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Highlights from Other Local Organisations

05 Nov

JCI Beau Bassin/ Rose Hill

Dear Members, Senators and Aspiring Members,

It is an honour for me to send you these few words. I wish first, to seize this opportunity to congratulate JCI Curepipe for the amazing 2019 Africa and Middle East Conference that we witnessed in Mauritius.

2019 is flying fast and in the blink of an eyelid we are already in November. This year is a unique on for JCI Beau-Bassin/Rose-Hill as we celebrate our 25th Anniversary. A year of opportunity to reconnect our Members, Senators, Aspiring Members and Past Members to create more positive impact.

JCI Beau-Bassin/Rose-Hill has focussed this third quarter mainly on our ACF project in Cite Barkly. In collaboration with our partners, we focussed on conducting a need analysis followed by giving the project the right direction to create positive change in the society and we are getting well prepared to the next challenges ahead.

In view of creating more Impact, JCI Beau-Bassin/Rose-Hill, JCI Curepipe and JCI Quatre-Bornes collaborated together for a Joint Members Meeting whereby the main focus was to discuss about impactful projects and how members can help each other in implementing projects and creating positive impact in the society. I hope that this joint initiative started this year will be use as a step stone for our local organisations to move forward and achieve more next year. I wish to seize this opportunity to thank Local Presidents Karishma and Trishya for this great collaboration.

We look forward for more collaboration from the different Local Chapter for achieving more in the society.

‘Act More to become More’

Dr Sanjana Gunasee-Sooben

Local President

 

JCI City Plus

 It gives me great pleasure to address to the members of JCI Curepipe as the 2019 Local President of JCI City Plus.

It has been a challenging year but at the same time, a unique year. “Rough seas make stronger sailors” and as such, as Local President, tough times has groomed me as a leader. One thing which I was told and which made me stay on course is “as long as you feel and believe what you are doing is right, stay on course”.

As we reach the end of the year, I would encourage members to reflect on what has been the strength and weakness of the organisation during the year and what changes you would like to make in the next year. This is your organisation and as Local President, we are here to serve you members. The work starts now as the 2020 Elected Local President works on the 2020 Plan of Action.

‘Together for One World’

Geetanjali Ramkishore

Local President

JCI Quatre Bornes

The journey so far as Local President has been very challenging and excited throughout the year. The greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall as we all know that leadership requires enormous sacrifices and perseverance. “Fall down seven times, stand up eight”; a very famous Proverb. This proverb relates to our attitude towards failure, meaning not to let ourselves be bogged down by it but to welcome it and re-try until all objectives have been achieved. I am forever grateful to my Local Board Members, Members and Senators who supported me in one way another.

 

 

 

‘We rise by lifting others’

Trishya Mukool

Local President

 

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