Our Club(Rotary Club of Oysterbay) not only has it been the biggest and most diversified club in Tanzania but matured and gave birth to six new Rotary Clubs in less than three years time. Chartering of the sixth Club by the name Rotary Club of Ukonga took place on 12th January 2021. Not only that members were asked to join Rotary in Ukonga  but also we(Rotary Club of Oysterbay) took them hand by hand to help them see what Rotary means and gave them an experience of being Rotarians before chartering. We translated the Four way test, constitution to easy their way in, paid charter fee ( to encourage them) and when they decided to renovate a single class at Juhudi we as mother club asisted the second one!!! We are now working on a global grant for the two schools and on top of that Medical Camp is on the way.
The Rotary Club of Oysterbay and Rotary Club Of Ukonga handing over the renovated classrooms worth 8Mill Tzs (4000Usd) to Juhudi Primary School on 12 January 2021 aim being supporting Government efforts to provide education services to the public.
The donation aimed at uplifting education standards and making general learning environment conducive to both pupils and teachers.
Join us on the 2nd of February 2020 as we make an initiative to provide free medical checkups to the students of Msasani A and B primary schools.
Tickets to the 10th Anniversary Gala Dinner are now on sale. Tickets are available at TZS 100,000 per person. For more details and reservations, please contact Mariam Abbas on 0752 150 895.
Rotary Club of Dar es Salaam Oysterbay had the honour of hosting DG Xavier Sentamu in his first ever visit to the club since being inaugurated. For more pictures of the visit, please click here

The Arabian Dreams, that was the theme of this year's Goat Races organised by the Rotary Club of Dar es salaam Oysterbay. A fun filled event for both the young and the old with lots of entertainment, food and drinks. For more pictures click here
Tickets for the installation of PE. Amish and the new board for the Rotary year 2019/2020 are now on sale. There are limited spaces available, make sure you purchase your tickets in time before they run out. 
Each ticket is 60,000/- which will include dinner. 
To get your tickets please contact Rtn. Angelika on 0689 619 930. 
Join us for our fabulous fundraising event that is co-hosted with the Rotary Clubs of Dar es Salaam City, Mbezi Beach and Sunset. 
The proceeds will be split between the 4 clubs to be used for various service projects within the areas of focus. 
To book your spot contact from RCOB contact Sandee Daccache or Farida Versi. 
If you're not from the club and would like to attend please email president @ rotarydar.com.
NOTE: No tickets will be sold at the door. Make sure you book your spot in advance.

For the second time this year, the Rotary Club of Oyster Bay in Dar es Salaam is providing medical services in the form of a one-day Medical Pop-Up Camp to students in primary education. The approx. 1,400 children of Makumbusho and Victoria Primary Schools will be offered a medical check-up, treatment, medicine and hygiene education free of charge. The Medical Camp at Makumbusho Primary School is part of Rotary Club of Oyster Bay’s ongoing Community Health Initiative (CHI), which organizes medical camps and other health targeted initiatives since 2012.


View more photos of the medical camp here.

Understanding that we make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give the club members of Dar es Salaam Oyster Bay visited the Salvation Army Orphanage Centre on Sunday 28th of October. The orphanage which is located in Kurasini, Dar es salaam houses and looks after more than 200 children, most of them being with special needs.

On Tuesday 4th September, The Rotary Club of Oyster Bay will welcome the District Governor (DG) Sharmila Bhatt for the DG's Official Visit. This meeting will be one of the most important ones of the year and all members are required to be in attendance.
As this will be an extra special meeting, the times and formats have changed a little bit.
The agenda starts at 0630 and will complete by 0900.
The purpose of the District Governor’s visit:
  • To educate and support clubs in important Rotary issues and promoting the goals of the RI President.
  • They can and will provide attention to weak or struggling clubs.
  • Motivate Rotarians to participate in service activities.
  • Ensure that the constitution and bylaws of the clubs comply with the constitutional documents.
  • Learn about your club goals, their communities and to lend any assistance.
  • This is an opportunity for them to hear from clubs about how the district can better support them.
For every club member:
  • It is customary to greet the DG with a standing ovation upon introduction and after their speech.
  • Dress is NOT casual.
  • Invite your spouse/partner.  They are highly encouraged to attend. We love to have them involved in our club, and this will give them a great picture of what we are all about and what our focus will be for the year.
  • If you are a Paul Harris Fellow please wear your PHF Pin. 
  • Don't forget your Rotary pin!

The Rotary Club of Oyster Bay in Dar es Salaam provides medical services for the students of Msasani A and B schools in a one-day medical camp on the school’s premises. Students are offered medical check-ups, treatment and counseling for a number of medical conditions. The medical camp is part of the ongoing engagement of Rotary Oyster Bay to support the Msasani Primary Schools.