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JCI Veep in Ghana for Working Visit


The 2018 Vice President of Junior Chamber International, Asha Auckloo on Friday, April 27, 2018, began a three-day working visit to Ghana.

Her visit is to foster and increase cooperation with JCI’S development partners, government agencies and some High Commissions in Ghana. It also intended to train some members of JCI.

Asha Auckolo who touched down on Thursday, from Mauritius embarked on her visit with other top members of JCI Ghana. They include the 2018 JCI President Ghana, Senator Emmanuel Bonney, the 2018 JCI National Vice President Ghana, Alan Akakpo, the 2018 JCI General Secretary Ghana, and Tricia Karikari.

The team’s first call was on the Manager, the National Malaria Control Programme,  Dr. Kezia Malm. The visit there was to share best practices in the approach in fighting Malaria and also strengthen JCI’s partnership with the Malaria Control Programme.

Dr. Kezia Malm on her part encouraged JCI continue to work closely her outfit.

The Team’s next stop was a courtesy call on the Indian High Commissioner, Birender Singh. The call was to formerly inform him of the JCI World Congress 2018 in Goa, India. The congress which comes off October 30 to November 3, will bring together active members, senators, alumni, and even non-members to network and explore business opportunities.

Before rounding her visits for the day, Asha Auckloo visited the South La Estates Basic School where the JCI Accra Royale chapter has furnished and handed over a library to the school. The project which started in 2013, has equipped the library with over 1200 reading books, 20 computers, furniture  among others, has improved the reading and writing skills of the pupils and also increased enrollment.

The team also made a brief stop at La, Kaadjanor, where JCI Accra Royale Chapter will build a 12 seater toilet facility for the community.

The 2018 Vice President of Junior Chamber International, Asha Auckloo’s last place for day one was a visit to the showroom of Barimah Shoes belonging to Yaw Barima Agyapong Addo. He is a recipient of the 2015 JCI TEN OUTSTANDING YOUNG PERSONS AWARDS, the Business, economic and/or entrepreneurial accomplishment category.

Source: Graphic Online

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