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Rotary Club of Adliya's Podcasts
By Mahmood Al-Yousif
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A podcast summarising the Rotary Club of Adliya meetings, activities and community service projects in Bahrain.
Episodes (Total: 23)
June 15, 2011 · 00:29:50
The Rotary Club of Adliya hosted Ms Christine Gordon, the founder of RIA to talk about the centre's experiences in Inclusive Education.
Feb. 2, 2011 · 00:01:37
On every 5th Monday of the month the Rotary Club of Adliya does something special. 31.1.11 we chose to donate blood! See for more info.
Jan. 19, 2011 · 00:49:06
The RCA meets to discuss Club Business every third Monday of the month. In this meeting, the club was apprised of the progress of the forthcoming Cricket Tournament scheduled for 28 Jan 2011 and the RCA BAHMUN XVII scheduled for 17-19 March 2011 under the patronage of the Bahraini Foreign Minister Shaikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al-Khalifa. The Club also welcomed and listened to AIESEC Students whom the club sponsored to attend a leadership conference in Dubai in Nov 2010.
Oct. 10, 2010 · 01:02:22
The Rotary Club of Adliya attended this meeting by invitation of the Chairman of the Bahrain India Society H. E. Abdulnabi Al-Sho'ala. Recording made by Mahmood Al-Yousif with the kind permission of H. E. Kapil Sibal and H. E. Abdulnabi Al-Sho'ala. See for a full description.
July 20, 2010 · 00:48:01
The 2nd business meeting of the year. Membership Dev & NewGen Chair reported on his activities and plans. Club welcomed Rotaract Club of Manama & Salmaniya whose president Ebrahim Al-Shaybeh talked. PP Talal Al-Mannai won the raffle and donated back!
July 13, 2010 · 00:25:15
Mr. Mahmood Fadhl shares his experience and insight gained over 35 years working at Batelco, 25 of which were as the manager of their fleet of over 650 vehicles. He reflects on his vocational training which was key to his success at this job.
July 6, 2010 · 01:17:58
This is the first meeting of the new Rotary Year 2010/2011. A new president, a new location and a new member to be inducted along with a flurry of programs and goals from the committee chairs. It's been a very busy but satisfying meeting for the Rotary Club of Adliya.
June 24, 2010 · 00:32:03
Produced by Mahmood Al-Yousif, Gulf Broadcast. Meeting presided over by PP Redha Faraj.
May 11, 2010 · 00:27:27 - Speaker: Rotarian Wesam Baqer on why he joined the Rotary
April 26, 2010 · 00:32:12
E-WASTE: Challenges & Opportunities: These days, it's often cheaper and more convenient to buy a new PC than to upgrade an old one. But what happens to those old computers once they've been abandoned for newer models?
March 23, 2010 · 00:32:53
Presiding president: PP Alan Blackman Featured speaker - in house: Rotarian Zoher Taherbhai spoke about the rules and intricacies of cricket Fine Master: Rotarian Dr. Sajida Tabbara
March 8, 2010 · 00:27:44
HOW IMPORTANT IS HAVING AN IT STRATEGY FOR A BUSINESS? There is one constant in the IT business and that is change! So how would a business - regardless of size - get a grip on how to enact an effective IT strategy that would ensure business success? To explore this and other issues, our club invited Abdulkarim Abu Jaber, Managing Director of Primus Bahrain to discuss this topic and share some of his experience to start the attendees on the right path of creating or strengthening their company's ICT strategies. Some of the topics to be discussed include: * General IT industry Trends * IT in business and personal life * How IT can help organization grow and reduce cost * Adoption of new IT trends * How in the current economic downturn technology can drive innovation, as people and enterprises need new technologies and new products * How can IT and technologies provide companies with a competitive advantage * How running a business and overseeing IT is a tough task in the best of times. But in today’s environment—with consumer and business spending shrinking, budgets declining, the stock market sinking, and the pressure to adopt new tools and technologies growing—many organizations are finding themselves stretched to the limit. * Software as a Service
March 2, 2010 · 00:33:15
When a young person's whole future depends on a certificate, should you care if it's recognised? I'm sure that you care about your children's education and that too of the other youths in your society. Raring to "grow up" and get on with their lives. How harrowing is it then if at the cusp of their career they find that their toil for a number of years in a university has been worthless as its certification is deemed to be sub-standard and unrecognised? This refrain has unfortunately become very familiar in Bahrain, with the snow-ball starting with Kuwait refusing to recognise some Bahraini "universities", a fact confirmed by the QAAET. Some universities have made serious attempts at correcting their situations of course, but still, a number of young graduates are between the proverbial rock and a hard place and staring into what seams to them to be a bleak future. On 1st of March 2009 at our regular weekly meeting we welcomed Dr. Muna Al Balooshi – Assistant Secretary General for Accreditation and Evaluation who talked to us about this subject and answered some of our questions.
Feb. 17, 2010 · 00:30:56
Dr. Sajida Tabbara shared her experience when she crossed the UAE and Oman on her motorbike along with the Bahrain Riders motorcycle club in February 2010.
May 5, 2009 · 00:34:29
Mahmood Al-Yousif explains how to set up the members emails
April 14, 2009 · 00:15:19
Dr. Samia Al-Qattan showed us how to exercise while still tied to our seats! Visit for more information.
April 9, 2009 · 00:56:48
Qais Al-Maskati was the featured speaker, talking about the Curious Case of the Real Estate Market in Bahrain. More at
March 17, 2009 · 01:00:45
The guest speaker was Dr. Ahmed Abdul Hameed Abdul Ghani Al Shaikh of Tamkeen who explained some of their initiatives within the Labour Reform project of the Kingdom of Bahrain
Feb. 11, 2009 · 01:12:44
Bahraini filmmaker Bassam Al-Thawadi shares his experience in the Bahraini film market and looks into the future to offer his vision of how this industry will fare in Bahrain
Aug. 19, 2008 · 00:42:46
The first session after the short summer break, it was good to get together again. We had a couple of guests, one almost-member and a visiting rotarian. The speaker for the evening was Mahmood Al-Yousif who gave a tour of the club's websites.
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