The Junior Chambers International (JCI), Abeokuta Chapter has successfully executed the 2022 I Care Project, signalling the begining of great things to happen to various communities across Abeokuta metropolis.
This was made known by the JCIN Amb. Damilare Raufu,
JCI Abeokuta 2022 President while appreciating members for their massive support that enhanced the project execution on January 1st.
In his words, the president stated: “To say we are excited is an understatement, dear JCI Abeokuta members, we are fulfilled. The execution of the 2022 I Care Project was well fulfilled with the outcome, dedication and commitment of members.
“Appreciation to all those that supported the project in materials such as foods and clothing as well as awesome cash donations.
“As part of the Needs Analysis carried out at Hansen Hospital Center, Elega, Abeokuta, Ogun State, JCI Abeokuta donated awesome raw food items and clothing materials (SDG 2 and 8).”
He further said: “Presentation of various food items, clothing materials and hygienic healthy items were provided by members of JCI Abeokuta, outsiders and awesomely supported by Jibulu Care Foundation.
“In addition, as part of the JCI RISE guide, Mental Health Awareness (Good Health and Well-being SDG 3) was fully justified by the Speaker Nr. Aghoghovia Janet Asake, Assistant Chief Nursing Officer, Neuropsychiatric Hospital Aro, Abeokuta on the topic Combat Negative Stigma Surrounding Mental Health to the people and community of the project execution.”
“However, on Empowerment Scheme (SDG supports), N5,000 was donated to 20 community members at Hansen Hospital Center, Elega, Abeokuta in total of N100,000.00 for their respective business engagements support.
“The success story was as a results of awesome supports received from leaders, past presidents, members of this noble organization and sponsors from every corner.”