District Governor: Hon. Mike Kennedy Sebalu
District Rotaract Representative: Sarah Owembabazi
Geographical Coverage: Uganda
Total Membership: 4,032 Rotarians and 2,833 Rotaractors
No. of Rotary Clubs: 208 Rotary clubs and 107 Rotaract Clubs
Membership Split: 45% Women Vs 55% Men
Annual Fund Giving 2021/22: US$ 270,537
Total Giving to the Foundation: US$ 415,823
Global Grant Utilisation: US$ 945,786
TRF Categories: Arch Klumph Society Member, Major Donors, Paul Harris Fellows, Bequest Society members
District Flagship Project: Basic Education and Literacy Program (BELEP) focuses on literacy enhancement; in-service teacher training; infrastructure maintenance, resource provision, and parental involvement.
270 kilometers from the Ugandan capital Kampala, lies Mbarara, the second largest metropolitan area in Uganda also known as the land of milk and honey. Mbarara gets its name from a mispronunciation of Emburara, a tall type of green grass that is a favorite of the long-horned Ankole cattle.
The city, located in a forest region and surrounded by an area that was part of the historical Ankole kingdom is where we will be gathering between 27 to 29 April 2023 to celebrate the love and great memories of the Rotary year 2022/2023.
From here, we will fellowship as a family and celebrate our communities, and share our successes of the Amazing Rotary Year under the leadership of the two Governors; Mike Kennedy Sebalu (9213) and Peace Taremwa (9214). Our leaders have chosen Las Vegas Hotel in Mbarara to host the annual District Conference.
Through the conference, Rotarians will have an opportunity to learn about what’s happening in the two districts and meet other Rotarians in the area. The meeting will also give us an opportunity to engage with Amazing leaders from various parts of the country, showcase projects, spend time with friends and expand our networks.
Registration for the conference is now ongoing through https://dc98.jjengo.com/ at an early bird registration fee of USD 190 for Rotarians and USD 120 for Rotractors. Through the Registration portal, you will be able to open your profile and make payments using your MasterCard, Visa, and Mobile Money.
The cost covers key conference activities like venues, speakers, and evening activities that help Rotarians to bond as they celebrate the end of the Rotary year. After a long year of work, we need to unwind with the beauty that Mbarara presents. There’s a lot to do! Much more than you might think and lots of fun too.
For more details about the conference please contact the Conference Chair Rtn Geoffrey Kitakule on firstname.lastname@example.org or the Public Image chair Rtn Sylvia Nankya by email email@example.com or call +256 778120939. For registration-related questions please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Amazing District Governor Mike Kennedy Sebalu
Mike Kennedy Sebalu is an East African of Ugandan origin. He is a member of the Rotary
Club of Bukoto where he served in various capacities including being President in 2012.
Beyond the club he served in the following capacities among others:
AG zone 8
District Chair Public Relations x 2
District Chair TRF x2
District Vice-Chair in charge of mobilization for the 94th DCA. Twende Dar
Chair 3rd cancer run
Member Advisory board – Makerere Rotary Peace Center
Director- Rotary Uganda
A member of different organizing committees for RI Presidents since 2011
An aide to RI President Shekhar Mehta on his recent visit to Uganda.
and now the Amazing District Governor
He is a strong supporter and contributor to the Rotary Foundation. In that regard, he is a Major Donor level 2, a member of the Bequest Society, a Paul Harris Society member, and a Benefactor to TRF.
He is a leader with a knowledge base that is informed by good education, experience, exposure, and expertise. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree, a Master of International Relations and Diplomatic Studies, and a Doctorate of Business administration.
He has previously served as a Constituent Assembly Delegate that enacted and promulgated the 1994 Uganda
constitution. He was a member of the 7th Parliament of Uganda.
He was awarded with a Golden Jubilee Medal in 2012 as Uganda celebrated 50 years of independence.
He served in the Inaugural Pan African Parliament based in South Africa.
He served for two terms at the East African Legislative Assembly based in Arusha-Tanzania.
He was a member of the East African Legislative Assembly Commission which is the administrative organ of the
He was a member of the eminent persons of the African Peers Review Commission
He was a member of the East African Community First tracking committee.
He is the Executive Chairman of A-Plus Group of companies.
He is the chairperson of St Lawrence University.
He chairs and serves on a number of governing boards of both government and corporate institutions at the national, regional, and continental level.
He is a family man married to PP Maggie Sebalu of RC Natete-Kampala with whom they served as Presidents of their respective clubs in the same year. Their bedroom was indeed Presidential.
They are blessed with 4 biological children including a set of twin girls. He is a God-fearing person and also a patriotic law abiding citizen of Uganda.