE
This award is presented annually to recognise excellence in International and World Community Service during the Rotary year.
- Entries must contain sufficient detail to enable judgement on the criterion shown below.
- It may be a short or long-term project but must have reached a stage in its development where its past and/or future value is clearly demonstrated.
- The same project may be submitted in more than one year but can win only once.
The criteria are:
- A high degree of involvement from International and Foundation Committees.
- The inclusion of an overseas visit.
- Self-reliance and the involvement of an overseas and local partner.
- The replicability of the project: whether other clubs can take it up and its suitability as a District project.
- The project addresses the issues of need, poverty and inequality.
- The severity of that need.
- Any technology is cost effective and affordable for the local community to maintain.
- The possibility of monitoring, evaluation and feed-back to members.
- Positive change occurs as a result of the project
- Matching and/or helping grants have been considered and applied for where relevant.
All clubs in the District are eligible
The winning entry is selected by a panel of Past District Governors whose decision will be final.
The winning club will be announced and the presentation made at the District Conference. A certificate will also be awarded as a permanent Memento and the winning club will be asked to produce a display board, illustrating the project, at the International Rally and Project Fair.
Follow the links on the left to see previous winners.