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JORR MOMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE NEWS BULLETIN.


The Jorr Community Development Association members teleconference meeting chair by Honorable, Okello Ojiel, Ojulu Wadi, discussed several topics pertaining: Health, Social, Economic, Education, and Disaster Reliefs issues of Jorr geographical area.  The Jorr Community Development Association (JCDA) meeting took four hours than expected but was worthy of time, it has been fruitful discussions. The meeting was concluded with adoption of several crucial and important resolutions paramount to rebuild, to restructure, to strengthened Jorr Community Development Association from its current status.

The Jorr Community Development Association (JCDA), pledged to reform the organization activities, carry out a more robust, creative, active approach in the re-consolidation of the organizational framework and for better functionality services. And JCDA agrees to change the old approach, promise to enhance the organization with new directives, encouraged members cut away wasteful time of doing nothing, but contribute more to restructuring organization to fit the current demand from its members.

 That there’s a need for more collective actions in the development of the community more than before, and again JCDA, urged community members for more input efforts, support of current initiatives drive: financially, materially and physically to enabled JCDA's association attend its goals.  The conference reminded all members of the community about the imperative and important of participation in the development of “Jorr Community Development Association” at home and abroad in all field of endeavors.  

 The JCDA general conference also discussed membership recruitment drive, that it is imperative to do more, to bring awareness at the community grassroots levels. And that membership recruitment drive is monumental question, it should be tackled, that all JCDA members have been shouldered with responsibilities to carry out those obligatory tasks.

 In lieu many discussions to tackle many social problems confronting the organization, the problem of conflicts between individuals have been identified, that these conflicts stem from misunderstanding, misconception among individuals, that all conflicts must be resolved through peaceful methods among bitter rivals and save our community from being torn apart.

And that the continuation of those problems from being resolved have created divisions, rifts among the community members from coming together. That the community pledges for more closeness, support, to create ways and means of mechanisms to resolve conflicts among individual in the community, begin harnessing members’ potential for good of the community.

Lastly Jorr Community Development Association (JCDA) discussed about future projects: such as opening, extending, and expanding its branches offices at Gambella and at other neighboring countries where Jorr expatriates are living. The issue of organizing scholarships for talented and fatherless children also were discussed, that JCDA pledges to develop a strategy, concrete steps to help achieve community’s children scholarship venture.

The end of (JCDA) News Bulletin   
Amhare Gilo, can be reached via Ajumhara Journal: ajumharablogspot.com


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