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The Logar Province Governor has said, that he has arranged everything with necessary equipments for Rotary Club, however, we met our club leader he didn’t agree with us, in addition our club partner in USA International Rotary Club said; the rotary club shouldn’t have office room and should not be close to political affairs places.

 

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دفتر ولایت لوگر به هیئت رهبری روتری کلب ما اطلاع داد که:

 

برای روتری کلب شما یک دفترخیلی لوکس درجواردفتر والی لوگر درنظرگرفته شده است. هیئت رهبری روتری کلب ما بعداز جلسه واخذمشوره ازروتری کلب آمریکا که پارتنرماست فیصله نمودکه:

       برای روتری کلب نزدیک شدن با دفاتردولتی واصلاً داشتن دفترلازم نیست.

A second Rotary club is chartered in Afghanistan

Rotary International News

18 February 2005
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On 23 January, the Rotary Club of Jalalabad, Afghanistan, received its charter from Abdul Rauf Rohaila, governor of District 3270 (Afghanistan and Pakistan). This brings the number of Rotary clubs in the country to two. The other, the Rotary Club of Kabul Center, Kabul, was established in 2004.

In addition to charter members of the club, attendees of the ceremony included local dignitaries and Past District 5340 Governor Steve Brown and Fary Moini, of the Rotary Club of La Jolla Golden Triangle, California, USA. The U.S. club is a cosponsor of the new club, along with the Rotary Club of Peshawar South, North-West Frontier Province, Pakistan.

Charter club president Mohammad Ishaq Niazmand was presented with Paul Harris Fellow Recognition, sponsored by the Rotary Club of La Mesa, California, in honor of his outstanding leadership in organizing the new club and his service to the local community.

Jalalabad Mayor Abdul Razzaq Arsalai, also a charter member, addressed the ceremony. He had just returned from a trip to San Diego, California, to celebrate the establishment of a Sister Cities relationship between Jalalabad and San Diego, an outcome of the Rotary connections between the two cities. The new Jalalabad club members were already carrying out service projects supporting a local school, developing a local recreational park, and helping to establish links between Nangarhar University in Jalalabad and universities in San Diego.

For more details about Afghanistan's newest Rotary club, contact club president Mohammad Ishaq Niazmand or club secretary Abdul Wali Ghafoori.


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