Cadre: Economic and Community Development (ECD)

Created: 5-Aug-2015


This forum is for Economic and Community Development cadre members to discuss ECD project planning and implementation, and for Rotarians to seek ECD expertise.



Discussion Group Moderators (January - June 2018)

Doreen Busingye | Rotary Club of Kyengera, Uganda | District 9211
Doreen Busingye currently works with the Government of Uganda Public Financial Management Reform Programme that aims at strengthening Public Financial Management at Central Government and Local Government levels to ensure efficient, effective, and accountable use of public resources as a basis for improved service delivery to create wealth and enhance economic growth. She has also worked with communities, undertaken community sensitization and mobilization. She has taken on several assignments addressing needs assessment, project appraisals, proposal writing, risk management, sustainability planning and management, monitoring & evaluation. She has organized communities in starting savings, credit cooperative associations, organized groups to start up income generation activities, including tailoring, weaving, and domestic waste management.

Maureen Duncan | Rotary e-Club of San Diego Global, USA| District 5340
Maureen Duncan is a former Peace Corps Volunteer where she focused on community development in Brazil. She now teaches and manages vocational departments at two community colleges in the San Francisco Bay Area. Past courses include: Computer Applications/Skills for Business, How to Start Your Own Business, and Computer Information Systems. She previously served as Dean of the Diesel Mechanics, Dental Hygiene and Auto Mechanics vocational programs. As a Cadre member, Maureen has evaluated agriculture programs, aid in the development of small business development, and various vocational programs for the homeless, indigenous and recovering alcohol and drug addicts.

Areas of Focus - Growing Local Economies, Grants, Projects
cadre, ECD, Economic and Community Development, economic, community, development, Global grants