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JCI (Junior Chamber International) Inc. 15645 Olive Boulevard, Chesterfield, MO 63017, USA Tel: +1-636-449-3100, Fax: +1-636-449-3107 JCI Regional Office in Africa Batiment 213, Rue 100 TKL, (Angle Rue des Hydrocarbures, Rue des Guepards) Quartier Soted, B.P. 8061, Lomé, Togo JCI Regional Office in Asia 1154 Naga, Johnan-machi, Kumamoto-shi, Kumamoto-ken, 861-4234, Japan JCI Regional Office in South America Mary Lyons 150 c/Mcal. López, Asunción, Paraguay JCI Regional Offices in Europe Sevdali Sokak, Mete Adanir Caddesi, Yuksel Altan Apt, D2, North Cyprus, Mersin 10, Turkey Breite Strasse 29, Berlin 10178, Germany 2011 Annual Report St. Louis, MO: JCI, © 2012 Published by JCI (Junior Chamber International) Contributors of information and photos: JCI National Organizations

This book is designed to provide information to our readers about Junior Chamber International’s (JCI) National and Local Organizations in 2011. The content was submitted by the National and Local Organizations, therefore the publisher and author are not responsible for the accuracy of the content. The content is purely informational and is presented only by the JCI members, not by the author or the publisher. This book is produced solely as an objective, educational tool for our readers about JCI projects worldwide.


Contents Messages of Greeting....................... 2 JCI Around the World........................ 4 JCI Officers and Staff ....................... 6 JCI Partners...................................... 8 JCI Programs.................................... 10 JCI International Events.................... 14 JCI National Organizations............... 20 JCI Nothing But Nets Donors........... 184 JCI Foundation Donors..................... 185 JCI Senators..................................... 188 Financial Statement.......................... 195


Messages

A Message from 2011 JCI President Kentaro Harada Dear JCI members, partners and friends, As we enter an era where active citizens emerge as the primary providers of positive change in communities around the world, it is critical that we look back upon the accomplishments that have brought us to this point. It is from these initiatives, these actions and these successes, that we will derive inspiration and motivation to continue being the leaders our world needs. We cannot, however, forge ahead alone. JCI members must move forward as one global team, leveraging the unique skills of each member to increase the effectiveness of projects and provide even greater positive change. By combining our resources and passion with those of our international network of partners, JCI will collectively improve the world, community by community and country by country. So I encourage you, as you read through this selection of efforts from JCI members around the world, to think about the difference they have made in the lives of others. Think about how you can harness your own potential for creating positive change and how you can improve your own hometown. Then join JCI and become a part of a global community of individuals committed to taking action and providing a better future for themselves and those around them. Together, we can go impact the world! Thank you,

Kentaro Harada 2011 JCI President

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A Message from JCI Secretary General Edson A. Kodama Dear JCI members, partners and friends, Since 1915, JCI members have dedicated themselves to solving problems in their communities through creative projects, each year striving to achieve more than the year before. Through working with our partners, including the UN Foundation, International Chamber of Commerce and the UN Global Compact, JCI members are the primary agents of change in their communities. We must embrace this role and develop the skills and knowledge necessary to solve local, regional and international issues. By taking part in JCI Events, attending JCI Training courses and utilizing the tools and resources provided online, our members are better prepared to handle the demands of a changing global landscape. This shows in the projects and initiatives undertaken by members around the world, many of which you will find in this report. The JCI Active Citizen Framework describes a method for project development and execution that ensures effective actions are taken to sustainably resolve issues. After performing a comprehensive needs analysis, JCI members collaborate with partners to take concrete, measurable actions to make an impact on their communities. Together, we will build on these actions and harness our passion for creating positive change to make the world a better place. Please join us as we embark on a journey of empowerment and action. Best regards,

Edson A. Kodama JCI Secretary General

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JCI Around the World JCI JCI is a membership-based nonprofit organization of young active citizens ages 18 to 40 in more than 100 countries who are dedicated to creating positive change in their communities. Each JCI member shares the belief that in order to create lasting positive change, we must improve ourselves and the world around us. JCI members take ownership of their communities by identifying problems and creating targeted solutions to create impact. Our Philosophy As global citizens, we all have rights and responsibilities, as well as shared goals. Through active citizenship, we embrace social responsibility and work towards goals that benefit communities worldwide. JCI members embrace new ideas, collaboration and diversity. Guided by the vision and initiative to transform their lives and the world, JCI members have the courage to address the great challenges of our time. A Framework for Results The JCI Active Citizen Framework provides a methodology for running sustainable, needs-based projects that create measurable results in communities. The process starts with assessing community needs in health and wellness, education and economic empowerment, and sustainability. By engaging partners and evaluating results, JCI members ensure their projects deliver effective positive change. JCI Around the World With around 5,000 JCI Local Organizations in more than 100 JCI National Organizations, JCI forms a vibrant global community of nearly 200,000 active citizens. All members belong to a JCI Local Organization where they focus on finding solutions to problems in their local community. Local Organizations are affiliated to National Organizations. This structure forms a global grassroots movement, empowering members to run international projects, exchange ideas and work together to develop new ways to create positive change in their communities. JCI Mission To provide development opportunities that empower young people to create positive change. JCI Vision To be the leading global network of young active citizens. JCI Values That faith in God gives meaning and purpose to human life; That the brotherhood of man transcends the sovereignty of nations; That economic justice can best be won by free men through free enterprise; That government should be of laws rather than of men; That earth’s great treasure lies in human personality; And that service to humanity is the best work of life.

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JCI National Organizations


JCI National Organizations: Algeria Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Bangladesh Belgium Benin Bolivia Botswana Brazil Bulgaria Burkina Faso Cambodia Cameroon Canada Catalonia Chad Czech Republic Colombia Comoros

Congo Costa Rica Cote d’Ivoire Cyprus Denmark Democratic Republic of Congo Dominican Republic Dutch Caribbean Ecuador El Salvador Egypt Estonia Finland France Gabon Gambia Germany Ghana Greece Guatemala

Guinea Haiti Honduras Hong Kong, China Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Ireland Italy Japan Jordan Korea Latvia Lebanon Lesotho Lithuania Luxembourg Macao, China Madagascar Malaysia

Maldives Mali Malta Mauritius Mexico Moldova Monaco Mongolia Morocco Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Norway Pacific Pakistan Panama Paraguay Peru

Philippines Poland Portugal Puerto Rico Romania Russia Rwanda Scotland Senegal Serbia Sierra Leone Singapore Slovakia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Suriname Sweden Switzerland Syria Taiwan

Thailand Togo Tunisia Turkey Uganda Ukraine United Kingdom United States of America Uruguay Venezuela Vietnam West Indies Zimbabwe

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JCI Officers

Top Row (left to right): JCI Vice President Shine Bhaskaran, JCI Vice President Alexis Kouakou Kouassi, JCI Vice President Ismail Haznedar, JCI Vice President Toshiharu Shimizu JCI Vice President Esther ter Beek, JCI Vice President Fabrice Shema Ngoga JCI Vice President Carlos Parucker, JCI Vice President Jonathan Miranda JCI Vice President Alex Mok, JCI Vice President Guillaume Aubanel, Chief Executive Assistant to the President Bertolt Daems Middle Row: JCI Vice President Donna Francis, JCI Vice President Victor Marawu JCI Vice President Katherine Cheng-Arif, JCI Executive Vice President Rami Majzoub JCI Executive Vice President Dennis Cunanan, JCI Executive Vice President Eladio Martinez, JCI Executive Vice President Hans-Henrik Queseth, JCI Vice President Rania Haddad, JCI Vice President Dave Martinus, JCI Vice President Lesley Young Bottom Row: JCI Treasurer Batbayar Ulziidelger, JCI Immediate Past President Roland Kwemain, JCI President Kentaro Harada, JCI Secretary General Edson A. Kodama, JCI General Legal Counsel John Weber

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JCI World Headquarters Staff JCI World Headquarters, Chesterfield, MO, USA

JCI Regional Office in Africa

JCI Regional Office in Asia

JCI Regional Office in South America

JCI Regional Offices in Europe

Front Row (left to right): Marketing Assistant Bonnie Thomas, Events Coordinator Nicole Pacheco, Programs Manager Krissy Durant, Secretary General Edson A. Kodama, Accounting Manager Ian Tan, Finance and Human Resource Manager Jean Miller, Marketing and Communications Director Laura Tabat

Not Pictured in JCI World Headquarters

Back Row (left to right): Information and Technology Director Pedro Zaraza, Executive Director of Growth and Development Arrey Obenson, Executive Director of Member Services Earl Sawyer, Assistant to the JCI President and the Secretary General Carlos Suarez, Marketing Assistant Cory Dignazio, External Communications Manager Christine Albrecht, Intern Emily Anderson, Administrative Assistant Yolanda Fuller JCI Regional Office in Africa (left to right): Membership Growth and Development Director for Africa and the Middle East Materne K.G. Bossou, Administrative Assistant Chris Agobia JCI Regional Office in Asia: Membership Growth and Development Manager for Asia and the Pacific Yasuyo Kay Koga JCI Regional Office in South America (left to right): Events Director Eduardo Carlos Barros Vasconsellos, Membership Growth and Development Director for the Americas Roberto Fabian Elias Diaz, Administrative Assistant Natalia Sosa Otero JCI Regional Office in Europe (left to right): Membership Growth and Development Manager for Europe Sara Rueckriemen, Membership Growth and Development Director for Europe Arsem Asikoglu Not Pictured in JCI World Headquarters (left to right): Communications Coordinator Devlin Riggs, Training Administrator Gunther Meyer, ITF 007, Senior Communications Director Gladys Gist 7


JCI Partners On the international level, JCI partners with global organizations that share mutual values and goals to maximize the impact of the local work our members do every day. Partnerships are an important part of the JCI Mission and Vision. Working with partners increases our ability to empower young people to create positive change and expands the JCI global network. JCI and our international partners bring like-minded individuals together to create a better world. List of Partners: AIESEC JCI and AIESEC continued to explore opportunities to expand and strengthen the partnership.

United Nations In July 2011, the UN Economic and Social Council granted JCI new consultative status from “Special” to “General”, advancing the longtime partnership and collaborative relations with the UN. JCI members are also committed to advancing the UN Millennium Development Goals through their community projects worldwide.

Hanns Seidel Foundation JCI Secretary General Edson A. Kodama met with the Hanns Siedel Foundation to explore opportunities to further develop the partnership.

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) JCI and UNESCO continued to explore opportunites to strengthen the partnership.

International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) The ICC works with JCI to promote sustainable business practices by connecting Local Organizations to their local chambers of commerce to work on projects to advance global economic progress.

UN Foundation Through JCI Nothing But Nets, a campaign in partnership with the UN Foundation’s Nothing But Nets initiative, JCI members work raise global awareness about malaria and to purchase and distribute insecticide-treated nets and educate families on their proper use.

UNICEF Robert Jenkins, Associate Director of Planning, Policy and Guidance, UNICEF, Martin Rendón, Vice President for Public Policy and Advocacy, U.S. Fund for UNICEF and David Donaldson, Director of Education, U.S. Fund for UNICEF participated in the 2011 JCI Global Partnership Summit. UNICEF Brussels Director Philippe Cori participated in the 2011 JCI World Congress.

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Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) In 2011, JCI teamed up with PAHO to test the JCI Active Citizen Framework through a pilot community project with a new group of JCI members in El Salvador. Christopher Drasbek, PAHO Senior Advisor, worked closely with JCI on this project and also participated in the 2011 JCI Global Partnership Summit.

Flanders DC The JCI Creative Young Entrepreneur Award (JCI CYEA), run in partnership with Flanders District of Creativity, recognizes outstanding young individuals who have started a business using creativity or have improved an existing business through innovative problem solving.

Junior Achievement Junior Achievement’s Director of International Operations Erin Sawyer participated in the 2011 JCI Global Partnership Summit.

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UN Global Compact JCI partners with the UN Global Compact to engage small- and medium-sized enterprises to adopt the Ten Principles of corporate social responsibility and sustainability.


JCI President Kentaro Harada and Secretary General Edson A. Kodama welcome Kim Wonsoo, Deputy Chef de Cabinet and Special Adviser to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, at the 2011 JCI Global Partnership Summit. JCI President Kentaro Harada and JCI Secretary General Edson A. Kodama with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on April 25, 2011 at the UN Headquarters in New York City during the World Malaria Day celebration.

Left: JCI President Kentaro Harada with Martin Rendón from US Fund for UNICEF at the 2011 JCI Global Partnership Summit. Right: UN Global Compact Executive Director Georg Kell welcomes JCI President Kentaro Harada at the UN Global Compact.

JCI Secretary General Edson A. Kodama, JCI External Relations Manager Christine Albrecht and Executive Director of Growth and Development Arrey Obenson present the JCI Active Citizen Framework to Assistant Director Scott Shauf and Dr. Socorro Gross-Galiano of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO).

JCI Secretary General Edson A. Kodama and JCI President Kentaro Harada attend the 2011 World Chambers Congress in Mexico City with the Director of the 7th World Chambers Congress Lorenzo Ysasi Martinez and ICC-WCF World Chambers Federation Chairman Rona Yircali.

JCI Secretary General Edson A. Kodama and JCI President Kentaro Harada create awareness for the UN Foundation’s Nothing But Nets campaign with Mozzie the Mosquito.

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JCI Nothing But Nets Every 60 seconds a child dies from a malaria infection, but this deadly disease can be prevented with the use of insecticide-treated nets. Through JCI Nothing But Nets, a campaign in partnership with the UN Foundation’s Nothing But Nets initiative, JCI members work to raise global awareness about malaria. With a donation of USD $10 dollars to the JCI Nothing But Nets campaign, an insecticidetreated net is sent to Africa providing a protective covering for a family of four to sleep at night safe from malaria. In 2011, JCI members around the world raised USD $449,307 to send nets and save lives. Since 2008, JCI Nothing But Nets has raised USD $1,209,527. The top countries by Area for 2011 are: The Americas: Canada, USA and Puerto Rico Africa and the Middle East: Mauritius, South Africa and Rwanda Asia and the Pacific: Japan, Hong Kong and Korea Europe: The Netherlands, Belgium and the United Kingdom JCI Nothing But Nets Projects: The Budapest-Bamako Rally In January 2011, JCI members kicked off a year of creative fundraising with the Budapest-Bamako Great African Rally, which provided a unique platform for building awareness of the need for action against malaria. Eight JCI teams from Belgium, Hungary and Latvia made stops at several JCI Local Organizations along their rigorous journey and raised enough funds to distribute 4,000 nets with the aid of BestNet Europe, Ltd. Observation Trip to Cameroon In August 2011, JCI Executive Director of Growth and Development Arrey Obenson joined the UN Foundation and other partners on an educational trip to raise awareness for Nothing But Nets in Cameroon. “From my experience, I now know that it is more than just a net handed to a needy person. It brings a new outlook on life, a cultural change and hope for a brighter future for millions of people across Africa,” Obenson said. JCI Regatta From September 3 to 7, 2011, JCI members set sail to save lives at the first ever JCI Regatta, held around the Kornati Islands near Biograd, Croatia. More than 50 JCI members participated in this four-day sailing event, spreading awareness and raising €11,000 for JCI Nothing But Nets. The 2012 JCI Regatta will be held September 1 to 5, 2012, also in Croatia.

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UN Global Compact JCI has partnered with the UN Global Compact since 2008 to educate small- and medium-sized enterprises about the benefits of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in a competitive global market. The Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact show companies how to take responsibility for their local and global impact. By committing to the UN Global Compact, companies seek to align their operations and strategies with these principles in the areas of human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption. In 2011, JCI President Kentaro Harada along with JCI Secretary General Edson A. Kodama and 2011 UN Affairs Commission Chairperson Toshinari Fujii, met with UN Global Compact Executive Director Georg Kell at the UN Global Compact Headquarters in New York City, USA. President Harada voiced the strong commitment of JCI members around the world to promote the Ten Principles and activate businesses and organizations to sign up for the UN Global Compact. Kell thanked JCI members for their ongoing support and expressed his excitement for the growth of international participation in the program.

JCI Secretary General Edson A. Kodama, UN Global Compact Executive Director Georg Kell and JCI President Kentaro Harada at the UN Global Compact World Headquarters.

UN Global Compact Executive Director Georg Kell speaks to hundreds of delegates who attended the 2011 JCI Global Partnership Summit.

JCI President Kentaro Harada visits JCI Mongolia and particpates in their UN Global Compact program.

JCI Secretary General Edson A. Kodama and UN Global Compact Spokesperson Matthias Stausberg from UNGC observe as 2011 JCI President Kentaro Harada commits his company to the principals of the UN Global Compact.

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JCI Operation Hope Every day, JCI members take action to create sustainable positive change in their communities. But when natural disasters strike, members go above and beyond to respond to the communities in distress. Through JCI Operation Hope, JCI members unite to take action in the aftermath of tsunamis, hurricanes, earthquakes and other natural disasters, reaching across the globe to sustain recovery initiatives and rebuild communities. JCI officially launched JCI Operation Hope on January 1, 2005 to empower members to take action in the face of natural disasters. Recent disasters assisted by Operation Hope include the earthquakes in Japan, New Zealand, Haiti and Sri Lanka and the floods in the Philippines and Pakistan.

JCI Operation Hope: New Zealand JCI Operation Hope helped the victims of the major earthquake that struck and devastated Christchurch, New Zealand in February 2011. The earthquake killed 182 people and flattened much of the central business district. Due to the damage, the reconstruction of the city is estimated to cost more than US $30 billion dollars. JCI Operation Hope raised significant funds to assist in the rehabilitation of the community. JCI New Zealand decided to use the generous contribution to redevelop youth programs for young active citizens in the Christchurch area. To bring the youth together, the funding went toward a forum held in December of 2011. More than 90 young people came together at this forum to express their ideas and solutions to rebuild their city after the disaster. The forum resulted in a strong group of Christchurch youth ready to establish a JCI Local Organization in their area to help with city reconstruction and to restore the lives of all Christchurch residents.

JCI Operation Hope in Haiti On January 12, 2010 Haiti suffered a devastating 7.0-magnitude earthquake, causing catastrophic destruction. More than 200,000 people lost their lives. Many residents were displaced from their homes and families, leaving millions homeless and the nation in a state of emergency. A string of powerful aftershocks only worsened the chaos that gripped the impoverished country.

Onlookers view the JCI Haiti Secretariat after it was hit by the devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake that hit Port-au-Prince, Haiti March 24, 2011.

Thanks to many generous donations, JCI Operation Hope was able to raise US $95,000 to help rebuild Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The funds generated from JCI Operation Hope will be used to construct a multipurpose community center in Port-au-Prince, which will create a positive impact in the community for generations to come. The community center will be used as a multi-capacity building, providing the skills that the people of Haiti will need to overcome challenges facing their country, including a small business incubator. The land for the community center was purchased and the groundbreaking ceremony took place on March 24, 2011. Through JCI Operation Hope, JCI members can reach across the globe to expand this recovery initiative by providing resources for sustainable recovery in Haiti.

JCI members and JCI Executive Director of Growth and Development Arrey Obenson meet with UNICEF to revise the community center plans in Port-au-Prince.

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JCI Operation Hope Commits Support in Northeastern Japan The fifth largest earthquake in recorded history and the largest in Japan for nearly 1,200 years struck off the northeastern coast of the nation on March 11 2011, resulting in a massive tsunami that washed inland, wiping out homes, buildings and cars. Roads, railways and airports were severely damaged and thousands lost telecommunications services and power. An estimated 15,854 people have been confirmed dead. Nations around the world committed resources and personnel to relief efforts along the coast, while JCI members took action to help recovery efforts through the devastated areas in Japan. JCI Japan immediately set up a Disaster Relief Center following the deadly earthquake and tsunami. Utilizing their nationwide community of members, JCI Japan was able to collect pertinent information and obtain transportation to send much-needed supplies to the victims of the disaster. Three days following the tsunami, they started the process of sending 80-ton shipments of disaster relief supplies to the affected areas. JCI members around the world continue to offer whatever support they can to help Japan overcome this disaster and return life to normal for millions of citizens.

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JCI Area Conferences Every year, JCI members unite in their regions for JCI Area Conferences to exchange ideas, learn how to maximize their local impact and collaborate with other National Organizations in their Area. The four Area Conferences—Africa and the Middle East, Asia and the Pacific, the Americas and Europe—give members a chance to take advantage of JCI’s international network by meeting with fellow active citizens to create a greater impact.

2011 JCI Conference of the Americas in Curacao, Dutch Caribbean Attendance: 655 delegates from 37 countries The 2011 JCI Conference of the Americas highlighted powerful JCI partners, including the Pan American Health Organization and the UN Global Compact. Both organizations sent representatives to talk about upcoming initiatives involving JCI across Latin America.

2011 JCI Africa and the Middle East Conference in Bamako, Mali Attendance: 594 delegates from 34 countries The 2011 JCI Africa and the Middle East Conference members discussed how they are combating malaria in their own communities. Conference attendees also donated funds to the JCI Operation Hope disaster relief in Japan.

2011 JCI Asia-Pacific Conference in Manila, Philippines Attendance: 4,092 delegates from 17 countries At the 2011 JCI Asia-Pacific Conference members improved lives of those in a nearby community. They participated in a local program called “Dare to End Hunger” providing food to more than 1,100 children over the three-day event.

2011 JCI European Conference in Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain Attendance: 1,701 delegates from 46 countries The 2011 JCI European Conference featured guests who shared personal obstacles regarding leadership and positive change. Other successful sessions included the OMOIYARI training, a JCI Nothing But Nets fundraiser and a variety of outside exploration events around the city of Tarragona.

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JCI Academy Each year, the JCI Academy gathers national JCI leaders from around the world to participate in an exciting learning experience and expand their global network. This event introduces its participants to new and diverse ways to successfully lead their Organizations and their communities. Since the 1987 JCI World Congress when the JCI Academy was endorsed as an official program, more than 2,500 global networkers have graduated from the JCI Academy. The 2011 JCI Academy was held in Toyama, Japan and was attended by 130 delegates from 59 different countries. It was based around the “Shin-shu” spirit, meaning an enterprising spirit toward the future. Before the Academy, delegates participated in a three-day home stay with a local Japanese family to be immersed in cultural traditions such as cuisine, etiquette and the Japanese language. Participants also made a commitment to action to take back to their National and Local Organizations. The commitment included using the JCI Active Citizen Framework to implement a needs-based community project, increasing press coverage and social media promotion of JCI in their home countries and boosting the number of projects that promote OMOIYARI and the Shin-shu spirit to young people under the age of 18. Goals of the JCI Academy: 

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Global Partnership Summit At the 2011 JCI Global Partnership Summit, the young active citizens of JCI united with leaders of business, government and civil society. They addressed the critical challenges of our times. Summit attendees explored how the coordinated efforts of these three sectors can lead the way to sustainable global change through the framework of the UN Millennium Development Goals (UN MDGs). The Summit brings together JCI’s key partners – the United Nations, UN Global Compact, UN Foundation and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) – to drive the conversation and redefine, enhance and promote collaboration among these important global players. Each JCI National Organization committed to conducting a needsbased project to advance a UN MDG in their country. Many National Organizations reported their plans at the 2011 JCI World Congress in Brussels, Belgium. The projects were launched on JCI Active Citizen Day, December 11, 2011. Chairman: Toshinari Fujii (Japan) Attendance: 380 delegates, including members and partners from 59 countries. JCI hosted 25 speakers and nine special guests from 24 partner organizations, including three Permanent Missions to the United Nations, the office of the UN Secretary-General and six UN agencies.

JCI Vice President Dave Martinus adds his signature to the JCI Global Partnership Summit Resolution which focuses on committing to projects working towards completing the UN MDGs.

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JCI hosted the following speakers: Advanced Remarketing Services Joseph Hearn, President and CEO AIMES-Afrique Dr. Serge Michel Kodom, Founder and President Best Companies Partnership LLP Wayne Clarke, Managing Partner Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce Aaron Nelson, President and CEO GBCHealth Jimmy Lee, Vice President for Strategy and Regional Affairs

Nearly 40 delegates delivered boxed lunches to St. Paul’s House, a local homeless shelter.

International Chamber of Commerce USA and U.S. Council for International Business Peter Robinson, President and CEO JA Worldwide Erin Sawyer, Director of International Operations Jewish American World Service Sarah Gunther, Associate Director of Grants for Africa Kiva Eviatar Frankel, former Kiva fellow

Managing Partner Wayne Clarke from Best Companies Partnership LLP engaged the audience with a compelling presentation.

The Orchid Group Rufus Hall, CEO Pan American Health Organization Chris Drasbek, Senior Advisor PDHRE Robert Kesten, Executive Director Sigma-Aldrich Jeffrey Whitford, Global Citizenship Manager Social Enterprise Alliance Lisa Nitze, Member of the Board of Trustees UN Dispatch Mark Goldberg, Editor

CEO of Orchid Group and speaker Rufus Hall receives a gift from JCI.

UN Foundation Gillian Sorensen, Senior Advisor Chris Helfrich, Director, Nothing But Nets campaign Andrea Gough, Manager, Nothing But Nets campaign United Nations Global Compact Georg Kell, Executive Director Fred Dubee, Senior Advisor UNICEF Robert Jenkins, Associate Director of Planning, Policy and Guidance, UNICEF Martin Rendón, Vice President for Public Policy and Advocacy, U.S. Fund for UNICEF David Donaldson, Director of Education, U.S. Fund for UNICEF UN Millennium Campaign Corinne Woods, Director

Delegates from Africa and the Middle East present plans to advance the UN MDGs.

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JCI World Congress 2011 JCI World Congress in Brussels, Belgium Every November, members from across the globe gather together for the peak of the JCI year at JCI World Congress. With JCI in more than 100 countries and territories, members have the opportunity to meet fellow citizens from highly diverse backgrounds. JCI members share experiences and find new ways to create positive change on both local and global levels. In 2011, 4,532 delegates from 100 countries gathered in Brussels, Belgium to celebrate active citizenship and international collaboration. Congress attendees raised more than USD $85,000 for the JCI Nothing But Nets campaign. Prior to and during the Congress, JCI Belgium ran a Clics for Nets campaign. Each clic purchased for €1 was used in a colorful carpet display and all of the money went to JCI Nothing But Nets. Andrea Gough, Manager of the United Nations Foundation’s Nothing But Nets Campaign, attended the Congress to hand out Countdown to Congress awards and ignite members’ excitement for JCI Nothing But Nets at the JCI Morning Show. Delegates spent one of their Congress days participating in Blue Economy Expert Day. CEO of Zuri and Founder of the Blue Economy concept, Gunther Pauli, shared his thoughts about the green economy and the blue economy. Delegates learned the blue economy consists of innovative, creative initiatives while taking risks during your business decision-making process. There were a number of other speakers covering topics such as environmental cleanliness, reducing energy consumption, biocultural diversity and cutting-edge technology. General Assembly gathered the 2011 JCI Board of Directors and Chief Delegates to make important decisions regarding the future of JCI. The 2012 JCI Board of Directors was elected and the 2011 Board and National Presidents approved the 2012 JCI Plan of Action, which focuses on members turning their ‘Passion into Action’ through the JCI Active Citizen Framework and advancing the UN Millennium Development Goals in their communities. Also, it was voted that the 2012 JCI World Congress will take place in Taipei, Taiwan.

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JCI TOYP and JCI CYEA 2011 JCI Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the World (JCI TOYP) Honorees JCI TOYP serves to formally recognize young people who excel in their chosen fields and create positive change. Every year, JCI selects 10 outstanding young people under 40 who live the JCI Mission in extraordinary ways. JCI TOYP is run locally, nationally and internationally. The international ceremony takes place every year at the JCI World Congress. Marta Fidela Gladys Cruz Cerón (Bolivia), Cultural achievement Born blind, Cruz Cerón founded the Center for Counseling and Training in Special Education of the Blind and Integral to promote the socialization of blindness and provide Braille and sign language instruction. Murindabagwi Meilleur Derek (Rwanda), Personal improvement and/or accomplishment As a young genocide survivor, Murindabigwi wanted to provide a fresh start for the youth of his home country and started igihe.com, publishing Rwandan breaking news and other information to end hate ideology through freedom of expression. Dalilah Kalla (Mauritius), Humanitarian and/or voluntary leadership Dalilah Kalla was diagnosed with lupus and then founded Lupus Alert, a nonprofit organization providing moral, emotional and financial support to people living with lupus and their families. Dr. Miia Karita Kivipelto (Finland), Medical innovation After witnessing her grandmother’s battle with Alzheimer’s, Dr. Kivipelto started seeking ways to save other patients and their families from similar suffering by developing the Nordic Brain Network and increasing resources about aging and its challenges. Dr. Serge Michel N. Kodom (Togo), Humanitarian and/ or voluntary leadership Dr. Kodom provides health services for underserved communities through AIMES-AFRIQUE, a nongovernmental organization consisting of volunteer doctors and surgeons who bring free hospital services and health education to remote villages across Africa. Bongiwe Petronella Mlangeni (South Africa), Business, economic and/or entrepreneurial accomplishment Mlengani realized the rising problem of unemployment and exploitation in her community so she teamed up with Africa! Ignite, a local nonprofit using fairtrade practices to provide underprivileged artisans

the opportunity to produce items for community campaigns and projects. Safak Pavey (Turkey), Contribution to children, world peace and/or human rights A tragic train accident leaving Pavey with only one arm and one leg turned into a newfound passion for humanitarian and diplomatic work worldwide, making her a positive example for all who live with a disability. Dato Sri’ Edmund Santhara Ramanaidu (Malaysia), Business, economic and/or entrepreneurial accomplishment Dato Sri’ Santhara finished school and quickly rose to CEO of Masterskill School of Nursing and Health, transforming the school into a university with better training and in-hospital programs and improving Malaysian healthcare. Abra Tenu (Togo), Academic leadership and/or accomplishment At the age of 14, Tenu noticed that many children in her town needed support to continue their education and founded the St. Therese de l’Enfant Jesus association providing classes, supplies and activities to more than 600 adults and children. Riku-Heikki Virtanen (Finland), Contribution to children, world peace and/or human rights Diagnosed with blindness and deafness, Virtanen’s disability sparked his pursuit of a law degree to do advocacy work for nonprofit organizations that support those with physical challenges.

2011 JCI Creative Young Entrepreneur Award (JCI CYEA) JCI CYEA is designed to specifically recognize, honor and celebrate exceptional young entrepreneurs and the role of creativity in their success. 2011 Winner: Joseph Lim Joseph Lim of Malaysia co-founded his company, Global Green Synergy (GGS) in 2008. GGS is a manufacturing company that produces palm fiber for its customers and then buys back the waste to convert it into bio fuels. Lim has also implemented a green internal working environment by using energy-saving light bulbs, reducing paper usage and promoting employee carpooling. GGS also advocates environmental awareness throughout the Malaysian community through Lim’s Global Awareness Program run by GGS in local schools.

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JCI National Organizations


JCI Argentina Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Ariel Ernesto Gimenez Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH Spanish Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH Spanish

National Secretariat

Av. Leandro N. Alem 36, Buenos Aires, C1003AAN, Argentina Tel: +549-261-471-3123 Website: www.jciargentina.org.ar

Resultados: Se lograron conformar 10 de las 11 delegaciones que se necesitaban para el funcionamiento del simulacro de UNASUR. Participaron cuatro Figuras Consulares de Latinoamérica para el Debate (en representación de los estados Miembros de UNASUR)Se logró también que los invitados para los Debates Bi-Consulares sean alrededor de 25 personas. A través del rector de la Universidad de Congreso, el Sr. Francisco Piñón, se logró establecer un contacto con la Secretaria General de la UNASUR, María Emma Mejía, quien recibió el “Reglamento Adicional.”

Un set por la integracion Primer Modelo Universitario de la Unión de Naciones Suramericanas (UNASUR) Metas y Acciones Tomadas: Ofrecer oportunidades para que jóvenes interesados en la temática de integración suramericana, desarrollen capacidades de negociación internacional, oratoria y perfeccionamiento. Brindar al público en general un ámbito dinámico donde se adquirirán nociones de diálogo consensuado, y políticas exteriores. El Proyecto Primer Modelo Universitario de la Unión de Naciones Suramericanas (UNASUR) se basó en la reproducción del funcionamiento de la misma. Fue pensado para ejecutarse durante dos jornadas completas. De 8:00 am a 20:00 pm, con un receso de dos horas para el almuerzo (no cubierto por el proyecto). Las Delegaciones de alumnos universitarios que representaron a los 12 países que forman la organización, estaban integradas por un total de tres personas. Ellos desarrollaron a lo largo del evento los roles de: Presidente, Ministro de Defensa y Canciller. Este simulacro contó con el funcionamiento de dos de los órganos de UNASUR: el Consejo de Jefes y Jefas de Estado y de Gobierno, y el respectivo Consejo Suramericano de Defensa. No solo se proyectó un modelo de simulacro de la UNASUR, sino que también se fusionó con el ya conocido proyecto “Desayunos Diplomáticos”. Se integraron dentro del evento, dos Debates Bi-Consulares, en los cuales la figura agasajada pudo explicar la labor dentro de los consulados, el rol que cumple su país dentro de la integración regional, y la experiencia vivida a lo largo de sus carreras. Los debates estuvieron abiertos al público masivo, generándose un diálogo largo y tendido, en un “ida y vuelta” de preguntas y respuestas.

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Metas y Acciones Tomadas: “El Torneo de tenis y jornada recreativa: Un set por la integración” se trata del primer torneo de tenis integrado de la provincia de Santa Fe. El mismo persigue como propósitos principales generar conciencia social, brindar experiencias nuevas y significativas para los niños y jóvenes que concurran, disminuir las restricciones a participar de eventos deportivos y recreativos, y apostar a los lazos sociales entre las personas, entendiendo, que la discapacidad no es sólo una condición y situación que vive y afronta una persona, sino que es un tema complejo que involucra a la sociedad toda, por cuanto es ésta la que rehabilita o segrega. El torneo de tenis fue planteado en 2 categorías: Inicial y avanzado. Dentro de cada una de ellas, los equipos se integraron por 3 personas: 2 jugadores con discapacidad y 1 sin discapacidad. Estos últimos, denominados capitanes, se encargaron de asistir a los dos primeros. Este rol dentro de 3 de los equipos fue cumplido por 3 miembros de JCI Rosario. Entre ellos cabe destacar la participación del Presidente Nacional de JCI Argentina, Ariel Giménez. Otros miembros de JCI Rosario participaron también de las diferentes actividades recreativas: Básquet, futbol y mini-tenis, garantizando así el cumplimiento del objetivo de estrechar relaciones con los alumnos. En total, asistieron al evento 20 miembros de JCI Rosario. Resultados: Se contribuyó al logro de una sociedad más igualitaria, en donde las barreras imaginarias que obstaculizan el libre ejercicio de los derechos de las personas con discapacidad sean reducidas. Participaron aproximadamente 100 personas con y sin discapacidad de al menos 6 instituciones diferentes partes del país de las cuales 18 han sido premiadas por sus talentos y habilidades deportivas.


Recolección de Residuos de Aparatos Eléctricos y Electrónicos Metas y Acciones Tomadas: El proyecto consistió en una campaña de concientización sobre la problemática de los Residuos de Aparatos Eléctricos y Electrónicos (RAEE´s) apuntada especialmente a alumnos de nivel primario y secundario, y a la comunidad en general. Asimismo, se organizó una jornada de recolección de estos residuos, realizada en una plaza céntrica de la ciudad, acopiándolos para su posterior traslado a la empresa que les dará correcto tratamiento. Por último, los artefactos que puedan ser recuperados serán restituidos a la organización para destinarlos a otras instituciones de la ciudad. Resultados: La campaña de concientización tuvo mucha repercusión en la comunidad, especialmente en los niños. Se recepcionaron elementos de diferente índole: computadoras, monitores, teclados, mouses, parlantes, teléfonos celulares, cargadores, televisores, impresoras, etc. En total se completaron 16 cajas de 1 m3 cada una. Y seguimos recibiendo consultas acerca de una próxima jornada de recolección, no solamente de habitantes de Casilda sino también de localidades vecinas. El trabajo del equipo fue organizado y efectivo durante la realización del proyecto. La relación con la Municipalidad de Casilda y el Consejo local de Medio Ambiente se vió fortalecida, y se prevee seguir trabajando en conjunto sobre ésta y otras problemáticas.

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Bahia Blanca

Chiarandon

Cine en los Barrios

JCI Buenos Aires

Jhon Fredy Ruiz Castaño

Programa del arte de combatir el Estrés

JCI Casilda

Alejandro Kessler

Campaña y Jornada de Recolección de RAEE’s (Residuos de Artefactos Eléctricos y Electrónicos)

JCI Gualeguaychu

Rodrigo Almeida

Compromiso Vial

JCI Malargue

Nicolas Geredús

Campaña de Donacion de Organos

JCI Mendoza

Maria De Las Nieves Camus

Primer Modelo Universitario de la Unión de Naciones Suramericanas (UNASUR)

JCI Posadas

Faruk Jalaf

Jornada integral sobre los Derechos del Nino

JCI Punta Alta

Elisa Lopez

Formación de Líderes

JCI Rosario

Ariel Dolce

Torneo de tenis y jornada recreativa: Un set por la integración

JCI San Juan

Diego Matus

JCI TOYP San Juan

JCI San Martin

Emir Abaid

Importando Conocimiento

JCI San Rafael

Luis Ignacio Campi

Cine y juego para el día del niño

JCI Santa Fe

Alcides Bazza

Mejor Plan de Negocios

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JCI Armenia Youth Enviromental Camp Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Garegin Isakhanyan Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH Armenian

Goals: To clean the enviroment and to teach the young segment of the population to keep it clean with the basic information of its importance.

National Secretariat

19 Sayat-Nova, Yerevan, RA, Armenia Tel: +374-10-53-25-53 Website: www.jci.cc/local/armenia Email: mgajc@netsys.am

European Youth Discount Program (EYCA) Goals and Actions Taken: Today more than 4.5 million young people in Europe make use of 100,000 different discounts in the fields of traveling, commerce, social services etc. The Youth Card EURO<26 is a key to the civilized world. It gives new chances to our young people, chances, which have been accessible to young people of European countries.

Actions taken: Youth Camps held in spring and summer involving more than 80 young people aim towards protecting enviroment. Camps are lead by professional specialits in the field of ecology and phsycology. Young people not only clean the enviroment of plastic bottles and other “nature ruining” issues but also get aquainted with the scientific side of nature protection. Results: Every year 80 to 95 young people get aquainted with the main principles of keeping enviroment clean and the knowledge and importance of enviromental cleaning.

The basic objective of our program is to create new chances for the young to enjoy discounts through all over Europe and to develop a youth policy in the spheres of culture, tourism and information. Results: Today more than 20,000 young people from Armenia enjoy more than 100 000 discounts worldwide and 140 discounts in Armenia. All Armenian discounts are developed by the Armenian Junior Chamber NGO.

Job Market Goals: To help the young people with higher educations find jobs. Actions taken: Two days in March and two days in September “Job Market” is held. Young specialists and graduates from different universities are invited to the Market where representatives (HRs) from different organizatons are sitting. The young graduates are invited to give their CVs to the HRs. Results: Experience shows that: every year from more than 150 invited graduates 45 to 50 find jobs.

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JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

JCI Nubarashen

Ara Tangyan

2011 Project Name Let’s keep our country clean

JCI Vanadzor

Vahan Martirosyan

Let’s keep our country clean

JCI Yerevan

Gevorg Torosyan

EYCA (European Youth Discount project www.eyca.org) Job market


JCI Australia Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Alan MacKinnon Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ĺ&#x2DC;/RFDO/DQJXDJH English

National Secretariat

3/16 Lemon Road, Balwyn North VIC 3134, AUSTRALIA Email: info@jciaustralia.org.au Website: jciaustralia.org.au

Warmth of Wool 2011

Results: Ĺ&#x2DC;  \RXQJ NLGV DQG  VHQLRU YROXQWHHUV IURP ,QDOD 9LOODJH participated in this project Ĺ&#x2DC;  NLGV IRUPHG D OXQFKWLPH NQLWWLQJ FOXE DQG PHW WZR WLPHV SHU week to further their knitting skills and knitting progress Ĺ&#x2DC; <RXQJ NLGV ZHUH DEOH WR EXLOG WKHLU FRQĆ&#x201A;GHQFH LQ NLGV WKURXJK interaction and sharing with others. In addition, young kids learned to understand the notion of giving to others Ĺ&#x2DC; 2XU SURMHFW EHFDPH YHU\ VSHFLDO WR UHVLGHQWV IURP ,QDOD 9LOODJH who looked forward very much to spend time with young kids and share their experience through knitting Ĺ&#x2DC; ,Q WRWDO  EODQNHWV ZHUH PDGH DQG WKH\ ZLOO EH VKRZFDVHG LQ local art exhibitions this November followed by a donation to local aged care facilities

Goals: To provide quality training to members and guests aimed to make them be better individuals through a Be Better Training Event (a regular training event tackling various topics of interest as presented by qualified speakers and experts) and a Board Room Series (exclusive only meeting with CEOs of Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest companies to learn leadership. Actions Taken: Guest speakers are invited based on the topic to be presented. They are contacted through the network of contacts within the JCI Sydney membership and referrals from NSW Business Chamber. All guest speakers speak on a pro bono basis. For â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Be Betterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Training, the speakers are provided with a wine gift as a token of appreciation for their time. For â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Board Roomâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Series, a donation to Nothing But Nets under the name of the CEO is made. Sponsors: The February and April 2011 Be Better Training sessions had WhiteHorse Hotel as the venue sponsor. The rest of the Be Better Training sessions starting in July 2011 had The Spanish Club as its venue sponsor. The â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Board Room Seriesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; is hosted in the board room office of the companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s guest CEO where they also provided refreshments. NSW Business Chamber was the sponsor of the May 2011 Board Room Series. The December Board Room Series will be hosted by Accenture. Marketing: The event is promoted through the JCI Sydney website (www.jcisydney.org), facebook message to all those connected to JCI Sydney, and through email reminder to the JCI Sydney members and mailing list. Registration and payment is done online.

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Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC;3ODQQLQJVWDUWHGLQ0D\ 2011; JCI Eastern members collaborated with Orchard Grove Primary School to plan for the project Ĺ&#x2DC;$QDSSHDOZDVPDGHWR the local community for the donation of unused wool. JCI Eastern then donated $100 USD to purchase knitting needles Ĺ&#x2DC;7KHSURMHFWFRPPHQFHGLQ-XQHIRUZHHNV6HQLRU volunteers from Inala Village were transported to Orchard Grove Primary School every Tuesday to teach students knitting Ĺ&#x2DC;)RUVL[7KXUVGD\VVFKRRONLGVZDONHGWR,QDOD9LOODJHDQGVKDUHG quality time with the Inala residents Ĺ&#x2DC;9ROXQWHHUVWKHQKHOSHGWRĆ&#x201A;QDOL]HWKHPDNLQJRIEODQNHWV Ĺ&#x2DC;$QDZDUGFHUHPRQ\WRRNSODFHWRWKDQNWKHVHQLRUYROXQWHHUVDQG to congratulate school kids who were involved in the project Ĺ&#x2DC;6HOHFWHGEODQNHWVZLOOSDUWLFLSDWHLQORFDODUWH[KLELWLRQVLQ November 2011 Ĺ&#x2DC;$OOEODQNHWVZLOOEHGRQDWHGWRDJHFDUHIDFLOLWLHVWKLV&KULVWPDV Results: Here were the dates, speaker and topic for the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Be Better Trainingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; in 2011: Ĺ&#x2DC;6WHYHQ6PLW KWWSZZZUHDOLW\FRQVXOWLQJFRPDX RQĹ&#x201C;7KLQJV smart business owners do to generate real resultsâ&#x20AC;? on February 8, 2011 Ĺ&#x2DC;$OH[3LURX] KWWSZZZULGFDGYLVRU\FRPDX RQĹ&#x201C;8QORFNLQJ the Secrets of Market Research to Drive Increased Salesâ&#x20AC;? on April 20, 2011 Ĺ&#x2DC;0LFKDHO*ULIĆ&#x201A;WKV ZZZP\VPDOOEXVLQHVVPDUNHWLQJJXUXFRPDX  on â&#x20AC;&#x153;Effective Use of Social Media in Your Business and Careerâ&#x20AC;? July 19, 2011 Ĺ&#x2DC;6RUD\D5DMX KWWSZZZVWUDWHJLFVW\OHFRPDXDERXW RQĹ&#x201C;,W Happened to Julian: Professional Image and Dressingâ&#x20AC;? August 11, 2011 Ĺ&#x2DC;0LFKDHO1HD\ORQ KWWSZZZPFPHFRPDX RQĹ&#x201C;7UXH%UDQG Toolkit: How to Bring in Big Money for Your Small Businessâ&#x20AC;? September 7, 2011 Ĺ&#x2DC;&DUUHQ6PLWK KWWSZZZTOJFRPDX &(24XDQWXP/HDGHUVKLS Group and Bali Bombing survivor) on â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our Focus Determines Our Resultâ&#x20AC;? October 20, 2011 As for the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Board Roomâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Series, the following were held in 2011: Ĺ&#x2DC;6WHSKHQ&DUWZULJKW 16:%XVLQHVV&KDPEHU&(2 JXHVW speaker on May 4, 2011 at the NSW Business Chamber office in North Sydney Ĺ&#x2DC;-DFN3HUF\ $FFHQWXUH$XVWUDOLD0DQDJLQJ'LUHFWRU JXHVW speaker on December 5, 2011, conducted in the Accenture Sydney Office

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Tea by the Sea Goals: Tea by the Sea (TBTS) is a breakfast event in support of the Cancer Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s annual fundraiser â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Biggest Morning Teaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; (ABMT). With an identified need in our community for all people of the Illawarra to come together and celebrate â&#x20AC;&#x201C; TBTS is more than your average fundraiser. It is the chance for people to come together and look at cancer more positively. To acknowledge and celebrate the achievements being made in cancer research and most importantly, the lives of those whom we have lost to cancer and those who have survived the fight. Actions Taken: Planning for 2011 commenced immediately following the 2010 event. Lagoon Seafood Restaurant was secured as a venue in early 2011 and potential sponsors were approached to support the event. JCI Illawarra Director of Marketing (Stefanie Myers) designed the 2011 invitation and promotional materials. Printed invitations were distributed at JCI Illawarra events and throughout local businesses. Email invitations were sent out to the JCI Illawarra mailing lists, past attendees and sponsors, as well as family and friends. The Illawarra Mercury published several stories, including a feature story on May 27, 2011 leading up to the event. An online registration and payment system was set up through Eventbrite. An online donations page was set up through the Cancer Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ABMT website. A dedicated team of volunteers (known as the TBTS crew) were engaged to assist with setup the night before the event, as well as to be involved in the smooth running of activities such as guest arrival and seating plan, raffle ticket sales, donations, prize management etc on the morning of the event. An application to trademark the name â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Tea by the Seaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; was submitted in March 2010 and accepted in August. Results: Ĺ&#x2DC;DWWHQGHHV DSSUR[LPDWHO\JURZWKRQHYHQW

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JCI Austria

Junge Wirtschaft Österrich

Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Walter Seemann Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH German

National Secretariat

Wiedner Hauptstrasse 63, A-1040 Vienna, Austria Tel: +43-590900-3226 Website: jw@wko.at www.jungewirtschaft.at

Youth Social Partnership Summit Goals and Actions Taken: Ř 7R PRWLYDWH WKH \RXQJ generation in Austria to discuss key topics of their communities and their lives Ř 7R ZRUN RXW PHDVXUHV WR RYHUFRPH LGHQWLƂHG FKDOOHQJHV RI WKH social system Ř 7R FRQIURQW SROLWLFDO GHFLVLRQ PDNHUV ZLWK WKH RXWFRPH Results: Project was run in 2010 as well. Due to the importance of the content and the success of the presentation, it was a project the national organization focused on in 2011.

Foster business growth by cutting of wage costs Goals and Actions Taken: Ř 7R KHOS RQH SHUVRQ enterprises to grow Ř 7R PDNH D FRQWULEXWLRQ WR decrease the unemployment rate Ř 7R JHW ƂQDQFLDO DVVLVWDQFH E\ the government

Results: The project was run by JCI Tyrol in 2010 and completed on a national level this year in a similar way with the Chamber of Commerce. Twenty five percent of the wage cost for the first employee were cut off during the first year. Since its start, more than 500 entrepreneurs participated in the program and hired an employee.

JCI Local Organizations JCI Amestetten

JCI Lungau

JCI Baden

JCI Mattersburg

JCI Braunau

JCI Modling

JCI Bregenz

JCI Melk

JCI Bruck

JCI Mistelbach

JCI Burgenland

JCI Muerztal-Mariazellerland

JCI Carinthia

JCI Murtal

JCI Deutschlandsberg

JCI Neunkirchen

JCI Dornbirn

JCI Neusiedl

JCI Eferding

JCI Oberpullendorf

JCI Eisenstadt

JCI Oberwart

JCI Ennstal-Salzkammergut

JCI Perg

JCI Feldkirch

JCI Pinzgau

JCI Feldkirchen

JCI Pongau

JCi Flachgau

JCI Reutte

JCI Freistadt

JCI Rohrbach

JCI Gaenserndorf

JCI Salzburg

JCI Gmeund

JCI Schaerding

JCI Gmunden

JCI Scheibbs

JCI Graz

JCI Schwaz

JCI Grieskirchen

JCI Spittal

JCI Groebming

JCI St. Poelten

JCI Guessing

JCI St. Veit

JCI Hartberg

JCI Steyr

JCI Hermagor

JCI Styria

JCI Hollabrun

JCI Sued-Ost

JCI Horn

JCI Suedsteiermark

JCI Imst

JCI Tennengau

JCI Innsbruck

JCI Tulln

JCI Innsbruck Stadt

JCI Tyrol

JCI Jennersdorf

JCI Upper Austria

JCI Kirchdorf

JCI Urfahr-Umgebung

JCI Kitzbuehel

JCI Vienna

JCI Klagenfurt Stadt

JCI Villach

JCI Korneuburg-Stockerau

JCI Voecklabruck

JCI Krems

JCI Voelkermarkt

JCI Kufstein

JCI Voitsberg

JCI Landeck

JCI Vorarlberg

JCI Leoben

JCI Waidhofen/Thaya

JCI Lienz

JCI Weisz

JCI Lilienfeld

JCI Wels

JCI Linz

JCI Wolfsberg

JCI Linz-Stadt

JCI Wr. Neustadt

JCI Lower Austria

JCI Zwettl

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JCI Bangladesh Ĺ&#x2DC;2011 JCI National President: Shahid Uddin Akbar Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ĺ&#x2DC;/RFDO/DQJXDJH Bangla

National Secretariat

House No. B 165, Road No. 23, Mohakhali DOHS, Dhaka -1206, BANGLADESH Tel: +880-2-8714169 Email: info@jcibangladesh.com Website: www.jcibangladesh.com

Blood is Life itself, Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s make it available Goals: To create awareness about blood donation in the society through email and SMS service and develop a central database for blood donors and potential donors so that anyone can have easy access to blood related information at his/her fingertips when it is required. Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; 6HOHFWLQJ 3DUWQHU DQG 6SRQVRUV Ĺ&#x2DC; 0DVV DZDUHQHVV 3URJUDP Ĺ&#x2DC; %ORRG 'RQDWLRQ &DPS Ĺ&#x2DC; 'RQRUVĹ&#x2018; 'DWDEDVH Ĺ&#x2DC; 'HYHORS DQG ,PSOHPHQW VRIWZDUH WR SURYLGH SURPSW VHUYLFH WR DOO Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; 0RUH DQG PRUH LQGLYLGXDOV DUH FRPLQJ IRUZDUG WR UHJLVWHU WKHLU names as probable donors and collection of blood is already increasing Ĺ&#x2DC; $QRWKHU VLJQLĆ&#x201A;FDQW LUUHIXWDEOH LPSDFW ZLOO EH IHOW VRRQ IURP WKH usage of ICT based operation Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KURXJK VHPLQDUV DQG DZDQHVV SURJUDPV -&, EUDQGLQJ KDV DOVR been established

Manage Your Financesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;A day-long certified course for women entrepreneurs Goals: To build awareness and to teach women entrepreneurs how to mange their business in financial aspects which will help them to get financial aid from banks. Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; 6WDQGDUG &KDUWHUHG %DQN ZDV WKH VSRQVRU RI WKLV HYHQW Ĺ&#x2DC; 7ZR KLJK RIĆ&#x201A;FLDOV IURP WZR ORFDO EDQNV ZHUH SUHVHQW DQG ZHUH the main facilitators of this program. They helped the participants to understand the procedure on how entrepreneurs should maintain their bank accounts to get financial aid Ĺ&#x2DC; 2QH VXFFHVVIXO ZRPDQ HQWUHSUHQHXU ZDV SUHVHQW WKHUH WR VKDUH her business experiences and gave motivational speech to the audience Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; $ZDUQHVV DERXW JHWWLQJ EDQN VXSSRUW Ĺ&#x2DC; $ EULGJH ZDV PDGH EHWZHHQ HQWUHSUHQHXUV DQG EDQN RIĆ&#x201A;FLDOV Ĺ&#x2DC; 3DUWLFLSDQWV DUH QRZ PRUH DZDUH DERXW PDQDJLQJ Ć&#x201A;QDQFHV WKDQ before Ĺ&#x2DC;  DSSOLHG IRU ORDQ DIWHU WKH ZRUNVKRS DQG DOO RI WKHP UHFHLYHG them

Social Awareness on Drugs and Interpersonal Skill Management Goals: To initiate a campaign for social awareness on drugs and interpersonal skill management for the young citizens - promoting active citizenship to create positive change. Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; 'UXJ $ZDUHQHVV 3URJUDP Ĺ&#x2DC; -&, %DQJODGHVK +4 9LVLW WR -&, 'KDND :HVW 3DUWQHU 3URWWR\ Medical Clinic Ĺ&#x2DC; 6HVVLRQ RQ VWUHVV PDQDJHPHQW Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QLWLDWH WKH FDPSDLJQ FURVVLQJ WKH &LW\ %RXQGDU\$FWLRQ IRU Locality Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; $ZDUHQHVV DERXW DYRLGLQJ GUXJ DEXVH Ĺ&#x2DC; $ZDUHQHVV DERXW PDQDJLQJ LQWHUSHUVRQDO VNLOOV Ĺ&#x2DC; 5HDFK WR WKH \RXQJ FLWL]HQV DQG WKH RXWVLGH RI WKH FLW\ Ĺ&#x2DC; 0RYLQJ IRU SUHYHQWLRQ UDWKHU WKDQ FRUUHFWLRQ Ĺ&#x2DC; 9RLFH RI DOO Ĺ&#x2DC; 'HYHORSLQJ LPDJH RI -&, Ĺ&#x2DC; 'HYHORSLQJ PHPEHUV WR JR IXUWKHU

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2011 JCI Annual Report


JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Dhaka West

Mahib Ekram

Social Awareness on Drugs and Interpersonal Skill Management

JCI Dhaka South

Mostafizur Rahaman

Blood is Life itself, letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s make it available

JCI Dhaka North

Rehana Parveen

Promoting Women Entrepreneurs in Bangladesh

JCI Dhaka Central

Mahbub Manik

Open Skill Lab (OSL)

JCI Dhaka East

Ahmed A Rahman

Best Business Plan

JCI Chittagong Central

Md. Moinuddin

JCI Chittagong Metro

Mohammed Imran Shakha

Cloth Distribution to Poor

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JCI Belgium Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Steven Vandenbeele Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH French Ĺ&#x2DC;/RFDO/DQJXDJH Dutch, French and German

National Secretariat

Av. E. Bockstaellaan 193, 1020 Brussels, Belgium Tel: +32-2-4283661 Email: info@jci.be Website: www.jci.be

JCI Clics for Nets Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; 5DLVH PRQH\ IRU -&, Nothing But Nets Ĺ&#x2DC; :RUOG UHFRUG DWWHPSW RI EXLOGLQJ D &OLFVFDUSHW RI [ PHWHUV Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QYLWH ORFDO RUJDQLVDWLRQV WR RUJDQL]H D ORFDO &OLFVGD\ Ĺ&#x2DC; 5DLVH DZDUHQHVV IRU WKH 81 0'*V Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; 6XFFHVVIXO VWDUWLQJ GD\ LQ 2RVWHQGH IROORZHG E\ :HVW%UDEDQW Ĺ&#x2DC; $GGLWLRQDO GD\V SODQQHG LQ &KDUOHURL +DVVHOW DQG %UXVVHOV Ĺ&#x2DC; (QG GDWH DQG Ć&#x201A;QDO UHVXOW IRU -&, Nothing But Nets planned during JCI World Congress

Global Compact Network Belgium Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; -&, %HOJLXP LV D IRXQGLQJ PHPEHU RI WKH *OREDO &RPSDFW Network Belgium (GCNB) Ĺ&#x2DC; )XUWKHU WKH SDUWQHUVKLS EHWZHHQ WKH WZR HQWLWLHV Ĺ&#x2DC; 0HHWLQJ EHWZHHQ -&, %HOJLXP 1DWLRQDO %RDUG DQG &KDLUSHUVRQ RI GCNB Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QWHQWLRQ WR ZRUN RQ FRPPRQ SURMHFWV LQ  Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QWHQWLRQ WR ZRUN FORVHO\ WRJHWKHU DQG LQYLWH HDFK RWKHU RQ RXU events Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QWHQWLRQ WR ZRUN DURXQG WKH 0'*Ĺ&#x2018;V WRJHWKHU Ĺ&#x2DC; %RWK SDUWLHV KDYH DJUHHG WR IRVWHU WKH UHODWLRQVKLS EHWZHHQ HDFK other and help each other

Bald is Beautiful Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; %UHDN WDERR DERXW EDOGQHVV ZLWK ZRPHQ Ĺ&#x2DC; 5DLVH PRQH\ IRU D SURMHFW IRU FUHDWLYH FDQFHUWUHDWPHQW Ĺ&#x2DC; 6HOO FDOHQGDUV ZLWK EDOG ZRPHQ WR UDLVH PRQH\ Ĺ&#x2DC; 2UJDQLVH DQ H[SRVLWLRQ WR UDLVH DZDUHQHVV DERXW WKH SURMHFW Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; Ĺ&#x17E;  UDLVHG IRU FDQFHU WUHDWPHQW Ĺ&#x2DC; 3UHVV FRYHUDJH Ĺ&#x2DC; (QGHYHQW ZLWK D  SHRSOH LQ DWWHQGDQFH Ĺ&#x2DC; 9RWHG %HVW 3URMHFW 1DWLRQDO $ZDUG LQ -&, %HOJLXP

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2011 JCI Annual Report


JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

JCI 3 Frontières

Alexandre LONDOT

JCI Aalst

Jan CALLEBAUT

2011 Project Name The Road Ahead - SME Training Day

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

JCI Liège

Géraldine DEMARTEAU

JCI Lier

Peggy COLE

JCI Lokeren

Steven DE PAGE

JCI Antwerpen

Kristel NIJSKENS

JCI Antwerpen grows

JCI Maasland

Daniëlle LEFRERE

JCI Antwerpen @ de stroom

Lesley VERDONCK

Commission Kayamandi

JCI Malmedy Hautes Fagnes

Cédric XHAYET

2011 Project Name PR JCI Lier Kerstmarkt (Christmas market)

JCI Arlon

Monique LUXEN

Archi-design

JCI Mechelen

Bert DE PRAETER

Visi(e)biliteit

JCI Ath

Guillaume WELLENS

25ième anniversaire de JCI Ath -Pays Vert

JCI Menen-Wevelgem

Laurens LODEFIER

Chairman

JCI Basse-Meuse

Pascale ROEKAERTS

JCI Bastogne

Pierre CHAVANNE

Enquête sur l’impact du contournement

JCI Namur

Fabrice PACOLET

Noël pour tous

JCI Beringen

Alexandra VAN LOO

JCI Belgium-cropolis

JCI Noord-Brabant

Barbara MARTENS

Waterkracht

JCI Brugge

Siegfried MASSCHAELE

Den Brugschen Beer

JCI Oostende

Michaël VERMEERSCH

JCI Clicks for nets -starday Oostende

JCI Oudenaarde

Annelies DE MAESSCHALCK

Commissie Jazz 2011

JCI Brussel

Cathy PLETINCKX

Breakfast in the park

JCI Bruxelles

Stephane ASSEE

Délices capitales - Capital delights

JCI Centre Ardenne

Cédric COLLOT

Eveiller l’esprit d’entreprise chez les jeunes

JCI Charleroi

Nathalie TRINTELER

JCI Damme in wording

Bern DE LILLE

JCI Deinze en Leiestreek

Caroline THOONEN

Le monompoly de Charleroi Deinze kommeert

JCI Mons

Corinne GYSSELS

Troc'Art

JCI Mouscron

Olivier BENOIT

Les feux de la St-Jean

JCI Pays de Herve

Michael MAGDALENA

Drogue, je dis non

JCI Roeselare-Izegem

Steven VANGHELUWE

Sterren op het schoolbord

JCI Ronse

Veerle LEMARCQ

Crossing border

JCI Sankt Vith EifelArdennen

Patrick MAUS

Fliegen gegen Fliegen

JCI Dendermonde

Dirk VERHOFSTE

JCI Dendermonde learning event

JCI Sint-Niklaas

Christof DE BREUCKER

JCI Charterday

JCI Diksmuide

Korneel VANHEE

De Avonden

JCI The Heart of Europe

Emmanuel DE GHELLINCK

Sugar Cubes

JCI Dinant

Martial CAMPS

Vitrine de l'Europe

JCI Tielt

Ann-Sophie DEVAERE

Jazzin’ Tielt

JCI Durbuy Ourthe and Aisme

Claude HEINTZ

Coachez vos équipes comme des pros!

JCI Tongeren

Inge PLUGERS

Bald is Beautiful

JCI Verviers

David HEUSE

Vert et Bière

JCI Eupen

Daniel PAVONET

100% énergie pour tout le monde

JCI Veurne-Westkust

Winnok HOUSAER

Kids in Europe

JCI Gaume

Emmanuelle CESCHIN

JCI Waregem

Dirk CLARYSSE

Timisoara

JCI Gembloux

Benjamin BERGER

outstanding nex Local Organization award

JCI Wavre and Six Vallées

Alain PREAT

La marché artisal/nocturne

JCI Genk

Jochem VANDEURZEN

De grote JCI-quiz!

JCI Gent

Filip ROOMS

JCI Vlaanderen's Business and Networking Day

JCI Gent Artevelde

Peter ANCKAERT

Ghent expat night

JCI Gheel-en-Thals

Isabelle DE PROOST

800 jaar Herentals

JCI Hannut

David GILOT

Le vent, c’est le pétrole de demain. Le vent appartient aux citoyens

JCI Harelbeke

Ward VANASSCHE

Resto for kids

JCI Haspengouw

Frederic BOONEN

JCI Hasselt

Katrien PEETERMANS

JCI Debate : State Reform?

JCI Heist-op-den-Berg

Kristof STEEGMANS

De Zoetmarkt

JCI Houtland

Geert VANOPLINUS

Vorstelijk Houtland

JCI Ieper-Poperinge-Wervik

Bart DESOMER

Lustrumactviteiten ledenwerving

JCI Kempen

Frederik MIDDERNACHT

kinderkerstboomactie

JCI Knokke-Heist

Thierry POURVEUR

Commissie Haven (the port commission)

JCI Kortrijk

Karel SIX

Belgian Delegation to Tarragone

JCI Leuven

Marijn LAETHEM

JCI Leuven BizzNizz

JCI West-Brabant

Bart PRINSEN

Business quiz

JCI Zottegem

Cindy VAN BAVEGEM

Suvivalweekend

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JCI Benin JCI Bénin

Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Nikita Topanou Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH French Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH Fon, Dendi, Goun, Bariba and Mina

National Secretariat

01 BP 6974 Cotonou, Bénin Tel: +229-95-09-09-79 Email: yvesericdenon@yahoo.com

Décennie du paludisme Objectifs et Actions menées: Le projet a pour objectif de contribuer à la protection des populations contre le paludisme: Ř $FWLRQ  6HQVLELOLVDWLRQ Ř $FWLRQ  (GXFDWLRQ Ř $FWLRQ  'LWULEXWLRQ GH 0RXVWLTXDLUHV LPSU«JQ«HV Ř $FWLRQ  'LVWULEXWLRQ GHV FRPELQDLVRQV WK«UDSHXWLTXHV ¢ EDVH d’Artémisinine Résultats: Ř 3OXV GH  PRXVWLTXDLUHV LPSU«JQ«HV GLVWULEX«HV Ř 3OXV GH  SHUVRQQHV VHQVLELOLV«HV

Programme du Père fondateur Objectifs et Actions menées: Encourager la création d’entreprises par les jeunes: Ř $FWLRQ  )RUPDWLRQV GHV MHXQHV ¢ Oő«ODERUDWLRQ GőXQ SODQ GőDIIDLUH Ř $FWLRQ  5«DOLVDWLRQ GH SODQ GőDIIDLUHV Ř $FWLRQ  3ULPHV DX[ PHLOOHXUV 3URMHW GH FU«DWLRQ GőHQWUHSULVH Résultats: 3 meilleurs plans d’affaires ont été primés et ont reçu de 400 à US $1,000.

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Projet Ecocitoyenneté Objectifs et Actions menées: Sensibiliser les populations sur la protection de l’environnement. Ř $FWLRQ 6HQVLELOLVDWLRQ GHV «OªYHV HW «FROLHUV VXU OőHQYLURQQHPHQW sain Ř $FWLRQ  3RVH GH SRXEHOOHV GDQV OHV «FROHV SULPDLUHV HW FROOªJHV de plusieures communes Ř $FWLRQ  3ODQWDWLRQ GH MHXQHV SODQWV GőDUEUHV Résultats: 3OXV GH  SRXEHOOHV SRV«HV GDQV OHV «FROHV HW FROOªJHV JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Abomey Calavi Pioneer

Casimir AITCHEDJI

Ecocitoyenneté

JCI Aurore

Marcel Sagbo

Don de Sang

JCI Baobab

Cathas HESSOU

Nettoyege de Natitingou

JCI Cotonou

Christian HOUETCHENOU

Franchir la Barrière

JCI Espoir

Rodrigue ADOHINZIN

Education Nation

JCI Prestige

Honorat HOUNNOU

Retraite formative

JCI Parakou

Zullkiff ASSOUMANOU

Equipement d’une bibliothèque

JCI Porto Novo première

Patrick VENDREDY

Environnement

JCI Océan

Olivier DEDOH

Un Cœur pour SOKOME

JCI Lumière

Albéric DAGAN

J’aime l’enfant Handicapé

JCI Etincelle

Marius DEGAN

Sensibilisation sur le campus

JCI Cotonou Zénith

Gilbert KANHONOU ANANI

Journée International de la Femme

JCI Ouidah

Alexis QUENUN

Ma ville n’est pas une poubelle

JCI Soleil

Prisca NEKEYAN

Processions pour la paix

JCI Littoral

Reine AHONOUKOUN

Académie

JCI Godomey Elite

Olivier AGONGLO

Paix en milieu scolaire


JCI Bolivia Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Carlos Orlando PeĂąaloza Quiroz Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH Spanish Ĺ&#x2DC;/RFDO/DQJXDJH Spanish

Concurso intercolegial de debate y oratoria JCI Nuevo PotosĂ­ Metas y Acciones Tomadas: El concurso de debate y oratoria en su primera versiĂłn que incluye niĂąos de 10 y 14 aĂąos, busca la participaciĂłn no solo de los jovenes de ultimo grado de colegio, sino la participacion de los jovenes y niĂąos que tiendan a desarrollar su capacidad de oratoria y

National Secretariat

Av. America Oeste NË&#x161; 412, Cochabamba, Bolivia Tel: +591-72548409 Email: isecretariagn@jcibolivia.cc Website: www.jci/bolivia debate en cursos inferiores.

JCI Bolivia - Modelo de RSE Metas: Conocer el nivel de aplicaciĂłn de RSE en la JCI Bolivia mediante replicaciĂłn y encuestas de conocimiento. Ĺ&#x2DC; (Q EDVH D LQGLFDGRUHV GH )81'(6 < (7+26 GHWHUPLQDU HO JUDGR de responsabilidad social que practica la JCI Bolivia Ĺ&#x2DC; (VWDEOHFHU H LGHQWLĆ&#x201A;FDU HO SULQFLSDO SUREOHPD GH OD SRFD   efectividad en la utilizaciĂłn de la RSE en la JCI Bolivia Acciones Tomadas: Ĺ&#x2DC; )RUPXODU FXUVR GH 56( SDUD ORV PLHPEURV GH -&, %ROLYLD Ĺ&#x2DC; 9LVLWDU \ HQFXHVWDU PDV GHO  GH PLHPEURV GH OD -&, %ROLYLD HQ sus Organizaciones Locales Resultados: La percepciĂłn de los Miembros de JCI Bolivia con respecto a la RSE demuesra en las encuestas que si bien tiene muchas actividades en pro de la RSE, no cumple con los indicadores basicos como ser:

En esta ocasiĂłn, el concurso de oratoria estuvo orientado tambien a niĂąos de 10 aĂąos, el debate tambien incluyo a los niĂąos de 14 aĂąos. Una de las principales metas fue la de lograr que participen mas de 15 colegios del area urbana de la ciudad. Ademas de que en esta ocasiĂłn se pueda tener la participaciĂłn de los padres como principal apoyo a sus hijos. Resultados: Se tuvieron mas de inscritos de lo previsto, participaron alrededor de 20 colegios lo que pudo hacer crecer la imagen de la organizaciĂłn. Los padres de familia quedaron complacidos y agradecidos de que nuestra organizaciĂłn pueda desarrollar este tipo de eventos que no hace mas que incrementar el nivel educativo de sus hijos. Se obtuvieron publicaciones en medios de prensa escrita alentando y publicitando la participaciĂłn de los colegios en el concurso. Institutos y universidades privadas cedieron becas completas y parciales para los ganadores de las distintas Categorias.

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JCI Bolivia Continued

PremiaciĂłn Madre empresaria JCI Oriente Metas y Acciones Tomadas: Nuestra ciudad Santa Cruz de la Sierra, es una de las ciudades que mayor desarrollo ha tenido durante los Ăşltimos 30 aĂąos y eso se debe en gran parte a las mujeres trabajadoras que han puesto su apoyo en todo el emprendimiento de esta ciudad, que ha pasado a ocupar el primer lugar en el ĂĄmbito empresarial. No siempre se reconoce la labor de las personas que mueven nuestro mundo empresarial, creando fuentes de trabajo Por ello en el aĂąo 2002 realizamos la primera versiĂłn, que hasta la fecha nos ha permitido reconocer a mĂĄs de 100 mujeres Empresarias que ademĂĄs de empresarias son Madres de familia, y sin descuidar esta bendecida labor, forjan empresas exitosas en nuestro medio. Resultados: Para que este programa hubiera alcanzado el ĂŠxito que tiene hoy, tuvo como base la continuidad ya que se desarrolla todos los aĂąos teniendo como beneficio: Ĺ&#x2DC;9HQWDGH,PDJHQ\DTXHHOORJRGHOD-&,HVHOSUHPLRKHFKR trofeo Ĺ&#x2DC;6HSXEOLFDHOHYHQWRHQWRGRVORVPHGLRVGHSUHQVDHVFULWRVGH nuestra ciudad Ĺ&#x2DC;6HGLVWULEX\HIROOHWHUÂŻDVFRQLQIRUPDFLÂľQGH-&, Ĺ&#x2DC;6HFDSDFLWDDORV0,SDUDVHUSDUWHGHODVFRPLVLRQHVGHWUDEDMR Ĺ&#x2DC;2EWHQHPRVIRQGRVSDUDOD2/ Ĺ&#x2DC;'DPRVHMHPSORDODMXYHQWXGDOGDUOHFWXUDGHODKRMDGHYLGD\ realizaciones de las Premiadas Ĺ&#x2DC;&RQWDPRVFRQXQEDQFRGHGDWRVGHPÂŁVGHHPSUHVDVTXH gracias a este programa conocen un poco mĂĄs de JCI

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Cochabamba JCI Femenino Cochabamba JCI UniĂłn

Jorge Luis Siles Sandra Salguerio A.

Lead Estudiantil

Jorje Alejandro Quinteros Carmen AĂąamuro C. Daniel Noya Annett Escobar L. Carla Vedia A.

Feria de la SalteĂąa

JCI Empresarios La Paz JCI Ejecutivos La Paz JCI La Paz 19.26 JCI Nuevo PotosĂ­ JCI Oruro JCI Lideres Sucre JCI Tarija JCI Gaston Castellanos Ruiz JCI Santa Cruz JCI Oriente

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Lourdes Rocha Pablo Moya Nain Mamani Amed Lora Roberto Banegas Paola Pacheco

2011 JCI Annual Report

Compromiso Vial Defensa del Paraba Azul Concurso Intercolegial de Debate y oratoria 55° Convención Nacional

PremiaciĂłn Madre Empresarial


JCI Botswana Active Citizenship Day Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Ms. Thatayaone Kokorwe Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH Setswana

National Secretariat

JCI Botswana, PO Box 40380 Gaborone, Botswana Tel: +267-3922218, +267-73990401 Email: botswana@jci.cc Website: www.jci.cc/botswana

Inspire One Million Campaign

Goals and Actions Taken: JCI Botswana celebrated its anniversary and Active Citizenship day on December 10 in Jwaneng under the theme ‘Lets go Green.” Results: The organization’s members from across Botswana came in numbers to celebrate this day, the day comprised of two activities: a litter picking exercise in the early morning around the town and best Jwaneng garden competition later on the the morning. The community was encouraged to go green and plant trees in their yards as a form of encouraging members of the society to contribute towards the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) 7 of ensuring environmental sustainability.

Goals and Actions Taken: One of JCI’s 2010 Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the World Mr. Sabirul Islam was brought to Botswana inspire at least 100,000 young Botswanans to become successful entrepreneurs and contribute positively towards poverty eradication. Results: This was achieved by hosting Poverty Dialogues in ten youth centers and motivational talks at various schools around the country. Motional talks were delivered by Sabirul, a 20-yearold entrepreneur and motivational speaker based in the United Kingdom. MDG 1 Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger was the focus.

Month of Youth Aganist AIDS Goals and Actions Taken: The purpose of the workshop was to provide capacity building training in line with HIV/AIDS in the workplaces for young entrepreneurs. Partnership meetings were held with Department of Youth that awards grants with entrprenerus, Botswana National Youth Council. Experts in HIV/AIDS in the work place including ACHAP participated. Results: The Department of Youth provided over 60 delegates who are beneficiaries of the Youth Development fund to receive training conducted by experts from different fields of work. MDG 6 Combat HIV/AIDs, malaria and other diseases were the focus.

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Jwaneng JCI Gaborone JCI Francistown

Modiri Thanke Matsapa Hermans Sibanda Odirile

Inspire one million campaign Active Citizenship day National Convention

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JCI Brazil JCI Brasil

Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Jean Pier Xavier de Liz Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH Spanish Ĺ&#x2DC;/RFDO/DQJXDJH Portuguese

National Secretariat

1341, Com.Franco Ave. - CIETEP Curitiba/PR - Brazil - 80215.090 Tel: +55-41-3322-7364 Email: sede@jci.org.br Website: www.jci.org.br

OratĂłria en las Escuelas Metas: Ĺ&#x2DC; (O SUR\HFWR FRQVLVWH en estimular el estudio y la reflexiĂłn sobre temas relacionados con los Objetivos de Desarrollo del Milenio (ODM) Ĺ&#x2DC; (VWLPXODU D ORV MÂľYHQHV estudiantes puedan formar una conciencia crĂ­tica acerca de estos temas: Ĺ&#x2DC; 7DPELÂŤQIRPHQWDU OD SUÂŁFWLFD GH KDELOLGDGHV SDUD KDEODU HQ pĂşblico necesario para diferenciarse en el mercado laboral actual Ĺ&#x2DC; &DSDFLWDU PÂŁV GH  PLO MÂľYHQHV SRU DÂłR Acciones Tomadas: Ĺ&#x2DC; &RQFXUVR LQWHUQR HQ ODV HVFXHODV  VH GHVDUUROODUÂŁQ LQWHUQDPHQWH en cada escuela bajo la responsabilidad de las escuelas participantes, que indica su representante con el siguiente paso Ĺ&#x2DC; 3DVR ORFDO  PXQLFLSDO  FRQWD FRQ OD SUHVHQFLD GH UHSUHVHQWDQWHV de cada escuela participante en el proyecto y es organizada por la JCI local Ĺ&#x2DC; (WDSD UHJLRQDO  FRQWD FRQ ORV FDPSHRQHV GH ORV SDVRV DQWHULRUHV bajo la cordinaciĂłn de los Vicepresidentes Nacionales de cada regiĂłn. Las reuniones regionales se producen entre los meses de junio a agosto, segĂşn el Calendario de Actividades de la JCI Brasil Ĺ&#x2DC; (WDSD 1DFLRQDO  GHVDUUROODQ D WUDYÂŤV GH ORV FDPSHRQHV GH ODV etapas regionales, coordinadas por el Vicepresidente Ejecutivo del ĂĄrea de la Comunidad. Se producen durante la ConvenciĂłn Nacional de la JCI Brasil Ĺ&#x2DC; /D IRUPDFLÂľQ  'XUDQWH HO SUR\HFWR ORV SDUWLFLSDQWHV UHFLEHQ XQD formaciĂłn de instructores de la JCI Brasil, cĂłmo hablar eficazmente en pĂşblico, y tambiĂŠn los maestros reciben capacitaciĂłn en su ĂĄrea

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Proyecto de Crecimiento con apoyo de la FIEP (Federación de las Industris del “Estado” de Paraná) Metas: LLevar la JCI al conocimiento de más de 300 ciudades en la provincia de Paraná; abrir por lo menos 25 nuevos capítulos en Brasil; hacer con que los nuevos capítulos ayuden en el processo de alcance de los ODM y otros proyectos de iniciativa de la Federaíón de las Industrias de Paraná. Acciones Tomadas: Fueron contratados agentes de expansión para abrir estos Capítulos; los nuevos miembros están teniendo capacitaciones y participando de los eventos nacionales con apoyo del proyecto y estamos haciendo parcerias con otras organizaciones y trabajando juntos. Resultados: Más de 100 ciudades ya recibiron visitas de nuestros agentes de expansión y ahora ya conocen aún que poco la Organización; más de 100 nuevos miembros ya fueron inscriptos en la JCI en el año 2011; 13 nuevos Capítulos ya están en actividad y más de 20 otros están en processo de apertura, lo que es más de lo que esperávamos. Hoy se hablamos de JCI por lo menos en la Província de Paraná, las personas ya saben lo que es. Las espectativas de continua ción del apoyo de la FIEP en este proyecto son muy grandes y como ya estamos extendiendo a la Província de São Paulo, esperamos seguir con el trabajo en 2012 para atender a Rio de Janeiro y también otroas Províncias de Brasil.

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Araucária JCI Arvorezinha JCI Assis JCI Astorga JCI Blumenau Garcia JCI Br Alemanha JCI Br China JCI Br Japao JCI Br Koreia JCI Campinas JCI Campo Largo JCI Campos JCI Carazinho JCI Cascavel JCI Chapecó JCI Concórdia JCI Curitiba JCI Curitiba Centro JCI Espumoso JCI Florianópolis JCI Irati JCI Itapiranga JCI Joinville JCI Lajeado JCI Laurentino JCI Londrina JCI Macaé JCI Mal Rondon JCI Maravilha JCI Medeineira JCI Não-Me-Toque JCI Novo Hamburgo JCI Palmeira JCI Palmitos JCI Panambi JCI Passo Fundo JCI Pato Branco JCI Pedreira JCI Pinhalzinho JCI Porto Alegre JCI Presidente Getúlio JCI Quissamã JCI Rio Do Sul JCI Rio Negrinho JCI Rodeio Bonito JCI Sananduva JCI São Bento Do Sul JCI São Miguel Dóeste JCI São Paulo JCI Sapiranga JCI Sarandi JCI Tapejara JCI Xanxere

Danilo Gobbo Donoso Daniel Rebelatto Luciane Avelar Correa Marcio Ruziska Luciano Cechet Rico Baumann Cheung Hoi Wai Fabio Kawauchi Jonson Chung Daniel Ivasse Eloi Walfrido Zanin Jr Cinézio S.Manhães Fl Vania Souza Pereira Marcos Souza Pereira Juares Schervinski Fabiano Sehn Lissandro Luis Grossl Pamela Haiduk Francis P. Jacobo Thaynan M. Costa Maurício Schumaher Mara Lilian Schneider Germano Utzig Fernando S. Arenhart Ana Caroline Prada Nelson Seiji Takahashi Leandro Gama Alvitos Roges Adriano Freitag Jandrei Willinghoefer Lucas E. Ghellere Vanessa Diefenthaeler Pábulo J. Ortiz Preuss Franciele B.Schettert Renata Joana Kunzler Denise Schuler Amilton Martins Marcos Paulo da Silva Bruno Estefan Perego Ezequiel Rovani Renan Arthur Pretto Johnes Schattemberg Mauricio Azevedo Claudinei R. da Silva Adriane D. Carvalho Keila Colussi Carina Fátima Scariot Edinilson Schmidt Julio César Civardi VitoR Osanai Leandro L. Klein Vanderléia Gaediche Édina Pereira Cleber Antonio Leites

PROJETO 2011 Feria del Impuesto Oratoria en las Escuelas Nueva Oratoria en las Escuelas Negócios Año Nuevo Chines Inclusión Digital Encuentro Reigional 2011 Doación sangre y medula Oratoria en las Escuelas Oratoria en las Escuelas Apertura del Capítulo Oratoria en las Escuelas Oratoria en las Escuelas ODM en la Vila Torres Lideranza en Foco Oratoria en las Escuelas Feria del Impuesto Nueva Oratoria en las Escuelas Oratoria en las Escuelas Oratoria en las Escuelas Oratoria en las Escuelas Oper. Hope Japan/Nothing But Nets Oratoria en las Escuelas Festival de Helados PE abierto a otras orgs Oratoria en las Escuelas ODM Oratoria en las Escuelas Oratoria en las Escuelas ODM ODM Nueva Oratoria en las Escuelas Nueva Oratoria en las Escuelas Oratoria en las Escuelas Navidad Solidario Oratoria en las Escuelas Oratoria en las Escuelas Oratoria en las Escuelas Oratoria en las Escuelas Oratoria en las Escuelas Oratoria en las Escuelas Oratoria en las Escuelas

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JCI Burkina Faso Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW SiĂŠ Bruno COULIBALY Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH French Ĺ&#x2DC; Local Language: MoorĂŠ and Dioula

National Secretariat

09 BP 755 Ouaga 09 Burkina Faso Tel: +226-78-08-34-90 Email: brunocoul2@yahoo.fr Website: www.jci.cc/local/burkina

Assainissement du cadre de vie et lutte contre la paludisme dans la commune de Po Objectifs et Actions menĂŠes: Ĺ&#x2DC; 6HQVLELOLVHU OD SRSXODWLRQ GH OD FRPPXQH GH 3R VXU OH GDQJHU GHV RUGXUHV PÂŤQDJÂŞUHV HW GHV GÂŤFKHWV SODVWLTXHV Ĺ&#x2DC; 0RELOLVHU OHV PÂŤQDJHV GH OD FRPPXQH SRXU OD FRPPÂŤPRUDWLRQ une fois par an de la journĂŠe de la sauvegarde de lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;environnement Ă travers une journĂŠe de nettoyage des quartiers de la ville Ĺ&#x2DC; 3ÂŤUHQQLVHU GDQV OD YLOOH GH 3R OHV FRPSRUWHPHQWV FLWR\HQV HQ faveur de lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;assainissement du cadre de vie Ĺ&#x2DC; $SSX\HU OD FRPPXQH GDQV VHV HIIRUWV GH GLVVÂŤPLQDWLRQ GH VRQ SODQ HQ PDWLÂŞUH GH FROOHFWH HW GH JHVWLRQ GHV RUGXUHV HW GHV dĂŠchets mĂŠnagers Ĺ&#x2DC; $SSX\HU OD FRPPXQH GDQV OD UHVSRQVDELOLVDWLRQ GHV FLWR\HQV dans la prĂŠ-collecte des ordures et des dĂŠchets mĂŠnagers Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QFLWHU OHV DXWRULWÂŤV FRPPXQDOHV ¢ DGRSWHU GHV WH[WHV HW GHV UÂŞJOHPHQWV HQ IDYHXU GH OĹ&#x2018;ÂŤPHUJHQFH GĹ&#x2018;RSÂŤUDWHXUV SULYÂŤV VXU OHV segments du secteur de la collecte, et de lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ĂŠlimination des ordures et des dĂŠchets de la ville de Po Ĺ&#x2DC; SXEOLHU XQ DSSHO ¢ FDQGLGDWXUHV SRXU UHFUXWHU GHX[ MHXQHV OHDGHUV pour mener des projets privĂŠs dans le secteur de la collecte et de lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ĂŠlimination des ordures et des dĂŠchets dans la ville de Po Ĺ&#x2DC; 6ÂŤOHFWLRQQHU DX PRLQV GHX[ MHXQHV SURPRWHXUV SULYÂŤV GDQV OH domaine Ĺ&#x2DC; $FFRPSDJQHU OHV GHX[ MHXQHV SURPRWHXUV GDQV OD PLVH HQ Ä?XYUH de leurs projets Ĺ&#x2DC; 6XLYUH HW ÂŤYDOXHU OH EXVLQHVV GHV GHX[ MHXQHV SURPRWHXUV RĂŠsultats: Ĺ&#x2DC;  GHV JUDQGV SURGXFWHXUV GĹ&#x2018;RUGXUHV HW GH GÂŤFKHWV GH OD commune sont sensibilisĂŠs Ĺ&#x2DC;  GHV PÂŤQDJHV GH OD YLOOH GH 3R VRQW HQJDJÂŤV ¢ SD\HU SRXU OĹ&#x2018;HQOÂŞYHPHQW GHV RUGXUHV PÂŤQDJÂŞUHV Ĺ&#x2DC; /HV DXWRULWÂŤV FRPPXQDOHV RQW LQVFULW GDQV OH FDOHQGULHU GHV commĂŠmorations la cĂŠlĂŠbration de la journĂŠe de sauvegarde de lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;environnement Ĺ&#x2DC; 4XDWUH SDQQHDX[ VLWXÂŤV DX[ HQWUÂŤHV GH OD YLOOH HW DX PDUFKÂŤ rappellent permanemment aux citoyens leurs responsabilitĂŠs dans la sauvegarde de lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;environnement Ĺ&#x2DC; /H SODQ FRPPXQDO HVW LPSULPÂŤ HQ  H[HPSODLUHV 38

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Forum economique et dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;affaire de Ouahigouya Objectifs et Actions menĂŠes: Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URPRWLRQ GH OD GÂŤFHQWUDOLVDWLRQ Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URPRWLRQ GĹ&#x2018;HQWUHSULVHV SDU OHV ÂŤFKDQJHV GĹ&#x2018;H[SÂŤULHQFHV OD reprĂŠsentation ou le partenariat dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;affaires Ă lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ĂŠchelle rĂŠgionale Ĺ&#x2DC; 5HQIRUFHPHQW GHV FDSDFLWÂŤV GHV PHPEUHV SDU XQH IRUPDWLRQ VXU OH WKÂŞPH GH Ĺ&#x201C;OĹ&#x2018;LQLWLDWLRQ ¢ OD FUÂŤDWLRQ GĹ&#x2018;HQWUHSULVHĹ&#x201D; Ĺ&#x2DC; 2IIULU DX[ 30(30, GHV RSSRUWXQLWÂŤV GH Ć&#x201A;QDQFHPHQW GĹ&#x2018;DFWLYLWÂŤV 2. ActivitĂŠs du projet Ĺ&#x2DC; $WHOLHU GH IRUPDWLRQ VXU OD FUÂŤDWLRQ GĹ&#x2018;HQWUHSULVH HW OD UHVSRQVDELOLWÂŤ sociĂŠtale des entreprises Ĺ&#x2DC; &RQIÂŤUHQFHV Ĺ&#x2DC; )RLUH ÂŤFRQRPLTXH VXU OD SODFH GH OD 1DWLRQ GH 2XDKLJRX\D Ĺ&#x2DC; 7RXUQRL 0DUDFDQD GH QXLW Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URPRWLRQ GHV HQWUHSULVHV D\DQW VRXVFULW RĂŠsultats: Ĺ&#x2DC; /HV SDUWLFLSDQWV VH VRQW DSSURSULÂŤV OH FRQFHSW GH OD dĂŠcentralisation Ĺ&#x2DC; /HV HQWUHSULVHV GH W\SH 30(30, VRQW SURPXHV Ĺ&#x2DC; 'HV PHPEUHV GHV 2UJDQLVDWLRQV /RFDOHV SDUWLFLSDQWHV ÂŤFKDQJHQW leurs expĂŠriences Ĺ&#x2DC;  SDUWLFLSDQWV DX PRLQV VRQW LQLWLÂŤV ¢ OD FUÂŤDWLRQ GĹ&#x2018;HQWUHSULVH Ĺ&#x2DC; /HV 30(30, GH OD ORFDOLWÂŤ FRQQDLVVHQW PLHX[ OHV VWUXFWXUHV GH financement et leurs conditionnalitĂŠs. Les PME/PMI connaissent Ă  prĂŠsent leurs responsabilitĂŠs vis-Ă -vis de leurs employĂŠs mais et surtout vis-Ă -vis de leurs communautĂŠs et le milieux dans lequel ils vivent


Reboisement Objectifs: Ř&RQWULEXHU¢VDXYHJDGHUOőHQYLURQQHPHQW Ř0HWWUHHQWHUUHSODQWV Actions menées: Ř5«GLJHUOHGRFXPHQWGHSURMHW Ř5HFKHUFKHUGHVSDUWHQDLUHV Ř(ODERUHUXQSURJUDPPHGHVXLYLSRXUODVXUYLHGHVSODQWV Résultats: Les 120 plants sont mis en terre Ř/HSURMHWHVWU«GLJ« Ř8QSURJUDPPHHVW«ODERU«

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Ouagadougou

Serge BANGUEMZANRE

JCI Bobo Dioulasso

Abdoulaye KABORE

JCI Ouaga Soleil JCI Fada N’GOURMA

Vivien T. LENGANI Germain OUALLI

JCI Ouaga Excellence

Moussa KOANDA

JCI Kaya

Abdoulaye BELEMVIRE

JCI Nouna

Harouna WILLI

JCI U Ouaga Soleil JCI Ouaga Golden JCI Ouaga Synergie

Daouda SANA Aboubakari BARRO Yves Ismael ZIO

JCI Banfora Cascade JCI Orodara Verger JCI Gaoua Collines JCI Diébougou Oxygène

Salif OUEDRAOGO Tanguy MILLOGO Sié Sirwané KAMBOU Issa Cheick OUEDRAOGO

JCI Dédougou Eclat

Adama ZERBO

JCI U Ouaga Lumière

Olivier OUEDRAOGO

JCI U Bobo

aïse Stéphanie DA

JCI U Bobo Light JCI Ouaga Mètba

Jeanne NACE Alice Konny Berthe KONE

JCI Tenkodogo Amazone JCI Boromo Elite JCI Nahouri Etoile

Issa RABO Votiédouin IRA Jacques SONGA

Don de sang aux malades de l’Hopital Yalgado Ouedraogo Conference Publique sur le theme : « Changement Climatique et developement durable » Zero paludisme à Bassmyam Don de 85 poubelles au centre hospitalier regioinal de fada, a la mairie, a la gare routiere et 3 lycees Remise de don à l’association “Fille Mère” Conférence publique sur la citoyenneté active et la bonne gouvernance avec le thème: “Responsabilité citoyenne des jeunes pour un monde de paix” Formation des élus locaux à la bonne gouvernance Forum Universitaire sur les OMD Opération Don de sang “Big Day” Grande foire commerciale et divertissement Conférence Publique sur les OMD Reboisement Don de fournitures scolaires DON de Poubelles à la Mairie de Diébougou au profit de l’Autogare et de certains services Etablissement massif de Carte Nationale d’Identité Burkinabé pour les femmes d’une association(GED) Conférence publique “Bonne gouvernance et droits humains” Protégeons la mère et l’enfant contre le paludisme Sécurité Routière Reboisement conjointe JCI Ouaga Mètba and Excellence dans la localité de Manegsombo Reboisement Bosquet de manguiers

JCI Koudougou JCI Ouahigouya

Dénis ZAGRE Mamadou MAIGA

JCI Ziniaré JCI Ouaga Etoile JCI Bobo Synergie JCI U Koudougou Merveille JCI Yako Challenge

Jean SANOU Daouda ZIGUE Hassimi SANOGO Carine MOSSE Christian KABORE

Assainissement du cadre de vie et lutte contre le paludisme Don de sang Forum Economique et d’affaire de OUAHIGOUYA Palu ZERO Reboisement à Pabré Lutte contre le Paludisme en milieu scolaire et estudiantin Conférence sur la contribution de la jeunesse au développement de la commune de Yako

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JCI Cambodia Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW CHY Thmor Sila Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ĺ&#x2DC;/RFDO/DQJXDJH Khmer

National Secretariat

#35-37 CBM Building, 1st Floor B1, St. 214 (Samdech Pan) Phnom Penh City, Cambodia CAMBODIA Tel: +855-23-6677566, +855-93-333000 Email: jci.cambodia@gmail.com Website: www.jcicambodia.com

JCI Cambodia Debating Championship 2011 Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URPRWH GHEDWLQJ FXOWXUH among students Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URPRWH 81 0'*V WR contestants and 500 audience members Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QVSLUH VWXGHQWVĹ&#x2018; FRĆ&#x201A;GHQFH in communicating their input in bringing positive change to their communitites Ĺ&#x2DC; )LYH WHDPV IURP PDMRU XQLYHUVLWLHV LQ &DPERGLDĹ&#x2018;V FDSLWDO FLW\ Phnom Penh, joined the contest Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH ZLQQLQJ WHDP ZDV VSRQVRUHG E\ SULYDWH FRPSDQ\ SDUWQHUV to join 1st Asia Pacific Debating Contest in Taiwan during the National Convention Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH HYHQW ZDV WKH Ć&#x201A;UVW LQWHUXQLYHUVLW\ GHEDWH FRQWHVW LQ (QJOLVK ever done Ĺ&#x2DC; 0DQ\ PRUH XQLYHUVLWLHV DUH HQTXLULQJ ZKHWKHU WKH\ FDQ MRLQ WKH event next year Ĺ&#x2DC; -&, &DPERGLD SODQV WR UXQ WKH HYHQW RQ DQQXDO EDVLV Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH WHDP IURP &DPERGLD ZRQ WKH VW $VLD 3DFLĆ&#x201A;F 'HEDWLQJ Contest in Taiwan Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH HYHQW UHFHLYHG ZLGH PHGLD FRYHUDJH DQG VXSSRUW IURP students as well as general public

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Tree Planting through OMOIYARI Spirit Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URPRWH 202,<$5, VSLULW Ĺ&#x2DC; 5DLVH DZDUHQHVV RI volunteerism Ĺ&#x2DC;3URPRWH -&, &DPERGLD WR corporate partners Ĺ&#x2DC; (GXFDWLRQDO DFWLYLWLHV UHODWHG to OMOIYARI were conducted at three highschools, one university and one orphanage in Cambodiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tourist town, Siem Reap province Ĺ&#x2DC; -&, &DPERGLD DQG )RUG 0RWRU FR FROODERUDWHG WR FROOHFW RYHU 500 on-site volunteers to plant 3,000 trees on a 10 kilometer long street connecting the international airport to Siem Reapâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s downtown Results: Ĺ&#x2DC;  YROXQWHHUV ZHUH WUDLQHG DERXW WKH 202,<$5, VSLULW DQG LQ turn, they trained other 500 students in high schools, university and one orphanage center Ĺ&#x2DC;  VHHGOLQJV ZHUH SODQWHG Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH VWXGHQW YROXQWHHUV ZHUH YHU\ HQWKXVLDVWLF DERXW ZKDW WKH\ learned and did Ĺ&#x2DC; 0DQ\ PRUH FRSRUDWLRQV LQ DGGLWLRQ WR )RUG DUH ORRNLQJ WR SDUWQHU with JCI Cambodia on many more of our incoming projects


2011 Cambodia Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Do It! Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC;5DLVHDZDUHQHVVRIFOHDQ environmental sustainability Ĺ&#x2DC;3URPRWHYROXQWHHUVLPVSLULW Ĺ&#x2DC;(GXFDWLRQDOZRUNVKRS series on environment were conducted at five universities in Cambodiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s capital, Phnom Penh Ĺ&#x2DC;RQVLWHYROXQWHHUVMRLQHGWKHFOHDQXSGD\RQ$SULO to clean five zones in Phnom Penh Ĺ&#x2DC;$WKDQN\RXFRQFHUWZDVFRQGXFWHGDWHQGRIWKHHYHQW Results: Ĺ&#x2DC;7KHELJJHVWFOHDQXSHYHQWLQWKHFRXQWU\Ĺ&#x2018;VKLVWRU\ZDV successfully conducted Ĺ&#x2DC;7KHHYHQWZDVWKHĆ&#x201A;UVWVXFKYROXQWHHULQJDFWLYLW\WKDWZDV initiated by young active individuals Ĺ&#x2DC;0DMRUXQLYHUVLWLHVJRWWRNQRZ-&,&DPERGLD Ĺ&#x2DC;7KH&LW\+DOOHQGRUVHGWKHHYHQWDQGXVHGLWDVDQH[DPSOHRI Cambodia new generationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s effort to bring positive change to the country

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Cambodia-Phnom Penh

Mr. Va Vireak

JCI Cambodia Debating Champioship 2011

JCI Cambodia-Chaktomuk

Mr. Heng Samnang

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JCI Cameroon Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Takor Takor Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH French and English Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH French and English

National Secretariat

Rez de chaussee, Delegation Regionale Ministere du Commerce (en face FOKOU Akwa) Douala, Cameroon Tel: +237-7758-2831 Email: info@jci.cm Website: www.jci.cm

Kick Malaria out of the West Coast Goals and Actions Taken: The goal of this project was to sensitize the inhabitants of the villages in Idenau in the West Coast on proper prevention and treatment of malaria. A team of members of JCI Limbe Atlantic, in collaboration with a Belgian NGO-Drive Against malaria, traveled to Idenau, where they tested the population for malaria, adminstered drugs to those who were infected and handed out long-lasting insecticide treated mosquito nets. Results: Many more people in the village became aware whether or not they were suffering from malaria and administration of medication and distribution of medications helped save lots of lives. The Divisional Officer for Idenau and other administrative officials were very happy with the joint efforts of the team and praised JCI Limbe Atlantic for its continuous good deeds towards the local communities. This gave the Local Organization more visibility and a positive image as a problem solver and an active agent in the fight against the killer disease, malaria.

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Operation 10,000 Environmentally Friendly Trees Goals and Actions Taken: JCI Bamenda Royal, in partnership with their local council and one of their corporate sponsors, embarked on a tree planting exercise after carrying out a needs analysis of their community. The goal is to plant over 10,000 trees by 2015 to keep the promise of the UN Millenniun Development Goals. Also to protect endangered species such as ‘Pronus Africana,’ a medicinal plant used for the treatment of prostrate cancer. A team of JCI Bamenda Royal members, the Lord Mayor of Bamenda 3 Council and a representative of their main sponsor together launched this project by planting some trees and taking the commitment to carry on with these actions until they have met their set targets.

Results: Ř,WDWWUDFWHGDORWRI\RXQJSHRSOHDQGWKH\ZHUHLQWHUHVWHGLQ finding out what JCI is all about Ř,WJHQHUDWHGDORWRISRVLWLYHSUHVVIRU-&,&DPHURRQ Ř,WKHOSHGSURPRWHGLDORJXHDQGPXWXDOXQGHUVWDQGLQJDPRQJVW members of different political parties Ř7KLVZHQWDORQJZD\WRGHFUHDVHWHQVLRQVZKLFKKDGEHJDQ arising in response to the upcoming polls JCI Cameroon, through this project, presented itself as a responsible youth organisation made up of young dynamic active citizens, who were actively present on the table of nation building.

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Limbe Atlantic

Kristy Esemoh

Kick malaria out of the West Coast

JCI Buea Sumit

Simon Teke Mbwange

Water and Energy Crisis in Cameroon

JCI U. B.

Bintu IKOME

JCI Bamenda Royal

Nestor Anyele

Operation 10.000 trees by 2015

JCI Kumba City

Alemtu Fontu

Promoting the use of female condoms

JCI Tiko Creeks

Patrice Tamou

Clean up Tiko

JCI Yaounde Excel

Guy ONANA SAMBA

JCI Yaounde Head Seven

Jacques Nga

JCI Edea Lumiere

Andre Bidjeke

JCI Mbanga New Hope

Flore Damen

JCI U. D.

NGWamenI SIME Stéphane

JCI Douala La Reference

ENOH Samuel

Importance of registering on the voter’s list

Importance of Registering on Voters lists

JCI Douala New Vision

NJINGSONG Godlove

Kick Malaria out of Bonaberi

JCI Douala La Doyene

BOYOM Ghislain

Goals and Actions Taken: A televised debate was organized by JCI Douala La Reference to sensitize people on the importance of registering for the Presidential elections. The debate was shown on national television and was highly attended.

JCI Douala Ideal

Ezekiel Tcheboue

JCI Douala Leader

Rudy SOKSIPE

Results: This gave a positive image to JCI Bamenda Royal, helped it in the partnership accord it has been building with the local council and helped the members begin the important task of introducing the importance of being a registered under the UN Global Compact initiative to their sponsor. The community is more aware of what JCI stands for and hopefully, through this, their partner would sign up as a UN Global Compact company.

Sensitisation on the importance of enviromental protection

Forum des carrières 2011

JCI Ngoundere Chateau D’eau JCI Uni Yaounde 1

Babangida Usmatu

JCI Maroua Sahel

The panelists were members of the different political parties and proffessional backgrounds. This project was fashioned around the Japenese concept of OMOIYARI. It was believed that if the political players within the Country could dicuss and understand eachother, it will help towards quelling any pre-or-post-electoral disorder thereby maintaining peace and stability within the country.

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JCI Canada Ř 2011 JCI National President: Paul Clissold Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř Local Language: English and French

National Secretariat

14 Bruce Farm Drive, Toronto Ontario M2H 1G3 CANADA Tel: 1-416-226-9756 Email: info@jcicanada.com Website: www.jcicanada.com

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Kelowna

Alex Miller

Gentleman’s Dinner

JCI Okanagan

Corrine Omand

Urban Race

JCI Vernon

Tahara Bertrtam

Hospital Gala

JCI Penticton

Carol Sheridan

Officer Training

JCI Lower Mainland

Tanya Hasey

Regional Convention

JCI Kootenay

Jennifer Mahon

All Candidates Forum

JCI Calgary

Bethany Wall

Peak Performance Training

JCI Edmonton

Chris Curtola

Christmas Hamper Program

JCI Humbolt

Tyrell Bjarneson

Spray Park Construction

JCI Winnipeg

Kelly Faubert

Masala Mixer

JCI Toronto

Jeremy Okrafka

Mentor to Lead

JCI Brantford

Brenda DeMille

Santa Clause Parade

JCI St. Catherines

Mark Kudrikas

75th Anniversary Fundraiser

JCI Cape Breton

Joel McRae

Hype Awards

JCI Quebec

Marie Eve Goulet

TOYP Awards Gala

Christmas Hamper Distribution Goals and Actions Taken: Companies and people donated hampers for families that can’t afford Christmas. JCI Edmonton then found families in need and distributed the presents and food to them before Christmas.

Urban Race Goals and Actions Taken: JCI Okanagan organized a race around the City of Kelowna to raise money for the Tiny Bundles Program at the food bank. The goal was to provide funding for prenatal health of underprivilaged expectant mothers. It also promotes a healthly lifestyle among the participants. Results: C $20,000 was raised to help keep expectant and new mothers and their babies healthy. The Tiny Bundles program increases infant health by having healthy and nutritious food to eat in the important first few years of their life.

Gentleman’s Dinner Goals and Actions Taken: Ř 7R UDLVH PRQH\ IRU %LJ %URWKHUV DQG 6LVWHUV Ř $ FKDULW\ GLQQHU ZDV KHOG WKDW LQYLWHG EXVLQHVVPHQ IRU DQ HYHQLQJ of entertainment, games and auctions Results: A sellout crowd raised more than C $35,000 to help support underprivilaged youth in the community. This program helps children without either a mother or father become active members of the community by following the lead of a mentor.

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Results: Over 300 families were able to eat well and experience a happy Christmas. Without this, many children would go hungry over the Christmas season.


JCI Catalonia JCI Catalunya

Youth for Debate

Ĺ&#x2DC; 2011 JCI National President: Jordi Plens Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English and Spanish Ĺ&#x2DC; Local Language: Catalan

Goals and Actions Taken: Organization of the local debates in each catalan Local Organization. Finalists will compete in the final Debate in the National Congress in late October.

National Secretariat

Carrer Pintor Ribalta n13 Local 2 08028 Barcelona Tel: +34-93-4470705 Email: info@jci.cat Website: www.jci.cat

JCI Nothing But Nets Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; 6HQVLWL]DWLRQ FDPSDLJQ WKDW consisted in covering important monuments of each city where JCI works with a big net accompanied with a information desk Ĺ&#x2DC; 'RQDWLRQV UHFLHYHG IURP RQ -&, &<($ 3URJUDP -&, 72<3 Program, one euro on each companion at table on Gala Dinners Ĺ&#x2DC; &KDULW\ &RQFHUW RI $IULFDQ 0XVLF ZLWK FROODERUDWLRQ ZLWK GLIIHUHQW entities Ĺ&#x2DC; ,Q WKH &DWDODQ 3DUW\ DW WKH  -&, (XURSHDQ &RQIHUHQFH LQ Tarragona the funds from the return of the recycable glasses were donations for Nothing But Nets Results: Successful participation, sensitization and donations.

Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH LVVXHV RI WKH GHEDWH DUH DERXW 81 0LOOHQLXP 'HYHORSPHQW Goals. So participants are learning to defend positions in regards JCI campaign with UN Ĺ&#x2DC; 3DUWLFLSDQWV OHDUQ WR H[SUHVV WKHPVHOYHV EHWWHU DQG WR UHVSHFW differents positions

Changeglobal.org Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; &UHDWLRQ RI WKH ZHEVLWH Ĺ&#x2DC; 'LVWULEXWLQJ ZHEVLWH OLQN Ĺ&#x2DC; &KDQJHJOREDO LV WKH VW network of our country that helps you share social problems and bringing people together to promote change

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Barcelona

Mireia Camps

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Recollida dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Ulleresâ&#x20AC;?: Recollection of second hand glasses with Barraquer Fundation for poor people that canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t afford it.

JCI Lleida

Joan Carles Pinyol

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Curs per aturatsâ&#x20AC;?: Course for unemployed people to help them in achieving a job.

JCI Girona

PatrĂ­cia GarcĂ­a

Reis Solidarisâ&#x20AC;?: Kingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Solidarity Campaign for Christmas (recollection of presents for poor people)

JCI Tarragona

VĂ­ctor Monreal

JCI Reus

LluĂ­s Coscollola

Children Gymcana

JCI Manresa

Lourdes Magan

Transèquia: Cultural Activity of promotion of water

JCI Igualada

Jaume Caterineu

3000 a Debat: (Similar activity to Youth for debate)

JCI Vilafranca

David Delgado

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Premis Penedesencsâ&#x20AC;?: Awards from Penedès (to youth enterpreneurs of the region)

JCI Sabadell

RĂşben Garrido

JCI Terrassa

Joan Valls

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JCI Colombia CĂĄmara JĂşnior de Colombia

Ĺ&#x2DC; 2011 JCI National President: Lizby Casas Forero Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH Spanish Ĺ&#x2DC; Local Language: Spanish

National Secretariat

Carrera 47 # 91 - 96 Barrio la Castellana, Colombia Tel: +57-1-6463120 Email: sedejcicolombia@gmail.com Website: www.jci.cc/local/colombia

Campamento Somos LĂ­deres Metas: Ĺ&#x2DC; &RQWULEXLU DO FXPSOLPLHQWR GHO 2EMHWLYR GH 'HVDUUROOR GHO 0LOHQLR NĂşmero Uno (1): Erradicar la pobreza extrema y el hambre Ĺ&#x2DC; $SRUWDU KHUUDPLHQWDV DGLFLRQDOHV D OD MXYHQWXG GH OD FLXGDG GH Duitama que les permita iniciar o incrementar sus habilidades emprendedoras Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QFHQWLYDU D ORV MÂľYHQHV GH OD FLXGDG GH 'XLWDPDD IDPLOLDUL]DUVH e interesarse en temas relacionados con el emprendimiento. Ĺ&#x2DC; 'DU HMHPSORV D ORV MÂľYHQHV GH OD FLXGDG GH 'XLWDPD GH FDVRV exitosos en personas emprendedoras Acciones Tomadas: Ĺ&#x2DC; &RQVROLGDFLÂľQ GH XQD DOLDQ]D FRQ OD &ÂŁPDUD GH &RPHUFLR GH Duitama, como aliado estratĂŠgico en la realizaciĂłn del Programa Ĺ&#x2DC; 5HDOL]DFLÂľQ GH XQ FDPSDPHQWR HQ HO FXDO VH DSRUWÂľ GH conocimientos y herramientas a 2 grupos de jĂłvenes sobresalientes de la ciudad de Duitama de entre 30 y 40 participantes cada uno, sobre temas relacionados directamente con emprenderismo Ĺ&#x2DC; 6H GHĆ&#x201A;QLHURQ  GH ODV FXDOLGDGHV TXH UHVDOWDQ HQ XQ (PSUHQGHGRU y se destinĂł un dĂ­a para cada una de ellas. Dentro de las actividades realizadas cada dĂ­a estuvieron capacitaciĂłn, charla con empresarios exitosos y jornadas lĂşdicas con otras organizaciones cĂ­vicas de Duitama (Cruz Roja, Defensa Civil, Bomberos, PolicĂ­a, Scouts) Resultados: Ĺ&#x2DC; &DPELR SRVLWLYR HQ OD SHUFHSFLÂľQ GH ORV MÂľYHQHV VREUH las cualidades y aptitudes que resaltan en las personas emprendedoras Ĺ&#x2DC; /RJUDU FDPELDU OD IDOVD LGHD GH TXH ODV SHUVRQDV HPSUHQGHGRUDV son Ăşnicamente aquellas que tienen y hacen empresas Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QFUHPHQWR GH ODV KHUUDPLHQWDV HQ ORV MÂľYHQHV SDUD TXH potencialicen sus habilidades emprendedoras

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Festival de Talentos Metas: Fomentar en los niĂąos y adolescentes habilidades de liderazgo, creatividad y anĂĄlisis que ayuden a formarlos integralmente, mediante la participaciĂłn en cada una de las modalidades (Oratoria, Debate, Spelling Bee, Conocimientos AcadĂŠmicos, OrtografĂ­a y Pintura) permitiendo relacionarse con otras personas, para asĂ­ enfrentarse a distintas ĂĄreas durante su vida y de esta manera les sea posible crear cambios positivos en nuestra sociedad. Acciones Tomadas: El Festival de Talentos se llevĂł a cabo en 7 etapas: Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URFHVR GH SODQHDFLÂľQ \ GLIXVLÂľQ GHO SURJUDPD TXH VH UHDOL]Âľ HQ los diferentes Colegios oficiales y privados de CĂşcuta Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QVFULSFLRQHV TXH VH OOHYÂľ D FDER KDVWD HO GÂŻD GH ODV HOLPLQDWRULDV Ĺ&#x2DC; -RUQDGD GH FDSDFLWDFLÂľQ D ORV LQVFULWRV VREUH ODV VLHWH modalidades (Oratoria, Debate, Spelling Bee, Conocimientos AcadĂŠmicos, OrtografĂ­a y Pintura) Ĺ&#x2DC; (OLPLQDWRULDV GRQGH ORV MXUDGRV GH FDGD XQD GH ODV PRGDOLGDGHV seleccionaron los estudiantes mĂĄs destacados Ĺ&#x2DC; *UDQ Ć&#x201A;QDO GRQGH VH HOLJLHURQ ORV JDQDGRUHV GH FDGD XQD GH ODV siete modalidades (1er, 2o y 3er puesto) Ĺ&#x2DC; 3UHPLDFLÂľQ VH OOHYÂľ D FDER OD HQWUHJD GH 7URIHRV PHGDOODV \ premios de los patrocinadores a cada uno de los finalistas Ĺ&#x2DC; ([DOWDFLÂľQ GH ORV JDQDGRUHV HQ ORV PHGLRV GH FRPXQLFDFLÂľQ prensa, radio, televisiĂłn e Internet Resultados: Ĺ&#x2DC; 3RVLFLRQDPLHQWR GH OD -&, HQ ORV GLIHUHQWHV PHGLRV GH comunicaciĂłn Ĺ&#x2DC; 'LYXOJDFLÂľQ GH ORV YDORUHV GH OD RUJDQL]DFLÂľQ D PDV GH  estudiantes a quienes se capacitaron para iniciar como potenciales miembros Ĺ&#x2DC; %HQHĆ&#x201A;FLR D ORV HVWXGLDQWHV FRQ EHFDVFRUUHVSRQGLHQWHV DO  HQ PDWUÂŻFXOD HQ FXDOTXLHUD GH ORV SURJUDPDV HGXFDWLYRV GH Corpetrol Ĺ&#x2DC; (VWUHFKDU OD]RV FRQ OD HPSUHVD SULYDGD \ HQWLGDGHV HGXFDWLYDV como patrocinadoras oficiales del concurso


Guajira sin Hambre Metas: Ĺ&#x2DC;&RQWULEXLUDOFXPSOLPLHQWRGHGRVGHORV2EMHWLYRVGH'HVDUUROOR del Milenio: Reducir la mortalidad infantil y mejorar la salud en la maternidad Ĺ&#x2DC;/RJUDUODYLQFXODFLÂľQGHPDGUHVODFWDQWHVQLÂł#VPHQRUHV de dos aĂąos, a servicios de salud y desarrollo infantil Ĺ&#x2DC;)RUPDFLÂľQGHODVPDGUHVODFWDQWHV\VXVIDPLOLDVHQWHPDVTXH mejoren su calidad de vida Ĺ&#x2DC;3URPRYHUHOHPSUHQGLPLHQWRHQODVPDGUHVEHQHĆ&#x201A;FLDULDV\VXV familias Ĺ&#x2DC;$UWLFXODFLÂľQGHODVHQWLGDGHVSÂźEOLFDV\SULYDGDVHQSURJUDPDV para la atenciĂłn de madres lactantes y sus familias Acciones Tomadas: Ĺ&#x2DC;)RFDOL]DFLÂľQSREODFLÂľQEHQHĆ&#x201A;FLDULD Ĺ&#x2DC;6RFLDOL]DFLÂľQGHOSURJUDPD Ĺ&#x2DC;'LDJQRVWLFRJHQHUDOGHVLWXDFLÂľQQXWULFLRQDO\DOLPHQWDULDDFWXDO de niĂąos y madres Ĺ&#x2DC;(ODERUDFLÂľQHYDOXDFLÂľQ\FRQWUROGHPLQXWDV Ĺ&#x2DC;$WHQFLÂľQLQWHJUDODODSREODFLÂľQEHQHĆ&#x201A;FLDULDDFRPSDÂłDPLHQWR a las familias. Entrega mensual de paquete alimentario, micronutrientes, anemia y otros Ĺ&#x2DC;,PSOHPHQWDFLÂľQGH8QLGDGHV3URGXFWLYDVSDUDODVHJXULGDG alimentaria Ĺ&#x2DC;&RQIRUPDFLÂľQ\IXQFLRQDPLHQWRGHFRPLWÂŤVGHFRQWUROVRFLDO Ĺ&#x2DC;&RQIRUPDFLÂľQ\IXQFLRQDPLHQWRGHUHGHVGHDSR\R Ĺ&#x2DC;$FWLYLGDGHVFRPSOHPHQWDULDVVHVLRQHVHGXFDWLYDVUHFUHDWLYDV culturales y orientaciones a la familia a travĂŠs de visitas domiciliarias Ĺ&#x2DC;(YDOXDFLRQHVQXWULFLRQDOHV Ĺ&#x2DC;6HJXLPLHQWRPRQLWRUHR\HYDOXDFLÂľQGHSURFHVRV\UHVXOWDGRV

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Accion Duitama

Nancy Barinas

Campamento Somos LĂ­deres

JCI Bogota

Juan Carlos Arias

Cambia una Sonrisa por la Vida de un NiĂąo

JCI Buenaventura

Luz Angela GonzĂĄlez

JCI Buga

Dianan Marcela Sotelo Osorio

Valorarte

JCI Cucuta

Ana Karina Carrillo Ortiz

Festival de Talentos

JCI Manizales

Jorge Ivan Arias

Nothing But Nets

JCI Medellin

Gloria Isabel LondoĂąo

JCI Pereira

Monica Ardila

JCI Quindio

Carlos Beltran

La JCI en la U con los ODM

JCI Riomar

Miller Serrano

Asistencia Comunitaria en la UrbanizaciĂłn La Playa

JCI Santa Marta

Sandy Gazabon

Escuela de Padres barrio Villabethel

JCI Santafe De Tierralinda

Nestor Eduardo Benjumea

Fundamil

JCI Tajamares

Vanesa Carvajalino

JCI Tulua

Maritza Roman

JCI Valledupar

Armando Gomez

JCI Wuayma

Flor Marina Illidge

JCI Cali

Andres Felipe Santofimio

JCI Tumaco

Carlos Estrella

JCI Bellavista

Jonathan IrreĂąo

Guajira sin Hambre

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JCI Comoros

Jeune Chambre International des Comores

Ĺ&#x2DC; 2011 JCI National President: Anis Ali Ibouroi Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH French Ĺ&#x2DC; Local Language: Swahili

National Secretariat

S/c UCCIA Moroni Comores, Moroni, Comoros 5041 Tel: +269-331-39-65 Email: mohamed.djounaid@yahoo.fr Website: www.jci.cc/local/comoros

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JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Moroni

Akram Said Mohamed

Amenagement de la piste Karthala

JCI Hantsambou

Abdou Mâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;madi

RĂŠamenagement dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;une bibliothèque

JCI MitsoudjĂŠ

Moinanfia Amir

JCI Foumbouni

Omar

JCI Mitsamihouli JCI Mnoungou JCI Mutsamudu JCI Domoni JCI Wani JCI Nyoumadzaha

Fouad Hassane

JCI Iconi JCI Nvouni JCI Koimbani JCI Fomboni JCI Mkazi

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JCI Congo Semaine de lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;environnement Ĺ&#x2DC; 2011 JCI National President: $UVÂŞQH +DUROG %RXFNLWD Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH French Ĺ&#x2DC; Local Language: Lingala and Munukutuba

National Secretariat

15, rue Campel, Ravin du Tchad, Plateau centre ville Brazzaville Tel: +242-575-39-98 Email: bouckitah@yahoo.fr National Website: jci.congo.cc

Best Business Plan Competition Objectifs: Promouvoir le crĂŠation dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;entreprise. Actions menĂŠes: Contact avec les organismes: Ĺ&#x2DC; 0LQLVWÂŞUH GHV SHWLHV PR\HQQHV HQWUHSULVHV Ĺ&#x2DC; 0LQLVWÂŞUH X GHYHORSSHPHQW LQGXVWULHO Ĺ&#x2DC; &KDPEUH GH FRPPHUFH %UD]]DYLOOH HW 3RLQWH 1RLUH Ĺ&#x2DC; 1ÂŤJRFLDWLRQ DYHF OHV SDUWHQDLUHV

Objectifs: Promouvoir la culture de developement durable. Actions menĂŠes: Ĺ&#x2DC; &RQFWDFWV DYHF OHV DXWRULWÂŤV Ĺ&#x2DC; /DQFHPHQW GH OD SKDVH SLORWH GX  DX  MXLQ  HQ SDUWHQDULDW avec le CCF Ĺ&#x2DC; 3DUWLFLSDWLRQ GH SOXVLHXUV 21* Ĺ&#x2DC; (YDOXDWLRQ RĂŠsultats: Ĺ&#x2DC; $FFRUG GX 0LQLVWÂŞUH GH GHYHORSSHPHQW GXUDEOH Ĺ&#x2DC; &KDQJHPHQW GX FRQFHSW VHPDLQH GH OĹ&#x2018;HQYLURQQHPHQW HQ VHPDLQH du developement durable Ĺ&#x2DC; &KDQJHPHQW GH GDWH GÂŤVRUPDLV DX PRLV GĹ&#x2018;DYULO Ĺ&#x2DC; 3UÂŤSDUDWLRQ GH OD SUHPLÂŞUH ÂŤGLWLRQ HQ 

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Mâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Foa la Verte JCI Prestige

Dengui Ndovo JosĂŠly Mankou â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Ngolo

Edden

RĂŠsultats: Ĺ&#x2DC; 3DUWHQDULDW DYHF OH FRQVHLO QDWLRQDO GH OD MHXQHVVH UHSUÂŤVHQWDQW OH PLQLVWÂŞUH GH OD MHXQHVVH Ĺ&#x2DC; $FRUG GH SULQFLSH HW DWWHQWH GH EXGJHW  SRXU OH PLQLVWÂŞUH GHV SHWLWHV HW PR\HQQHV HQWUHSULVHV OH PLQLVWÂŞUH GX GHYHORSSHPHQW industriel Ĺ&#x2DC; $FFRUG DYHF OHV FKDPEUHV GH FRPPHUFH SRXU DEULWHU OH VLÂŞJH GX BBPC

Engagement pour le Developpement Durable et lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Environnement Objectifs: Promouvoir lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;agriculture biologique. Actions menĂŠes: Ĺ&#x2DC; &XOWXUH ELRORJLTXH GH SURGXLWV PDUDLFKHUV Ĺ&#x2DC; (OHYDJH %LR Ĺ&#x2DC; &HQWUH GH WUDYDX SUDWLTXHV GHV ÂŤWXGLDQWV GHV ÂŤROHV GĹ&#x2018;JULFXOWXUH RĂŠsultats: Ĺ&#x2DC; &UÂŤDWLRQ GH  HPSORLV SHUPDQHQWV Ĺ&#x2DC; &RPPHUFLDOLVDWLRQ GHV SURGXLWV DJULFROHV %LR SRLVVRQ OÂŤJXPHV Ĺ&#x2DC; &RPHUFLDOLVDWLRQ GHV FRPSRVWV ELR

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JCI Costa Rica

Asociación Junior Chamber International Costa Rica

Ř 2011 JCI National President: Guillermo E. Zuñiga Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH Spanish Ř Local Language: Spanish

National Secretariat

Sabana Norte, Avenida Las Américas. Torres del Parque, 3er piso,100 metros oeste del edificio del ICE, San Jose, Costa Rica Email: info@jcicostarica.com National Website: www.jcicostarica.com

Concurso de Debate JCI San Jose 2011 Metas y Acciones: Dar a conocer la organización a nivel universitario mediante un Concurso de Debate. Resultados: Participaron 7 equipos, debatieron sobre diferentes temas y al final los primeros dos equipos recibieron premios. Además se aprovechó para explicar sobre JCI y el capítulo de San José adquirió varios nuevos miembros.

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JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI San Jose JCI Perez Zeledon

Gabriel Gutierrez Oscar Mario Monge

Concurso de Debate 2011

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JCI CĂ´te dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Ivoire Ĺ&#x2DC; 2011 JCI National President: Olive Brou Angele Kadio Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH French Ĺ&#x2DC; Local Language: French

National Secretariat

01 BP 3714 Abidjan 01, Angle 6, $YHQXH /DPEOLQ 5XH $XJXVWLQ 7HVVLÂŞUHV Abidjan Plateau Tel: +225-20-32-76-86 Email: sg_jcicoteivoire@yahoo.fr Website: www.jci.cc/cotedivoire

Caravane de la paix Objectifs: Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URPRXYRLU OD SDL[ ¢ WUDYHUV les mĂŠdias Ă travers leurs diffĂŠrentes parutions Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QFLWHU OHV SRSXODWLRQ ¢ OD culture de la paix et de la cohĂŠsion sociale en partenariat avec les medias Ĺ&#x2DC; $WWHLQGUH XQH SDUWLFLSDWLRQ

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

Abengourou

Nestor Kossa Nâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;dri

Abidjan

Pascale Zaholy

Abidjan Elite

Kaladji Diabate

Abidjan Ivoire

Ibrahim Coulibaly

Abidjan Lagune

Aristide Yao

Aboisso

Gisèle Toure

Adzope

François Asseke

Agboville

Abass Soro

2011 Project Name

Caravane de la paix

Agnibilekro Bingerville

Eloise Komenan

Bongouanou

Fangaman Toure

Bouafle

Valerie Viviane Veh

Bouake

Jean Claude N'goran

Dabou

Etienne Koffi

Daloa

VĂŠronique Lidahi

Daoukro

AimĂŠ Konan K.

Duekoue

Yaya O. Walehegohi

Conference publique sur le secourisme

Divo Ferke Gagnoa

Tom Williams Bogro

Grand Bassam

Yassonri Toure

Grand Lahou

DieudonnĂŠ Sanou

Issia

Mohamed Ouattara

JCI U Abidjan

HervĂŠ Aka

effective des medias Ĺ&#x2DC; 3HUPHWWUH DX[ PHPEUHV MHXQH FKDPEUH GH SDUWLFLSHU ¢ OD promotion de lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;esprit de paix au sein de la population notamment les mĂŠdias Ĺ&#x2DC; )DLUH OH PDUNHWLQJ GH QRWUH RUJDQLVDWLRQ ¢ WUDYHUV VHV LGÂŤDX[ HW ses principes

JCI U Bouake

Ghislain Dongo

JCI U Daloa

AĂŻssata Traore

JCI U Yamoussoukro

LanzarĂŠ Kouakou

Korhogo

Joseph Yahot

Man

Bakissa Fofana

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Doris Elegbede

Soubre

Al Khalil Sanogo

Yamoussoukro

Joachim Hector Negbele

Don de poubelles Ă la communaute

Don de poubelles Ă la jeunesse

Lakota Don de vivres aux deplaces de guerre

Aide aux deplaces internes transitant Ă Yamoussoukro

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JCI Cyprus Ř 2011 JCI National President: Vikentios Vikentiou Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř Local Language: Greek

National Secretariat

Griva Digeni 38 Ave. and Deligiorgi 3 Nicosia 1509 CYPRUS Website: www.jcicyprus.org

Larnaca in Fashion Goals and Actions Taken: JCI Larnaca has organized the Fashion in Larnaca charity event on 25 November 2011. The event took place in Ermou Square in Larnaca, and famous models and fashion designers from Greece and Cyprus participate in the event. The event was advertised in famous magazines in Cyprus, in television shows and radio as well as in newspapers and in facebook. The JCI logo was broadcast in all the above as well in the day of the event (where over of 1000 people were in the event) with a poster and in monitors displaying the logo as well as with a presentation speech.

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JCI Denmark JCI Danmark

Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Jon Kjaer Nielsen Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ĺ&#x2DC; Local Language: Danish

National Secretariat Hammerensgade 1, DK-1267 Copenhagen K, Denmark Tel: +45-70201840 Email: sekretariat@jci.dk Website: www.jci.dk

Young Business Leader of the Year Award Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; 5HFRJQL]H RXWVWDQGLQJ \RXQJ leaders Ĺ&#x2DC; 0HGLD FRYHUDJH Ĺ&#x2DC; (LJKW ORFDO DZDUG VKRZV FRQGXFWHG DQG D QDWLRQDO Ć&#x201A;QDO DZDUG show on November 17, 2011 Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; *RRG ORFDO PHGLD FRYHUDJH Ĺ&#x2DC;  FDQGLGDWHV HQWHUHG LQ WKH FRPSHWLWLRQ Ĺ&#x2DC; 0RUH WKDQ  SHRSOH SUHVHQW IRU DZDUG VKRZV

Help Us Help Others/Christmas Aid Goals: To provide food packages for the less fortunate at Christmas time. Actions Taken: December 2010 (repeated December 2011): Ten Local Organizations collected food by meeting Christmas shoppers at local supermarkets and introducing them to the project. This continued every weekend in December. Members encouraged them to buy something extra and donate it before leaving the store. Results: Ĺ&#x2DC;  SURMHFW  (XURV ZRUWK RI IRRG ZDV FROOHFWHG DQG donated through partners Ĺ&#x2DC; 5HFLHYHG H[FHOOHQW ORFDO PHGLD FRYHUDJH Ĺ&#x2DC;  HVWLPDWHG UHVXOWV $W OHDVW WKH VDPH DPRXQW LQ HXURV because more Local Organizations are involved Ĺ&#x2DC; )HDWXUHG RQ WKH HYHQLQJ QHZV QDWLRQDO 79 DQG UHFHLYHG extensive coverage in local media

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JCI Denmark Continued

JCI Going Green Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC;0DVVLYHH[SRVXUHRI-&,WRRXUWDUJHWJURXS Ĺ&#x2DC;0HPEHUVWRDVVLVWDWDVXPPHUFLUFXVĹ&#x201C;&LUFXV6XPPDUXPĹ&#x201D;DQ event for children and promote JCI at outdoor concerts Results: Ĺ&#x2DC;SHRSOHLQWURGXFHGWR-&,DWĆ&#x201A;YHRXWGRRUFRQFHUWV Ĺ&#x2DC;VKLIWV DSSUR[LPDWHO\KRXUV FRYHUHGE\-&,PHPEHUVDV staff, at Circus Summarum Ĺ&#x2DC;:RQDQDZDUGIRU%HVW353URMHFWVDWWKH-&,(XURSHDQ Conference in Tarragona

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JCI Local Organization 2011 Local President 2011 Project Name JCI 8000 Aarhus JCI Aabenraa

Mads Erichsen Kathrine Wolff-Larsen

JCI Aalborg JCI Aalborghus JCI Arosia JCI Billund JCI Broenderslev JCI Copenhagen International JCI Djursland JCI Esbjerg JCI Fredericia

Tine Bjørka Kim Christensen Betina Vinter Pedersen Rikke Nielsen Peter Olesen Sven SchÜbel Jesper Falk Hansen Marianne Astrup Morten Cederberg

JCI Guldborgsund JCI Haderslev JCI Herning JCI Hjørring JCI Holbaek

Morten Olsen Torsten Olsson Henrik Jespersen Richard Thomsen Ebbe Dalgaard Nielsen

JCI Holstebro JCI Horsens

Pia Hamann Alex Lyng Vestergaard

JCI Ikast JCI Kolding JCI København JCI Leadership Aarhus JCI Lolland JCI Mariagerfjord JCI Marselis JCI Mors JCI NÌstved JCI Odense

Gitte Petersen Tommy Pedersen Mette Krebsen Anders H. Kristensen Winnie Czajkowski Morten Grundorf Jesper Lund Larsen Bjarne Høgh Kasper Bork Andersen Eva Hye LangkjÌr

JCI Randers JCI Ribe JCI Sct. Knud JCI Silkeborg

Devid Varonic Rasmus Nygaard Jørgensen Bo Kristensen Uffe Karlsen

JCI Skanderborg JCI Skive JCI Slagelse JCI Svendborg JCI SĂŚby Sønderborg JCI Thisted JCI Tønder JCI Vejen JCI Vejle JCI Viborg JCI Vordingborg JCI Wonderful Copenhagen JCI Ă&#x2DC;restad JCI Roskilde JCI Brønshøj

Kent Porup Martin Viberg Ă&#x2DC;stergaard Martin Bonke Seigan Tue Hauptmann Kim BĂŚk Per Langenberg Rasmus Korsgaard Dorte Noer Svend Kiel Kristensen Camilla Olesgaard Martin Hvidberg Jens Gribel Maria Stoffer Michala Mulvad-Thiim Klaus Jyngst Jan Bryde Hansen

Helping families with food and toys at Christmas Help to the physically abused Save a life with a pin (Nothing But Nets) Young Leader of the Year Award Selling the JCI Wine for charity Young Leader of the Year Award Nothing But Nets Marathon run Children's run for charity Helping families with food and toys at Christmas (Just like we did´t last year) Young Leader of the Year Award Childrens colouring book Local Theater Young Leader of the Year Award Vacation of kids of the city (20 families sent on vacation) National Conference MentornetHorsens â&#x20AC;&#x201C; mentoring for young immigrants MentorMatchMentee MentorMatchMentee Advisory Board for small businesses None Help us help others (food for christmas) Business Leader of the Year Spring Confernece 2012 International Multitwinning and 50 years Anniversary. Help us help others (food for christmas) Duck Race for Charity Young Leader of the Year Award â&#x20AC;&#x153;When lightning strikesâ&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x201C; charity for support groups of cancer victims. None Selling the JCI Beer for Charity Brain Synergi - JCI consulting Annual sailing event Selling beer for charity Lottery â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Fight against cancer Go4It Help us help others (food for christmas) Meet the politicians Debating with businesses Cooking with the homeless Canser-run 2012 Debating with politicians


JCI Dominican Republic JCI República Dominicana

Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Marisol Fermin Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH Spanish Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH Spanish and English

National Secretariat

Edificio Playa Royal, Suite 311 Av. Máximo Gómez esq. José Contreras, Santo Domingo, Republica Dominicana DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Tel: +1-809-616-0725 Email: jci.repdom@gmail.com Website: www.jci.cc/dominicana

Charla AIEPI OPS Metas y Acciones Tomadas: Ř )RPHQWDU OD FDSDFLWDFLµQ Ř &RQFLHQ]DU D ODV FRPXQLGDGHV GH OD LPSRUWDQFLD GH OD UHGXFFLRQ de la mortalidad infantil Resultados: Una participación en las comunidades rurales de mas de 300 mujeres y lideres comunitarios que replicaran en sus comunidades lo aprendido Además firmamos un Convenio de colaboración con la multinacional Kimberly Clark, y sus pañales desechables Huggies que serán entregados a las madres embarazadas en cada charla que realicemos. Se estrecharon los lazos con OPS y el Ministerio de Salud Pública de Republica Dominicana, participamos en tres seminarios de dias completos realizados por estas instituciones y dentro de nuestras actividades nacionales, en la Primera Junta Directiva y Encuentro Regional Facilitadores de Santo Domingo, tuvimos charlas sobre El Cólera y actualización sobre las capacitaciones sobre disminución mortalidad infantil y lactancia materna.

Curso Taller OMOIYARI Metas y Acciones Tomadas: Ř )RPHQWDU HO HQWHQGLPLHQWR PXWXR Ř )RPHQWDU OD FDUUHUD GH ORV IDFLOLWDGRUHV Ř (O WUDEDMR HQ HTXLSR Resultados: Ř 0D\RU FRODERUDFLµQ GHO HTXLSR GH OD -XQWD 'LUHFWLYD Ř 8QD PD\RU LQWHJUDFLµQ D ODV DFWLYLGDGHV QDFLRQDOHV Ř 8Q PD\RU FRPSURPLVR GH ORV PLHPEURV JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Jaycees 72

Lady Bonilla

Premio Joven Sobresaliente

JCI Femenina

Raquel Grajales

Charla AIEPI y organizació Convención Nacional Hard Rock Hotel

JCI 80

Yohenmy Martínez

Proyecto de Liderazgo y Desarrollo Individual miembros

JCI Santiago

Nora Colón

Concurso Universitario de Oratoria

JCI Puerto Plata

Rosa Elena Puntiel

Premiación Alumnos Sobresalientes

JCI La Vega Real

David Prats

OL en recuperación

JCI Moca 84

Rafael Jiménez

Proyecto Recaudación de Fondos Excursión Los 28 Charcos Damajagua, lugar turistico en Rep. Dom.

JCI Santo Domingo Oriental

Nathalie Gómez

Organización Escuela Regional Metro Sur de Capacitación Charla: “Uso de las redes electrónicas para generar valores y posicionar la marca JCI, por el reconocido especialista en tecnología en Rep. Dom., el Ing. Milton Morrison

JCI La Vega 94

Ledwin Castro

OL en recuperación

JCI San Cristóbal

Jeni Brito

Charlas varias sobre Ganar-Ganar, Como ganar un debate, Concurso de Oratoria, y organizadores de la II Junta Directiva Nacional, donde impartimos el curso OMOIYARI por primera vez en Rep. Dom., y la Charla La excelencia Personal

JCI Villa de las Hortensias

Angelina González

Charlas AIEPI, Medio Ambiente y organizaron la Primera Junta Directiva Nacional, donde impartimos el seminario sobre Multitasking por el reconocido instructor Sr. César Cordero de la empresa multinacional Promoting

JCI Serie 56

Lucy Santos

por la facilitadora JCI y reconocida instructora Le del Carmen Durán de JCI Santiago

JCI UASD

Doris Florencio

OL en recuperación

JCI Romanse

Sonia Jáquez

Charla Las 4 Claves para triunfar, impartida en la Universidad Central del Este, con una amplia participación de egresados de esta prestigiosa universidad dominicana, un total de 200 personas asistieron al evento.

JCI Higuey

Triana Portes

OL desafiliada

JCI Unibe

Daniel Matsunaga

Concurso de Oratoria universitario

Foro de Liderazgo: la Creatividad en las Empresas Metas y Acciones Tomadas: Ř )RPHQWDU OD FUHDWLYLGDG Ř 'HVDUUROODU HO OLGHUD]JR Ř *HQHUDU XQD GLVFXVLµQ VDQD \ DELHUWD VREUH FRPR PHMRUDU HO enfoque creativo. Resultados: Un nuevo aprendizaje por la experiencia compartida de expertos en el tema de cómo desarrollan sus proyectos en sus empresas. Como la creatividad nos permite generar resultados óptimos de forma más simple Generación de ideas para desarrollar nuevos proyectos JCI. Implementación de la creatividad en las actividades JCI.

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JCI Dutch Caribbean Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Candice MĂŠlanie Henriquez Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ĺ&#x2DC;/RFDO/DQJXDJH Dutch, Papiamentu, English and Spanish

National Secretariat

Oude Caracasbaaiweg 88, Willemstad, Curaçao Website: www.jci.cc/dutchcaribbean

was also responsible for marketing and public relations. Articles and games were placed in newspaper Extra every Saturday in March and the last week of February. The development of the essay assignment for secondary schools was executed by strong cooperation between two committee members, including the primary school teacher, consultation of the Government Entity regarding Education and the help of an author and translator. Schools were approached to give their support to the project, especially the essay contest. Information on the project was disseminated though various channels: flyers, Facebook, interviews and ads on the radio and TV. A seminar on water conservation was held on a Saturday for the general public at the Public Library. The submitted essays were judged by three carefully selected judges based on criteria determined in advance. Winners were selected and awarded. Scounting Antiano was approached in order to get their participation in a water activity day at the beach. Results: A total of approximately 159 children were motivated to deal consciously with water through four informative articles and games published in the newspaper Extra. An excellent seminar on how to save water was held in the auditorium of the public library to a relatively large audience with experts and speakers from the following entities/companies on the following subjects:

Festival di Awa 2011 / Water Festival 2011 Goals: Ĺ&#x2DC; 7R HGXFDWH \RXQJVWHUV RQ WKH LPSRUWDQFH RI ZDWHU FRQVHUYDWLRQ Ĺ&#x2DC; 3OD\IXOO\ WHDFK WKHP KRZ WR PDQDJH ZDWHU Ĺ&#x2DC; 7R HQVXUH HQYLURQPHQWDO VXVWDLQDELOLW\ 0'* 

Actions Taken: To reach the target group several activities were organized. First, newspaper Extra was approached to offer us one full page in the â&#x20AC;&#x153;kids sectionâ&#x20AC;&#x153; of the newspaper every Saturday of March in order to publish articles and games for six to eleven year-old children on the importance of water conservation. We sought out sponsors for the project including the seminar and prizes we offered to the participants in the newspaper articles, games and the essay contest. The content for the articles and games were developed by one of the committee members who also happens to be a primary school teacher. The design of the layout was beautifully done by another talented committee member, who 56

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Ĺ&#x2DC; $TXDOHFWUD ZDWHU DQG HQHUJ\ SURGXFLQJ DQG GLVWULEXWLQJ company) on how to use water efficiently Ĺ&#x2DC; /99 JRYHUQPHQW HQWLW\ UHJDUGLQJ DJULFXOWXUH FDWWOHEUHHGLQJ DQG fishery) on conservation of rain water Ĺ&#x2DC; '2: JRYHUQPHQW HQWLW\ UHJDUGLQJ SXEOLF ZRUNV RQ WKH PDNLQJ and usage of effluent water Ĺ&#x2DC; &DULEEHDQ (QHUJ\ 6ROXWLRQ &DUHQVRO RQ KRZ WR XVH GULQNLQJ DQG rain water efficiently There were three winning essays based on the water conservation subject. JCI IOBA Curacao got the attention of the general public on the water subject given through an extensive public relations and marketing campaign. The campaign comprised of continuous published articles and games in newspaper Extra, coverage of events/activities related to the project through press releases in several newspapers, interviews on the radio and TV, ads on the radio and especially the advertisement on the local TV station related to World Water Day and a full page article including the winning essay in newspaper Extra. Finally JCI IOBA Curacao also offered the opportunity to 30 enthusiastic scouts from two separate groups to work on their team spirit competing in particularly instructive water games at the beach.


JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Willemstad

Shaneida Alcendor

Hosting JCI Conference of the Americas 2011 (in close cooperation with other Local Organizations in Curaรงao)

JCI IOBA Curacao

Evaristo Gerard

The Creative Young Entrepreneur Award 2011

JCI Aruba

Roslyn Croes

JCI Aruba Empowerment Seminars

JCI Curacao Wayaca

Josine Brands - Dorand

Project Effective Educator Of PreSchool

JCI Universities of Curacao

Jo-Anne Krips

Hosting JCI Dutch Caribbean Mid Year Meeting 2011

JCI Sint Maarten

Lionel Lawrence

JCI Sint Maarten Speech Contest 2011

JCI Bonaire

Leroy Sedney

Local Organizations was practically inactive

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JCI Ecuador Ř 2011 JCI National President: Martha Cabezas Montes Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH Spanish Ř Local Language: Spanish

National Secretariat

Juan Barrezueta N70-43 y Moises Luna Andrade, Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador ECUADOR Tel: +593-84611429 Website: www.jciecuador.org

Cuidemos nuestras Playas Metas y Acciones Tomadas: Evitar que las playas se ensucien y distribución de fundas reciclables antidegradables las cuales impulsan el cuidado del medio ambiente, fundas que fueron patrocinadas por la empresa privada y distribuidas en la zona costera de la Provincia del Guayas.

Book Bus Metas y Acciones Tomadas: En una zona marginal de la capital de Quito realizar lectura interactiva en un bus proporcionado por la Fundación Vive Ecuador, con el fin de desarrollar hábitos de lectura ecuatoriana de los niños del sector indicado y donación de libros para la creación de biblioteca que no cuenta los niños. Resultados: Este proyecto se lo realizo desde el mes de enero a julio todos los primeros sábado del mes el cual empezara nuevamente en octubre debido a las epoca de vacaciones en la ciudad capital. Adicionalmente ya se cuenta con la biblioteca en el sector del sur de Quito donde los miembros de JCI realizaron las donaciones de los libros que cuenta con proyecto de reciclaje y formar parte del Pacto Global de la ONU.

Este proyecto está siendo impulsado en la segunda fase para en la Provincia de Manabi. Resultados: En su primera fase los resultados han sido que el Municipio de Playas se enfoque a tener un buen cuidado de las Playas con capacitaciones a la comunidad por la iniciativa de JCI la cual ha brindado ademas brigadas medicas y prevención de enfermades por el descuido en la limpueza de las playas. Adicionalmente alianzas con la empresa privada como la cía DOS que cuenta con proyecto de reciclaje y formar parte del Pacto Global de las NNUU.

Fundación Ponte mi Piel Metas y Acciones Tomadas: Con los niños y jóvenes de la Fundación Ponte mi Piel cada mes se elaboran talleres de creatividad y de liderazgo ya que son personas que no se encuentran insertadas en la sociedad por sus problemas en la piel, sin embargo estos jóvenes han desarrolladas habilidades y destrezas que han hecho crecer su autoestima y se sienten ya capaces de instruir a niños y jóvenes que se encuentran con enfermedades en la piel. Resultados: Niños y jóvenes que han desarrollado diversas destrezas y habilidades y cambios en su comportamiento saben que son útil para su sociedad y que tambien quiere colaborar enseñando con lo que han aprendido a otros jóvenes que se encuentran en la misma situación de ellos. 58

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JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Ambato

Pablo Moreno

Escuela de Liderazgo Comunitario con Alianza con la Camara de Comercio

JCI Cuenca

Hernan Guerrero

Proyecto Chocolateria con la Comunidades Indigenas

JCI Chone

Juan Pita

Proyecto de Reciclajes con el Municipio de Chone

JCI Guayaquil

Christian Lopez

Cuida tus Playas en la Provincia del Guayas

JCI Azogues

Valeria Velez

Proyecto de Culturizacion de Temas Ambientales

JCI Vinces

Victor Cerezo

Proyecto de Reciclaje Tecnologico

JCI Quito

Kevin Delgado

Proyecto de Seminarios de Compras Publicas (Continuos)

JCI Quito Metropolitano

Luz Maria Lara

Proyectos con Fundaciòn ponte mi Piel y Prevenciòn del SIDA

JCI Urdesa

Carlos Macias

Proyecto de Brigadas Medicas

JCI Portoviejo

Boris Bermudez

Proyectos de Internacionalismo

JCI Riobamba

Lenin Baños

JCI Quevedo

Monica Peñafiel

Escuela de Protocolo y Etiqueta con Colegio de Señoritas Quevedo


JCI Estonia

MTĂ&#x153; JCI Estonia

Ĺ&#x2DC; 2011 JCI National President: Anneli Ohvril Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ĺ&#x2DC; Local Language: Estonian

National Secretariat

Ahtri 10A, Box 59 10151 Tallinn, Estonia Tel: +372-5297557 Email: jciestonia@jci.ee Website: www.jci.ee

BeWiseâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;For Better Education Goals and Actions Taken: In 2010, JCI Tallinn launched the educational project BeWise in order to improve higher education in Estonia. The aim of the project is to add value to University studies in Estonia. This is a volunteer project, where the BeWise project team takes guest speakers (mainly JCI members) to lectures at Universities. The students have opportunity to obtain practical knowledge through seminars and lectures. The project will address several problems simultaneously: to increase studentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; practical knowledge and skills, particularly in the field of entrepreneurship, to reduce fears in business start-ups and contribute to making university education more practical. Six Universities are involved. Currently there are one to two lectures in different Universities every week. More info: http://bewise.jcitallinn.ee Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; :LWKLQ  \HDUV DOUHDG\  OHFWXUHV KDYH EHHQ JLYHQ DOWRJHWKHU WR around 1000 students Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URPRWLRQ DQG SXEOLF UHODWLRQV WR -&, VLJQV DW VFKRRO SXEOLF relations articles in newspaper, events in Facebook etc) Ĺ&#x2DC; *LYHV -&, PHPEHUV WKH RSSRUWXQLW\ WR SUDFWLFH OHFWXUHV FXUUHQWO\ 50 members involved) Ĺ&#x2DC; 1HZ SDUWQHUV HJ (QWHUSULVH (VWRQLD GHFLGHG WR VXSSRUW WKH project, also KPMG and courier DPD are sponsors of the project) Ĺ&#x2DC; 1HZ PHPEHUV /RWV RI SHRSOH DUH DVNLQJ DERXW -&, DQG KRZ to join)

One Hat Goals and Actions Taken: Create the future according to your will. This project is for high school students. A project named â&#x20AC;&#x153;One Hatâ&#x20AC;? has been launched by the JCI Go Chamber to increase awareness about waste disposal. The target group for this project consists of children aged 5-to-10-years-old, and the main objective of the project is to increase the awareness of environmental and waste problems. In addition, the main goal of the project is to bring together already existing and known environmental mascots who so far have worked alone and put them to work towards a common goal. During the project, a playful puppet show â&#x20AC;&#x153;Waste-Wolf and Super-Rabbitâ&#x20AC;? was created for children and a DVD with different educational materials for teachers, who can use these materials during lessons, were produced for all schools in Estonia. There was a brainstorming with all environmental specialists of Estonia followed with wide media and a public relation campaign. Results: The puppet-play â&#x20AC;&#x153;Waste-wolf and the Super-rabbitâ&#x20AC;? was played in 50 different places all over Estonia for about 6,000 children. DVD`s with the play and other useful materials for the teacher s were put together and sent out to all schools and kindergardens in Estonia. The media campaign in TV, radio, print and internet reached more WKDQ  RI WKH (VWRQLDQ SRSXODWLRQ

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Value the Future! Goals and Actions Taken: Create the future according to your will. This is a project for high school students. What are the presumptions enabling young people to become entrepreneurs? One of the most important prerequisites is goaloriented thinking. Three Local Organizations of JCI Estonia (JCI Tartu, JCI Toomemäe and JCI Haapsalu) initiated the project “Value the Future!” with the aim of introducing goal and future-oriented thinking into the high-school system; This would help develop active, creative, initiative, decisive and responsible youth. The core of this project is an interactive seminar-workshop “Value the Future! Create the future according to your will”, where members of JCI create the environment for creativity and fantasizing for for high school students (10-12 grades), while learning the art of goal-setting and joint reflections on future decisions. Results: In the pilot phase during spring semesters of 2011, seminar workshops were carried out by members of three Local Organizations in seven schools for 370 students in Tartu county. During the extended phase in the fall semesters of 2011, seminars will be implemented in more than 20 schools for more than 800 high school students in five counties of Estonia by five JCI Local Organizations.

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JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI E-Koda

Tiina Noot

Symposium in Muhu

JCI GO Koda

Kristjan Täht

Killerbag!

JCI Rapla

Egon Eiche

Night

JCI Paide

Meelis Lieberg

Paide Rally

JCI Rakvere

Taimo Kaldma

Rat Race

JCI Tartu

Age Laine

Value the Future

2011 JCI Annual Report


JCI Finland Suomen Nuorkauppakamarit Ry

Ĺ&#x2DC; 2011 JCI National President: Mika Tuomainen Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ĺ&#x2DC; Local Language: Finnish and Swedish

National Secretariat

Junior Chamber Finland, P.O. Box 1049, 00101 Helsinki, Finland Tel: +358-44-777-0066 Email: md@jci.fi Website: www.jci.fi

Entrepreneur Successor program Goals and Actions Taken: Nationwide project to find successors for small companies and help successors prepare for a strong start. This is essential to WKH QDWLRQĹ&#x2018;V IXWXUH EHFDXVH PRUH WKDQ  RI MREV DUH LQ VPDOO companies. JCI Finland is coordinating the project in cooperation with five other partners. Results: As a starting year, the first set of activities were completed and the project is well its way. The first actual results were achieved. The project has generated a lot of outside interest for itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s unique execution.

Productive Idea Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; 1DWLRQZLGH SURMHFW WR ERRVW XS HFRQRP\ LGHDV WKDW ZRUN LQWR creating more jobs and advancement in the economy Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH 3URWHFWRU RI WKH SURMHFW ZDV (VNR $KR %RDUG 0HPEHU RI Nokia Results: Nationwide coverage reached a record high of competition entries and spotlight in boosting essential businesses to advance the society and economy.

JCI Week Goals and Actions Taken: JCI Week is a nationwide week to emphasize JCI activities in Finland, encourage active citizenship and self-contribution to society. Results: Almost 100 different JCI activities during one week all around Finland. Record high coverage on media and a lot of spotlight and interest toward JCI.

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2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Akaa

Pauliina Rapakko

Productive Idea

JCI Riihimäki

Kari Ingalsuo

Productive Idea

JCI Aurajoki

Kim Wallenius

Productive Idea

JCI Rovaniemi

Miikka Teppo

Productive Idea

JCI Auranmaa

Pauliina Ratia

Productive Idea

JCI Salo

Henna Kaariluoto

Productive Idea

JCI Espoo

Heidi Hyttinen

Productive Idea

JCI Savonlinnan seutu

Tanja Honkonen

Productive Idea

JCI Forssa

Hanna Hutka-Ojanen

Productive Idea

JCI Seinäjoen seutu

Johanna Aho

Productive Idea

JCI Hamina

Heli Kärki

Productive Idea

JCI Siilinjärvi

Esa Roponen

Productive Idea

JCI Havis Amanda

Heidi Toivola

Productive Idea

JCI Suupohja

Hanne Vuorenmaa

Productive Idea

JCI Heinola

Minna Pirkola

Productive Idea

JCI Tammerkoski

Jarno Hovi

Productive Idea

JCI Helsinki

Johanna Niemistö

Productive Idea

JCI Tampere

Ville Keskinen

Productive Idea

JCI Helsinki-Itäväylä

Johanna Valta

Productive Idea

JCI Teljä

Juha Mattila

Productive Idea

JCI Hämeenlinna

Juhana Peltomaa

Productive Idea

JCI Tuhannet järvet

Johanna Sihvonen

Productive Idea

JCI Imatra

Liisa Marsio

Productive Idea

JCI Turku

Mikko Pirilä

Productive Idea

JCI Pietarsaarenseutu

Caroline Hansell

Productive Idea

JCI Tuusula

Timo Ojanen

Productive Idea

JCI Cosmopolis

Jason Wright

Productive Idea

JCI Vaasa

Hannele Yliaho

Productive Idea

JCI Mariehamn

Calle Mörn

Productive Idea

JCI Vakka-Suomi

Productive Idea

JCI Joensuu

Sami Timonen

Productive Idea

Yvonne Urban-Kumpulainen

JCI Jyväskylä

Mikko Oksanen

Productive Idea

JCI Valkeakoski

Juha Väistö

Productive Idea

JCI Järvenpää

Jarno Kanninen

Productive Idea

JCI Vammala

Mika Valtonen

Productive Idea

JCI Kaarina

Kaisa Rantala

Productive Idea

JCI Vantaa

Taru Huokuniemi

Productive Idea

JCI Kajaani

Mikko Kalermo

Productive Idea

JCI Vihti

Jani Närhi

Productive Idea

JCI Kalajokilaakso

Anne Savukoski

Productive Idea

JCI Warkaus

Teija Skyttä

Productive Idea

JCI Kankaanpää

Joonas Mäki

Productive Idea

JCI Ylä-Savo

Seija Komulainen

Productive Idea

JCI Keski-Uusimaa

Petteri Pajari

Productive Idea

JCI Keskuspuisto

Mira Pakarinen

Productive Idea

JCI Keurusseutu

Jani Teppo

Productive Idea

JCI Kitee

Hannu Putkuri

Productive Idea

JCI Kokkola

Anssi Leppänen

Productive Idea

JCI Kotka

Kirsi Hovikorpi

Productive Idea

JCI Kouvola

Riku Mikkonen

Productive Idea

JCI Kuopio

Marko Kiema

Productive Idea

JCI Kuusamo

Mari Isojärvi

Productive Idea

JCI Lahti

Merja Wallenius

Productive Idea

JCI Lappeenranta

Harri Skopa

Productive Idea

JCI Lohja

Irene Lamberg

Productive Idea

JCI Loimaan seutu

Teemu Raikkonen

Productive Idea

JCI Luoteinen KeskiSuomi

Hanna ƒijänen

Productive Idea

JCI Meri-Lappi

Jaana Kupiainen

Productive Idea

JCI Mikkeli

Ulla Torniainen

Productive Idea

JCI Muuramen seutu

Kimmo Pitkänen

Productive Idea

JCI Mäntsälä

Mikael Salo

Productive Idea

JCI Oulaisten seutu

Sonja Kukkola

Productive Idea

JCI Oulu

Auli Kangas

Productive Idea

JCI Oulun Tervaporvarit

Janne Väyrynen

Productive Idea

JCI Pieksämäki

Jörg Hansmann

Productive Idea

JCI Pirkanmaa

Jenni Ahlstedt

Productive Idea

JCI Pori

Jussi Korpela

Productive Idea

JCI Porvoo

Tea Valjakka

Productive Idea

JCI Raahe

Sakari Pahkala

Productive Idea

JCI Raisio-Naantali

Mika Laiho

Productive Idea

JCI Raseborg

Kim Rajalin

Productive Idea

JCI Rauma

Sami Junnila

Productive Idea

2011 JCI Annual Report


JCI France

Jeune Chambre Economique Française â&#x20AC;&#x201C; JCEF

Ĺ&#x2DC; 2011 JCI National President: Guilliaume Frei Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH French Ĺ&#x2DC; Local Language: French

National Secretariat

9-11 Rue Alasseur 75015 Paris, France Tel: +33-(0)15-358-5250 Email : jcef@jcef.asso.fr Site web: www.jcef.fr

JCI Nothing But Nets Objectifs et Actions menĂŠes: DĂŠveloppement dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;actions de collecte de fonds par les Organisations Locales suivantes: Autun Château Gontier Ă&#x201A; Epernay La Rochelle Laon Montpellier Paris Paris Diversite Pointe a Pitre Pays Nicois Paris RĂŠsultats: Ĺ&#x2DC; 0LQLPXP GH Ĺ&#x17E;  FROOHFWÂŤ Ĺ&#x2DC; )RUWH VHQVLELOLVDWLRQ GHV FLWR\HQV

Pacte Mondial Objectifs et Actions menĂŠes: Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QWÂŤJUDWLRQ DX UDSSRUW GĹ&#x2018;DFWLYLWÂŤ  -&()  GLIIXVÂŤ DXSUÂŞV GH   6,000 personnes Ĺ&#x2DC; 0HQWLRQ GDQV OH PDJDVLQH /Ĺ&#x2018;$YHQLUĹ?LQIRUPDWLRQ GH OD -&()  distribuĂŠ Ă 6000 exemplaires. Cible: Gouvernementâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Chambres de Commerces RĂŠsultats: Ĺ&#x2DC; $GKÂŤVLRQ GH OD -&() GHSXLV DR½W  Ĺ&#x2DC; 'ÂŤYHORSSHPHQW HQ 

OMOIYARI Objectifs et Actions menĂŠes: DĂŠveloppement de session lors des rencontres nationales RĂŠsultats: Ĺ&#x2DC; )ÂŤYULHU  SUÂŤVHQWDWLRQ DX[  3UÂŤVLGHQWV GH -&, )UDQFH Ĺ&#x2DC; -XLQ  VHVVLRQ 202,<$5, ORUV GH OD &RQYHQWLRQ 1DWLRQDOH SDU Toshiharu Shimizu Ĺ&#x2DC; 2FWREUH  VHVVLRQ DXSUÂŞV GH  2UJDQLVDWLRQV /RFDOHV SDU Toshiharu Shimizu

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JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

Amiens Angers Angouleme-Cognac Annecy Antenne de Rochefort

Jean Charles Francois Romian Buche Christophe Rondinaud Marc Metzieger Pascal Robin

Antiibes-Sophia Antipolis Ardenne Arras Autun Auxerre Avignon Bagnols Sur Ceze et Sa Region Beauvais Bergerac Blois Bordeaux Boulogne Cote Opale Bourg en Bresse Brignoles en Provence Caen Chalons en Champagne Chartres

Ines Ganmavo Elvis Kwassi David Malbranque Audrey Jannin Daniel Ivasse Armand Cointin Delphine Pontaud-Lautie David Ribeiro de Frei Nelly Rodriguez Philippe Benito Juliette Porto Nathalie Betourne Lionel Sciarrino Jean Francois Peisselon Christine Muller Yann Dubois Aymeric Nicholas

Chateau Gontier Chateaubriand

Anthony Madiot Philippe Besnier

Choletais (DU) Colmar Compiegne

Alexandre Beaumier Sylvie Alves Rodrigues Bruno Dufour

Dijon Epernay Français de Pekin Grand Sud de la Reunion Haguenau Haute Mayenne Hauts de Seine La Rochelle Laon Laval Limoges Lorient Lyon Macon Marseille

Christophe Tarragon Marie Puginier Alexandre Levy Mounir Nafajaly Julien Antoine Xavier Bellon Lise Diane Aissi Sigrid Longeau Herve Chatelain Emmanueal Gilet Charles Etienne Bourget Stephanie Daniel Stephane Arakelian Sylvie Chevrier Latetitia Lasagesse

PDDthlon 49 Produits Made in Mayenne DDthlon Ecofiction Rochefort Voyage dans le temps (BD) DDthlon Rencontre de la RSE Forum-Alternance Made in Autun Encuentro Reigional 2011 Radeaux Folies Festi’vert DDthlon Tresor des Bellovaques Cyrano Fete ses Vins Collec’tel Soiree Economique Tous a L’eau Pour le Togo Animation Centre Ville ACTE ACTE Journee de L’Accessibilite Prevention des Risques Domestiques Carnaval 3eme Olympiades Inter Entreprises Booster Restos du Coeurs de Colmars Mise en Place de 10 Defibrillateures Automatises Adoption TJK Commission Rouge DDthlon Animation Centre Ville Pocket Haute Mayenne Forum Economique Francophone Key For Job Saut a L’Elastique La Place de la Femme Decouvrons la Haute Vienne Acces a la Culture Ecole de L’Entreprenariat Des Arbes Pour Demain Women in European Mediterranean Economy

2011 JCI Annual Report

JCI Local Organization Martinique Menton Metz Millau Montargis Montebard Nantes

2011 Local President Gilles Joseph Alexandre Mikale Mandart Agnes Decreux Coraline Cauvy Mickael Theirry Aurelie Garraut Thierry Perrigault

Nice Nimes Niort Orleans Oyonnax Paris Pays Bisque Pays D’Aix Pays de Brest Pays de L’Aisne Pays Nicois Pointe A Pitre Poitiers

Stephane Antonelli Valerie Dromard Celine Serrandour David Albaret Audrey Goux Pierre Renucci Frederique Vincent Caroline Derot Sophie Salmon Blandine Moreau Cecile Hallier Erika Deliver Alexis Chalufour

Quimper Reims

Laurence Lehagre Emmanuel Dhenin

Rennes Reze Romans Saint Brieuc Saint Louis Saintes Salon de Provence Seine et Marne Sens Sete Strasbourg Tarbes Tolouse

Sophie Ripoteau Benjamin Balloche Anne Claire Mourier Sabrina le Marchand Arnal Keiflein Houdaf Vincent Soccodato Jean Philippe Faresse Caroline Bapt Christophe Jeambrun Julie Bel Rachel Lanz Nathalie Enjalbert Eirc Madier

Tours Valence Valenciennes Vannes Cecile Drouay Versailles Vichy Villefranche en Beaujoilais

Florence Benoit Laetitia Gilardo Proust Cyril Muchembled Key For Job Julie Mommessin Anne Sophie Ravanche Olivier Broaly

2011 Project Name Petits Dejeuner D’Affaires Key For Job ACTE JJ'ISOL'OU Patrim’eco Tresor de Livres 44 Produits Made in Loire Atlantique Cocktail Debats Challenge Inter-Entreprise Train de la Formation Orle’Art Salon des Vins Key For Job Z’Animaux Audit de la Cite Code de la Route Securite Routiere Angad Craise d’Azur DDthlon Sensibilitation a la Properte des Rues TJK Reims a L’international ABC Oenotourisme Be Aware Tour Le Salon du Reve Derby de Jacquemart Griffont’art Acte Economobile Project Eole Expo Aeronautique DDthlon Batir Sens En Debat Les Medusiales Rallye Regional Handicap ou Pas Cap Les Insolites de Midi-Py: Art and Saveurs Vis Mon Job Marche Saveurs et Terroirs Docteur Doudous Jeu de Cons Acte DDthlon TJK


JCI Germany Wirtschaftsjunioren Deutschland

Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Tobias Schuhmacher Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH German

National Secretariat

Breite Str. 29, 10178 Berlin, Germany Tel: +49-30-203051518 Email: wjd@wjd.de Website: www.wjd.de

Business Knowledge Competition Goals and Actions Taken: JCI Germany organizes a business knowledge quiz in which approximately 50,000 German ninth grade school students compete against each other. Results: The students get interested in business knowledge much earlier than usual and they get a realistic image of entrepreneurship.

Know-how-Transfer Goals and Actions Taken: JCI Germany organizes exchanges between industry and politics with short-term internships at federal and state parliaments. Our members get a hands-on experience in politics, in return politicians can experience industry first hand. Results: The federal Know-How Transfer took place for the 17th time in 2011, about 200 JCI members exchanged their ideas with 200 members of the German Parliament. Throughout the year, many Local Organizations also organized Know-How Transfers within their region. JCI Germany is well known in the Parliaments and we often get the chance to exchange ideas even beyond the Know-How Transfer.

Education Ace Goals and Actions Taken: JCI Germany awards prizes to businesses and campaigns for exemplary commitment in the field of vocational training. Results: The businesses and campaigns and their commitment are shared with the public to be used as good examples. With this project, JCI Germany helps trainees to get better vocational training and education.

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JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

JCI Altenburger Land

Yvonne Bachran

JCI Frankfurt am Main

Peter Wahl

JCI Altmark

Frank Platte

JCI Freiberg

Lars Müller

JCI Altötting

Markus Unterstein

JCI Freiburg

Maria Stiebler

JCI Amberg-Sulzbach

Wilfried Pieper

JCI Freising

Christian Giersdorff

JCI Ammer-Lech

Caroline Häckl

JCI Freyung-Grafenau

Armin Müller

JCI Annaberg-Erzgebirge

Claudia Kraatz

JCI Fulda

Markus Schmitt

JCI Ansbach

Jörg Jeschke

JCI Fürth

Alexandra Beer-Scharwächter

JCI Arnsberg, Hellweg-Sauerland

Stefan Rosenthal

JCI Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Matthias Brandelik

JCI Aschaffenburg

Oliver Markert

JCI Gera

Marcus Schiwietz

JCI Augsburg

Jens Hermanski

JCI Gießen-Vogelsberg

Pamela Schlehuber

JCI Bad Kissingen

Katja Romeis

JCI Gifhorn-Wolfburg

Aline Henke

JCI Bad Kreuznach

Holger Nitsch

JCI Glauchau

Thomas Braune

JCI Bamberg

Andrea Wörlein

JCI Göppingen

Christian Geiger

JCI Bayreuth

Wolfgang Meyer

JCI Görlitz

Mike Altmann

JCI Berchtesgadener Land

Dagmar Palwitz

JCI Gotha

Holger Kraus

JCI Berlin

Jörg Winner

JCI Göttingen

Tobias Börsch

JCI Biberach an der Riß

Christian Wild

JCI Günzburg

Philipp Wiedemann

JCI Bochum

Philipp Böhme

JCI Gunzenhausen

Alexander Hüttl

JCI Bodensee-Oberschwaben

Mark Joachim

JCI Hagen/ Ennepe-Ruhr

Lars Strodmeyer

JCI Bonn

Tobias Hövelborn

JCI Halle (Saale)

Michael Labuschke

JCI Brandenburg an der Havel

Sabine Prill

JCI Hamburg

Helge Plehn

JCI Braunschweig

Sebastian Scheuvens

JCI Hameln

Kurt-Christen Welk

JCI Bremen

Nils Schulenburg

JCI Hanau-Gelnhausen-Schlüchtern

Constantin van Reimersdahl

JCI Bremerhaven

Felix Huth

JCI Hannover

Andreas Barthel

JCI Burgenlandkreis

Marek Tonndorf

JCI Harz

Eric Mochmann

JCI Cham

Alexander Zollner, Kathrin Althammer

JCI Hassberge

Thomas Grimm

JCI Chemnitz

Claudius Dachsel

JCI Havelland

Andreas Junge

JCI Coburg

Uwe Müller

JCI Hegau - westlicher Bodensee

Eva Krause

JCI Cottbus

Marko Pietsch

JCI Heidelberg

Thorsten Ehrhard

JCI Cuxhaven

Tanja Wulf

JCI Heilbronn-Franken

Cristina Wunderlich

JCI Dachau

Sebastian Stirner

JCI Hersfeld-Rotenburg

Dirk Lorey

JCI Darmstadt

Marco Tarsia

JCI Hildesheim

Marc Mateika

JCI Deggendorf

Philipp Graßl

JCI Hochrhein

Carina Giesewetter

JCI Dessau

Olivier Schieke

JCI Hof

Markus Vogler

JCI Dingolfing-Landau

Robert Steinberger

JCI Holzminden

Tanja Adamski

JCI Dithmarschen

Benjamin Hillmann

JCI Idar-Oberstein

Thorsten Pick

JCI Donau-Ries

Stefan Heppner

JCI Ingolstadt

Markus Amler

JCI Dortmund Kreis Unna Hamm

Markus Isenburg

JCI Iserlohn

Björn Schauerte

JCI Dresden

Daniel Senf

JCI Jena

Katja Zitzmann

JCI Duisburg

Marc Bosserhoff

JCI Kaiserslautern

Ute Stackmann

JCI Düsseldorf

Carsten Schuparra

JCI Karlsruhe

Martina Stoppanski

JCI Ebersberg

Roger Pawellek

JCI Kassel

Sonja Trieschmann

JCI Eichsfeldkreis

Daniel Iffland

JCI Kaufbeuren-Ostallgäu

Susen Knabner

JCI Eichstätt

Carmen Kluge

JCI Kelheim

Bastian Schonowski

JCI Eisenach-Wartburgregion

Enrico Bock

JCI Kempten/ Oberallgäu

Manuel Protzen

JCI Emsland-Grafschaft Bentheim

Jörg Gerdelmann

JCI Kiel

Volker Biesel

JCI Erding

Tobias Bernhard

JCI Kleve

Peter Hermanns

JCI Erlangen

Alexander Starke

JCI Köln

Christiane Henneken

JCI Essen

Tilmann Klug

JCI Konstanz

Timo Schneeweis

JCI Esslingen

Holger Kappel

JCI Krefeld

Tania Cosman

JCI Fichtelgebirge

Saskia Metz

JCI Kronach

Johannes Neder

JCI Flensburg

Marco Jensen

JCI Kulmbach

Toni Yvonne Gaubitz

JCI Forchheim

André Heim, Birgit Waasner

JCI Lahn-Dill

Andreas Lange

JCI Landshut

Florian Hark

2011 JCI Annual Report


JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

JCI Leipzig

Matthias Alber

JCI Pinneberg

Jan-Henrik Fock

JCI Leipzig Land

Nicole Geißler

JCI Plauen-Vogtland

Birgit Vetter

JCI Leverkusen/ Rhein-Berg

Ingo Friederichs

JCI Potsdam

Carlo Wallow

JCI Lichtenfels

Falko Fuhrmann

JCI Regen

Stefan Stoiber

JCI Limburg-Weilburg-Diez

Esther Stehning

JCI Regensburg

Christian Omonsky

JCI Lindau/ Westallgäu

Christina Mume

JCI Remscheid

Constanze Epe

JCI Lippe

Michael Dobbe

JCI Rendsburg

Benjamin Peper

JCI Lübeck

Jörn Benkert

JCI Reutlingen

Wolfgang Enzensberger

JCI Lüdenscheid

Matthias Bittern

JCI Rhein-Ahr

Joseph Keitgen

JCI Ludwigsburg

Sandra Wiedemann

JCI Rhein-Hunsrück

René Dauer

JCI Lüneburger Heide

Michael Bartels

JCI Rhein-Kreis Neuss

Jörg Albert Macht

JCI Magdeburg

Jacqueline Sell

JCI Rhön-Grabfeld

Carl-Christian Bittorf

René Cornea

JCI Rosenheim

Dominik Mertl

Simone Roth

JCI Rostock

Lars Schwarz

Sandra E. Wassermann

JCI Rottal-Inn

Bernhard Stüwe

Michael Sittek

JCI Rupertiwinkel

Susanne Holzapfel

Volker Auracher

JCI Saarbrücken

Eric Bieg

Jan Erik Jonescheit

JCI Schaumburg

Christian Engelke

JCI Marburg

Marcello Camerin

JCI Schleswig

Florian Mackenrodt

JCI Memmingen/ Unterallgäu

Wolfgang Kesselschläger

JCI Schmalkalden-Meiningen

Thomas Weiß

JCI Mittel-Lenne

Melchior Ossenberg -Engels

JCI Schwabach

Stefan E. Förster

JCI Mittelrhein

Andreas Nonnenmacher

JCI Schwandorf

Michael Mändl

JCI Mittelthüringen

Heiko Kupke

JCI Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg

Marius Neininger

JCI Mönchengladbach

Karin von Soest-Schückhaus

JCI Schweinfurt

Christian Störcher

JCI Mühldorf

Sascha Schnürer

JCI Schwerin

Sebastian Bobinski

JCI München

Nadége Grostabussiat

JCI Sieg-Westerwald

Oliver Gromnitza

JCI Neubrandenburg

Stefan Schewe

JCI Solingen

Nicolas Spengler

JCI Neuburg-Donau

Andreas Klier

JCI Stade

Frank Fasold

JCI Neumarkt

Christian Petter

JCI Steinburg

Christian Alberts

JCI Neumünster

Tabea Behrendt

JCI Stralsund

Danny Lieger

JCI Neustadt an der Aisch

Boris Zimmermann

JCI Straubing

Manfred Lermer

JCI Neu-Ulm

Christian Harder

JCI Stuttgart

Maxim Kushnir

JCI Neuwied am Rhein

Nicole Berghaus

JCI Südthüringen

Udo Sturm

JCI Niederberg

Marc Rocholz

JCI Südwestfalen

Oliver Knipp

JCI Nienburg/ Weser

Martin Finze

JCI Südwestpfalz

Julius Seebach

JCI Nord Westfalen

Marc Bußmann

JCI Teltow-Fläming

Robert Weise

JCI Nordfriesland

Stefanie Schlue

JCI Traunstein

Andreas Heuer

JCI Nordschwarzwald

Jörg Walter

JCI Trier

Bernhard J. Simon

JCI Nordthüringen

Peer Ziegler

JCI Ulm

Markus Hander

JCI Nürnberg

Jörg Schlag

JCI Unstrut-Hainich

Christian Salwik

JCI Oberberg

Anja Kuhn

JCI Waldeck-Frankenberg

Bert Schulte

JCI Oberhavel

René Tausch

JCI Weiden

Michael von Lossow

JCI Offenbach am Main

Stefan Rotsch

JCI Weißenburg

Christian Kühleis

JCI Oldenburg

Thomas Modigell

JCI Wernigerode

Nils Appelt

JCI Ortenau

Monika Schäfer

JCI Werra-Meißner

Ralf Heuckeroth

JCI Osnabrück

Kai Nilsson

JCI Westerwald-Lahn

Markus Buhr

JCI Ostbrandenburg

Carsten Voss

JCI Wetterau

Christian Engel

JCI Ostfriesland und Papenburg

Frank Böse

JCI Wetzlar

Thomas E. Rinker

JCI Ostholstein

Sandra Stötzner

JCI Wiesbaden

Peer Mackscheidt

JCI Ostprignitz-Ruppin

Ivo Haase

JCI Wittenberg

Ralf Hörentrup

JCI Ostwestfalen

Daniel Kullmann

JCI Worms

Christian Spohr

JCI Ostwürttemberg

Robin Aigner

JCI Wuppertal

André Müller

JCI Paderborn + Höxter

Martin Henkel

JCI Würzburg

Holger Christian Metzger

JCI Passau

Stefan Aigner

JCI Zwickau

Carsten Krauß

JCI Zwischen Hunte und Weser

Nils Krämer

JCI Main-Spessart JCI Mainz (Rheinhessen)

JCI Mannheim-Ludwigshafen

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JCI Ghana

Junior Chamber International Ghana

Operation Street Academy Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Abraham Nana Kow Acquaye Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH Ga, Fante, Akan, Hausa, Ewe and Nzema

National Secretariat Phone: +233-24-318-1712 Email: ghana@jci.cc Website: jcigh.org

Community Assistance Program Goals and Actions Taken: Renovated and handed over abandoned community toilet to the community school who did not have any, and also cut sod for the commencement of an ultra modern toilet facility for the community and many other develepmental projects. Results: The project has eased drastically the high demand on the existing toilets in the community most especially the ones used by the community school. The kids no longer have to wait in line to visit the toilets.

JCI Nothing But Nets Hanging Project Goals and Actions Taken: Distributed and hung over 1,500 mosquito nets to three regions in Ghana (Central, Eastern and Volta) Regions. Also spread education and awarness on how to prevent the breeding of mosquitos that leads to malaria in these communities. Results: It has curbed the rate of malaria cases in the communities where the distribution and hanging of the nets took place.

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Goals and Actions Taken: Adopted an academy of children that have been taken off the streets and supported to give them a good education through university level. Organized a fundraiser to ensure there are enough funds to take care of the kids daily needs. Results: Reduce the burden of caring for the kids from the academy authorities and also brought hope to the kids and their future. JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Accra Elite

Miriam Tartan

Operations Street Academy

JCI Accra Royale

Emmanuel Bonney

Nothing Butnet Hanging Project

JCI Dansoman

Paul-Peter Hammond

Community Assistance Program

JCI Affiliate

Nene Ofoe

JCI Tarkwa Mines

Godfred Annan

JCI Kumasi Execllence

Lydia Tetteh

JCI UCC

Patrick Adjel Nketia

Clean the goldfields Blood for Ghana/Road Safety


JCI Greece Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Anastasios Papakonstantopoulos Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH Greek

National Secretariat St. Papada 2, Athens, Greece 11525 GREECE Tel: +30-210-6990460 Email: jcigreece@mail.com

Participation in the Hellenic Benefactor’s Society In June 2011, JCI Greece officers, including its National President Anastasios Papakonstantopoulos, Deputy President Konstantinos Margonis, Legal Counsel Michail Savvas, and its Senator #47440 Penelope Papakonstantopoulou, participated in the Hellenic Benefactors’ Society’s meeting that took place in Zappeion Megaron, Athens. The meeting was dedicated to the spirit of olympism, philanthropy and beneficence. Our presence was the start of a future partnership with the HBS, on a project to start the digital registration and the maintenance of Greek historical monuments (e.g. statues). JCI Greece honored Greek Benefactors Georgios Averov, Vaggelis Zappas and Konstantinos Zappas by placing a wreath on their statues.

Participation in 2011 JCI European Conference in Tarragona, Spain One senator and four members successfully participated in the 2011 JCI European Conference. JCI Greece gave a gift to the other National Organizations. They presented a beautiful mousepad with the map of Greece and the Greek Local Organizations marked on the map. It was designed from the beginning by the 2011 Board. Results: Ř -&, *UHHFH DQG -&, &\SUXV SDUWLFLSDWHG LQ -&, 7ZLQQLQJ E\ signing a Twinning agreement Ř 7KLV ZDV WKH ƂUVW 7ZLQQLQJ DJUHHPHQW IRU RXU 1DWLRQDO Organization and we are proud that it was conducted between us and the National Organization of Cyprus. Especially since we belong to the same nation and our bonds can become tighter through partnership

Visits from 2011 JCI Vice President Lesley Young Our 2011 JCI Vice President Lesley Young visited JCI Greece and took part in our Spring Meeting where a great seminar about careers and resume planning took place by Mr. Anastasios Kottaras. Vice President Young made a marvelous introduction about the JCI goals and philosophy. For a second time, 2011 JCI Vice President Lesley Young visited our National Organization and participated in our Autumn Meeting where Dr. Stavros Papakonstantinidis made a seminar about social media (September 24, 2011) Results: We are proud to say that this last meeting of our National Organization was the most successful and interesting for everyone who participated (current members, potential members, etc.) and it left us knowing the meetings to come will be even better.

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JCI Guatemala Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Mario Torres Herrera Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH Spanish Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH Spanish, 21 languages Mayas, Garífuna and Xinca

National Secretariat

6ª. Avenida 13-05, zona 10, Guatemala City, 01010, Guatemala Tel: +502-23680321 Email: jciguatemala@yahoo.com Website: www.jci.cc/local/guatemala

Talleres Moviéndonos al Ritmo de la Ciudadanía Activa Metas y Acciones Tomadas: En cumplimiento del Objetivo #2 del Plan de Acción, se llevaron a cabo talleres sobre la Ciudadanía Activa a jóvenes de la Universidad San Pablo y la Asociación COED que tiene un impacto nacional a más de 15 mil jóvenes. Para crear un impacto aún mayor se aprovecharon las TIC habiendo realizado 2 videoconferencias desde Aruba con el Vicepresidente JCI Dave Martinus y Panamá con la Comisionada del Consejo Americano de Desarollo Iris Oro. Resultados: Se difundió el mensaje de JCI sobre la Ciudadanía Activa y la importancia de la participación de los jóvenes. De esta cuenta también se fortaleció a la organización Asociación COED, quienes cuentan con un grupo de más de 40 instructores quienes a su vez trabajan con más de 15mil jóvenes realizando proyectos de impacto comunitario en áreas como ambiente, salud y desarrollo comunitario. Encuentre más información sobre COED en: www.coeduc.org JCI Local Organization JCI Avance GT JCI Guatemala

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2011 Local President 2011 Project Name Egort Espinoza Proyecto de Bibliotecas Comunitarias Mario Torres Herrera III Carrera JCI Esfuérzate por Ser Mejor

2011 JCI Annual Report

III Carrera JCI Esfuérzaste por Ser Mejor, por una Cultura de Paz Metas y Acciones Tomadas: Fomentar la Ciudadania Activa a través de una cultura de paz, en cumplimiento del Objetivo # 3 del plan de Acción JCI 2011. Esta carrera se realizó a beneficio de la organización Alianza Joven, que trabaja en prevención de la violencia con niños y jóvenes en la ciudad de Guatemala. Resultados: Con la participación de cerca de 200 corredores y corredoras, en su mayoría jovenes, el 9 de octubre se llevó acabo la III Carrera JCI Esfuérzate por Ser Mejor, por una Cultura de Paz, a beneficio de la Organización Alianza Joven.


JCI Guinea Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQWMountaga Sylla Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH French

National Secretariat

BP: 668 Conakry, Republique de Guinée Tel: +224-65748080 Email: jciguinee@gmail.com Website: www.jci.cc/guinee

JCI Guinée Reduit le Paludisme Objectifs et Actions menées: Reduire le taux d’incidence du paludisme dans la localité de Coyah.

JCI Local Organization JCI Conakry Elite

JCI Conakry Excellence JCI Conakry leaders JCI Conakry Renaissance JCI Conakry Trésor

2011 Local President BANGOURA Ibrahima Sory Fodé TRAORE Ismael Fanta TRAORE DIALLO Aissatou MANET Mohamed Alamine

JCI Coyah Avenir

BARRY Alpha Mohamed Bachir DIALLO Mamadou Kindy

JCI Dubreka Racines

DIALLO Boubacar

JCI Fria Solidarité JCI Labé Vision JCI Kindia Agrume JCI Mamou Prestige

Mamady Camara DIALLO Abdoulaye TOURE Yamoussa Nouhou Diogo BAH

2011 Project Name Tournoi Inter Entreprise 2011

VIH/Sida: Mon Metier, Ma Santé VIH/Sida: Les Petits cireurs JCI Guinée Reduit le Paludisme Art Oratoire and Débat Assainissement des lieux saints de Coyah Sensibilisation sur la reconciliation nationale Assainissement de ville de Fria Assainissement de ville de Labé Visite des autorités Visite des autorités

Résultats: Ř100 moustiquaires impregnées distribuées Ř100 test depistage Ř100 kit antipaludeen ŘLa populaion cible a été sensibilisé sur comment maintenir son environnement propre afin d’eviter le paludisme ŘLa JCI Guinée est connu dans la localité de Coyah comme une ONG contribuant au devéloppement de la communauté

Reconciliation Nationale Objectifs et Actions menées: Sensibiliser sur la Reconciliation Nationale. Résultats: 75 Jeunes ont participé à la conference sur la Reconciliation Nationale.

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JCI Haiti

Jeune Chambre Internationale-Haiti

Ĺ&#x2DC; 2011 JCI National President: Widlyn Dornevil Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH French Ĺ&#x2DC; Local Language: Creole

National Secretariat

Delmas 54 # 14, Port-au-Prince, Haiti Tel: +509-3801-2650 Website: www.jci.cc/haiti

Don de Sang Objectifs et Actions menees: DĂŠveloppement dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;actions de collecte de fonds par les Organisations Locales suivantes: Permettre Ă la Croix-Rouge HaĂŻtienne de contribuer Ă  la rĂŠduction de la mortalitĂŠ maternelle par la mise en disposition dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;une plus grande quantitĂŠ de pochette de sang. Action 1: Mobiliser lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;opinion publique sur la problematique de la mortalite maternelle en haiti. Ĺ&#x2DC; 6HQVLELOLVHU OD VRFLHWH VXU OH 'RQ GH VDQJ HQ JHQHUDO HW sur le lien qui existe entre la mortalite maternelle et le manque de sang disponible Action 2: Recueillir 60 pochettes de sang par la croix rouge pour donner a lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;hopital de maternite Isai Jeanty. Ĺ&#x2DC; 'LUH %RQQH IHWH DX[ PDPDQV GĹ&#x2018;XQH DXWUH PDQLÂŞUH HW FUHH une Banque de donnee de sang pour sauver la vie de plusieurs meres RĂŠsultats: Ĺ&#x2DC; 8QH GL]DLQH GĹ&#x2018;HPLVVLRQV D OD UDGLR HW OD WHOH HW GHV DUWLFOHV GH presse a cree un veritable debat sur les meres qui sont mortes en donnant la vie a lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;occasion de la fete des meres Ĺ&#x2DC;  SHUVRQQHV HWDLHQW YHQXV GRQQHU OHXU VDQJ YRORQWDLUHPHQW HW la Croix Rouge a pu recuperer 40 pochettes de sang pour lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;hopital de maternite Isai Jeanty (Chancerelle) Ce Projet a eu beaucoup dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;impact sur la communaute et a permis a la societe de reconnaitre la qualite de reflexion originale des membres de la JCI Haiti. Dire Bonne Fete aux Mamans en donnant son sang pour sauver la vie dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;une mere quâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;on ne connait pas est simplement innovatrice. Ce projet repond aussi a lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;objecttif 5 des Objectifs Millenaire du Developpement: Reduire la Mortalite Maternelle.

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Construction dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;un Centre Polyvalent Objectifs et Actions menees: 3HUPHWWUH DX[ RUJDQLVDWLRQ GH OD VRFLÂŤWÂŤ FLYLOH HW SDUWLFXOLÂŞUHPHQW aux associations de jeunes de se rencontrer, dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ĂŠchanger, de sâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;informer, de se former, mais aussi de continuer Ă ĂŠlaborer et Ă  dĂŠvelopper des projets. Action 1: Mobilisation des fonds a travers lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Operation Hope de la JCI. Ĺ&#x2DC; 3HUPHWWUH D OD -&,+DLWL GH FROOHFWHU GHV IRQGV D WUDYHUV la Famille mondiale de la JCI apres le seisme du 12 janvier 2010 Action 2: Achat et etude de terrain. Ĺ&#x2DC; $FTXHULU OĹ&#x2018;(VSDFH GH &RQVWUXFWLRQ UHSRQGDQW DX[ besoins du centre Action 3: Rencontre de partenaires en Haiti. Ĺ&#x2DC; 0RELOLVHU GHV IRQGV DX QLYHDX ORFDO HW SHUPHWWUH DX[ RUJDQLVDWLRQV intervenant en Haiti de sâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;impliquer dans la formation de la jeunesse Action 4: Realisation du plan de construction du centre polyvalent par la firme Immo Caraibes. Ĺ&#x2DC; $YRLU XQH LGHH SK\VLTXH HW WHFKQLTXH GX %DWLPHQW GHYDQW ORJH OH Centre Polyvalent Action 5: Konbit de nettoyage du terrain. Ĺ&#x2DC; &DQDOLVHU OĹ&#x2018;DWWHQWLRQ GH OD SUHVVH HW OHV DVVRFLDWLRQV GH MHXQHVVH afin dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;obtenir une appropriation Locale du Projet RĂŠsultats : Ĺ&#x2DC; 86   FROOHFWH SRXU OD -&,+DLWL Ĺ&#x2DC; 8Q WHUUDLQ GH  P2 est acquisitionne et arpente. Ĺ&#x2DC; 3OXVLHXUV UHQFRQWUHV UHDOLVHHV DYHF <$%7 +DLWL 81,&() UNESCO, Ministere de la Jeunesse, Chambre de Commerce et dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Industrie dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Haiti, Chambre de commerce de Chicago, MIT de lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Universite de Haward Ĺ&#x2DC; /H 3ODQ HVW XWLOLVH GDQV WRXWHV OHV UHQFRQWUHV GH 3DUWHQDULDW HW GH contact avec les Medias Ĺ&#x2DC; 7HUUDLQ FRPSOHWHPHQW QHWWR\H HW SUÂŹW SRXU OD FRQVWUXFWLRQ protocole dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;accord avec le Conseil National de la Jeunesse et plusieurs entrevues avec differents medias sur le terrain Le Centre Polyvalent reste un defi et un reve pour la jeunesse haitienne. Câ&#x20AC;&#x2122;est un projet ambitieux qui charme lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ensemble des partenaires contactes mais qui peine encore a trouver le financement local pour sa construction. Cependant, certains partenaires repondent dĂŠjĂ  positivement pour accompagner ce projet apres la construction sur des aspects specifiques.


Semaine de la Citoyennete Active Objectifs et Actions menees: Ĺ&#x2DC;6HSRVLWLRQQHUFRPPHOĹ&#x2018;RUJDQLVDWLRQTXLIDLWODSURPRWLRQGHOD citoyennetĂŠ active Ĺ&#x2DC;)DLUHFRQQDLWUHOĹ&#x2018;LPSOLFDWLRQFRQFUÂŞWHGHVMHXQHVGDQVOH processus de reconstruction du pays Action 1: CommuniquĂŠ de lancement et note de plaidoyer Ĺ&#x2DC;/DQFHURIĆ&#x201A;FLHOOHPHQWODVHPDLQHODFLWR\HQQHWÂŤDFWLYH Ĺ&#x2DC;3UÂŤVHQWDQWHUODYLVLRQJOREDOHGHVMHXQHVVXUOHSURFHVVXVGH reconstruction $FWLRQ.RQELWUHNRQVWULNV\RQ/D-HQÂŞVGHYDQ Ĺ&#x2DC;,QIRUPHUOHJUDQGSXEOLFODVRFLÂŤWÂŤFLYLOHHWOHVDXWRULWÂŤVGHOĹ&#x2018;Â&#x2039;WDW du projet tout en les invitant Ă contribuer Ă  son effectivitĂŠ Ĺ&#x2DC;,PSOLTXHUODSRSXODWLRQGDQVOHQHWWR\DJHGXWHUUDLQDĆ&#x201A;QGH maximiser son utilisation dans le processus de collecte de fonds nationale et internationale tout en prĂŠsentant une image dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;une jeunesse voulant sâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;impliquer dans la reconstruction de son pays Ĺ&#x2DC;,QLWLHUXQHUHODWLRQGXUDEOHDYHFODFRPPXQDXWÂŤTXLKDELWHDX[ environs du terrain du centre Action 3: JournĂŠe de sensibilisation et formation jeunesse et drogue Ĺ&#x2DC;&RQWULEXHUHQWDQWTXĹ&#x2018;RUJDQLVDWLRQTXLWUDYDLOOHDYHFOHV jeunes aux efforts fournis dans la lutte contre la drogue par la sensibilisation et la formation de nos pairs sur la question en vue dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;attĂŠnuer le taux de prĂŠvalence chez les jeunes haĂŻtiens

Ĺ&#x2DC;&HQWMHXQHVVRQWVHQVLELOLVHVVXUOĹ&#x2018;LPSDFWGHOĹ&#x2018;HQJDJHPHQWVRFLDO citoyen sur la communaute et lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;importance de lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;harmonisation des rapports entre le secteur public, le secteur prive et la societe civile Ĺ&#x2DC;'HX[QRXYHOOHV2UJDQLVDWLRQV/RFDOHVFUHHVHWSOXVGHMHXQHV haitiens rejoignent la grande famille JCI Cette semaine qui a ĂŠtĂŠ place dans le cadre de la Journee Internationale de la Jeunesse (12 aout) nous a servi de pretexte pour celebrer les 5 ans de travail de la JCI Haiti depuis 2006. Ce sera desormais une tradition. Au terme de cette semaine de la citoyennete active, plusieurs organisations ont sollicite des audiences aupres de la JCI Haiti: UNESCO, UNICEF, CCIH.

JCI Local Organization JCI Sublime JCI Excellence JCI Innovation

2011 Local President Caleb Dorisca Yves Bernard Remarais Lauwrence Emilien

JCI Citadelle

Jacky Eustache

JCI Jacmel

Ernst Junior Cadet

JCI St Marc

Philogene Baptiste

2011 Project Name Memorial Sida Debats Universitaires Un Geste d'Amour pour les Enfants (JournĂŠe Nationale de l'enfant) Projet de concours d'assainissement de la ville du Cap Modernisation de la bibliotheque municipale de Jacmel Tournoi de Foot-Ball entre les Institutions Publiques et Privees de la Commune

$FWLRQ-RXUQÂŤHFDXVHULHGÂŤEDWVVXUOHWKÂŞPH-HXQHVVHHW engagement citoyen avec le senateur Serge Gilles, ancien candidat a la presidence Ĺ&#x2DC;2EMHFWLI5ÂŤXQLUGHVMHXQHVGHODFRPPXQDXWÂŤSRXUGLVFXWHU VXUOHUÂśOHHWOĹ&#x2018;HQJDJHPHQWGHODMHXQHVVHGDQVOHSURFHVVXVGX dĂŠveloppement de la communautĂŠ Action 5: Lancement officielle de deux nouvelles Organisations Locales (JCI Jacmel, JCI St Marc) Ĺ&#x2DC;3HUPHWWHDX[MHXQHVGH-DFPHOHWGH6DLQW0DUFGHSUHQGUH connaissance du mouvement jeune chambre et dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;appliquer le concept de citoyennetĂŠ active pour crĂŠer des changements positifs dans cette communautĂŠ RĂŠsultats: Ĺ&#x2DC;/DSRSXODWLRQKDLWLHQQHHVWLQIRUPHHGHVDFWLRQVGHOD-&,+DLWLD travers diverses (30) interventions mediatiques (radio, journal ecrit et television) Ĺ&#x2DC;RUJDQLVDWLRQVGHMHXQHVVHVRQWLPSOLTXHVHWHQJDJHVDXSURMHW de construction du centre polyvalent et un protocole dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;accord avec le Centre National de la Jeunesse Ĺ&#x2DC;8QHYLQJWDLQHGHMHXQHVVHQVLELOLVHVVXUOHVHQMHX[GHODGURJXHHW se sont engages a devenir des pairs educateurs

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JCI Honduras CĂĄmara JĂşnior de Honduras

Ĺ&#x2DC; 2011 JCI National President: Reynaldo Ekonomo Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH Spanish Ĺ&#x2DC; Local Language: Spanish and English

National Secretariat

Evelyn Montalvo Phone: +504-9-901-5885 Email: emontalvo8@yahoo.com Website: www.jci.cc/local/honduras

30 Maravillas de Honduras Metas y Acciones Tomadas: Desarrollo de un concurso participativo a nivel nacional para descubrir juntos todas las maravillas que tiene nuestro paĂ­s, Honduras. Participacion de la comunidad en general para nominar como para votar por la candidata a maravilla que mĂĄs prefiera. Oportunidad de proponer lo mejor de Hondura. Identificar las 30 maravillas: Ĺ&#x2DC; 1DWXUDOHV Ĺ&#x2DC; $UTXHROÂľJLFDV Ĺ&#x2DC; *DVWURQRPLFDV Ĺ&#x2DC; $UTXLWHFWRQLFDV Ĺ&#x2DC; %LRGLYHUVLGDG Ĺ&#x2DC; &XOWXUDOHV Resultados: Ĺ&#x2DC; (OHFFLÂľQ D QLYHO QDFLRQDO GH ODV  PDUDYLOODV GH +RQGXUDV Ĺ&#x2DC; 3DUWLFLSDFLRQ GH OD FLXGDGDQLD D QLYHO QDFLRQDO SDUD HOHJLU D ODV  maravillas de honduras Ĺ&#x2DC; $SR\R GH ODV DXWRULGDGHV JXEHUQDPHQWDOHV VHFWRU SULYDGR medios de comunicaciĂłn y ciudadania en general Ĺ&#x2DC; 6LWLR :HE RĆ&#x201A;FLDO ZZZPDUDYLOODVKQFRP

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ConvenciĂłn de PequeĂąos Lideres Metas y Acciones Tomadas: Desarrollo de la primera convencion infantil para niĂąos en edad primaria. Ĺ&#x2DC; &RQYRFDWRULD \ 3DUWLFLSDFLRQ GH  HVFXHODV Ĺ&#x2DC; &DSDFLWDU D ORV QLÂłRV HQ WHPDV GH OLGHUDVJR \ JHVWLRQ GH proyectos Ĺ&#x2DC; 5HDOL]DFLRQ GH OD SULPHUD FRQYHQFLRQ GH SHTXHÂłRV OLGHUHV Resultados: RealizaciĂłn de la primera convenciĂłn de pequeĂąos lideres donde participaron 25 escuelas. Ĺ&#x2DC; *UDGXDFLRQ GH  QLÂłRV OLGHUHV GH OD FLXGDG GH(O 3URJUHVR HQ OD materia de liderazgo y gestion de proyectos Ĺ&#x2DC; 3UHVHQWDFLÂľQ GH ORV SUR\HFWRV TXH UHDOL]DURQ ORV QLÂłRV HQ OD convencion de pequeĂąos lideres

Impactamos al Ambiente, Sembrando un Nuevo Futuro Metas y Acciones Tomadas: Ĺ&#x2DC; &RQFLHQWL]DFLRQ D OD FLXGDGDQLD VREUH OD VLHPEUD DUEROHV HQ OD reserva natural del Distrito Central Ĺ&#x2DC; $SR\R GH YROXQWDULRV ERPEHURV VFRXW \ FLXGDGDQLD HQ JHQHUDO Resultados: Siembra de 10,000 arboles en la reserva natural de honduras. 100 voluntarios en las

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Tegucigalpa

Nelson Mairena

Impactamos el ambiente sembrando un nuevo futuro

JCI Comayaguela

Claudia Hernandez

JCI Capital

Luis Colindres

JCI Universitaria

Geovanni Padilla

30 Maravillas de Honduras

JCI San Pedro Sula

Alex Ulloa

JCI Zorzales

Samir Molina

JCI en Marcha- en vivo por canal tvh

JCI El Progreso

Javier Flores

Convencion de PequeĂąos Lideres

JCI Valle de Sula

Thirza Lopez

AyĂşdanos a Reciclar

JCI Villanueva

Angelo Bonilla

JCI Roatan

David Bodden

JCI La Ceiba

Ruben Meza

JCI Potrerillos

Eduardo Blanco

AyĂşdanos a disminuir la mortalidad infantil


JCI Hong Kong, China Å&#x2DC; 2011 JCI National President: Timmy Lee Å&#x2DC;2IÆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Å&#x2DC; Local Language: English, Cantonese and Putonghua

National Secretariat

21/F, Seaview Commercial Building 21-24 Connaught Road West Sheung Wan, Hong Kong Tel: +852-2543-8913 Email: info@jcihk.org Website: www.jcihk.org

UN MDG 2011 Goals: Å&#x2DC; 7R SURPRWH 81 0LOOHQLXP 'HYHORSPHQW *RDOV 81 0'*V WR VPDOO and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), organizations, schools and the public Å&#x2DC; 7R HFKR WKH PDMRU WKHPH RI -&, Å&#x2DC; 7R UDLVH WKH DZDUHQHVV RI WKH SXEOLF DQG RXU PHPEHUV RQ WKH UN MDGs Actions Taken: Å&#x2DC; 3KDVH , .LFNRII &HUHPRQ\ DQG 3KRWRV ([KLELWLRQ Å&#x2DC; 3KDVH ,, 81 0'* $ZDUGV DQG %HWWHU :RUOG /RJRV DQG %HVW Partners Awards Presentation during JCI Hong Kong National Convention Results: Å&#x2DC; 5XQ E\  ORFDO FKDSWHUV SKRWRVSRVWHUV RI SURMHFWV UHODWHG to the UN MDGs were exhibited in a metro station for a weekend to arouse public awareness Å&#x2DC; 6DWLVIDFWRU\ HQUROOPHQWV IRU WKH %HVW 3DUWQHUV $ZDUGV and applications for Better World Company and Better World Organization logos Å&#x2DC; 1HHGHG WR IROORZ XS ZLWK VFKRROV PRUH DWWHQWLYHO\ EHIRUH WKH HQG of the school term for the Better World School logo which is a new category this year

Change Maker Forum 2011 Goals: Å&#x2DC; 7R SURPRWH DFWLYH FLWL]HQVKLS WKURXJK SURPLQHQW JXHVW VSHDNHUV and the interaction with JCI Hong Kong members at the Forum Å&#x2DC; 7R DWWUDFW QRQ-&, \RXQJ SHRSOH WR WKH )RUXP IRU PHPEHUVKLS recruitment through social media Å&#x2DC; 7R IRVWHU WKH SRVLWLYH LPDJH RI -&, +RQJ .RQJ WR WKH JHQHUDO public through mass media

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CEO Forum 2011 Goals and Actions Taken: Goals: Å&#x2DC; (FKR WR WKH 81 *OREDO Compact providing young leaders of SMEs with a worldclass practical training on best practices Å&#x2DC; 7R H[WHQG \RXQJ OHDGHUVÅ&#x2018; NQRZOHGJH RQ JOREDO YLVLRQ WKURXJK exchange with successful CEOs Å&#x2DC; 3UHVHQWHUV IURP GLIIHUHQW EXVLQHVV VHFWRUV WR LQVSLUH WKH \RXQJ people with their real life cases to overcome hurdles and challenges Actions Taken: A forum with 5 permanent speakers for 260 young people was held on a university campus on a Saturday afternoon Results: Å&#x2DC; $WWUDFWHG QXPHURXV VXSSRUWHUV IURP ERWK JRYHUQPHQW DQG international enterprises that strenghten our relationship with both sectors Å&#x2DC; %XLOW XS YDOXDEOH FRQQHFWLRQV ZLWK WKH UHSXWDEOH HQWHUSULVHV ZKR could be our potential sponsors Å&#x2DC; 7KH FRUSRUDWH LPDJH RI -&, +RQJ .RQJ ZDV DOVR VWUHQJWKHQHG LQ the business world through this event Å&#x2DC; $WWUDFWHG D GLYHUVH DXGLHQFH IURP XQGHUJUDGXDWHV WR SME managers for recruitment and future support

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2011 Project Name

JCI Victoria

Ms Connie WOO

JCI Kowloon

Mr Nelson LIN

JCI Island JCI Peninsula

Mr Drago CHAN Mr Matthew LI

United Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll Stand Membership Program Children's Chinese Calligraphy Competition 45th Anniversary To Be a Leader

JCI Hong Kong Jayceettes

Ms Winnie TSANG

JCI Lion Rock

Ms May TSANG

JCI Harbour JCI Yuen Long

Ms Stella CHAN Mr Yan Kit TANG

JCI Tai Ping Shan

Mr Benny WONG

JCI Bauhinia JCI Dragon

Ms Kathy TO Mr Roy TANG

JCI East Kowloon JCI City

Ms Karlene CHAN Mr Anthony LEUNG

JCI Queensway JCI North District

Mr Lincoln LI Mr Ricky TONG

JCI Ocean

Ms Polly CHAN

JCI Sha Tin

Mr Ronald KAN

JCI Apex

Ms Crystal WU

JCI City Lady

Ms Teresa POON

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2011 Hong Kong Master of Ceremony Competition The 32th International Children Drawing Competition Get In Gear Volunteer The 24th HKSAR Outstanding Student Selection The 46th National Convention of JCI Hong Kong Love Reading Love Sharing 2011 Dragon Apprentice 2011 - Hit the Road Family Harmony 2011 Innovative Entreprenuer of the Year 2011 Queensway Business Trip 20th Hong Kong Children Silver Tongue Contest Long March 2011 - Reactivation Plan of Old Shops Love of the Earth 2011: Sha Tin Ten Green Scenic Spots Selection The 7th Series Children of the Motherland "Manners Gain Applause" Little Hands Loving the Earth Earth Summit


JCI Hungary Ř 2011 JCI National President: Tibor Benke Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř Local Language: Hungarian

National Secretariat

Website: www.juniorchamber.hu

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Budapest

Judit Galambos

Management in practice

JCI Budapest FVE

Aniko Tordai

Backstage

JCI Nyíregyháza

Attila Papp László

Help the lonely mothers

JCI Győr

Noémi Tihanyi

Run for your life

JCI Szeged

Attila Pernyesz

Aprende ingles y cuida el medio ambiente

JCI EXPAT Budapest

Maryna Yaroshchuk

Balaton sailing

JCI at Budapest-Bamako Rally Goals and Actions Taken: To provide excellent society, individual, international and business development opportunities for all members around Europe. The seven participating JCI cars in the Budapest Bamako Rally touring category will represent not only their own Local and National Organizations but the entire JCI European community. JCI is a primary NGO in Europe, which not only talks but also takes action towards the goals that have been decided. By providing massive media presence all around Europe, this is a great opportunity to attract more members to National Organizations, especially alongside the road (Hungary, Italy, Monaco, France, Catalonia and Spain). Results: The most important benefit of the project is to showcase JCI and its Local and National Organizations alongside the road as a primary NGO in Europe. This project will reach and involve a lot of new members, young citizens who always wanted to create positive change, but until now had no idea where and who to do it with. It is critical that all Local and National Organizations around Europe will use this excellent opportunity to market their organizaitons, as a perfect example of combined active citizen activities: contribute to the advacement of societies in Africa, showcase our organization and help by organizing a business mission between Europe and Africa. Helping Africa in the spirit of the UN MDGs and JCI Nothing But Nets campaign in partnership with the UN Foundation to provide JCI members the opportunity to take action against malaria. Providing members the feeling of first hand giving and the opportunity to make exact and measurable worldwide action. Due to the massive media coverage, this charity event will bring never ever seen visibility to JCI mostly in Europe (Travel Channel, National Geographic Channel, etc.)

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JCI Iceland

JCI Ísland

Ř 2011 JCI National President: Ingólfur Már Ingólfsson Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř Local Language: Icelandic

National Secretariat

Hellusundi 3, 107 Reykjavík, Iceland Tel: +354-6947353 Email: jci@jci.is Website: www.jci.is

TOYP

ABC Children´s Aid International Goals and Actions Taken: ABC Children´s Aid International is a Icelandic charitable, nonprofit organization that supports around 11,000 poor children with education, medical help, food and clothing in Africa and Asia. Members of JCI Reykjavík took part in selling chocolate Easter eggs to raise money that will be used to create educational opportunities for children in Africa. Results: Inside the Easter eggs the consumer could also find information about one child that needs support and a link on ABC’s website where they could register as a supporter of that child.

Goals and Actions Taken: To nominate two to three young outstanding persons in Iceland at a special ceremony. With this project we recognize young people´s accomplishments and at the same time remind young people about JCI. Results: The TOYP ceremony was held on June 10th. The President of Iceland, Mr Olafur Ragnar Grimsson handed out the awards to our two nominees: Magnus Geir Thordarson, manager of the City Theatre, and Freyja Haraldsdottir, a fighter for human rights, especially for the handicapped. She is severly handicapped herself and is bounded to her wheelchair. The project got publicity in two newspapers.

Co-operation with AMSIS Goals and Actions Taken: Co-operation was started with an Icelandic-based movement called Global Education Movement (AMSIS). AMSIS is establishing a knowledge center for young vulnerable women aged 12-20 years in Dakar, Senagal. The center will offer short courses aiming to empower the participating women toward more independence and a better life. Results: To start with, the partnership will be based on common respect and good information flow between the two parties. AMSIS has been raising funds for the project with a little bit of assistance from JCI Iceland.

The Entrepreneurial Student’s Competition (ESC) The Entrepreneurial Student’s Competition (ESC) is a competition (held by JCI Esja) in innovation for students from the age of six to sixteen years old. The main goal of the competition is to activate the creativity in children and teenagers all over Iceland. Each fall a workshop takes place where all ideas that made it to the finals are produced with the assistance of an instructor. JCI is a partner of this competition and our role is to coach the children in their presentation skills so that they can present their ideas.

Career Days

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2011 Project Name

JCI Reykjavík

Viktor Ómarsson

Easter eggs sale for ABC

JCI Esja

Guðlaug B Björnsdóttir

Entrepreneurial student´s competition

JCI Lind

Freyr Hólm Ketilsson

Career Days for university students

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Participation in a trade show called “Career Days” (held by JCI Lind) at the University of Iceland and the University of Reykjavik. We introduced JCI to students and 46 signed up on our e-mail list. Everyone was invited to our recruiting program and to some selected seminars.


JCI India Ĺ&#x2DC; 2011 JCI National President: Balavelayutham S. Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ĺ&#x2DC; Local Language: Hindi

National Secretariat

Ami Kalash,2nd Floor, Ami Complex, I C Colony Road, Borivali (W), Mumbai, Maharashtra, India 400 103 INDIA Tel: +91-22-28912354 Email: nhq@jciindia.in Website: www.jciindia.in

Helping the Needy and the Under Priveleged Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; -RE RSSRUWXQLWLHV DQG GLVWULEXWLRQ RI EDVLF QHHGV OLNH FORWKHV DQG books were provided Ĺ&#x2DC; +HOSLQJ FROOHFW ZKHHO FKDLUV DQG EHGV IRU WKH HOGHUO\ Results: Children and the elderly benefitted from this project.

Maha Annadanam (JCI Hyderabad Deccan) Goals and Actions Taken: UN Millenium Development Goals (UN MDGs) Program for â&#x20AC;&#x153;Eradicating Povery and Hunger.â&#x20AC;? A huge line-in tent in a space of more than 15,000 square feet was built up. All arrangements including tables, utensils, gas stoves, huge containers and cutleries were made available. Two teams of four members each went to all the homeless, underprivileged, unemployed people and slums to give the information about the Maha Annadanam (Food Distribution). They were touched after seeing the state in which these people lived. Then and there they decided to mobilize maximum funds for the cause. They decided to have an ongoing project where food and kerosin will be supplied through a ration office on a frequent basis. Results: Two-thousand and five hundred beneficiaries: food items and kerosin will be distributed from the ration office to the needy on a frequent basis. A large part of the community will be benefited.

Adoption of Village (JCI Ranchi) Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URYLGH EDVLF LQIUDVWUXFWXUHV DQG DPHQLWLHV WR WKH XQSULYLOHJHG society Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URYLGH SURSHU ZDWHU VXSSO\ HOHFWULFLW\ URDG hospital, food, clothing and basic education to the children Results: More than 500 people were benefitted and educated since it is adoption; it is an on-going process.

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Local Organizations:

Abohar, Adampur, Ambala, Ambala Central, Delhi, Delhi Dynamic, Gharaunda, Hansi, Jagraon, Jalandhar, Jalandhar City, Jalandhar Gurlz, Jcs Forum Of Ambala Industries, Jind, Kaithal, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Ludhiana Central, Ludhiana City, Ludhiana Elite, Phagwara City, Phagwara Elite, Phagwara Eves, Raikot, Safidon, Bareilly Magnet City, Brahmavarta, Jhansi Classic, Jhansi Greater, Kaimganj Panchal, Kanpur, Kanpur Classic, Kanpur Industrial, Kanpur Lavanya, Mathura, Mathura Greater, Mathura Kalindi, Mathura Royal, Rae Bareilly Elite, Raebareily, Faizabad City, Gorakhpur Mid Town, Kashi, Kashi Shiv Ganga, Kashi Shiva, Kci Renukoot, Lakhimpur Kheri, Lucknow Regal, Pilibhit Midtown Ranchi, Varansasi Metro, Gudivada, Kakinada Port, Machilipatnam, Nellore Town, Ongole, Ongole Cosmo, Rajahmundry, Srikakulam, Sullurpeta, Tirupati, Visakha Steel, Visakha Valley, Vizag, Waltair, Balotra, Bharatpur, Bharatpur Sakhi, Chhittor Chetak, Jaipur Priyadarshini, Jaipur Royal, Jodhpur Metro, Jodhpur Suncity, Kota, Kota Achievers, Kota Chambal, Kotal Dynamic, Kota Royal, Kota Star, Kota Surbhi, Marwar, Palidynamic New, Pali New, Sadarsahar City, Guna Central, Guna Pioneer, Gwalior, Gwalior Central, Gwalior City, Gwalior Global, Gwalior Metro, Gwalior Priyadarshini, Gwalior Tansen, Gwalior Tejaswini, Khandwa, Mrignayani, Ratlam, Sendhwa, Sheopur Kalan, Bhavnagar, Bhavnagar Gaurav, Gondal Nirzar, Jamnagar, Jamnagar Mega, Jetpur, Junagadh, Kadi, Kalol, Mehsana, North Ahmedabad, Oil City Mehsana, Palitana, Rajkot Silver, Rajkot Yuva, Sanand City, Shahibaug Ahmedabad, Shetrunjay City, Upleta, Visnagar, Alkapuri, Anand, Ankleshwar, Balasinor, Bardoli, Baroda, Baroda Genius, Baroda Metro, Bharuch, Greater Baroda, Vansda Royal, Lunawada, Milkcity Anand, Nadiad, Nadiad Health City, Surat, Surat Citizen, Surat Diamond, Surat Diamond Glory, Surat H.R Management, Surat Metro, Surat Metro Sakhi, Surat Metro Shakti, Vadodara Sanskarinagari, Vadodara Sayajinagari, Vallabh Vidyanagar, Valsad, Vapi, Aska Sugar Town, Balod, Bargarh United, Berhampur Ladies, Bhilari, Dalirajhara, Durg Bhilai, Gondia Central, Jagadalphur City, Jarsuguda, Jharsuguda Sanskriti, Korba Central, Korba Diamond, Nagfeme, Nagpur, Nagpur Central, Nagpur City, Nagpur Gondwana, Nagpur Greencity, Nagpur Kalamana City, Nagpur Medico, Nagpur Orient, Nagpur Patriot, Nagpur Pratibha, Nagpur Royal, Nagpur Womanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s World, Orange City, Raipur Capital, Raipur City, Raipur Femina City, Raipur Race City, Raipur Sanskar, Rourkela, Sambalpur City, Umrer, Bicholm, Borim, Calangute, Colva, Cuncolim, Curchorim, Khed, Mahaprastha, Mapusa, Margao, Marine Lines, Mamagoa Port Town, Panaji, Ponda, Poona, Snaguem, Sanquelim, Santa Inez, Usgao Tisca, Vasco, Banjara Hyderabad, Bellampally, Bellampally Aryans Town, Gulberga Fort, Hyderabad, Hyderabad Buddapurinima, Hyderabad Deccan, Hyderabad New Dimension, Hyderabad Pearlcity, Hyderabad Sunrise Walkers, Kataiya Gladiators, Mancheral, Nizamabad, Nizamabad Indur, Raichur, Ramagundam, Secunderabad, Secunderabad Daffodils, Secunderabad Paradise, Secunderabad Walkertown, Shaktinagar Powercity, Suryapet, Achalpur Melghat, Akola City, Akot, Akot Silver, Amba, Amravati, Amravati Aroma, Amravati City, Amravati Classic, Amravati Golden, Ballarur Wood City, Bhusaval Tapti, Chandrapur, Grape City Nasik, Jalgaon, Jalgoan Banana City, Jalgoan Diamond City, Khamgoan City, Nasik, Nasik New Godavari, Nasik Road, Pachora, Yavatmal Cotton City, Balehonnur Classic, Bangalore Garden City, Bangalore Green City, Bangalore Silicon City, Bangalore South, Birur, Chickballapura, Devanahalli, Gonikoppal Coorg, Kadur Kalpavruksha, Koppa, Koppa Surabhi, Kushalnagar Cauvery, Mudigere, Mysore Heritage, Mysore Royal City, Mysore Vrindavan, N.R. Oura Sri Jwalamalini, Ponnampet Golden, Sringere, Sunticoppa, Tumkur Metro, Vijayapura, Bellare, Belman, Gurukrupa Kaikamba, Herbri, Kadaba Kadamba, Kallianpura, Karkala, Katapady, Kaup, Kumbra, Kundapura, Kundapura City, Madanthyar, Mangalore, Mangalore Central, Mangalore City, Manipal Hill City, Moodibori Tribhuvan, Mulkhi Shambavi, Mundakur Bhargava, Narimongaru, Nellyadi, Padubidri, Parkala, Puttur, Shankaranarayan, Subramanya Kukkeshree, Sullia Paysani, Surkatal, Udupi City, Udupi Star City, Uppinangady, Vittal, Ambur, Arcot Kitchili, Channai Royal, Hosur, Hosur Emerald, Hosur Eyes, Hosur Mathigiri Township, Hosur Sipcot, Krishnagiri, Madras, Madras Marina, Pondicherry, Pondicherry Eves, Pondicherry Metro, Pondicherry Mid Town, Ranipet, Ranipet Power City, Tiruvannamaliai Deepam, Vaniambadi Palar, Vaniyambadi Leather City, Vellore, Walajapet Silk City, Anupar Palayam, Attur Town, Avinashi, Bhavani Koodal, Coimbatore Cosmo, Coimbatore Indcity, Coimbatore Metropolis, Coonoor, Coonoor Kings, Erode, Erode Anandham, Erode Cauvery, Erode City, Erode Dynamic, Erode Excel, Erode Grace, Erode Greencity, Erode Pooni, Erode River Bank, Erode Sri Vasavi, Erode Texcity, Gobi Greenfield, Gudalur, Karumathampathi, Karur Diamond, Kotagiri, Namakkal, Namakkal Fort, Namakkal Transcity, Ooty, Salem City, Salem Metro, Salem Midtown, Salem Steel City, Tiruchengode Temple, Tirupur, Ambasamudram, Aranthangi Central, Aruppukottai Cosmo, Dingigul Winners, Arumanai, Karaikudi, Keeramangalam Central, Kovilpatti, Madurai, Madurai Central, Madurai Excel, Madurai Meenakshi, Madurai New Golden, Madurai Pandiyan, Madurai Temple City, Mathandam, Nageril Metro, Palayamkottai, Pearl City, Pudukkottai Sangamam, Pudukottai Central, Ramanathapuram City, Sattur Matches City, Sivaganga, Sivakasi, Sivakasi Dynamic, Tenkasi, Tirunelveli, Virundhunagar Kamirajar, Viruhungar, Bekal Fort, Cannanore, Chemperi, Cherupuzha, Chundaparamba, Iritty, Kabini Panamaram, Kanhangad, Kannur Handloom City, Karuvanchal, Kasargode, Kokkanisserry, Kuthuparamba,

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Mananthavady, Meenangadi Royal, Naduvil, Nileshwar, Padiyotchal, Pakkam, Palakkunu, Panoor, Pappinissery, Payyannur, Pazhassi, Perumpadavu Town, Pulingome, Pulpally, Sreekandapuram, Sultan Bathery, Taliparamba, Tellicherry, Thrikkapipur Town, Adimali, Aluva, Angamaly Air City, Chalakudy, Cochin, Cochin Air City, Cochin Metro, Irinjalakuda, Karimkunnam, Karimugal, Kodungallore Town, Kolencherry, Koothattukulam, Kothamangalam, Kurumassery, Mala, Mulanthuruthy, Muthalakodam, Muvattupuhza River Valley, Paravur Town, Perumbally, Perumbavoor Green City, Piravom Midland, Rajakkadu, Rajakumari, Thiruvaniyoor, Thodupuzha, Thodupuhza Golden, Trichur, Trichur Green City, Trichur Pooram City, Trichur Temple City, Triprayar, Tripunithura, Vazhakulam Pine Apple Garden, Vazhithala, Vyttila, Wadakkancherry Challengers, Badagara Town, Balusseri Town, Calicut, Edakkara Golden Valley, Edapal, Kaliku, Kondotty, Kottakkal, Kunnumpuram, Kuttiyadi, Malappuram, Manjeri, Mannarakad Silent Valley, Melattur, Mukkam Mythri, Nemmara, Orkkatteri, Ottappalam Metro, Palghat, Pattambi, Payyoli, Perambra Spices City, Ponnani, Pulickal, Puthanathani, Quilandy, Ramanattukara, Shoranur, Tanur, Thiruvambady Town, Tirur, Tirurangadi, Valancheri, Vallikkunnu Parappanad, Wandoor, Adoor, Adoor Town, Alappuzha Vembanad Lake City, Attingal, Aymanam, Changanacherry Royal City, Chanaganacherry Town, Chengannur, Chengannur Town, Chingavanom, Erumeli, Ettumanoor, Haripad, Kanjirappally, Karukachal, Karukachal Town, Kidangoor, Kollappally, Konni, Kottarakkara Royal City, Kottayam, Kottayam Manarcad, Kottayam South, Kozhencherry, Kozhuvanal, Kumarakom, Kundara, Kuruvilangadu, Mallappally River Valley, Mangadu New Mans Central School, Maramon, Marangattupilly Labour India, Mavelikara Royal City, Oyoor Town, Palai Town, Pandalam, Pandalam Town, Pathanamthitta, Plassanal, Ponkunnam, Pravithanam, Puthupally, Quilon, Quilon City, Quilon Metro, Ramapuram, Ramapuram Town, Ranni Hill Valley, Thalayolaparambu, Thiruvalla, Thiruvananthapuram, Uzhavoor, Vadakkencherry Royal, Venmoney, Chidambarm Golden Roof, Cuddalore Sipcot, Gingee Fort, Karaikkal, Kuttalam, Madukkur, Manapparai, Manapparai Town, Mannai, Mannargudi, Nagappattinam Seacity, Neyveli, Orathanadu, Pattukkottai, Pennadam, Rajamannargudi, Rocktown, Sethiahope, Sirkali, Thanjavur, Thanjavur Chola, Thanjavur Prince, Thirumuttam, Thiruthuraipoondi, Thiruvarur, Trichy Excel, Vailankanni Excel, Vaitheeswaran Koil, Villuppuram Town, Vridhachalam Town, Davangere Davana, Hagari Bommanahalli Sunflower, Harapanahalli Spoorthi, Harihara Tungabadra, Haveri, Hosadurga Veda, Hosanagara Kodachadri, Hospet, Huvinahadagalli Royal, Ilkal, Kottur Cotton, Kudligi Golden, Mahalingapur Nagara, Muddebihal Pragati, Ranebennur, Sagar Jeevanjyothi, Shikaripur Chandan, Shimoga Bhavana, Shimoga Malnad, Shimoga Vivek, Soraba Vaijayanti, Thirthahalli


JCI Indonesia Ř 2011 JCI National President: Harry Warganegara Harun Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř Local Language: Bahasa Indonesia

National Secretariat

Jalan Raya Pasar Minggu No:1 A, Jakarta, Indonesia 12780 Phone: +62-21-798-8725 Email: nom@jci.or.id Website: www.jci.or.id

Walk For Autism Goals: To increase the awareness of autism and the increasing number of children with the disease.

Actions Taken: Worked together with East Kalimantan Governor, Mayor and Regent. Various NGOs inline with the cause: Ř 3ULYDWH VHFWRU DQG FRPSDQLHV Ř 8QLYHUVLW\ 0XODZDUPDQ VWXGHQWV Ř 9DULRXV SXEOLF KLJK VFKRROV Ř 7HDFKHUV VSHFLDOL]LQJ LQ DXWLVP FDUH Results: Conducted a Walk for Autism, inviting about 1,000 citizens of Samarinda City consisting of children with autism, their parents and extended family, government officials, teachers and supporters of the cause. The walk was conducted on the main street of Samarinda City where traffic was blocked for one hour and the group returned back to the location of the event where a tent was built. Here the children with autism displayed their creative side by singing, dancing, reading poems and playing music in front of the invitees. This was the first time that these children were able to showcase their abilties for the public, which lead to the appreciation and understanding by the public of autism. Foremost, the provincial government of East Kalimantan has agreed to implement further laws that will support the issue and providing working opportunities and environmental sensitivity towards the people with autism.

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Jakarta

Taridi Tirmidzi

JCI goes to campus

JCI Medan

Akbar Buchari

JCI Indonesia Academy

JCI Yogyakarta

Lioni Ellis Handoyo

JCI Spiderweb - Business connections Nothing But Nets Campaign

JCI Arek Suroboyo

Erwin Lubis

A four year project workshop with the University of Catholic Mandala

JCI Solo

Liliek Setiawan

JCI From Zero to Hero

JCI Semarang

Pulung Nurtantio

Beautiful Semarang Book

JCI Kalimantan Timur

Rudi Rifani

Walk for Autism, Nothing but Nets campaign through Educative Children movie watching event for 1 week in Samarinda

JCI Kalimantan Barat

Adi Gunawan

Children Painting Competiton

JCI Ubud

Nonik Riska

Ubud Street Clean-up, JCI Ubud - Go green. Compost workshop on producing organic fertilizers and energy

JCI Bali

Ida Bagus Agung Gunathawa

JCI Bali Care - Providing books and school equipments for Primary School Children in proverish rural areas

JCI Batavia

Anisa Nastiti

JCI Lampung

Rizaldi Adrian Rachmat

JCI Palembang

Agus Azwar

Clean up Musi River, Palembang

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JCI Bali Careâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Providing school books and pencils for underprivileged students Goals and Actions Taken: JCI Bali has taken up the responsibility to sponsor an elementary school in Karangasem area located just three hours drive from Denpasar, the capital city of Bali. Where most parts of Bali, thrive well with the tourism industry, in Karangasem, most of the villagers are farmers, tending poor land for agriculture. Resulting in lack of funds for school, their children attend only public school. JCI Bali members rally to collect notebooks, pencils, school bags and other school equipment and donate all of it to these elementary students. They hope to donate to these children on a monthly basis, but currently, they have to donate per semester. They hope that they are able to donate other various school items in the future. Results: By donating on a regular basis per semester, JCI Bali members are able to help eliminate the concerns from the parents and the children on how they will study. They are able to help these children study in peace despite their parentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; hardship to earn a decent living. The students become more focused and attentive in class and have expressed their desire to continue their education to the highest level. The students become more confident of themselves and are eager to attend school to learn more. The teachers can teach with a good number of students in one class and this encourages them to teach effectively and creatively for the students. The parents can no longer take the children out from school and force them to work in the field. The education awareness in this area has improved and even illiterate parents have started to study how to read and write.

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JCI Ubudâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Green Environment Goal: To conduct organic farming by manufacturing compost from animal manure in order to sustain an eco-friendly environment. Actions taken: JCI Ubud together with Senator Sarma organized a weekly workshop for farmers, students from the agriculture schools and the public on how to utilize waste/ garbage from animals and plants and trainings on organic farming. These workshops are free of charge and the participants have the chance to taste vegetarian food made from the organic farms. The workshop allows the participant to take charge in being responsible for the future generation. Results: Through these workshops in Ubud, the project has expanded to other parts of Bali and a growing number of young people and farmers have turned their farms to organic farming and have become more conscious about nature. They have worked together with various hotels in Ubud to supply their organic vegetables and conducted a monthly street clean-up in Ubud area. Together with the students and the local chieftain, this project has made the people in Ubud pioneers for organic farming thoughout Bali. The health and diet habits of the Ubud people has improved. The community has come together and continues to enforce efforts to keep the farming areas of Ubud free from chemicals and nonorganic fertilizers.


JCI Ireland Ř 2011 JCI National President: Louise Walsh Ř Official JCI Language: English Ř Local Language: English

National Secretariat

Tel: +353-1-234-2514 Email: president@jci-ireland.org Website: www.jci-ireland.org/website/index.php

JCI Friendly Business Awards The JCI Friendly Business Awards recognize the important role that local industry plays in the continuous development and improvement of our country. This project aims to award friendly businesses that go that extra mile and prove an outstanding customer service for their clients and their community. Businesses are judged on customer care/friendliness, eco friendliness, show layout and design, and disability access.

Active Citizenship Week Fifty Ways to Active Citizenship aims to give members of the Irish community fifty easy ways in which they can become more active citizens and put the magic back into Irish communities. Active citizenship is broken into four categories: Volunteering, Environment, Civic, and Community Spirit. Each category lists numerous ways a person can become an active citizen under that heading. Those who pledge to become a more active citizen receive an Active Citizenship pack which allows participants to read about Active Citizens all over Ireland.

JCI Local Organization JCI Cork JCI Dublin JCI Fingal JCI Galway JCI Limerick JCI Mayo

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Junior Chamber Italiana

Ĺ&#x2DC; 2011 JCI National President: Michela Angelini Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ĺ&#x2DC; Local Language: Italian

National Secretariat

via Castiglioni, 5 - 21052, Busto Arsizio (Varese) Italy Email: sg@jciitaly.org Website: www.jciitaly.org

JCI Nothing But Nets campaign Goals and Actions Taken: In order to promote the JCI Nothing But Nets campaign, JCI Varese promoted four different actions: Ĺ&#x2DC; ,Q SDUWQHUVKLS ZLWK WKH FLYLF WHPSOH RI %XVWR $UVL]LR GXULQJ Christmas time we promoted a holy representation with an African Jesus Christ sleeping under a mosquito net and we collected donations from citizens Ĺ&#x2DC; 'XULQJ WKH  -&, (XURSHDQ 3UHVLGHQWV 0HHWLQJ LQ 9DUHVH ZLWK the sponsorship of Lindt, we did the kick-off of the campaign to sell chocolates at Volandia (museum of flight) for mosquito nets Ĺ&#x2DC; 'XULQJ WKH VXPPHUWLPH ZH VROG KDQGFUDIWHG SRSVLFOHV IRU mosquito nets in downtown Busto Arsizio Results: JCI Varese donated US $5,250 to JCI Nothing But Nets campaign and the mosquito nets were distributed through JCI Cameroon

OMOIYARI Goals and Actions Taken: During the 2011 JCI European Presidents Meeting, the 2011 JCI President led the OMOIYARI Seminar in Busto Arsizio town hall in front of the best students of the city, the Mayor and mass media. According to OMOIYARI spirit, on August 6, in the civic temple of Busto Arsizio (also known as permanent center of education to peace) we prayed for the victims of the atomic bombs. Results: We created awareness among students, institutions and all citizens about the OMOIYARI Spirit of mutual understanding and we collected US $3,500 for JCI Operation Hope for Japan.

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UN Global Compact Goals and Actions Taken: During the 2011 JCI European Presidents Meeting in Varese, we promoted a meeting between the President of the Local Chamber of Commerce and the 2011 JCI President. After that, we took part at JCI Global Partnership Summit in New York and we met the UN Global Compact Executive Director. Results: Varese Chamber of Commerce (which represents 66,000 companies) was the first one in Italy to send the application to UN Global Compact. According to that, we were invited to promote UN Global Compact in a public conference.

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Aosta JCI Bergamo JCI Bologna

Paolo Ivano Traina Simona Rinaldi

JCI Brescia JCI Caserta

Matteo Penteriani Vincenzo Girfatti

JCI Catanzaro

Vito Suppa

JCI Lamezia Terme JCI Milano JCI Parma JCI Prato

Elisa Iannazzo Andrea Albinati Emmadesiree Galasso Ciaburri Alba Lenoci

JCI in the University JCI TOYP Bergamo: 3rd edition No profit organizations platform: business plan CI CYEA To promote the knowledge among young people of the huge impact in the society of the ancient silk industry of Caserta Booth with local spicy food at the Italian evening of 2011 JCI EPM to promte the local culture of cuisine JCI training courses for young citizens Speaking competition CI TOYP: 3rd edition

JCI Roma

Alfonso Germanò

JCI Salerno

Luca Iovine

JCI Siena JCI Trieste

Edoardo Nesti Paolo Guglia

JCI Varese JCI Ragusa

Simone Seddio Eleonora Fortunato

JCI Augusta Taurinorum JCI Cosenza

Gianluca Martinengo Mara Larussa

Green dinner for Japan (Operation Hope) Clean water: booth at the Italian night of 2011 JCI EPM Public Spesaking skills: training courses for young lawyers in the court Green New Year Eve For the first time in Italy JCI Trieste gave a CSR Award to a local company 2011 European Presidents Meeting Mass Media and Young People training course Young active citizens for JCI Young active citizens for JCI


JCI Japan Ř 2011 JCI National President: Masaoki Fukui Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English and Japanese Ř Local Language: Japanese

National Secretariat

2-14-3, Hirakawa-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 102-0093, Japan Tel: +81-3-3234-5604 Email: secjjc@mrh.biglobe Website: www.jaycee.or.jp/2011

JCI Nothing But Nets Campaign Project No. 1: Web-click Donation JCI Japan is in the process of establishing a system that will enable JCI members to click and donate through the website, to be completed by 2015. We are also currently working with our Districts, Blocs and Local Organizations to enable the JCI Nothing But Nets link on their website banners. In addition to JCI organizations, we will be enouraging companies and organizations that wish to support the UN Foundation’s Nothing But Nets campaign, to include a web click donation link on their website. A QR code will be attached to the flyer in order to facilitate widespread disemmination of the banner in a self-sustaining manner. Easy access by cell phone will also be enabled.

Project No. 4: Promotion of the Campaign Within Each of the 47 Bloc Councils The commission in charge will visit meetings and explain the reasons for making donations to the JCI Nothing But Nets campaign, while clarifying the relationship between JCI and the UN, and explaining to them how to operate the project at the local level. 1,522 posters have been delivered, 761 DVDs have been delivered and 761 nets delivered for their own promotional use. Project Campaign 5: Approaching Companies Throughout the year, JCI Japan has been approaching companies that may wish to work together on the JCI Nothing But Nets campaign, to seek their partnership. Their participation will enable the movement to expand. So far, Citicard has agreed to include the JCI Nothing But Nets campaign in their point system. Project No. 6: Promoting the campaign Promoting the campaign among Japanese school children, especially those of elementary and secondary school age since these children are of the same age as those in African countries that are suffering from malaria. This is being done in the hope that these school children will form the backbone of the JCI Nothing But Nets campaign, in the future, in Japan. Results: Total donations collected in 2011, as of August 2011: JPY 2,582,873

In this way, it is hoped that more citizens will be able to see and understand the JCI Nothing But Nets campaign. Project No. 2: Vending Machine Companies and orgnizations who wish to support the JCI Nothing But Nets campaign can set up JCI Nothing But Nets vending machines. In this way, people can donate whenever they want to, very easily, to the campaign. The target number for such vending machines is 1,000. This project will enable people to become aware of their responsibilities to international society, spreading the message from person to person, family to family, and community to community. Project No. 3: Booth Exhibition During the 60th National Convention, there will be a booth set up to promote the JCI Nothing But Nets campaign, providing examples and know-how to Local Organizations so that they can launch campaigns within their own communities.

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UN Global Compact Promotion Goals and Actions Taken: Target number: 4,000 companies JCI Japan is promoting the UN Global Compact among Japanese companies. Each Local, Bloc and District organization will establish its own booth at its meetings and conventions in order to promote the UN Global Compact. Information on the UN Global Compact has also been widely disemminated at such meetings as the JCI Japan Summer Conference and through JCI Japan’s monthly magazine,”We Believe.” Results: Total number of companies which signed the compact as a result of the 2011 promotion efforts: 230

OMOIYARI spirit promotion projects in order to achieve world peace Goals and Actions Taken: For the sake of world peace, we are promoting the OMOIYARI spirit, not just among our membership, but also among the public, in the hope that they will be able to deepen mutual understanding with one another. JCI Japan has taken the lead in holding OMOIYARI Seminars at the JCI Area Conferences, as well as within JCI Mongolia, JCI Maldives, JCI Sri Lanka, JCI Philippines, and at the JCI Academy in Toyama. Separate seminars were held for general participants and for trainers, in four different languages. Results: Numbers of graduates of the 2011 OMOIYARI seminars: For Members: 708 For Trainers: 202 For Citizens: 420 These results are the culmination of efforts started in 2006. This year the OMOIYARI campaign has also benefited from the efforts of JCI President Kentaro Harada, who has strongly promoted the OMOIYARI spirit. We are now hearing from people around the world who would like to organize their own seminars. This is proof that the OMOIYARI movement has now spread worldwide, and has penetrated local communities, and involves citizens of the local community. In contrast, the JCI Japan commission in charge of promoting OMOIYARI is finding itself overextended and facing the fact that it has reached the limits of its abilities to cope with the global demand for OMOIYARI. As a result, JCI Japan is now proposing that OMOIYARI be included among JCI’s official training programs, so that the quality of Trainers so that the overall quality of the movement can be standardized at a high level.

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The Great East Japan (Tohoku) Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Activities Goals and Actions Taken: The primary goal of the project was to swiftly and effectively provide disaster relief to the people living in the area most heavily affected by the March 11, 2011 Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami Disaster. The secondary goal was to provide long-term support these same people and their communities, so that they could move on with their lives and rebuild their communities. Immediately following the disaster on March 11, preliminary steps were taken to set up a disaster response command post at the JCI Japan headquarters in Tokyo. Working from this base of operation, JCI Japan set up a special fundraising account to raise funds for the relief work being carried out by our members and others. The command post also served to coordinate the sending of relief supplies to the disaster hit areas, being sent from around the country and through JCI Japanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s network. We also coordinated the dispatch of volunteer relief workers to the area, as well as coordinating with other relief groups as well as local authorities, so as not to duplicate the efforts being made. While being involved in relief work, JCI Japan is also focusing on providing long-term support, especially to children traumatized by the disaster. Results: JCI Japan was able to raise a grand total of JPY 329,821,751 through the end of 2011, from a variety of sources, mainly from the members of JCI Japan as well as from the Japanese public, but also through JCI Operation Hope and overseas direct deposit and sales of JCI Japan goods. Of this amount, through the end of last year JPY 185,855,948 has been disbursed, with significant portions of this amount allocated to donations to the Red Cross and other organizations, support for projects being carried out by the Japanese government and distribution of material support through the Bloc Councils. Other expenses included those for logistics and administration purposes. JCI Japan was especially effective in providing support and relief to the affected areas and the people living there in both the short term as well as the long term. We were one of the first and best organized in our responses providing many needed supplies which were intelligently allocated, always disbursing the appropriate materiel to the necessary parties. We are also focusing on the longterm needs of the people in the areas, looking at the best ways to help them move on with their lives and rebuild their communities.

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JCI Local Organization JCI Hakodate JCI Haboro

2011 Local President Hiroki Kato Masanori Jitto

JCI Hidakachubu JCI Bibai JCI Bihoro

Kazuyoshi Hashimoto Kiyoshi Sadahiro Kenta Matsuoka

JCI Hiyama JCI Fukagawa JCI Furano

Masaki Konya Takao Endo Kazuo Kikuta

JCI Memuro JCI Mori

Tomoyuki Koyama Sadahito Hashimoto

JCI Monbetsu JCI Yakumo JCI Yubari JCI Yoichi JCI Rumoi JCI Wakkanai JCI Aomori JCI Towada

Hideharu Tamaya Tsuyoshi Takada Keisuke Minoshima Hajime Horikawa Takayuki Aoyama Akihiro Shoji Kazuhisa Sato Koichi Tanaka

JCI Hachinohe

Makoto Takahashi

JCI Hirosaki

Daiji Nara

Organized a local food market

JCI Misawa JCI Mutsu

Daisuke Inagawa Daisuke Sakamoto

Hitoshi Kitajima

Project to support 3/11 Tohoku Earthquake Disaster

JCI Akita

Mitsuru Suzuki

JCI Shibetsu

Yosuke Chiba

Community development project in support of local festivals

JCI Shari

Toshiyuki Sano

Harvesting at the local farms and local coastline by school children

JCI Kazuno JCI Yuzawa

Takashi Sato Shinpei Takaku

JCI Shiraoi

Tomohisa Niwa

Lecture Meeting

JCI Sunagawa

Kosuke Yamamoto

Young children's agricultural experience project

JCI Takikawa

Junichiro Sasaki

Takikawa Bon Dance Festival

JCI Date

Yoichi Neko

Hosting the Hokkaido District Convention

JCI Chitose

Yasuhiro Yamaguchi

Local Summer Festival, organizing the Yukata Project

JCI Tohbetsu

Takeshi Yamauchi

Orienteering on History and Tourism

JCI Tohya

Koichiro Akita

Lake Tohya Animation and Cartoon Festival

JCI Tomakomai

Kenjiro Fujita

45th Tomakomai Skating Festival

JCI Ichinoseki JCI Esashi JCI Ohfunato JCI Kashiopea JCI Kamaishi JCI Kitakami JCI Kuji JCI Tohno JCI Hanamaki JCI Mizusawa JCI Morioka JCI Rikuzenntakada JCI Rikuchumiyako JCI Abukuma

Keizo Chiba Satoshi Hirono Jin Kamata Takanori Osawa Hideki Kashiwadate Tomoya Tasaguri Yuzuru Yachi Junichiro Toyota Tatsuya Ito Kazutaka Takahashi Haruhiko Fujita Yuki Takahashi Yuki Sugimoto Shigeyuki Hokodate

JCI Nakashibetsu

Kaoru Komuro

Public lecture by Olympic Judo Gold Medalist, Toshihiko Koga

JCI Nayoro

Koki Ymazaki

Lecture by cartoonist Takashi Murakami

JCI Ishinomaki JCI Izumi

Yoshifumi Kuboki Toru Moriya

JCI Nemuro

Satoru Kobayashi

Local specialty market, sold from trucks

JCI Osaki

Nobuhiro Ito

JCI Noboribetsumuroran

Takashi Sudou

Mosaic presentation to support victims of the 3/11 Tohoku Earthquake Disaster

JCI Kurihara

Satoshi Hiano

JCI Kesennuma

Yuichiro Fujita

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Akabira

Teppei Iwaki

Project for young children to experience farming

JCI Asahikawa

Kimihiro Honma

21st Tanabata Star Festival

JCI Ashibetsu

Takashi Kaneko

Candle Art Program 2011

JCI Abashiri

Masanori Sugimoto

Site inspection tour around the Northern Territories

JCI Ishikari

Ryo Nagashima

Organizing musical events and a community discovery event

JCI Iwanai

Takashi Shinozaki

Youth Training Trip

JCI Iwamizawa

Naoki Meya

55th Anniversary Ceremony

JCI Urakawa

Yasuhiro Ono

Waku Waku Child Challenge Camp

JCI Eniwa

Ryuji Yamaguchi

Dreams of 6,900 Citizens puzzlemaking project

JCI Ebetsu

Masaki Tatsuta

40th Anniversary Ceremony

JCI Engaru

Hiroaki Nagashima

55th Anniversary Ceremony

JCI Otaru

Kenyu Kuramoto

13th Otaru by Candle Light

JCI Obihiro

Hirokazu Nakamura

Student Exchange Program

JCI Ohohtsukuesashi

Genki Shimazaki

Managing a study support center for local children

JCI Kitahiroshima

Kazuhito Himoto

30th Anniversary Project: Bringing Salmon Back to the River.

JCI Kitami

Yoji Shimomoto

3rd Half Marathon Festival

JCI Kushiro

Keisuke Ohsawa

3rd Community Development Event in celebration of the local town's beautiful sunset

JCI Kucchan

Wataru Mizuguchi

Kucchan Sakura Festival

JCI Kuriyama

Yasuhiro Watanabe

JCI Sapporo

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2011 Project Name Local treasure hunt event Haboro Town Council Candidates Forum 10th Anniversary Thanks Party Supporting the local festival A project to produce a new local music idol Hand-rowing Boat Race Fukagawa City Council Election Forum Project to send high school children to damaged areas in the Tohoku region and debriefing session Hyohtohya Ice Candle Festival Environment Lecutre by Hideki Matsumoto Drift Ice and Ice Sculpture Festival Tohoku earthquake relief activities Yubari City Mayor Election Forum Disaster Prevention Class 55th anniversary event Wakkanai City Mayor Election Forum 44th Nebuta Festival project Local traditional music festival: Towada Bayashi Community youth development support project: Dreaming the Future School 2011 Lecture by Atsuya Furuta, on overcoming the challenges of the 3/11 Tohoku Earthquake Disaster 31st International Summer Festival Card-matching Karuta tournament for children Local food and products festival: Akita Kamoshi Matsuri Tree Planting 4th Sports Festival: Handball for students and citizens Earthquake Reconstruction Project Earthquake Reconstruction Project Earthquake Reconstruction Project Earthquake Reconstruction Project Earthquake Reconstruction Project Earthquake Reconstruction Project Earthquake Reconstruction Project Earthquake Reconstruction Project Earthquake Reconstruction Project Earthquake Reconstruction Project Reconstruction of Yamada-cho Earthquake Reconstruction Project Earthquake Reconstruction Project Charity festival to revitalize damaged areas in Tohoku Oraho Revitalization Festival 31st Izumi District My Hometown Festival Local fireworks festival to restore hope to disaster hit areas of Miyagi prefecture Let's make smiles, like flowers blooming photo contest Vigile for the vicitims of the 3/11 Tohoku Earthquake Disaster


JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Abukuma

Shigeyuki Hokodate

Charity festival to revitalize damaged areas in Tohoku

JCI Nikko

Ichiro Yoshiara

Light-up Nikko Project

JCI Mooka

Susumu Sato

Relief Activity Support Festival

JCI Ishioka

Shinsuke Honda

Children's Soccer Restival

JCI Itako

Nobuaki Hanawa

Supporting the local Ayame Flower Festival

JCI Ushiku

Hiroki Tsukamoto

3rd Eco Festival

JCI Oharai

Itsuo Ito

Supporting the 8th Oarai Dance Festival with children

JCI Ishinomaki

Yoshifumi Kuboki

Oraho Revitalization Festival

JCI Izumi

Toru Moriya

31st Izumi District My Hometown Festival

JCI Osaki

Nobuhiro Ito

Local fireworks festival to restore hope to disaster hit areas of Miyagi prefecture

JCI Kurihara

Satoshi Hiano

Let's make smiles, like flowers blooming photo contest

JCI Kesennuma

Yuichiro Fujita

Vigile for the vicitims of the 3/11 Tohoku Earthquake Disaster

JCI Kasama

Shuhei Sugita

JCI Shiogama

Atsushi Suzuki

Memorial services for victims of the 3/11 Tohoku Earthquake Disaster

Provided support to the victims of the 3/11 disaster through JCI Haramachi

JCI Kashima

Sho Iida

JCI Shiroishi

Akimasa Maeda

Charity benefit concert to support 3/11 Tohoku Earthquake Disaster victims

Kashima Environmental Awareness Forum

JCI Kitaibaraki

Atsushi Sato

Children's Sumo Wrestling Championship

JCI Koga

Hiroyuki Komoriya

I Love Koga Marathon

JCI Sakai

Mamoru Arai

Ski School for Local Children

JCI Shimodate

Tomohiro Nozawa

Symposiums of the community development on disaster prevention

JCI Sendai

Takashi Saito

42nd Sendai Fireworks Festival

JCI Tome

Ko Ogata

Shipped supplies to the victims of the 3/11 disaster

JCI Obanezawa

Hidenori Endo

Fundraising activities for the victims of the 3/11 Tohoku Earthquake Disaster

JCI Shimotsuma

Nobukazu Shiba

Outdoor Rice Activities for Children

JCI Kahoku

Daisuke Kudo

Snow Lantern Project/learning disaster preparedness project

JCI Johso

Hidekazu Watanabe

Children's Fun Activity Playground

JCI Takahagi

Junsho Murakami

Footsal School for Children

JCI Kaminoyama

Naoya Igarashi

Kaminoyama Smile Project

JCI Tsukuba

Daizo Kamiya

Clean Clean Festival

JCI Sakata

Atsushi Abe

Local festival to support disaster areas

JCI Tsuchiura

Ikuhiro Oshima

JCI Shinjo

Yoichi Wakui

40th Shinjo Snow Festival for children

Community Development Symposium and Kasumigaura camp school for children

JCI Tendo

Minoru Shibasaki

32nd National Shogi Tournament for Children

JCI Bando

Yasuhito Ebihara

Public Lecture on the Green-Curtain Project

JCI Nagai

Takao Yokoyama

Lantern Vigile and Lecture by Yoichi Watanabe

JCI Hitachi

Shigeyuki Arigane

Hitachi Sand Art Festival 2011

JCI Hitachiohta

Yasuyuki Suzuki

Kuji 100km Walk Rally

JCI Higashine

Takashi Watanabe

World Guiness Book Challenge

JCI Hitachinaka

Yuichiro Yasu

Teens Rock in Hitachinaka

JCI Yamagata

Goichi Funabashi

Fireworks festival to support victims of the 3/11 Tohoku Earthquake Disaster

JCI Hokota

Kazunori Fukasaku

Drawing Class: to support the healthy development of children's imagination

JCI Yamanobe

Yoichi Kato

Hiking with elementary school children

JCI Mitsukaido

Naohito Kobayashi

JCI Yonezawa

Takenori Suzuki

Community Development Project 2011: How to Prevent Disasters

Let's plant rice and watch it grow project for children

JCI Mito

Kazuki Inage

Night Viewing Plum Trees Festival

JCI Aizukitakata

Tsunoda Ryuichi

Summer Retreat for Children affected by Radiation

JCI Yuki

Akio Takizawa

Assisting the coupling project for single men and women in the city

JCI Inaswashiro

Fumisato Sato

Summer Nordic walking course rally event

JCI Ryugasaki

Hideo Nishio

Picking up litter, while doing sports

JCI Shibukawa

Eisuke Tago

Shibukawa Ekiden (Marathon)

JCI Takasaki

Yuji Sakai

Forest Orchestra

JCI Tatebayashi

Sadao Yarita

Candle Night

JCI Tomioka

Satoshi Tomioka

Red Bricks Photography Project

JCI Numata

Noriyoshi Nagai

Building a Bridge to One's Dream

JCI Fujioka

Seiichi Azegami

Learning to Treasure Life

JCI Kohriyama

Kuniaki Saito

Smile Sound Festival 2011

JCI Shirakawa

Kenichiro Yamada

Time travel activities for children, warping to the Showa period

JCI Sukagawa

Shingo Sekine

Illuminating the city with wind and solar power

JCI Fukushima

Hidetaka Miyazaki

Kanto Area Food Festival

JCI Minamifutaba

Hiroyuki Onoda

Open discussion forum for Fukushima Governor Election

JCI Asaka

Shinya Hamaoka

Monthly Meeting panel discussion on taking leadership

JCI Ashikaga

Takanobu Kunisada

Ashikaga Community Festival

JCI Gyohda

Yasumasa Suzuki

JCI Utsunomiya

Ryuju Tokuhara

Ship books to children affected by the 3/11 Tohoku Earthquake Disaster

Dosukoi Festival, children's Sumo wrestling event

JCI Takasaki

Yuji Sakai

Forest Orchestra

JCI Kanuma

Makoto Ogimura

First Thank You Letter Writing Contest

JCI Tatebayashi

Sadao Yarita

Candle Night

JCI Sano

Makoto Yokota

Children's School Activity

JCI Tomioka

Satoshi Tomioka

Red Bricks Photography Project

JCI Tochigi

Tomoya Sakamoto

Public Debate on Management Issues

JCI Numata

Noriyoshi Nagai

Building a Bridge to One's Dream

JCI Nasunogahara

Michinori Tashiro

Symposium exploring ways in which the community can contribute to improving society

JCI Fujioka

Seiichi Azegami

Learning to Treasure Life

JCI Asaka

Shinya Hamaoka

Monthly Meeting panel discussion on taking leadership

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JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Asaka

Shinya Hamaoka

Monthly Meeting panel discussion on taking leadership

JCI Ohme

Shigeru Tairaku

Ohme Marathon

JCI Kokubunji

Takaaki Honda

Sado summer holiday camp on OMOIYARI

Dosukoi Festival, children's Sumo wrestling event

JCI Kodaira

Masaharu Ishibashi

Monthly Meeting project

JCI Tokyo

Takashi Okuyama

Wanpaku Sumo Tournament

JCI Nishitokyo

Takashi Motohashi

Children's sumo wrestling championship

JCI Hachiohji

Yasuharu Hirai

45th Anniversary Event

JCI Higashikurume

Toshinori Shinomiya

76th General Assembly

JCI Higashiyamato

Norikazu Morita

25th Anniversary Event

JCI Fussa

Takehiro Okada

Miyagi Prefecture Revitalization Festival

JCI Musashino

Toru Ishii

2nd Musashino Man-naka Festival

JCI Kyohnan

Yoshiyuki Kimura

Youth development project, transmitting the charm of the water city

JCI Kohshu

Fumihiko Yanagiba

7th Local Kohshu Festival for the Revitalization of the Community

JCI Kohfu

Takayuki Fujita

OMOIYARI project for citizens

JCI Tsuru

Koichi Hosoda

Project to support students who are job hunting and how to handle job interviews

JCI Nirasaki

Koichi Yanagimoto

Elementary school children's youth camp

JCI Fuefuki

Junya Kazama

Project to support men raising children

JCI Gyohda

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JCI Kodama

Yoshiaki Masho

Candle Light Program

JCI Saitamachuo

Takahiro Oki

Youth Development Program 2011

JCI Satte

Noriaki Komatsubara

2011 Happy Hand Project

JCI Sayama

Suzumu Kurokawa

Candle Night

JCI Chichibu

Tadashi Saito

Local Culture Dance Festival

JCI Tokorozawa

Toshikazu Hiraiwa

Monthly Meeting Community Treasure Appeal Project

JCI Hanyu

Toshihiro Koyano

100km Walk Rally for the citizens

JCI Higashiiruma

Shintaro Tomita

Higashiiruma Disaster Prevention Fair

JCI Fukaya

Hideyuki Takizawa

Friendship festival for the public at Fukaya Castle

JCI Yoshikawa

Masaki Okuda

Minami Smile Festa

JCI Asahi

Tetsuya Takano

Joint Relief activity with the Asahi City for the 3/11 disaster recovery

JCI Abiko

Yoda Isamu

Charity event for children in realizing their dreams.

JCI Ichikawa

Hidekatsu Shirai

Ichikawa Future Meeting 2011

JCI Fujigoko

Atsushi Watanabe

JCI Ichihara

Mariko Hoshi

6th Ichihara project on 100 km walk for the citizens

Planting of 350 hydrangeas around the Fujigoko laketown

JCI Minamiarupusu

Hiroshi Teduka

JCI Urayasu

Hiroshi Fukasaku

Kid's Adventure

Monthly Meeting: magical show parentchild communication project

JCI Kashiwa

Chikara Okamoto

Kashiwa Children's Dream Summit

JCI Yamanashi

Yasuki Otoguro

Sports Festival Yamanashi

JCI Kazusa

Hiroshi Inose

Kazusa Festival

JCI Isehara

Hiroyuki Iida

Community development project

JCI Katsuuraisumi

Shoji Hayato

Summer camp in Yatsugatake Valley for children

JCI Ebina

Akira Morita

Children's work experience festival

JCI Kawasaki

Toru Abe

JCI Kamagaya

Kiyomitsu Saito

Children's pumpkin picking for the Halloween

60th Anniversary Charity Music Performance Event

JCI Samukawa

Shinichi Furuyama

Open discussion on the mayoral election

JCI Kamogawa

Shinsaku Saito

Youth Future Establishment Project

JCI Chigasaki

Junichi Yajima

2011 OMOIYARI Village

JCI Sakura

Tomoyuki Hasegawa

20th Wanpaku Children's Sumo Wrestling Project

JCI Hadano

Tatsuya Sato

25th Tobacco Festival

JCI Miura

Takumi Ishikawa

Sand Art Festival for Children

JCI Yokosuka

Koichi Oikawa

Market geared toward boosting the local economy

JCI Sawara

Hisanobu Seki

Making maps of the local Kabuki culture

JCI Tateyama

Moriai Yaguchi

29th Summer Camp for Children

JCI Chiba

Daizo Shinozuka

Children's Terakoya School Project

JCI Yokohama

Hiroshi Takarada

30th Yokohama Port Festival

JCI Chohshi

Takao Katayama

NATSUAO Project

JCI Iwata

Kyoichi Yagi

Summer Camp 2011

JCI Tohgane

Satoshi Ishihara

Yassa Festival

JCI Susono

Kazunari Uematsu

JCI Narashino

Tatsuki Okubo

5th Children's Japanese Culture Learning Project

15th Snowball fighting under Mount Fuji championship

JCI Numazu

Keichi Takagi

JCI Narita

Kunihiko Obata

Forum on how parents should communicate with their children

Experiential learning activity for children to gain a better understanding of chemistry

JCI Noda

Kazuhide Yokokawa

Noda Local Food Grand Prix

JCI Hainan

Ryuta Sagisaka

Camp for school children to experience nature

JCI Funabashi

Hidemiki Horiike

Mt. Fuji climbing project for children to develop their challenging spirit

JCI Hamakita

Masakuni Onoue

18th JCI Hamakita Children's Soccer Festival

JCI Matsudo

Suganuma Ryoji

Monthly Meeting Project

JCI Hamamatsu

Sotaro Hirano

2011 Youth Voyage Hamamatsu

JCI Mobara

Masashi Maeda

Forum to discuss the current situation in the 3/11 Tohoku Earthquake Disaster Recovery

JCI Fujieda

Akihito Koyama

Local festival, featuring Tanaka Castle

JCI Mishima

Hirotaka Ii

Wampaku survival project, outdoor overnight activities for small children

JCI Yaizu

Masaki Tozaki

Promotion of local seafood by junior high school students.

JCI Yachiyo

Ryuji Tamura

Youth development project for children

JCI Yohkaichiba

Atsushi Ohki

Lightning Bug Activity

JCI Akishima

Tomoyuki Shibata

442nd Monthly Meeting

JCI Inuyama

Tatsuya Ohshima

Let's Try Traditional Handicrafts

JCI Akiruno

Takato Yamamoto

Akiruno 100km Walking Rally

JCI Iwakura

Tatsumi Mase

35th Anniversary Ceremony

JCI Shimajiri

Tozaburo Kinjo

JCI Yaeyama

Eisaku Kuroshima

2011 JCI Annual Report


JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Okazaki

Takefumi Ichikawa

Okazaki Marble Town

JCI Hakusan

Hirokazu Kitamura

JCI Kariya

Yuji Sugiura

International exchange program with JCI Hong Kong sister Local Organization

Camping activity with local children unable to attend regular school due to mental health issues

JCI Owariasahi

Tsuyoshi Iwata

Visit facilities for children with disablilities and carry out cooking activities and sports together

JCI Wajima

Kojiro Nakamuro

Community development project to support local green and environmental movements

JCI Tahara

Shigeyoshi Ohta

Realise Your Dream: project on challenging Mount Fuji

JCI Imizu

Takenobu Nomura

CBA 2011 Children be Ambitious Project

JCI Oyabe

Masakatsu Hondo

Adventure Rally for Children

JCI Komaki

Masahito Tomita

Dreams Come True

JCI Kurobe

Taro Shibasawa

Let's Cook

JCI Toyoake

Reiko Ishikawa

29th Children's Sumo Wrestling Championship

JCI Takaoka

Hiroshi Takano

Biwako Lake Friendship

JCI Tonami

Masahiko Adachi

Children's Future Development School Project

JCI Toyama

Masamine Terashima

JC Day 2011

JCI Niikawa

Yuki Okeya

Children's Work Camp

JCI Himi

Kaoru Nakamoto

I Love Himi Project

JCI Arai

Yasuhiro Minemura

Human development seminar inviting Past National Presidents of JCI Japan

JCI Uonuma

Manabu Uemura

International exchange program with the participation of five students from different countries

JCI Ojiya

Toru Watabe

Opening event for the Chu-etsu Earthquake Museum

JCI Kashiwazaki

Tomoya Utashiro

Kashiwazaki Beach Cleaning Day

JCI Kurosaki

Yukimi Shimada

Lecture on searching for oneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s potential to lead a better life

JCI Gosen

Tetsuya Matsukawa

Running and walking event for a healthy life

JCI Sado

Asako Nitta

Forum on the occasion of Sado City Mayoral Election

JCI Shibata

Kazuya Kobayashi

Children's Treasure Hunt Activity: learning about OMOIYARI

JCI Joetsu

Ryuichiro Ohshima

Citizen's Treasure Hunt Activity

JCI Tsubamesanjo

Takao Ochiai

Meeting People

JCI Tohkamachi

Koichi Baba

62nd Tokamachi Snow Festival

JCI Tochio

Masanori Hoshino

40th JC Outdoor activities and Sports School for Youth

JCI Toyosaka

Hideyuki Yamada

3rd Rice Paddy Art Festival

JCI Nagaoka

Shokichi Hiraishi

Support for local festival organization commemorating the war-time recovery

JCI Nakajo

Ken Abe

Mottainai movement community development project

JCI Niigata

Kazutomo Tsurui

Niigata's Future as a Smart and Compact City

JCI Itoigawa

Noritaka Fujimaki

How to Be a Cool Adult Experiential Program

JCI Mitsuke

Makoto Imai

43rd Local Festival

JCI Yukiguni

Toru Onoduka

My hometown vision competition for junior high school students

JCI Iida

Yukihiro Sawayanagi

Education for the Heart

JCI Ina

Fuminari Ogura

Ina Business Management Forum

JCI Ueda

Tetsuya Sakaguchi

It's a Small Town project

JCI Ohmachi

Tatsuya Furihata

Visiting Yamada

JCI Karuizawa

Tetsuya Shinohara

Organization of public speaking event for mayoral candidates

JCI Komagane

Tetsuya Miyawaki

Joint project with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)

JCI Toyohashi

Masayuki Ohba

Always Smile!

JCI Nagoya

Satoshi Goto

Rikuzentakata Drum Festival at the Nagoya Dome

JCI Nishiohazu

Tatsuhiko Asai

55th Commemorative Project: Waku Waku Fair

JCI Handa

Tatsuyuki Takeuchi

Monthly meeting on disaster prevention

JCI Hekinan

Akihisa Ozaki

Movement to promote community revitalization

JCI Honokuni

Kenji Tanaka

Treasure-hunting activity for parents and children based on the concept of OMOIYARI

JCI Gifu

Eiichiro Goto

Chorus festival to promote communitybonding

JCI Seki

Shunsuke Mori

Citizen's panel discussion on establishing the identity of Seki City

JCI Minokamo

Masatoshi Kakamu

Children's and citizen's network lecture on further developing the community

JCI Iga

Takafumi Kitamori

Learning golf manners from senior members

JCI Kumano

Daisuke Ushiro

Typhoon No. 12 recovery project

JCI Kuwana

Tadahisa Notoya

Bowling event for challenged children

JCI Tsu

Madoka Kawaguchi

Summer camp on outdoor OMOIYARI activities

JCI Ohno

Shoji Nakamura

Summer Fireworks Festival

JCI Katsuyama

Yoshiyuki Nishiwaki

Local river cleansing project

JCI Sabae

Kenichiro Takeda

Fireworks Festival in Autumn

JCI Takefu

Hisanori Nakashoji

Children's Triathlon Festival

JCI Tsuruga

Shuji Kawaguchi

Town meeting based on a survey of citizens aimed at discovering how to make a better community

JCI Fukui

Takafumi Miyagawa

Community development discussion with local citizens

JCI Mikuniawarakanazu

Koichi Kitajima

Burning Star Festival

JCI Wakasa

Masaki Takeda

Project for high school students to learn about the history and culture of the community

JCI Kaga

Hironobu Sakai

Junior high school student summer activity treasure hunt project

JCI Kanazawa

Tetsuhiro Asano

Kanazawa Light Up Festival

JCI Komatsu

Noriyuki Oketani

Local mountain climbing activity

JCI Suzu

Ryosuke Hama

Noto Peninsula World Heritage mushroom picking project

JCI Nanao

Takaaki Nuno

Local citizens' sushi-making project

JCI Noto

Mie Sakemoto

Terakoya School for Children

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2011 Local President

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JCI Komoro

Kaoru Hanaoka

Commemorative Drawing Festival of Keizo Koyama

JCI Kaizuka

Yasuaki Nakaoka

Children's exchange project with the children of Taipei

JCI Saku

Yukihito Kitazawa

Summer-camp project for children aged 10-12

JCI Kawachinagano

Masaya Takahira

45th Anniversary Event: Dodgeball festival

JCI Shiojiri

Akitoshi Mizutani

27th Adventure School

JCI Kishiwada

Takayuki Ishikawa

JCI Shinano

Toyoshi Miyashita

3rd Handball Festival for pre-school children

Bond: toward a common goal, family jogging festival

JCI Sakaitakaishi

Makoto Nagayama

Japanese Spirit Forum

JCI Suzaka

Hiroshi Yamaguchi

Junior Golf Tournament

JCI Suita

Makoto Hotta

2nd Suita Kids Town Project

JCI Suwaken

Yoshiyuki Kojima

Survey and presentation for local citizens on the realization of a sustainable local community

JCI Settsu

Ryo Itami

Sending vaccines to needy children around the world project for local children

JCI Tatsuno

Wataru Sekine

Baseball School for Children

JCI Sennan

Satoshi Ueno

Let's Smile Together!

JCI Nagano

Emiko Kato

Local goods exhibition in Nagano-TakaraIchi

JCI Takatsuki

Hirofumi Fukumura

3/11 relief activity project to send sea water purification equipment to JA Miyagi

JCI Nakano

Koji Takeuchi

Nakano: the Rose Town Promotional Event

JCI Toyonaka

Takeshi Uemura

Toyonaka Candlelight Project

JCI Tondabayashi

Yukiya Nakao

Wind Orchestra Festival

JCI Habikino

Tomonori Yatani

Soccer festival for elementary school students

JCI Higashiosaka

Satoshi Takemoto

Symposium on activating the power of the public in Higashi Osaka

JCI Minoo

Satoshi Bando

Charity Benefit Sale for Tohoku

JCI Aioi

Tsuyoshi Konishi

Charity jazz benefit concert for victims of the 3/11 Tohoku Earthquake Disaster

JCI Akashi

Keisuke Senju

Public lecture on the importance of family bonding

JCI Amagasaki

Masato Hirata

Hosting the Hyogo Bloc Council Convention

JCI Onokato

Shinya Ueda

OTTY Marathon Race

JCI Kakogawa

Kazuhiro Takeuchi

Charity Concert by Yuzurin

JCI Kawanishi

Kazuya Takayama

Free Open Lecture for the public on the Revitalization of Japan

JCI Kobe

Junya Inoue

Submitting proposals to the city of Kobe on community development

JCI Sasayama

Kazuyuki Sakai

Community revitalization support project

JCI Tatsuno

Yasusuke Miwatari

Youth chorus concert presents traditional childrens' songs

JCI Tanba

Kenichi Ohchi

Establishing a Vision for Tanba

JCI Takasago

Shohei Kajiya

Kid's Camp for children aged 9-10

JCI Toyooka

Shinya Ohnishi

Project promoting the city of Toyooka as a city of hospitalit

JCI Nishinomiya

Yuki Narumi

Junior Town Meeting

JCI Nishiwaki

Yasunori Murakami

50th Anniversary event: Lecture by probaseball player

JCI Himeji

Keiichi Hanzawa

2011 Light Up Himeji

JCI Mikata

Hiroki Nishimura

Wanpaku Sumo Wrestling Championship for Children

JCI Miki

Takamasa Shoto

Support for youth 3/11 recovery project

JCI Arida

Tatsunori Shirakawa

Farming experience activity for high school children

JCI Matsumoto

Tadaaki Nakata

30th National Symposium on Japan Castletown hosting

JCI Minaminagano

Narihiro Takemura

Minami Nagano Festival 2011

JCI Miyukino

Shingo Kobayashi

Fireworks festival for the benefit of victims of the 3/11 Tohoku Earthquake Disaster

JCI Kusatsu

Tadahiro Nishimura

Outdoor activity project for children

JCI Nagahama

Katashi Sato

3 Cities Joint Festival

JCI Higashiohmi

Shigeto Hiraiwa

35th Community Development Festival

JCI Minakuchi

Hiroki Iwanaga

Championship project for the best local food

JCI Ritto

Takeshi Yoshimoto

Project for children to construct a planetarium dome by hand

JCI Ayabe

Toshiaki Waku

Dream Project in Ayabe

JCI Uji

Tomoyuki Miyagi

Work experience festival for small children

JCI Kyoto

Yasushi Ohsumi

JCI Kyoto TOYP program

JCI Fukuchiyama

Yasuko Tozawa

Fukuchiyama Curry and Rice Competition

JCI Funai

Masato Michihata

Ten Man Eleven Legged Race

JCI Maizuru

Yasushi Matsumoto

Open discussion on the Maizuru mayoral election

JCI Miyazu

Munenori Yoshioka

Let's Find Treasures in Amano-Hashidate

JCI Kashihara

Mikio Hirata

Children's sumo wrestling championship

JCI Katsuragi

Taizo Yoshida

Mutual understanding between local citizens and victims of the 3/11 Tohoku Earthquake disaster

JCI Sakurai

JCI Sakurai Children's Baseball Tournament

JCI Nara

Kazuhiro Yamamoto

Nara-musubi Project

JCI Hohryuji

Tetsuzo Tatsumi

Joint open panel discussion among the 7 towns of the community

JCI Yamatokohriyama

Naru Tateishi

Junior Summer School

JCI Ikeda

Kenjiro Namura

Wanpaku Sumo Wrestling Championship for Children

JCI Gobo

Hironobu Adachi

JCI Izumi

Toshiyuki Tatsumura

Green Curtain eco-friendly promotional project

36th Star Festival: Tanabata festival for children

JCI Shingu

Yuya Tsujimoto

JCI Izumisano

Yoshikazu Kikuno

Community Sports Festival

Open panel discussion on disaster prevention

JCI Ibaraki

Teruyuki Fujii

50th Anniversary: Mount Fuji climbing project for children

JCI Ibara

Masahiko Hosoba

Local Presidents Festival

JCI Okayama

Kentaro Nakayama

Summer camp for local children

JCI Nago

Kenichi Kyoda

JCI Naha

Hirotatsu Ohshiro

JCI Osaka

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Tahachi Ikeda

2011 JCI Annual Report

Osaka Castle Hustle Rally


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2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Gobo

Hironobu Adachi

36th Star Festival: Tanabata festival for children

JCI Hofu

Koji Nakamura

16th Junior Global Citizens Academy

JCI Yanai

Yoshiya Asami

Disaster prevention training event

JCI Yamaguchi

Kisaburo Yoshimura

International Youth Exchange

JCI Gohtsu

Seiji Ito

Business-planning Contest

JCI Kurayoshi

Keisuke Fujii

33rd Childrens' Sumo Wrestling Cup: Sakura Cup

JCI Sakaiminato

Takatoshi Hamada

Wooden Sandle Throwing Festival

JCI Tohhaku

Tetsuya Matsuura

30th Anniversary Commemorative Lecture on the importance of life

JCI Yonago

Shuichiro Sugihara

Water Festa 2011

JCI Sakaide

Yutaka Morisaki

Local Salt Festival

JCI Shingu

Yuya Tsujimoto

Open panel discussion on disaster prevention

JCI Ibara

Masahiko Hosoba

Local Presidents Festival

JCI Okayama

Kentaro Nakayama

Summer camp for local children

JCI Kasaoka

Kazutaka Kanemasa

Class to teach children about morality and the rules of society

JCI Saidaiji

Yuji Inoue

Enabling children to participate in the local naked loincloth dance festival

JCI Sohja

Akira Matsumoto

Baseball festival for elementary school children

JCI Takahashi

Masayuki Uchida

Youth Development Project

JCI Shohdoshima

Toshihiro Yagyu

40th Anniversary Ceremony

JCI Tsuyama

Akihiko Sano

Summer Camp in Shodoshima

JCI Takamatsu

Shigetoshi Kotake

Lessons of the Heart Project

JCI Niimi

Shinsuke Bito

2011 JCI Niimi Summer Days Memories Project

JCI Higashikagawa

Yasunobu Kawakita

Local Festival featuring local culture, 3000 citizens involved

JCI Bizen

Shinji Onishi

Wanpaku Sumo Wrestling Championship for Children

JCI Mitoyo

Naoki Konishi

Mitoyo Vision 2011

JCI Imabari

Masafumi Yagi

Wanpaku Kizuna Juku

JCI Maniwa

Masaki Kawasaki

4th Sunflower Sports Festival

JCI Uchiyama

Keisuke Ohnishi

Lessons of the Heart Project

JCI Innoshima

Daisuke Nagamune

Wanpaku Sumo Wrestling Championship for Children

JCI Niihama

Masaru Fujita

Niihama Bay Winter Festival

JCI Matsuyama

Tsuyoshi Ohno

49th Ehime Marathon

JCI Aki

Kazunori Hagino

Served as Organizing Committee Director for the Aki Summer Festival

JCI Ohtake

Kenji Fujimoto

Children's Camping Activity

JCI Onomichi

Junzo Tezuka

Onomichi Seaside Parade

JCI Kure

Satoshi Horiguchi

Media Literacy Improvement Festival

JCI Kohchi

Shigeo Fukushima

Yosakoi Local Summer Festival

JCI Shohbara

Tetsuya Imaoka

Comic Academy for Children

JCI Anan

Gaku Kashiwagi

JCI Takehara

Toshio Taketsuru

OMOIYARI Seminar

Celebrating a wedding for the couples under the Christmas illumination

JCI Higashihiroshima

Yasutaka Iwai

Charity Soccer Academy for Families

JCI Awaikeda

Hiroaki Manabe

JCI Hiroshima

Hideki Yamanoi

Hiroshima Kids City 2011

40th anniversary project: Local culture festival

JCI Fukuyama

Tomohisa Une

OMOIYARI seminar for children and foreign nationals living in the local area

JCI Yoshinogawa

Takashi Harai

2011 Candle Night

JCI Iizuka

Hideyuki Muroi

Iizuka Candle Lighting Project

JCI Fuchu

Makoto Takahashi

Wanpaku Sumo Wrestling Championship for Children

JCI Itoshima

Kazuhisa Kaneshiro

Local farming experience youth activity program

JCI Mihara

Yoshifumi Sakuda

Mihara United Children's Association

JCI Ohkawa

Motoaki Sato

Overnight Stay-Over Program

Yasuhiro Nagata

42nd Homestay Program

JCI Miyoshi

Kazuhiko Morishita

Kids City Council

JCI Kitakyushu

JCI Iwakuni

Akinori Murakami

5th festival to promote local culture and products

JCI Kurume

Hidenori Ito

Community Development Festa

JCI Ube

Yutaka Hirai

37th Youth Sports Festival

JCI Tagawa

Hidenori Fujiharu

Tagawa Candle Night Festival

JCI Kichinan

Masanori Hirata

35th Anniversary Lecture by pro-wrestler Masahiro Chono

JCI Tsukushi

Hiroki Sakai

Support program for those affected by the 3/11 Tohoku Earthquake Disaster

JCI Shimonoseki

Seiji Nakamura

International exchange for developmentally challenged children

JCI Nohgata

Takaaki Ishida

9th JCI Nohgata Spirit of Love for their Hometown Festival

JCI Shunan

Tetsuya Okada

Organization of a local festival

JCI Hibiki

Masahiro Mori

OMOIYARI Summer School for Children

JCI Nagato

Tomoyo Kawamura

Wanpaku Sumo Wrestling Championship for Children

JCI Fukuoka

Yoshiya Naganuma

2011 Asian Beauty Marathon

JCI Buzen

Tadamichi Takase

JCI Hagi

Yoshitaka Toyota

I Love My Parents

Summer Camp and Homestay for Children

JCI Hikari

Yusuke Matsubara

Event held to support victims of the 3/11 Tohoku Earthquake Disaster

JCI Miyako

Toshiharu Aoi

Bridge Towards the Future with a Thank You Spirit

JCI Hofu

Koji Nakamura

16th Junior Global Citizens Academy

JCI Munakata

Yoshinari Nakamura

JCI Yanai

Yoshiya Asami

Disaster prevention training event

Music performance to promote registration of the area as a UNESCO World Heritage site

JCI Yamaguchi

Kisaburo Yoshimura

International Youth Exchange

JCI Yame

Yoshihiro Makino

Mt. Fuji climbing project for parents and children

JCI Hofu

Koji Nakamura

16th Junior Global Citizens Academy

JCI Usa

Ippei Watanabe

JC Kids Club Management

JCI Usuki

Takanori Ishii

Food education project for children

JCI Oita

Yoshitaka Hirakura

Commemorative Project of the Kyushu District Convention

JCI Yanai

Yoshiya Asami

Disaster prevention training event

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2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Kitsuki

Tsuyunari Kimura

Kitsuki Castle Festival

JCI Ebino

Yoshinobu Akashi

Students Jump Rope Project

JCI Saiki

Takayuki Kariu

Youth Summer Camp

JCI Kushima

Akira Onitsuka

JCI Nakatsu

Hiroshige Nagamatsu

Disaster Prevention Training

Relief activities to support children in Fukushima

JCI Hita

Satoru Ohtsuka

Memorial event to support those affected by the 3/11 Tohoku Earthquake Disaster

JCI Kobayashi

Gohta Sato

Ushibuka Haiya Local Festival

JCI Saito

Soichiro Nishina

Treasure Hunting Event

JCI Beppu

Takahiro Nanri

Jaycees Seminar: Beppu hotspring warm project

JCI Nobeoka

Kazuma Moriyama

Karuta Festival

JCI Hyuga

Hidehiro Murakami

7th Wanpaku Sumo Wrestling Tournament

JCI Miyakonojo

Takashi Nakamura

Southern Kyushu Area Community Development Festival

JCI Miyazaki

Noriaki Okada

International Miyazaki Festival

JCI Akune

Yoshitsugu Kitagawa

Community Shogi Festival

JCI Amamiohshima

Shinya Tomi

Offering prayers for members of the Japanese military

JCI Kagoshima

Koh Suenaga

Cosmo Academy in Kagoshima Festival

JCI Kaseda

Tsuyoshi Chaen

Karuta Tournament for Children

JCI Kanoya

Koichi Adachi

Community development discussion with local citizens

JCI Kirishiima

Hiroaki Ishinoda

Smiles for Two Billion Children Around the World

JCI Kushikino

Teruo Manzoji

Project to donate blood to the Red Cross

JCI Satsumaizumi

Toshimasa Nishino

Disaster Prevention Network Establishment: Citizens' Workshop

JCI Shinohsumi

Katsuro Takeno

Photo contest of the local coast aimed at boosting tourism

JCI Sendai

Yoichiro Tanaka

7th Annual Joint Project with the Red Cross

JCI Makurazaki

Hiroaki Kawabata

Community development walking rally project

JCI Ginowan

Kenichi Miyagi

Book published sharing the voices of the citizens of Ginowan

JCI Sohma

Koichiro Kamezawa

Soma-no-manoi Festival

JCI Miyako

Chusaku Nakao

Children's Baseball Tournament

JCI Kuroishi

Toichiro Kawabata

JCI Goshogawara

Yoshitaka Narita

JCI Ohdate

Takayoshi Sugibuchi

JCI Ohmagari

Yuta Sasaki

JCI Imari

Masayoshi Baba

OMOIYARI School for local children

JCI Kashima

Masakazu Ito

Project to allow school children to experience local industries

JCI Karatsu

Osamu Tsurumaru

Environmental Awareness Project

JCI Saga

Haruyoshi Kohara

Providing support for those affected by the 3/11 Tohoku Earthquake Disaster

JCI Takeo

Kenichi Kusuhara

Discussion panel for citizens on partnership with the local government

JCI Tohtoarita

Shigetoshi Mieda

Thanksgiving Festival

JCI Tosu

Fumihiro Narasaki

Sagan Tosu

JCI Isahaya

Noritsugu Nagao

Children's summer camp school activity

JCI Ohmura

Daisuke Akamizu

Future Generation Development Project: 2011 Family Bicycle Race

JCI Kitamatsuura

Kengo Ohmura

Examination of the Mayor of Hirado's citizen's manifesto

JCI Sasebo

Takaharu Debata

Sasebo Creation Forum

JCI Shimabara

Shingo Hayashida

The Importance of OMOIYARI

JCI Nagasaki

Susumu Tsukane

Festival to support the revitalization of areas affected by the 3/11 Tohoku Earthquake Disaster

JCI Fukue

Yukitoshi Kobata

Children's high school discussion project on the present and future of their community

JCI Aso

Shuji Takahashi

Citizen's geo park drawing contest

JCI Amakusahondo

Yasunori Mori

Youth camp development project

JCI Arao

Kei Ishihara

School Drawing Festival

JCI Uki

Katsuhiko Matsuda

Tree Planting

JCI Ushibuka

Yoshitomo Shimazu

Local Festival: Ushibuka Haiya

JCI Kikuchi

Kentaro Kudo

JCI KIKUCHI CUP Children's Soccer Festival

JCI Kumamoto

Chikanori Murata

Relief support activities for children in Fukushima

JCI Takanosuani

Fumikazu Murakami

JCI Noshiro

Yasushi Shimizu

Believing in and Loving One's Country, One's Town

JCI Yurihonjo

Koki Suda

25th Anniversary Lecture on youth development through sports activities

JCI Yokote

Tomokzau Igarashi

JCI Sakura

Tadahiro Onuma

JCI Sagae

Junichi Suzuki

JCI Shounaichuo

Hiroshi Sato

JCI Takahata

Kaishu Hasegawa

JCI Tsuruoka

Noriyuki Kudo

JCI Nanyo

Genshu Kanomata

JCI Murayama

Akihiro Takahashi

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JCI Hitoyoshi

Seiichi Fukano

Local Manifesto Open Discussion Project with the Mayor of Hitoyoshi

JCI Minamata

Ryo Hirata

Raising flying carp banners along the Minamata River to commemorate it's cleansing of pollution

JCI Yatsushiro

Koji Miyata

Special Lecture by Olympic athlete from Kumamoto, Mr. Shingo Suetsugu.

JCI Yamaga

Hiroshi Yoshimaru

Y. Quartette-Hope Charity Event

JCI Aizu

Yoshihiro Miyamori

JCI Ebino

Yoshinobu Akashi

Students Jump Rope Project

JCI Aizubange

Kazutaka Nihei

JCI Kushima

Akira Onitsuka

Relief activities to support children in Fukushima

JCI Iwaki

Kenichi Yoshida

JCI Iwakiishikawa

Toru Nakajima

2011 JCI Annual Report


JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

JCI Date

Shigemitsu Matsuura

JCI Chohfu

Hidekazu Harashima

JCI Hidafurukawa

Takuya Koma

JCI Tamura

Takashi Sakuma

JCI Higashimurayama

Satoshi Koyama

JCI Mizunami

Kazuki Takeyama

Tsutomu Ouchi

JCI Mino

Naoki Kimura

Daisuke Matsui

JCI Ise

Fumihiro Nakamura

Masakatsu Usui

JCI Kameyama

Kiyoshi Terata

Hiroaki Watanabe

JCI Toba

Yukihiro Nakamura Tomoya Adachi

JCI Namie JCI Nihonmatsu JCI Haramachi JCI Higashishirakawa

Shigemune Saito Masaru Watanabe Akihiro Tanaka Tomoyoshi Nozawa

JCI Hino JCI Machida JCI Mitaka JCI Musashifuchu

JCI Motomiya

Arata Suzuki

JCI Uenohara

Masahiro Uematsu

JCI Shima

JCI Imaichi

Taku Oguri

JCI Ohtsuki

Kazuya Tsuchiya

JCI Suzuka

Kenichiro Hayashi

JCI Oyama

Hideo Jinpo

JCI Ashigara

Kenji Hoshizaki

JCI Nabari

Yoshiya Tamura

JCI Kuroisonasu

Takahiro Hoshino

JCI Atsugi

Shinichiro Sato

JCI Matsusaka

Yoshiyuki Takahashi

JCI Takaharasakura

Hiroyuki Ueki

JCI Ayase

Jun Kawanami

JCI Yokkaichi

Tatsuya Ito

JCI Annaka

Kazuhir Kawaharada

JCI Odawara

Kensuke Kenmotsu

JCI Maruoka

Kunihiro Ohmori

JCI Isesaki

Naohisa Yoshida

JCI Kamakura

Norihiko Ishii

JCI Mikatagoko

Koji Kamo

Tsutomu Ichimura

JCI Hakui

Masato Ikeda

Masayuki Suto

JCI Otokuni

Masatomi Ueno

Kazunori Tsubaki

JCI Kameoka

Masayoshi Harimoto

Fumitoshi Sugizaki

JCI Kyotango

Masaya Hirose Tomohiro Shimizu

JCI Ohta JCI Ohraka JCI Kiryu JCI Maebashi

Norihisa Mashimo Naruki Osawa Daisuke Masuyama Satoru Yokota

JCI Sagamihara JCI Zama JCI Zushihayama JCI Tsukui

JCI Iruma

Tsutomu Yoshdia

JCI Hiratsuka

Kohei Maeda

JCI Hikone

JCI Okegawa

Tadashi Takahashi

JCI Fujisawa

Daisuke Toyama

JCI Takashima

Yuji Oyama

JCI Kasukabe

Tsuyoshi Nakada

JCI Aichichuo

Shinji Kano

JCI Moriyama

Yoshihito Mamiya

JCI Kazo

Kazuyoshi Shiata

JCI Amatsushima

Tadashi Yokoi

JCI Yasu

Shinji Kita

JCI Kawaguchi

Yoshisada Aoki

JCI Anjyo

Masahiro Yamazaki

JCI Ohmihachiman

Kazunari Yokota

JCI Kawagoe

Tsuneaki Baba

JCI Ichinomiya

Makoto Murate

JCI Ohtsu

Daichi Ichishima

JCI Kuki

Daisuke Yamada

JCI Inazawa

Kohshi Yamamoto

JCI Jyohyo

Makoto Arimura

Takanao Kutsuzawa

JCI Yoshino

Kazuhiro Fujiura

Akinori Kazeoka

JCI Tenri

Kazuo Hosokawa

Tomoki Kasahara

JCI Gojyo

Yosuke Morimoto

JCI Yamashiro

Takashi Kimura

JCI Yawata

Yuki Tamura

JCI Izumiohtsu

Masahiro Nishibata

JCI Kashiwara

Masaaki Takagi

JCI Katano

Noritaka Morimoto

JCI Shijyohnawate

Koichi Tanji

JCI Neyagawa

Chikara Baba

JCI Daito

Muneki Taninaka

JCI Kasai

Kazuo Uchihashi

JCI Kasumi

Shingo Yamazaki

JCI Awaji

Nobuyuki Hatano

JCI Itami

Katsuyuki Aranishi

JCI Sanda

Sachio Morita

JCI Ako

Shogo Hotei

JCI Ashiya

Ryuichi Nagase

JCI Moriguchikadoma

Toru Ogawa

JCI Hirakata

Hiroaki Ohnishi

JCI Fujiidera

Yasunori Yamaguchi

JCI Matsubara

Yoichi Egawa

JCI Takarazuka

Sosuke Uchida

JCI Nantan

Naoya Takahashi

JCI Ito

Kohji Kadohama

JCI Kumagaya JCI Kohnosukitamoto JCI Koshigaya

Toshikazu Morita Shuko Ishi Masaki Akiyama

JCI Ohbu JCI Kasugai JCI Gamagoori

JCI Sohka

Yoshiyuki Igarashi

JCI Kohnan

Naoki Fukuta

JCI Todawarabi

Ichiro Urano

JCI Shinshiro

Takeshi Sekiya

JCI Nishiiruma

Satoru Motohashi

JCI Seto

Atsushi Ito

JCI Hasuda

Ikuma Mori

JCI Takahama

Naoko Kamiya

JCI Hanno

Shigeo Kanda

JCI Chita

Iori Kaneko

JCI Hiki

Yasuhiro Fuseda

JCI Chiryu

Kentaro Saito

JCI Misato

Hidenori Mashimo

JCI Tohkai

So Takeuchi

JCI Yashio

Masanobu Minaguchi

JCI Tokoname

Yosuke Awachi

JCI Nagareyama

Masahiro Nakagawa

JCI Toyota

Gen Sugiura

JCI Inagi

Katsuhiro Hamajima

JCI Niwa

Minoru Hanida

JCI Kiyose

Yuji Kobayashi

JCI Ena

Hiroshi Itazu

JCI Koganei

Takahiro Sone

JCI Ohgaki

Teiichi Tanaka

JCI Komae

Hiroyuki Kuriyama

JCI Kakamigahara

Toyohiko Nokura

JCI Tachikawa

Takaharu Matsuura

JCI Kani

Munenori Wakao

JCI Tama

Tomonori Itami

JCI Kamioka

Hirokazu Shiroki

JCI Chohfu

Hidekazu Harashima

JCI Takayama

Takenori Tanaka

JCI Higashimurayama

Satoshi Koyama

JCI Gujyo

Hidetoshi Ichibutsu

JCI Hino

Tsutomu Ouchi

JCI Gero

Daisuke Mukai

JCI Machida

Daisuke Matsui

JCI Tajimi

Koji Ohmura

JCI Mitaka

Masakatsu Usui

JCI Toki

Naoto Fukao

JCI Chohfu

Hidekazu Harashima

JCI Nakatsugawa

Taiichiro Mio

JCI Higashimurayama

Satoshi Koyama

JCI Hashima

Satoshi Hanamura

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JCI Kainan

Toshihiro Kiji

JCI Shirahamatanabe

Yoichi Kimura

JCI Naga

Tomohiko Sakamoto

JCI Wakayama

Aya Sueyoshi

JCI Kurashiki

Daisuke Okamoto

JCI Kojima

Sohdai Fujii

JCI Tamashima

Naohiro Kobayashi

JCI Tamano

Takefumi Matsumoto

JCI Mimasaka

Katsutoshi Hashimoto

JCI Onoda

Hiroshige Yamagata

JCI Mine

Jitsuo Kihara

JCI Izumo

Osamu Kiyohara

JCI Izumotaisha

Atsushi Yamazaki

JCI Oki

Makoto Yamamoto

JCI Shimaneohda

Kazunori Miyamoto

JCI Hamada

Tomonori Zenda

JCI Hirata

Junji Ohshima

JCI Masuda

Kenji Shimizu

JCI Matsue

Daigo Tsubokura

JCI Yasugi

Yuichi Watanabe

JCI Tottori

Yasuho Yamane

JCI Sanuki

Shinobu Furukawa

JCI Uwajima

Shinmei Doi

JCI Ohzu

Kyosuke Miyata

JCI Saijyo

Manabu Tanaka

JCI Hohoh

Masatada Miyoshi

JCI Yawatahama

Seiji Yamanishi

JCI Sukumo

Takuya Kurimura

JCI Susaki

Kanichiro Terada

JCI Tosashimizu

Shugo Koyama

JCI Nakamura

Manabu Kamada

JCI Nangoku

Hisaki Takeuchi

JCI Komatsushima

Yasuhiro Tanaka

JCI Tokushima

Misato Ohshima

JCI Naruto

Masanori Takashima

JCI Mima

Masahide Hirokawa

JCI Asakura

Tatsuya Nakao

JCI Ukiha

Kenji Tateyama

JCI Ohmuta

Kazuhisa Nishimura

JCI Chikugo

Toshiyuki Aoki

JCI Mii

Ryosaku Baba

JCI Yanagawa

Chizuka Tachibana

JCI Yamato

Toshihiro Ushijima

JCI Nichinan

Harunosuke Ishizaki

JCI Ibusuki

Megumi Imanara

JCI Itoman

Hirotsugu Uehara

JCI Urasoe

Tsuyoshi Horikawa

JCI Uruma

Tsunehiro Isa

JCI Okinawa

Akari Yakabi

2011 JCI Annual Report


JCI Jordan Ř 2011 JCI National President: Shadi Izmiqna Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř Local Language: Arabic

National Secretariat

P.O.Box 930055, Amman 11193, Jordan Tel: +962-7777-99-333 Email: izmiqna@hotmail.com Website: www.jci.cc/local/jordan

Dinner with Orphans Goals and Actions Taken: The objective of the project was to take 30 orphans aged nine to sixteen out to a dinner to break the fast (iftar) during the holy month of Ramadan, whereby JCI members were to eat and spend some time with them. Results: Thirty Orphans had dinner and were entertained by JCI Jordan members.

English Teaching at Gaza Camp Goals and Actions Taken: The objective of this project is to help less fortunate students in the Palestinaian Gaza refugee camp in Jordan through English courses. Every Saturday, members of JCI Jordan go to the camp to teach around 35 young children ages five to seven. Additionally two classes were opened for young ladies who dropped out of schools (one advanced, and one for beginners). Results: The number of children in our classrooms has increased, in addition to the ability to open two additional classes for school drop-outs. The project is still implemented by JCI Jordan, since improvement in the knowledge of English was observed among the students.

Food Packages Goals and Actions Taken: This project was held during the holy month of Ramadan. The cost of the package was JD 20. Each package contained basic food supplies, such as sugar, flour, rice, cereals, canned products and oil. Those packages were given to families in need in refugee camps and in different areas in Amman, like Wehdat, Al Rsayfeh and Al Hashmy. Also, some of the packages were given to families in Al Aghwar.

JCI Local Organization 2011 Local President JCI Amman Ms. Reem Abdelhadi JCI PSUT Ms. Rahmeh Hamdan

2011 Project Name Gaza Camp English Teaching Newly established

Results: JCI Jordan raised JD 4380, making it possible for 219 packages to reach homes of those in need.

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National Secretariat

228-2 Yongdap-dong, Seongdong-gu, Seoul, KOREA Tel: +82-2-2244-9521 Email: korea@jci.cc Website: www.jcikorea.org W

Safeguarding Children Campaign Goals: To prevent from crimes against children, especially child molestation and car accidents in the school zones. Actions Taken: JCI Korea takes actions as a part of preventive measures for child protection, together with 353 Local Organizations in Korea in cooperation with local police stations and authorities in concern. Ĺ&#x2DC; &DPSDLJQ 6LPXOWDQHRXV FDPSDLJQ ZDV KHOG LQ  -&, /RFDO Organizations called the Day of Parents Action to Safeguard Our Children Ĺ&#x2DC; 3UHSDULQJ FDU VWLFNHUV ZLWK VORJDQ DQG OHWWLQJ SHRSOH VWLFN LW RQ the car window Ĺ&#x2DC; 'LVWULEXWLQJ ZKLVWOHV IRU NLGV WR EORZ ZKHQ WKH\ HQFRXQWHU VH[XDO criminals Ĺ&#x2DC; +DQJLQJ SODFDUGV LQ GRZQWRZQ DUHDV DQG LQ SXEOLF RIĆ&#x201A;FHV WR DOHUW Ĺ&#x2DC; 'HFODULQJ Ĺ?VDIHW\ ]RQHV ZLWKRXW VH[XDO YLROHQFH DJDLQVW FKLOGUHQĹ&#x2018; and conducting continuous actions held by JCI Local Organizations Ĺ&#x2DC; +ROGLQJ D VLJQDWXUHFROOHFWLQJ PRYHPHQW VHHNLQJ IRU WKH UHYLVLRQ of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Children Sexual Violence Prevention Actâ&#x20AC;? Ĺ&#x2DC; 2UJDQL]LQJ IXQGUDLVLQJ DFWLYLWLHV WR FROOHFW IXQGV WR LQVWDOO &&79V for the prevention of sexual violence against children Results: Improved awareness on safe society for children and precaution for car accident in the children protection zone near school. As of today, a total of 51,000 signed their names in hand writing and 2,100 people signed electronically by holding a signaturecollecting movement seeking for the revision of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Children Sexual Violence Prevention Actâ&#x20AC;?, and JCI Korea has installed CCTVs in 15 locations with collected funds.

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Medical Service in Mongolia Goals and Actions Taken: With a goal of supporting Mongolian people who suffer from inferior medical infrastructure, JCI Korea plans to improve fellowship through international civic exchange and realization of love for humanity. JCI Korea members volunteered to support the medical staff to ensure a smooth examination. Along with this, they also organized several events including food tasting of traditional Korean foods (rice ball, vegetable pancake etc.), traditional games such as arrows-throwing game and shuttlecock game and a soccer game together with local people, having a good time together. Results: JCI Korea divided the medical delegates into two teams, letting them to provide medical service in two different locations: Bayangol District and Khanhoru District in Ulanbataar. They examined the total number of 873 patients covering internal medicine, digestive organs internal medicine, orthopedics, pediatrics, pain medicine and Chinese medicine areas.


Messenger of Love Goals and Actions Taken: To realize a society wherein mankind is tied in brotherhood, JCI members offer a hope for new lives to those who are suffering from the lack of medical care, due to economic hardship, enabling children including ethnic Korean Children with heart disease in Uzbekistan to receive free surgeries. JCI Korea delegates visited Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute in Uzbekistan to select 60 initial beneficiaries-to-be among lowincome families. After reviewing their medical conditions through medical examination records and X-ray charts on site, the data was sent to breast surgical department of Bundang Cha Hospital in Korea. Based on the data received, medical staff in the hospital carefully reviewed the level of seriousness each child suffers as well as discussed various medical cure schemes. Afterwards, joint delegates of JCI Korea and Bundang Cha Hospital’s medical staff visited Uzbekistan to finally select eight children out of 28. In addition, they made visits to homes of the chosen ones, and exchanged their opinion with families on how to help them grow healthy and being hopeful for their respective futures. While staying in Korea, they will recieve loving care by JCI members. Being considerate, JCI members took them after the operation to various places for them to experience Korean cultures, and to children’s favorite theme parks. Results: Eight children with heart disease were dispatched to Korea, after which all of them returned to their own country with successful results.

JCI Local Organization JCI Busan Dongrae JCI Busan Gangseo JCI Busan Geumjeong JCI Busan Gijang

2011 Local President Bong-seob Sim Jeong-hun Lee Sang-ho Kim Chu-bum Jeong

JCI busan Gudeuk JCI Busan Haeundae JCI Busan Hangdo JCI Busanjin JCI Busan Namseo JCI Busan Saha JCI Busan Sasang

Rak-jin Joo Jong-jin Kim Hyun-sik Kim Soon-taek Im Bong-sik Jang Jong-yeol Hong Nak-jin Choi

JCI Busan Seomyeon JCI Busan Suyeong JCI Busan Yeongdo JCI Busan Yeonje JCI DongBusan JCI JungBusan JCI SeoBusan

Min-Kyung Kang Han-jang Kee Jong-Kwon Jang Byung-jik Ahn Won-ho Lee Jong-soo Hong Sang-hee Kang

JCI Anjung JCI Ansan

Jun-young Kong Young-sam Kim

JCI Anseong JCI Anyang JCI Bucheon JCI DongAnyang JCI DongDucheon JCI DongSeongnam

Sang-guk Lee Jae-kyu Yim Hyun-su Jang Tack Lee Jung-jae Lee Jin-woo Park

JCI Gapyeong JCI Goyang JCI Gunpo

Suk-won Jang Min-kyo Kim Jae-hang Moon

Guri

Tae-wook Kang

Gwacheon Gwangju Gwangmyeong Hanam Hwaseong Icheon Janghowon

Dong-hyun Kim Sang-kwon Lee Hong-chan Kim Soo-youn Lee Dong-won Han Kwang-won Yoon Wan-sik Jang

Kimpo

Ji-chul Shin

Nambucheon Namyangju Osan Paengseong Paju Pocheon

Han-gul Lee Hun-chul Youn Ji-hoon Lee Tae-hyung Choi Jong-hoon Im Dong-soo Lee

Pyeongtaek

Bo-hyung Lee

Seongnam SeongnamBundang Seoyongin Siheung Songtan

Seoung-yong Kim Dae-kwang Han Jae-hyuk Sim Jun-kyu Park Sung-jae Jo

2011 Project Name Youth baseball tournament JCI member’s family party Expending membership movement The 8th Korea-Japan youth football tournament Safeguarding children campaign Movement of expending new members Planting trees Safeguarding children campaign Safeguarding children campaign Safeguarding children campaign Cultural exchange program with JCI Japan-Hida Safeguarding children campaign JCI member family ski camp Safeguarding children campaign The 10th Yonje walking festival Safeguarding children campaign Safeguarding children campaign Scholarship support to Daeshin Girl’s Middle School Youth dream festival Middle school reading book and quiz competiton Culture Concert The 35th Anyang music festival Bucheon-Jumoonjin squid festival Elementary school football competition Volunteer work at the Orphanage Blood donation encouragement campaign Kid’s bicycle competition JCI Goyang Gateball competition Volunteer activities to combat footand-mouth desease Wangsook stream’s flood damage restore project Sending used clothes to East Timor Football competition Safeguarding children campaign Youth singing and dance competition Coming of age celebration Korea-Japan youth homestay project Janghowon town people’s health walkathon Youth singing festival to help children of families without parents 2011 amateur basketball competition Sharing hope spore Teacher’s singing competition Hanmi festival Cosmos youth singing competition The 2th Pocheon’s disabled youth athletics competition Taking picture for old citizens living alone Holding a bazaar Books donation The 3th football competition Youth basketball competition Youth dream festival

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JCI Local Organization Suwon Uijeongbu Uiwang Yangju Yangpyeong yeoju Yeongcheon Yongin Chulwon Chuncheon Daegwanryeong

2011 Local President Su-hwan Choe Sang-gin Jung Suk-hwan Moon Young-moon Kim Yong-joo Jang Byoung-mun Ko Hee-seung Lee Jung-ho Lee Sang-hee Jeon N/A Sang-hyeon Cho

Dogye

Byung-sub Kim

DonghaeBukpyeong DonghaeMukho Gangneung Goseong

Sung-won Oh Song-min Min Young-hun Cho Yeong-sang Han

Hambaek

Dong-hyeuk Yoon

Hoengseong Hongcheon

Dae-chul Jeong Dong-ki Jung

Hwacheon

Seong-eun Kim

Inje Jeongseon Jumunjin

Young-jin Kim Kwan-woong Ji Dae-sun Choi

Pyeongchang Sabuk Samcheok Sokcho

Seong-ho Bak Jong-ho Yun Hyuk-jun Kim Gyeong-sup Lee

Taebaek Wondeok

Hyun-kwan Hong Jong-hee Kim

Wonju Yanggu

Woong Park Young-il Kim

Yangyang Yeongwol

Tae-young Choi Gi-jong Kim

Boeun Cheongju Cheongwon Chungju Daeso Danyang Eumseong Goesan Guemwang

In-soo Yoon Jae-jin Ha Jae-hong Kim Wan-sik Lim Chang-ki Kim Sang-hoon Lee Myoung-hwan Han Dong-hyun Lee Gwang-jin Lee

Gwanghyewon Jecheon Jeungpyeong

Jae-gil Lee Sang-young Lim Sin-won Kwon

Jincheon Jungwon Okcheon Seocheongju

Seung-woo Nam Seong-bin Cho Jung-bum Kim Hyoung-Moon Ki

Yeongdong

Seoung-ho Son

2011 JCI Annual Report

2011 Project Name Medical volunteer service Youth painting festival Youth military camp Basketball competition Kids bicycle competition foot vallyball competition Youth singing festival The 24th citizen walkathon Safeguarding children campaign Safeguarding children campaign Campaign wishing for 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics Volunteer activities to combat foot-andmouth desease Footsal competition Youth badminton competition Dano Ssireum festival JCI Goseong President’s soccer match with military Volunteer activities to combat foot-andmouth desease Safeguarding children campaign The 2nd JCI Hongcheon President’s Gateball Competition Campaign wishing for 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics Street basketball competition Music concert for local teenager A project to send foreign married women to their parent’s home Senior citizen singing contest Kids drawing contest Children bicycle competition The 2nd JCI Sokcho President’s Badminton Competition Colleagian’s snow sculpture competition Volunteer activities to combat foot-andmouth disease Culture trip for children without parents Volunteer activities to combat foot-andmouth disease travel voucher for poor children Finding treasures in Dongkang river festival Aircraft model competition Fullmoon Namseok bridge festival Woonbo art contest Chungbuk student art contest Daeso town “harmony” walking festival 2011 Azalea queen contest Eunseong redpepper festival Goesan redpepper festival Geumwang town “one heart” walking festival Making the bright world project Chungcheongbukdo art contest The book festival for Jeungpyeong residents Jincheon Film festival Street basketball competition The day of the Chulhyangin event Grandparents families’ culture experience day Nangye Korean traditional music festival

JCI Local Organization Yeongdong Anmyeongdo Beongcheon

2011 Local President Seoung-ho Son Dae-Ho Lee Bong-kun Han

Buyeo Cheonan

Hyoung-il Lee Kyoung-nam Moon

Daecheon

Seong-Chen Lee

Daesan Dangjin Dongcheonan Ganggyeong Gongju Guemsan Gwangcheon Haemi Hakampo

Gi-young Kim Kee-hoo Hong Nam-il Kim Dae-kwon Kim Yong-soon Lee Bum-suk Shin Yong-suk Su N/A Won-sang Park

Hapdeok Hongseong

Jong-tae Kim Ho-jin Jeon

Janghang Jeongan Jochiwon Nonsan

Young-duck Bang Rae-hun Jang Yeo-Seong Yun Sang-jin Wang

Onyang Sapgyo

Cheol-yong Lee Kwnag-su Jung

Seocheon Seonghwan Seosan

Byeon-hak Lee Sung-min Bang Young-teak Sim

Taean Yeonmu

Song-nam Park Sang-su Ko

Yesan Buan BukJeonju

In-gwon Bang Sang-kook Han In-jin Kim

DongIri DongJeongju Dongnamwon

Sung-kwan Han Joung-yong Im Byoung-sam Kim

Gochang

Jin-bae Park

Gunsan

Seong-hwan Jeon

Iksan Imsil Iri Jangsu Jeongeup

N/A N/A Ji-Hwan Hwang N/A Hyun-Chul Yu

Jeonju

Dong-moon Lee

Jinan Kimje

Tae-in Kim Sung-Hun Kim

Nambuan

Yang-soo Choi

Namwon Osu Seojeonju Sintaein Sunchang

Byoung-chel You Sang-kun Lee Kwan-young Jeong Jung-min Lee Dae-hwan Lim

2011 Project Name Nangye Korean traditional music festival Anmyeongdo festival for senior residents Fire festival in commemoration of 3.1 Independence movement day Baekje culture festival Golf tournament to help children with heart disease and cancer Golf tournament to help children with heart disease and cancer Sunrise festival Youth street basketball competition 11th Mt.Taejo youth song festival Sharing briqettes and korosene oil Youth exchange program 2011 joint wedding march The 9th Mt.Oseo purple-eulaia climbing Safeguarding children campaign Teacher Jong-il Lee ceremonial and sketching competition Moon-viewing event Manhae festival - writing, calligraphy competition Youth culture festival Visiting elderly citizens’s home project Cultivating global talent project Mutual exchange visits with JCI TaiwanTianzhoung The 61st campaign Youth sketching contest in memorial of Yun Bong-Gil the Martyr Youth cultural festival Multicultural family festival The 32nd writing contest for the 466th birth celebration of admiral Soon-shin Lee Conference school for youth The celebration to revival of army training center Joint wedding festival to creat lovely home Supervision of youth leadership academy The 6th Scholorship support for outstanding student, hosted by JCI Bukjeonju Safeguarding children campaign Harmony festival for making beautiful world Expanding activities to join new outstanding members The 38th Gochang Moyang-Sungje-Dapseong festival The 17th JCI Asia-Pacific senete golf tournament Safeguarding children campaign Safeguarding children campaign Wangkoong leprosy living area support project Safeguarding children campaign The 4th elementary School English drama contest Cultural exchange project commemorating JCI Japan-doyoohkka’s 45th anniversary Jinan country singing contest “Kimchi Delivery Service” for disadvantaged neighborhood The 32th Julpo folklore and folk kite competition 2011 Multicultural family camp The 2011 Imsil cheese spring festival Jeonju rice wine festival with global citizens Jeongeup youth harmony festival The 1st JCI Sunchang billiard competition


JCI Local Organization Taein

2011 Local President Gi-young Jang

Wanju Beolgyo Boseong Damyang DongGwangyang DongMokpo

Jin-ho Kim Bong-hwan Park Seung-ju Bak Ho-ram Jeong Hun-goon Kim Woo-Jin Park

Gangjin Goheung Gokseong Gurae Gwangyang

Tae-jung Kim Dong-man Bang Deok-Gu Gang Dong-gyu Ham Sung-jin Park

Haenam Hampyeong Hwasun

Yun-o Gang Yeong-su Im Yong-geun Kim

Jangheung Jangseong

Yeom-hee Yeam Yong-il Byeon

Jindo JungSuncheon Mokpo Muan

Seung-gu Kim Eun-jong Kim Je-ung Ham Dong-won Choi

Naju Namak Narodo Nokdong Seongju Sinan Suncheon Wando Yeocheon Yeongam Yeonggwang Yeosu Andong Angang Angye Bonghwa

Hyun-seok Yoon Sung-eun Choi Han-yeong Seo In-cheol Gang Dae-yoon Oh Hyeon-yul Sin Sung-jun Lee Hyeon-mo Yang Woo-young Choi Hyeong-gon Kim Dong-kyu Kim Sang-uk Wi Sang-lyol Lim Sung-ryoung Jung Seung-jae Lee Seong-jin Hwang

Cheongdo Cheongsong DongGyeongju DongKimcheon Gimcheon Goryeong Gumi Gunwi Guryongpo

Hak-su Kim Sub-kwon Yong Gyeong-uk Choi Young-hoon Choi Sung-jin Byun Young-jun Choi Dong-hwan Moon Gi-suk Jang Gwang-min Kim

Gyeongsan Hamchang Heunghae Jeomchon Kyeongju Mungyeong NamGyeongju NamUljin

Jeung-chang Seo Dong-ki Shin In-seok Yoon Sun-tae Kwon Dong-ho Lee Jeong-hwan Park Kyu-tae Han Hyun-chul Hwang

2011 Project Name 3.1 Independence movement reproduction ceremony The 42nd JCI Jeonbuk regional convention Summer camp The 40th founding anniversary Campaign for boosting regional economy Gwangyang underwater purification activity Helping the organization for disabled person named the house of little flowers Helping for adolescent without family Bench-marking market activities Cultural festival : Rice offered to Buddha Campaign for promoting childbirth The 5th midsummer night’s film festival for Gwangyang citizens Campaign for loving Haenam Campaign for boosting regional economy Visiting the Blue house with the student councils of elementary school around Hwasun Gate ball competition for senior citizens Visiting the Blue house with the student councils and multicultural families Athletic festival Afforestation of Mt. Bongha Campaign for doubling new members Visiting the Blue house with a student representative of Muangun The 40th founding anniversary Safeguarding children campaign Naro drawing contest The 12th fireworks festival Medical services for senior citizens Visiting Blue house program Leadership development program Festival for Mandantory military service man Silver carp-catching festival Wangin festival for 1318 youth Campaign to develop Yeonggwang Yeosu expo 2012 promotion campaign Drawing contest Folk village children’s painting contest Cultural festival for citizens City culture experience program for students living in the countryside Cheongdo children festival Cheongsong summer riverside festival A party for the village elders Children English speech contest Rice donation ceremony Hope party Plus hope quiz festival A party for children without family The 9th guryongpo beach festival and squid catching event with bare hands Gyeongsan children festival

the 61st anniversary of spirit appeasement The 89th children’s day commemoration Bike festival Mungyeongsaejae Film Festival Conference class for teenagers Uljin triathlon

JCI Local Organization Pohang Punggi Sangju

2011 Local President Sang-min Lee Min-ju Kim In-suk Hwang

Seongju SinGyeongju Sunsan

Myung-seok Park Gyeong-ju Sin Jeong-uk Lim

Uiseong Uljin Ulleung Waegwan

Chang-gyu Park Jong-sik Jun Lim-soo Song Hyun-jong Kim

Yecheon Yeongdoek Yeongju Yeongyang Changnyeong Changwon DongMasan Geochang Geoje Goseong Hadong Haman

Gye-su Shin Seoung-wook Park Kun-chun Lee Gu-youl Nam En-sik Woo Young-kwon Seo Hee-chul Park Bum-suk Kang Jeong-sik Kim Chul-won Lee One-ki Lee Gap-sung Han

Hapcheon Jangseungpo Jangyu

Sang-jung Na Sang-soo Lee Dong-yul Kim

Jinhae Jinju Jinjunamgang

Sung-min Yoon In-gu Back Jong-hoa Baek

Jinyeong Kimhae

Kyoung-ho Choi Hyo-seok Kang

Masan Milyang

Je-wook Ha Jeong-hyun An

Namhae Namji NamMasan Sacheon

Seung-hyo Han Tae-young Yoon Sung-ho Kim Baek-joo Cho

SaeChangwon Samcheonpo

He-jung Lee Hee-suk Jung

Sancheong SinMilyang Tongyeong Ungsang Yangsan BukUlsan

Eue-chang Jung Jung-phil Kim Dae-won Kim Sook-won Kwon Sung-jin Nam Tae-ho Kim

DongUlsan

Tae-ho Kim

JungUlsan

Pan-young Sim

NamUlju NamUlsan Ulju Ulsan

Hwi-wung Seo Seong-hun Yang Jeong-hyun Park Byoung-soo Kim

2011 Project Name Love Neighborhood campaign Punggi ginseng Marathon Football competition and Kids painting contest A party for the village elders The 3rd Mt.Dansuk azalea festival Twinning Event with JCI Phillippines-San Pablo Youth festival Reading books Quiz show Sea loach catching festival The 11th Nakdong river environment art festival Joint wedding ceremony Yeongdeok children festival The 34th writing and painting competition Folklore swing contest New Year’s Festival Changwon Love Drawing Competition New Year Festival New Year Festival Writing Contest for Youths Vollyball competition with Goseong citizens Brother, Sister, Friendship Sports Festival 2011 Haman Children’s Day Festival and Youth Hanmadang Festival Children Big Party Volunteer activities for isolated people The 10th healthy running competition for Jangyu-myeon residents Safeguarding children campaign Safeguarding children campaign JCI JinjuNamgang President’s Children folk play competition 23th JCI Korea-JINYOUNG drawing contest Essay and drawing contest of Korea-Japan Children Drawing contest for Children in Changwon Miryang Arirang Festival “Miryang Arirnag Fantagy” Children’s day ceremony and festival Safeguarding children campaign Safeguarding children campaign The 25th Sachon International Children’s Painting Contest Changwon New Year Party ‘Hope Project’ for activation of JCI Samcheonpo Gyeongsangnamdo rafting competition The 7th Farmchild Dream Sports Day Safeguarding children campaign The 2nd Children’s day - Family Hanmadang Yangsan City Children festival Writing contest in memorial of devoted son, Songdo Support to Soccer organizations, Ulsan Donggu Institutions The 14th elementary school student English Speech Contest 4.8 Independence Movement Reproduction 20th Anniversary Celebration Safeguarding children campaign Hosting the 60th National Convention

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2011 Local President Chang-jin Yang Suk-wan Bae Jae-bok Oh

Hangyeong Hanrim Jeju JejuNamwon Jocheon Jungmun Moseulpo Pyosun Seongwipo

Bong-gil Han Il-seong Yang Jung-Chul Ko Seong-jin An Young-sik Ko Kyung-hong Lim Choon-beom Yoo Jong-hyup Han Cheol-yong Kim

Seongsanpo SinJeju BukDaegu Daegu Daegu Ladies DaeguDaedeok DaeguDalseo DaeguDongbuk DaeguGangbuk DaeguPalgong

Yong-soo Hong Sang-hee Kim Jeong-wook Park Gwang-seob Lee Ji-young Lee Seung-kok Back Chan-sik Yun We-hey Gu Kwang-woo Kim Phill-kyu Cheon

DaeguSeongseo DaeguSuseong

Hae-nyung Lee Jin-o Jang

Dalseong

Gu-Hwa Lee

DongDaegu JungDaegu

Sang-zik Yeo Dae-hyeon Kim

NamDaegu

Chung-hyo Yun

SeoDaegu

Jae-hun Kwak

DongIncheon Incheon

Soo-il Koh Chang-yeul Lee

IncheonBupyeong IncheonGyeyang IncheonNamdong

Yong-seon Park Jin-woo Bae Byung-jae Kim

IncheonSongdo SeoIncheon

Hyo-young Lee Chang-wook Kang

BukGwangju DongGwangju Gwangju Gwangju Ladies GwangjuGeumho GwangjuHanam GwangjuMudeung Gwangsan JungGwangju NamGwangju SeoGwangju Songjeong BukDaejeon South Daejeon

Kyung-rok Lee Boo-gun Park Sang-gwon Lee Oh-sook Lee Kwang-sick Seo Sung-ho Park Gil-soo Kim Kyoung-yeal Choi Kyung-don Lee Dong-ki Lee Chun-soo Park Jong-ho Park Young-jae Yim Chang-sik Kim

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2011 Project Name 2011 Aewol filial piety movement project Campaign for encouragement of childbirth One day restaurant to help children without parents Hangyeong Senior gateball competition Safeguarding children campaign 2011 youth leadership academy JejuNamwon's 30 years recording project 3.1 independence day marching festival Sharing love campaign Safeguarding children campaign Summer swiming school The 40th Anniversary ceremony and commemoration Safeguarding children campaign Safeguarding children campaign Safeguarding children campaign Children's essay contest Safeguarding children campaign Daegu prisoner support project The 39th anniversary Volunteer activities for rural communities The 1st Daegu student choir competition Setting up a sisterhood relationship with JCI Mongolia-Ereudenet Safeguarding children campaign The monthly meeting and ceremonial day with Suseong multicultural family Sharing love for senior citizens living alone and children residential environment improvement project Safeguarding children campaign Junggu photo shots and tea parties for the elderly citizens's longevity Volunteer service and membership improvement program with NamDaegu office Another twinning Local Organization Development project Youth conference skill school Putting on name-tag campaign to prevent missing children The 6th youth concert Medical relief service to Mongolia Joint sports event with Michuhall school students Youth dance festival The 13th hometown heritage trip and essay contest Safeguarding children campaign Korean language festival for foreigners Safeguarding children campaign Safeguarding children campaign Safeguarding children campaign Safeguarding children campaign Safeguarding children campaign Music festival Summer camp Korea-China Cultural exchange program Party for multicultural families Joint wedding ceremony Making a green Daejeon city project Cultural experience project for the underprivileged family

JCI Local Organization DaejeonDaedeok

2011 Local President Jung-tae Gim

DaejeonDunsan DongDaejeon Hanbat SeoDaejeon Yuseong Korea-Osaka Korea-Fukuoka Korea-Kyoto

Jae-hong Lee Jin-seop Yeom Yeon-geun Oh Gyeong-seop Gim Dae-yun Song Matsubara Tatsuhito Seong-dae Kim Myung-kyun Kim

Korea-Tohoku

Abe Yoshito

2011 Project Name Maebong primary school Safeguarding children project Multicultural experience festival Donggu Panangol Dano festival Tree planting festival The 24th party for hearing impaired senior The 30th anniversary celebrations Korean speech contest Korea-Japan youth baseball competition Maenghogi Korea-Japan youth football competition Culture experience festival


JCI Latvia Biedrība JCI Latvia

Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Ivars Raciņš Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř Local Language: Latvian

National Secretariat

P.Brieza street 8-1, Riga, LV1010, Latvia Tel: +371-27717111 Email: jcilatvia@jci.lv Website: www.jci.lv

Leadership Youth Summer Camp: Your way to Entrepreneurship Goals and Actions Taken: Date: August 16-18 Location: Dobele JCI Latvia together with local government of Dobele organized a three-day Leadership camp for 18-20 year-old young people with aim to promote entrepreneurship and JCI values in youth. During the three days, young people developed their teamwork, sales, presentation, cooperation, leadership skills and constructed marketing and advertising campaigns for real companies and presented them at the end to representatives of local government, a local magazine and entrepreneurs. Results: Ř  \RXQJ SHRSOH KDYH WDNHQ the part in camp Ř 0RVW RI WKHP VWDUWHG WR think about entrepreneurship after ending the studies or immediately Ř 7KHUH XVHG WR EH WKH -&, Local Organization in Dobele in the past. The negotiation about re-establishing Local Organization in Dobele have been started after the camp Ř 2QH UHDO VRFLDO SURMHFW IRU WKH ORFDO WRZQ KDV EHHQ VWDUWHG DIWHU the camp Ř ,W ZDV DJUHHG WR PDNH WKH VLPLODU FDPS QH[W \HDU DQG -&, /DWYLD plans to copy this good experience also in other regions and local societies to promote JCI movement and values amoung young people

Baltic Spark (JCI Baltic Spring Conference) Goals and Actions Taken: Date: March 25 to 26 Location: Riga JCI Baltic Spark 2011 conference was organised in two parts and was attented by more than 120 people. The first day was organised by JCI Latvia in cooperation with Latvian Employers Federation with the aim to promote SME (small-medium entrepreneurship) among young people. The second day was already a traditional JCI Baltic conference which happens every spring in one of three Baltic countries, to strengthen friendship and international cooperation among these countries and JCI organizations. The event was attended by more than 50 international guests from Lithuania, Estonia, Finland, Sweden, Norway and Germany. Results: Ř 0RUH WKDQ  SDUWLFLSDQWV Ř ,QIRUPDWLRQ DERXW FRQIHUHQFH DQG UHFRJQLWLRQ RI -&, /DWYLD increased in public media The cooperation with Latvian Empoyers Federation (LEF) strengthened. It was first joint project with such a big partner. LEF is an oficial social partner of Government of Republic of Latvia and implements and promotes UN Global Compact in our country.

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Speed-up Conference (Uzr viens) Goals and Actions Taken: Date: October 13 Location: Riga To ensure stability and economic growth in the country, society needs energetic, innovative, and active citizens who come up with new ideas, set up enterprises, create new working places, and positively contribute to the national economy. In the current economical situation the initiative and courage of young Latvian entrepreneurs is particularly important. In order to promote entrepreneurship, JCI Latvia Riga New organizes a conference for young entrepreneurs and leaders â&#x20AC;&#x153;UZR VIENSâ&#x20AC;? for four years in a row. In 2008, 2009, and 2010 around 200 participants attended the conference. Each year 12 speakers take the floor during the conference day to make inspiring presentations about such topics as how to start a business, where to draw inspiration and ideas, what is important when thinking about oneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s finances and employees. The participants of this conference give a very positive feedback and therefore JCI Latvia Riga New organized this conference also in 2011. Objectives of the conference: Ĺ&#x2DC;)RVWHUHQWUHSUHQHXUVKLSLQLWLDWLYHZLWKVSHFLDODWWHQWLRQWR potential and young entrepreneurs Ĺ&#x2DC;,QIRUPVRFLHW\DERXW-&,/DWYLDLWVJRDOVYLUWXHVDQGDFWLYLWLHV Ĺ&#x2DC;5HFUXLWQHZPHPEHUVIRU-&,/DWYLD Conference â&#x20AC;&#x153;UZR VIENS 2011â&#x20AC;? is a non-profit project run by JCI Latvia Riga New as a contribution to the development of Latvian economy. Audience of the conferences: young entrepreneurs, potential entrepreneurs, managers, students, JCI members and potential members. Forecasted number of participants is from 100 to 250. Scope of the conference: dynamic, slightly different from usual conference formats, with the speakers who are professionals and leaders in their field and who will provide practical and useful information as well as positive motivation for the participants. Results: 100 participants. Information about the conference appeared at Latvian National Radio, Latvian Television as well as in several newspapers and Internet media. After the conference, two new members joined JCI Latvia who helped to re-establish JCI Latvia regional Liepaja Local Organization in December 2011.

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JCI Local Organization JCI MB Riga

2011 Local President Anete Balti a

2011 Project Name Baltic Spark; National convention

JCI Riga New JCI Riga JCI Jelgava JCI Cesis JCI Liepaja

Baiba Koci a Agnese K li a-Stomere M r te Pumpure L ga M s naJ El na Immere

Uzr viens (Speed-Up) Budapest-Bamako rally team New chapter established Sep.2011 New chapter established Dec.2011


JCI Lebanon Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Olga Majzoub Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř Local Language: Arabic

National Secretariat

Hazmieh—Mar Takla, Elias Sarkis Street, Mar Takla Building—4th floor, Lebanon Tel: +961-3-348826 Email: info@jci-lebanon.org Website: www.jci.cc/lebanon W

Awdat al Daad Goals: The objective from this campaign was to create awareness about the misuse and overturn of the spoken Arabic among young people who are losing one of their essential skills, language skills. This campaign gave the members of AUB community the opportunity to enhance their spoken Arabic through fun activities, competitions, and performances. Actions Taken: Ř &RQWDFWLQJ SDUWQHUV WR GHFLGH RQ WKH LGHD RI WKH HYHQW Ř 6LWWLQJ ZLWK WKH GHVLJQHU WR FRPH XS ZLWK FDWFK\ VORJDQV Ř &RQWDFWLQJ $8% VWXGHQWV WR SHUIRUP LQ $UDELF DV SDUW RI WKH event Ř 3ULQWLQJ SRVWHUV DQG ERRNPDUNV WR SURPRWH WKH HYHQW DQG WKH cause Ř $UUDQJLQJ IRU VHYHUDO 79 LQWHUYLHZV LQ RUGHU WR SURPRWH WKH event and the cause Results: The AUB community became aware about the importance of their mother language as part of their culture and personal skills, and how it is being very misused lately. In addition, through the TV interviews about the cause, the youth became aware about this issue and have shown interest in improving their use of their mother language. Furthermore, some foreigners joined our event and said that this initiative has given them a stronger incentive to learn Arabic and appreciate it. JCI was seen to be addressing important factors affecting the youth’s personal skills and cultural belonging.

AUB’s Got Talent Goals and Actions Taken: Ř 5DLVLQJ IXQGV IRU -&, $8%őV future projects Ř *DLQLQJ H[SRVXUH WKURXJKRXW AUB and the media Ř ,QYROYLQJ DV PDQ\ $8% students as possible in JCI events Ř ,QYROYLQJ PDQ\ -&, $8% members in the organization process in order for them to learn the necessary skills in planning and implementing projects Ř ,QGLUHFWO\ SURPRWLQJ LQGLYLGXDO GHYHORSPHQW DQG FRQƂGHQFH through encouraging students to perform in front of a public audience and credible judges Results: A very successful talent show having over 500 attendees, hosted by JCI AUB, which advertised the talented students of AUB as well as the new JCI organization at the American University of Beirut to students and the Lebanese community. A total of US $3,793 was collected from selling tickets for the talent show to AUB students and to the outside community, and through the donation of a local bank that supports activities portraying the talents of future graduates. Therefore, the overall results of the talent show are: Ř $Q DGGLWLRQDO  86' DGGHG WR WKH -&, $8% DFFRXQW WR EH used for projects of the spring semester Ř ([WHQVLYH DGYHUWLVHPHQW RI WKH -&, $8% RUJDQL]DWLRQ WR $8% students through posters, and to the outside community via radio announcements and complete televised media coverage of the event (one live coverage and two television interviews) Ř 3URPRWLRQ RI WKH WDOHQWV RI HQUROOHG FRQWHVWDQWV WR WKH RXWVLGH community Ř 6WURQJ QHWZRUNLQJ RI DOO LQYROYHG PHPEHUV ZLWK WKH EXVLQHVV world Ř 3HUVRQDO JURZWK DQG GHYHORSPHQW RI DOO LQYROYHG -&, $8% members

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GBO Lebanon Goals and Actions Taken: The objective of the program is to train 28 participants between 20 to 28 years old from UAE, Colombia and Lebanon and build their business planning skills to develop their own projects. It is designed to empower those participants and boost their entrepreneurial skills. It lasted 17 days and the actions taken were: Ĺ&#x2DC;&UHDWHDSDUWQHUVKLSZLWK(6$8QLYHUVLW\WRHQVXUHWKHWUDLQLQJ venue Ĺ&#x2DC;3UHSDUHWKHWUDLQLQJFRQWHQWDQGGLYLGHWKHPRGXOHV Ĺ&#x2DC;&RQWDFWKLJKFDOLEHUWUDLQHUVDQGXQLYHUVLW\SURIHVVRUVWRFRQGXFW the needed modules Ĺ&#x2DC;&RQWDFWZHOOHVWDEOLVKHGDQGVXFFHVVIXOHQWUHSUHQHXULDOEXVLQHVV and agree to with them to do a site visit to their premises Ĺ&#x2DC;6HOHFWWKHSDUWLFLSDQWVDQGSURPRWHWKHHYHQW Ĺ&#x2DC;&RQWDFWWKHPHGLDIRUWKHFRYHUDJH Ĺ&#x2DC;2UJDQL]HDQRSHQLQJFHUHPRQ\DQGDFORVLQJGLQQHUDQGLQYLWH VIPs, Ambassadors, members and media Ĺ&#x2DC;3UHSDUHWURSKLHVDQGDZDUGVWKH810'*V Results: Ĺ&#x2DC;*UHDWH[SRVXUHIRU-&,/HEDQRQDQGJUHDWDZDUHQHVVFUHDWHG about JCI in the Lebanese community Ĺ&#x2DC;*UHDWSDUWQHUVKLSFUHDWHGEHWZHHQ-&,/HEDQRQ(6$DQG$O Ahly Group CSR Division Ĺ&#x2DC;7KHOLYHVRIWKHSDUWLFLSDQWVZHUHSRVLWLYHO\LPSDFWHG Ĺ&#x2DC;5HFUXLWPHQWRIVL[QHZPHPEHUV

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2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Beirut

Andre Abi Awad

Business Networking Event

JCI AUB

Gheed Makkaoui

AUB's Got Talent

JCI Saidon

Nathalie Roukoz

JCI Byblos

Imad Najem

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JCI Lesotho Home again

Ř 2011 JCI National President: Mrs Matseliso Khesa-Mokone Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř Local Language: Sesotho

National Secretariat

LCCI Business Park, Corner Orpen and Princess Margaret Roads, Maseru, Lesotho Tel: +266-22-311-066 Email: lgchefa@yahoo.co.uk

Goals and Actions Taken: Ř 7R PDNH RUSKDQDJHV OLYDEOH IRU WKH KRPHOHVV DQG YXOQHUDEOH children Ř $GRSW DQ RUSKDQDJH Ř &ROOHFWHG ƂUHZRRG Ř %RXJKW FRDO VWRYH IRU FKLOGUHQ Ř %RXJKW JURFHULHV IRU RUSKDQV Ř 0RELOL]HG ,QVWLWXWH IRU 'HYHORSPHQW 0DQDJHPHQW WR SURYLGH firewood Results: Ř 0DOLEXVHQJ &KLOGUHQ +RPH ZDV LGHQWLƂHG DQG DGRSWHG Ř )RRG DQG ZRRG VXSSOLHV ZHUH SXUFKDVHG DQG GHOLYHUHG WR Malibuseng Children Home Ř &OHDQHG DQ RUSKDQDJH SODQW Ř %RXJKW DQG LQVWDOOHG D FRDO VWRYH DW WKH 0DOLEXVHQJ &KLOGUHQ Home Ř  &KLOGUHQ EHQHƂWHG IURP WKH 0DOLEXVHQJ &KLOGUHQ +RPH

Better Health for All Goals and Actions Taken: Ř 7R UDLVH DZDUHQHVV RI GLDEHWHV RQ VRFLDO PHGLD FDPSDLJQV were spread by members on their Facebook profiles and the JCI Lesotho group on Facebook Ř 0RELOL]HG .KDQ\D &OLQLF WR SDUWQHU ZLWK -&, Results: Ř  SHRSOH ZHUH WHVWHG IRU GLDEHWHV Ř .KDQ\D &OLQLF FRQGXFWHG WKH WHVWLQJ Ř )DFHERRN XVHUV ZHUH LQIRUPHG DERXW WKH GDQJHUV DQG DERXW WKH importance of testing for diabetes Ř 0HPEHUV DFTXLUHG QHZ NQRZOHGJH DQG LQIRUPDWLRQ DERXW diabetes

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Maseru

Ms Lipuo Molap

Children off from streets

JCI Roma

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JCI Lithuania JCI Lietuva

Ř 2011 JCI National President: Gintaras Ignatavičius Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř Local Language: Lithuanian

National Secretariat

Verkių g. 5A-60, 08218, Vilnius, Lithuania Tel: +37063057117 Email: info@jci.lt Website: www.jci.lt

Public Speaking Championship Goals and Actions Taken: The main project goal is to educate society on public speaking. Results: Local Organizations organized the local public speaking championships and elected the best representataves from their organizations. The Championship final was publically organized during the JCI Lithuania National Convention in an open atmosphere, so every person who was interested could listen to the speeches under the theme of “Being human—means being responsible.”

Colorful life (Spalvotas gyvenimas) Goals and Actions Taken: The main project goal is to color public spaces in Lithuania’s cities. Benches, kindergarden places, etc. Results: The Project started in 2005 in the city of Panevezys. It has been running for several years and an increasing number of JCI Local Organizations have since joined the project. In 2010, it was made into a National project and was carried out in four different cities. This year, this project was implemented as a national one as well, including eight different cities, involving 220 volunteers, coloring 1500 m2.

JCI Green project (JCI Žaliasis projektas) Goals and Actions Taken: The main project goal is to inform society about global warming and about how to live the “green” life. It is a cycle of seminars, conferences and sports events about global warming and the actions people can take to decrease its effect. Results: The project started in 2010 in two cities of Lithuania. This year it was made into a National project across four different cities.

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JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Sostine

Danielius Pralgauskis

Enterpreneurship Academy

JCI Kaunas

Lukas Abelkis

Leadership Academy: "Improve Yourself"

JCI Šiauliai

Gediminas Trijonis

TAFISA and JCI partnership 2012 for "Active people and Better World"

JCI Panevėžys

Aušra Skrudupaitė

OMOYIARI spirit

JCI Kaipėda

Audrius Lukošius

Language Academy: "Be Better in English"

JCI Šiauliai

Gediminas Trijonis

JCI summer camp

JCI Vilnius

Olga Lagun

JCI CYEA


JCI Luxembourg

Jeune Chambre Economique du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg

Ř 2011 JCI National President: Victor Gallavardin Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH French Ř Local Language: German and English

National Secretariat

c/o Chambre de Commerce du GrandDuché de Luxembourg 7, rue Alcide de Gasperi L-2981 Luxembourg-Kirchberg Tel: +352-691-101-448 Email: info@jcluxembourg.com Website: www.jci.lu

The Women’s Sense of Entrepreneurship

Microfinance in Promoting Sustainable Development Goals and Actions Taken: To promote sustainable development by organizing a conference on the topic which will be presented to members and friends. Results: Invitation of Kaspar Wansleben, Executive Director at Luxembourg Microfinance and Development Fund for a conference around the topic of “Microfinance in Promoting Sustainable Development, Is it an Illusion?” JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Luxembourg

David Senegas Rouviere

GIN

Goals and Actions Taken: To promote gender equality and empower women by organizing a conference on the topic. Results: Around games and presentation, JCI members, friends and invited public were trained by the President of “Femmes Leaders Luxembourg” to the woman way of management and integration in the process.

Global Issues Network (GIN) Goals and Actions Taken: To promote the JCI Active Citizen Framework and JCI to student by participating in the “Global Issues Network” (GIN) with students from all over the world. Results: Presentation of the JCI Active Citizen Framework to 200 students coming from all over the world.

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JCI Macao, China Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Dennis Lam Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH Chinese

National Secretariat

No. 7, Rua da Santa Clara, Edif. Ribeiro 2-A, Macau, China Tel: +853-28565218 Email: info@macaujc.com.mo Website: www.macaujc.com.mo

2011 Corporate Social Responsibility International Forum Goals and Actions Taken: 2011 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) series of activities included “We are Ready” workshop, CSR International forum and an Enterprise Experience Tour. One of the series activities of 2011 Corporate Social Responsibility, the workshop “We are Ready” was held at 2nd Floor, function room, Royal Hotel on August 27, 2011. Mr. Brain Ho, the director of China Section in CSR Asia, was invited to share the latest news and the elements of CSR. The core event, Corporate Social Responsibility International Forum, was held September 3, 2011, at the Macao Tower Convention and Entertainment Centre. This year, we have invited the 2008 JCI President Graham Hanlon, representatives from University of International Business and Economics, Huawei Technology and ORBIS Macau to be our speakers at the forum. Another enterprise experience tour in the Huawei China Headquarter, Shenzhen was held October 8, 2011. Huawei is a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider and one of 500 world enterprises. Delegation experienced the real example that how CSR brings actual benefits to business.

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JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

Pan Mac Junior Chamber

Michael Lou

2011 Adult Commitment Day

Hou Kong Junior Chamber

Vincent Ip

A Decade of Green-Act of LOHAS and Harmony

2011 JCI Annual Report

2011 Adult Commitment Day Goals and Actions Taken: 2011 Adult Commitment Day was held at Yuet Wah College by Pan Mac Junior Chamber. This is the 12th year of the series project. Teenagers at the age of 18 participated in the oath section for committing to being a active citizen from 18 years old onwards. The series of projects included a Training Workshop, Rap talk competition and the Commitment Day. Over 100 teenagers participated in the event. Hong Kong Famous singers FAMA were invited as ambassadors for the captioned event.

A Decade of Green-Act of LOHAS and Harmony Goals and Actions Taken: 2011 LOHAS Series Project by Hou Kong Junior Chamber. Flower pot design competition was held successfully on July 10. Over 80 teams participated in this event and in order to strengthen the idea of LOHAS, participants were requested to design the empty drink bottles with their creative ideas, starting from kids and teenagers with their family members. Moreover, participants from Macau Special Olympics were invited to join this event as well with the hotel volunteers at Escola Kao Ip.


JCI Madagascar Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Ezidine Amady Moussa Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH French Ĺ&#x2DC;/RFDO/DQJXDJH Malagasy and French

National Secretariat

CITE Ambatonakanga, BP 74 101 - Antananarivo MADAGASCAR Tel: +261320411176 Website: www.jci.cc/madagascar

JCI Nothing But Nets Ĺ&#x2DC;  LQVHFWLFLGHWUHDWHG QHWV ZHUH GLVWULEXWHG LQ 7RDPDVLQD with JCI President Kentaro Harada, the JCI Growth and Development Director for Africa and the first lady of Madagascar Mialy Rajoelina Ĺ&#x2DC;  LQVHFWLFLGHWUHDWHG QHWV GLVWULEXWHG LQ )DQDQGUDKDQD Ĺ&#x2DC; 'LVWULEXWLRQ RI LQVHFWLFLGHWUHDWHG QHWV LQ IRXU YLOODJHV DW 1RV\ %H located in the Northern part of Madagascar, for 375 homes

Lutte Contre le Paludisme Made a medicine donation to prevent malaria to more than 2,000 women.

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Antananarivo JCI Vohitrâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;iarivo JCI Arivo JCI Ilonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;iarivo

Tojo Rakotozafy Thierry Ralala Narindra Razafindrabe Johary Rakotozafy

Zazasoa Education Environnementale Team Building Lutte Contre la Malnutrition

JCI Tomasina

Roderick Angelo Rabenjarijaona Appui a la Creation et a la Rrecherche dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;empoi Manfred Ramandaniarivo Transformation de dechets Menagers en compost Elienne Rajaonson Participation a la journĂŠe mondiale de lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;environnement Nirina Arlette Tolilala Formation du public sur lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;entrepreneuriat Toky Armel Ranjatonantenaina Soutien aux lepreux GĂŠrard Velonjara Reboisement massif de Nosy Be Volahanta Iarifeno Insertion professionnelle des jeune FĂŠlicia Romie Rakotovao Aide aux lepreux Terason Rasolonomenjanahary Reforestation de la commune dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;antampolo

JCI Ambositra JCI Fianarantsoa JCI Toliara JCI Mahajanga JCI Nosy Be JCI Antsiranana JCI Sambava JCI Fenerive Est

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JCI Malaysia Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Joseph Chieng Jin Ek Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH Bahasa Malaysia and Mandarin

National Secretariat

No. 19-3, Jalan Setiawangsa 8, Taman Setiawangsa, 54200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel: +43-590900-3226 Website: www.jcimalaysia.cc

2011 UN MDGs Guinness World Records: Longest Graffiti Scroll Goals and Actions Taken: Ř 7R FUHDWH SXEOLF DZDUHQHVV RQ WKH 81 0LOOHQLXP 'HYHORSPHQW Goals (UN MDGs) Ř 7R DFKLHYH *XLQQHVV :RUOG RI 5HFRUGV œ/RQJHVW *UDIƂWL 6FUROOŔ Ř 3XEOLFLW\ DQG PDUNHWLQJ RQ -&, EUDQGLQJ DQG 81 0'*V Results: The longest graffiti scroll measured 1,676.39 meters long and 1.5 meters wide was achieved by JCI Malaysia and JCI Mandarin Sibu at Kolej Laila Taib, Sibu, Sarawak, Malaysia. There were 535 students and youth who participated in this event. There was great TV and news coverage on the achievement.

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No Shark Fin Campaign Goals: Ř &UHDWH SXEOLF DZDUHQHVV RQ œ1R 6KDUN )LQŔ Ř 6DYH 6KDUNV Actions Taken: Ř (QGRUVHG DV 1DWLRQDO 3URMHFWV $OO  /RFDO 2UJDQL]DWLRQV LQ Malaysia will promote “No Shark Fin Campaign” Ř $SSURDFK WR 0LQLVWULHV WR LQFOXGH VKDUN DV SURWHFWHG VSHFLHV under Malaysian law Results: Ř &UHDWH PHGLD FRYHUDJH RQ œ1R 6KDUN )LQŔ FDPSDLJQ Ř 6DEDK VWDWH DJUHHG WR LQFOXGH VKDUNV DV SURWHFWHG VSHFLHV LQ Sabah Wildlife Act


2011 JCI Socially Responsible Company (SRC) Awards Goals and Action Taken: Ř3URPRWHWKH81*OREDO Compact’s Ten Principles in the areas of human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption Ř7KH65&SURJUDPUHFRJQL]HV and honors corporations in Malaysia that have executed highly successful and impactful socially responsible activities within or outside their boundaries Results: 1st JCI Socially Responsible Company Awards in Malaysia will be held on November 17, 2011.

JCI Local Organization JCI Alor Setar JCI Batu Kawan JCI Kulim JCI United Penang JCI Butterworth City JCI Penang JCI E-Metropolitan JCI Taiping JCI Tanjung Bunga JCI Pearl JCI Bukit Mertajam JCI Bayan JCI Ipoh JCI Masterskill Ipoh JCI Kuala Lumpur JCI Entrepreneur JCI Mines JCI Masterskill JCI Teluk Intan JCI Petaling Jaya

2011 Local President Tan Chor Wei Edward Lim David Tan Jennifer Lee Andy Lau Derrick Loh Keagan Tan Claire Lee Catherine Chang Chin Sze Ying Ooi Sook Ching Ng Keong Woo Joe Kuan Mustafid Lee kah Lit Yap Chun Foong June Cheng David Grace Saw Lim Hooi Hooi

JCI Acheiver JCI KL Mandarin

Pince Tok Kevin Kan

JCI E-Metro KL

Chris Daniel Wong

JCI KL West JCI Seremban JCI Batu Pahat Entrepreneur JCI Malacca City Entrepreneir JCI Johor Bahru Entrepreneur JCI Johor Bahru JCI Muar JCI Damai JCI Kuching

Yee Ling Wai Ken Choo Vivian Tan

2011 Project Name Go Green Treasure Hunt 2011 Line Dance Carnival We Care Environmental Project Series Training Glanz Merdeka Living Green Carnival Blood Donation Save a Life Hearts For Hope Series Project Children Play Camp Living Green Series Project Merdeka Charity Carnival Children Play Camp Cupid For Love Training Health Screening 1 Malaysia Cultural Dance Its Health Day Bood Donation Drive Its Health Day Bood Donation Drive Its Health Day Bood Donation Drive Veteran Singing Competition JCI Creative Young Entrepreneur Awards Area Peninsular Malaysia Convention JCI Ten Ooutstanding Young Malaysian Awards JCI Socially Responsible Corporate Awards Parliament House Visitation Corporate Visit to Sen Heng Electric Go Green Go Cool Environment Project

Joseph Toh

Corporate Visit

Eunice Teo

Charity Carnival

Kee Siew Hoon Anthony Eng Louis Wong Benjamin Wong

Effective Parenting Seminar Blood Donation Campaign Business Network Event 55th Anniversary Cum Awards Gala Dinner JCI Nothing But Nets Because We Care Project to Hospital

JCI Lutong JCI Mandarin Repok Sarikei JCI Mandarin Sibu JCI Miri JCI Riam JCI Sarikei JCI Seduan JCI Sibu JCI Intan JCI Kota Kinabalu JCI Labuan JCI Lahad Datu JCI Luyang JCI Masterskill Kota Kinabalu JCI Penampang JCI Sandakan JCI Tanjung Aru JCI Tawau

Stephen Yong Wong Lee Tuang Roger Wong Jacky Iun Robin Lim Lau Yieng Hung Linda Ling Kelvin Chew Zyee Dullie Neelkrish Perumal Jerry Teo Nicholas Chin Annie Liew Emmanuel Lim

2011 UNMDGs Awareness Campaign - Guinness World Records: Longest Graffiti Scroll Area Sarawak Convention JCI Trainer JCI Week Let's Go Green: TYK Goat Farm Eco Trip Miss JCI Sibu Pageant Love Yourself Campaign Seminars 14th JCI Malaysia Academy Environment Project Charity Car Wash Health Screening

Agnes Chong Evonne Chong Evon Set

Moyog River Awareness Miss JCI Sandakan Pageant Say No To Sharkfin Campaign Area Sabah Convention

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JCI Maldives Ĺ&#x2DC; 2011 JCI National President: Aminath Shaneez Saeed Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ĺ&#x2DC; Local Language: Dhivehi

National Secretariat

H. Muni Ufaa, Majeedhee Magu, Maleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Republic of Maldives Tel: +960-7688445 Email: info@jci.mv Website: www.jci.mv

Results: We found that this project made a great impact around the capital city Maleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. We wanted people to talk about it and think positive about the whole project so that we can take this forward. Our plan to take it to another island and build that community for a better future, a better world! The OMOIYARI song was sung by two young kids from a government school which showed the spirit the of friendship and the power of one.

OMOIYARI Campaign Initial Seminars See, Believe and Actâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;I Love Maldivesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Phase 2 After the initial information session regarding the impact of the Human Negligence on the environment last December. Goals: Ĺ&#x2DC; 7R JLYH SHUVRQDO H[SHULHQFH WR WKH SDUWLFLSDQWV RI WKH EHDXW\ RI the environment and the damaged done by our negligence Ĺ&#x2DC; 7R PDNH ZD\ IRU WKH FRQWLQXDWLRQ RI WKH SURJUDP WR DFKLHYH D continous and sustainable positive change Ĺ&#x2DC; 7R PDNH WKH SXEOLF DZDUH RI WKH QHHG IRU EHLQJ PRUH FDUHIXO RI our environment Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URPRWH -&, DQG -&, 0DOGLYHV DQG RXU SURJUDPV WR FUHDWH positive change in the environment Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URMHFW SODQ SUHSDUHG Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URJUDP 7HDP VHOHFWHG Ĺ&#x2DC; 6WDNHKROGHUV LGHQWLĆ&#x201A;HG Ĺ&#x2DC; 9HQXH HTXLSPHQW FRQĆ&#x201A;UPHG Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QYLWDWLRQ RI SDUWLFLSDWLRQ WR VFKRROV VHQW Ĺ&#x2DC; 3DUWQHUV FRQĆ&#x201A;UPHG Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QVWUXFWRUV FRQĆ&#x201A;UPHG Ĺ&#x2DC; 3DUWLFLSDQWV ZHUH JLYHQ D EULHĆ&#x201A;QJ RI ZKDW WKH SURJUDPV LV Ĺ&#x2DC; 3DUWLFLSDQWV ZHUH WDNHQ WR VQRUNHO DV WKH PDLQ DFWLYLW\ RI WKH Project Phase 2 Ĺ&#x2DC; $IWHU WKH VQRUNHOOLQJ DQG GLVFXVVLRQV RQ ZKDW WKH\ VDZ DQG ZKDW they thought, what can be done was then discussed Ĺ&#x2DC; -&, 3UHVLGHQW .HQWDUR +DUDGD ZDV LQYLWHG WR SDUWLFLSDWH LQ the closing of the event and invited to speak a few words to the participants and members of JCI Maldives Ĺ&#x2DC; 2QH RI WKH SDUWLFLSDQWV ZDV JLYHQ WKH FKDQFH WR SUHVHQW KLV experience of the activity to JCI President Kentaro Harada

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Goals: Ĺ&#x2DC; 7R SURPRWH WKH VSLULW RI understanding, respecting and accepting others Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URPRWH PXWXDO XQGHU standing and universal peace Ĺ&#x2DC; 7UDLQ ORFDO WUDLQHUV IRU WKH program Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URPRWH -&, DQG -&, 0DOGLYHV Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; &RQWDFWHG DOO WKH VFKRROV DQG LGHQWLĆ&#x201A;HG DQG FRQĆ&#x201A;UPHG VFKRROV that can participate Ĺ&#x2DC; &RQWDFWHG WKH 202,<$5, &RPPLVVLRQ IURP -DSDQ DQG FRQĆ&#x201A;UPHG their availability and organized the seminars accordingly Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QIRUPHG -&, 0DOGLYHV PHPEHUV DQG -&, 7UDLQHUV RI WKH VHPLQDUV and invited all the Local Organizations to join Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QIRUPHG PHGLD RI WKH GDWHV DQG FRQĆ&#x201A;UPHG FRYHUDJH RI WKH seminars Ĺ&#x2DC; &RQĆ&#x201A;UPHG YHQXH HTXLSPHQW PDWHULDOV DQG GRFXPHQWV QHHGHG Ĺ&#x2DC; &RQGXFWHG WZR VHPLQDUV ZLWK ORWV RI DFWLYLWLHV Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; 6FKRROV VKRZHG KLJK LQWHUHVW in continuing the program Ĺ&#x2DC;  PHPEHUV DQG YROXQWHHUV participated in the members seminar Ĺ&#x2DC;  PHPEHUV SDUWLFLSDWHG LQ the Trainer seminar Ĺ&#x2DC;  VFKRRO VWXGHQWV SDUWLFLSDWH in the OMOIYARI sessions for schools Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH QHHG IRU D SURJUDP SURPRWLQJ SHDFH DQG PXWXDO understanding was accepted and encouraged Ĺ&#x2DC; 'RRU IRU FRQGXFWLQJ 202,<$5, DV D SXEOLF SURJUDP ZDV RSHQHG


JCI SRC Goals: Å&#x2DC;7RLQFUHDVHDZDUHQHVVRI&RUSRUDWH6RFLDO5HVSRQVLELOLW\ Å&#x2DC;7RLQFUHDVHDZDUHQHVVDQGLPSRUWDQFHRI81*OREDO&RPSDFW and to promote the Ten Principles Å&#x2DC;7RLQFUHDVHFRPSDQLHVWREHFRPHSDUWQHUVRI81*OREDO Compact Å&#x2DC;3URPRWH-&,-&,0DOGLYHVDQG-&,0DOHÅ&#x2018; Actions Taken: Å&#x2DC;$WHDPDVVLJQHGWRRYHUVHHWKHSURMHFW Å&#x2DC;3URMHFWSODQFRPSOHWHG Å&#x2DC;/LVWVRIDOOFRPSDQLHVDQGRUJDQL]DWLRQVFROOHFWHG Å&#x2DC;1RPLQDWLRQVLQYLWDWLRQVHQWWRDOOOLVWHGFRPSDQLHVDQG organizations Å&#x2DC;3URJUDPDFWLRQVWHSVLGHQWLÆ&#x201A;HG Å&#x2DC;3ODQIRUWKHDZDUGFHUHPRQ\DQGMXGJLQJGUDIWHG Å&#x2DC;0DUNHWLQJDQGFROOHFWLRQRIQRPLQDWLRQV Å&#x2DC;)LQDOL]HGMXGJHV Results: So far: Å&#x2DC;$QXPEHURIRUJDQL]DWLRQVDUHVKRZLQJWKHLULQWHUHVWLQWKH program and requesting more information Å&#x2DC;$ZDUHQHVVDQGLQIRUPDWLRQRI81*OREDO&RPSDFWDQGWKH7HQ Principles are being spread through the local businesses Å&#x2DC;6WDNHKROGHUDZDUHQHVVLVDOVREHLQJFUHDWHG Å&#x2DC;-&,0DOHÅ&#x2018;PHPEHUVDUHZRUNLQJWRJHWKHUGHYHORSLQJDQG getting stronger as a Local Organization

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Kaafu

Ms. Aishath Ali

JCI Male'

Mr. Abdullah Ghiyas Riyaz Mr. Abdulla Muththalib

1-See, Believe and Act - I Love Maldives 2-Chapter development trainings in different atolls. 3-Entreprenual development training for more than 400 students- Sabirul Islam JCI SRC - Ongoing from August 2011

JCI Hulhumale

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JCI Mali Ř 2011 JCI National President: CAMARA Hamed Salif Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH French Ř Local Language: French

National Secretariat Tel: +223-6667-5757 Email: mali@jci.cc Website: www.jci.cc/mali

Rallye BudapestBamako Objectifs et Actions menées: Organisation l’accueil du Rallye de Kayes à Bamako et participation à la distribution de moustiquaires et matériels aux couches défavorisées. Résultats: Est accueilli avec brio et des moustiquaires et matériels médicaux ont été offerts aux couches défavorisées de Kayes à Bamako de plus de 400 millions de francs CFA.

Conference de Zone Objectifs et Actions menées: Don de moustiquaire. Résultats: Des moustiquaires imprégnés ont été distribués aux membres.

JCI Solidarité Objectifs et Actions menées: 2IIULU GH OD YLDQGH DX[ GLII«UHQWV RUSKHOLQDWV GH %DPDNR SRXU OD I¬WH de ramadan. Résultats: Des boeufs et du riz d’une valeur de 688,000 francs CFA ont été offert aux enfants orphelins.

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2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Bougouni

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JCI SAN

Bagayoko Cheick Oumar KONATE Abdoulaye

JCI MOPTI

KAMISSOKO Cheick

JCI BAMAKO ESPOIR

JCI SEGOU JCI KAYES

COULIBALY Abdrahamane Omar GOITA Faboukary DEMBELE DOUCOURE Mamadou Yatté DIARRA Tidiane Aboubacar Koné

JCI BAMAKO JCI KOULIKORO JCI FANA JCI Tomian BUWATUN JCIU BAMAKO ESPOIR JCI BAMAKO ELITE JCI TOMBOUCTOU

Abdoulaye Doucouré Berthé Lassine Boubacar DAOU TANGARA Amadou Souleymane Y. Sidibé Aly Goita Fatoumata CHABANE

JCI KATI JCI BAMAKO CIWARA JCI NARA JCI BANDIAGARA JCI DJENNE JCI GOUNDAM JCI DIRE JCI UNIV. BAMAKO JCI YANFOLILA JCI DIOILA

Oumar TOUNKARA Sangho Fatoumata Mahamadou YATTARA Mamoudou Sangara DIARRA Konimba Amadou A. Toure DICKO Sidi Aminata Boudy Diallo

JCI SIKASSO JCI KITA JCI BAMAKO ETOILE

Don de produits de moustiquaires et de produits pharmacetiques à l’orphélinat de San Hygiène en milieu Scolaire Lutte contre l’Insécurité Routière Sauvons notre Fleuve Niger Bougouda Siguidia la journée de merites SOVES Structures Sanitaires Propres Don de moustiquaires aux femmes et aux enfants de Médine MIT La Nuit de l’excellence JCI pour reverdir le Mali CAMP JCI ASACOLA B5 Don de 587 moustiquaires aux personnes handicapés mentaux et personnes agées Salon cadres et carrières Ciwara plus Vers Vert Panel des hauts responsables Saliburité du Centre de Santé Diré ville propre Cancer love


JCI Malta Ĺ&#x2DC; 2011 JCI National President: Marvin Cuschieri Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ĺ&#x2DC; Local Language: Maltese and English

National Secretariat Website: www.jci.org.mt

Political D.A.Y.S Goals and Actions Taken: Developing an active youth society in Malta by getting youth involved in debating and presentation skills amongst others. Seven events dealing with topics such as Diplomacy and Diplomatic Practice, Usage of Media and Communications and Public Speaking and Public Debating. Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; $SSUR[  SDUWLFLSDQWV LQ WKH VHVVLRQV Ĺ&#x2DC; )ROORZ XS SURMHFW ZLOO EH FDUULHG RXW LQ  SHQGLQJ DSSURYDO RI EU funds Ĺ&#x2DC; 0HGLD RXWUHDFK IRU -&, 0DOWD LQFOXGHG D IHDWXUH RQ QDWLRQDO evening news, number of articles in the Press, attendeance of Deputy Prime Minister of Malta in one of the sessions, participation of a number of high calibre speakers such as US ambassador, university professors and past politicans Ĺ&#x2DC; ([SRVXUH RI -&, PHPEHUV DQG JHQHUDO SXEOLF WR QRQSDUWLVLDQ politics discourse and challenges Ĺ&#x2DC; $ JRRG QXPEHU RI QHZ PHPEHUV MRLQHG WKH RUJDQL]DWLRQ DV D result of the project

Ĺ&#x2DC; 6HFRQG HYHQW FRQVLVWHG RI WDNLQJ D QXPEHU RI NLGV ZLWK IHZHU opportunities to a day at a pool with animation followed by a pool-side barbeque Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KLUG HYHQW FRQVLVWHG RI D WUDLQLQJ RQ 202<$5, WR ORFDO companies Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; 5HODWLRQVKLS ZLWK D QXPEHU RI HQWLWLHV FRUSRUDWH RU VRFLDO enhanced the following the three events mentioned above Ĺ&#x2DC; ([SRVXUH LQ ORFDO PHGLD Ĺ&#x2DC; Ĺ?6RFLDOĹ&#x2018; DUHD RI RSSRUWXQLW\ KDV EHHQ DXJPHQWHG IROORZLQJ WKH events

Mosquito Nets Campaign Goals and Actions Taken: All surplus from social events for 2011 was allocated for JCI Nothing But Nets campaign. In addition, specific fund raising activities were held such as national marathon participation, organic food event and a beach party. Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; 5DLVLQJ DZDUHQHVV RQ WKH PRVTXLWR QHWV FDPSDLJQ Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH FDPSDLJQ LV GLIIHUHQW LQ WKH VHQVH WKDW LW LV VSHFLĆ&#x201A;F DQG ZLWK clear objectives. This differentiates it from similar campaigns locally Ĺ&#x2DC; -&, PHPEHUV JDLQHG DZDUHQHVV DERXW PDODULD

National Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Events Goals and Actions Taken: Three CSR events undertaken by the National Organization. Ĺ&#x2DC; )LUVW HYHQW FRQVLVWHG RI teaming up with a number of corporate companies such as HSBC and Deliotte and together with their staff spent a day at an orphanage cleaning and redecorating the place. At the same time, the orphans spent a day out

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI De Wignacourt JCI De La Vallette

Jeanette Borg Annalisa Schembri

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JCI Mauritius Ĺ&#x2DC; 2011 JCI National President: Ryad Subratty Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ĺ&#x2DC; Local Language: English, French, Creole

National Secretariat

PO Box 1146, Port Louis, Mauritius Phone: +230-7763927 Email: ryad@subratty.com Website: www.jci.cc/local/mauritius

JCI Poverty Alleviation Program (PAP): Building Hope for a Nation Goals: Ĺ&#x2DC; 7R SURYLGH D KROLVWLF GHYHORSPHQW IRU WKH FKLOGUHQ DQG SDUHQWV (indirectly) of this poor region of Mauritius Ĺ&#x2DC; 7R KHOS WKH FKLOGUHQ JURZ ZLWK D VRXQG PLQG LQ D VRXQG ERG\ Ĺ&#x2DC; 7R HQFRXUDJH DQG FRDFK WKH FKLOGUHQ WR OHDUQ UHDG DQG EHWWHU themselves academically and in other ways Ĺ&#x2DC; (QFRXUDJH FKLOGUHQ ZKR ODJ EHKLQG LQ WKHLU VWXGLHV DQG KHOS WKHP develop self-confidence to learn Ĺ&#x2DC; 7R VSHQG TXDOLW\ WLPH ZLWK WKH FKLOGUHQ DQG JLYH WKHP DV PXFK love and attention as possible Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; $ VXUYH\ ZDV FRQGXFWHG LQ 2FWREHU  Ĺ&#x2DC; 7DON RQ +XPDQ 5LJKWV DQG (PSRZHUPHQW WKHPH /H 3RXYRLU dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;une Femme) to celebrate Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Day on March 8, 2008 Ĺ&#x2DC; 2UJDQL]DWLRQ RI DQ 2SHQ 'D\ LQ %RLV 0DUFKDQG RQ $SULO   (theme : Plante Ene Meilleur Lavenir) Ĺ&#x2DC; 7DUJHWHG VHUYLFHV WR GLVDGYDQWDJHG JURXSV (PEURLGHU\ 0XVLF and Creativity Workshops for Children and Women of Bois Marchand) from May to October Ĺ&#x2DC; 2UJDQL]DWLRQ RI D VDOH H[KLELWLRQ DQG D PXVLF VKRZ E\ FKLOGUHQ October 19, 2008 to celebrate the JournĂŠe Mondiale du Refus de OD 0LVÂŞUH %RLV 0DUFKDQG 1RX 9DOHUH 1RX 7DOHQW 'D\ IRU WKH Eradication of Poverty) Ĺ&#x2DC; &ROODERUDWLRQ ZLWK Ć&#x201A;YH 1*2V ZRUNLQJ LQ %RLV 0DUFKDQG Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QWHUQDO &RPPXQLFDWLRQ WR LQIRUP PHPEHUV DERXW WKH -&, 3RYHUW\ Alleviation Program Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URPRWLRQ DQG &RPPXQLFDWLRQ RI WKH WKH -&, 3RUW /RXLV 3RYHUW\ Alleviation Program in the Media Literacy courses are given to children and women every Saturday since January 2010 Ĺ&#x2DC; &HOHEUDWLQJ &KULVWPDV ZLWK WKH FKLOGUHQ 'HFHPEHU   Ĺ&#x2DC; &HOHEUDWLRQ RI VSHFLDO GD\V HJ (DVWHU 0RWKHUĹ&#x2018;V 'D\ 1DWLRQDO festivals and Christmas. Children are encouraged to unleash their creativity through artworks (creation of greeting cards, recitation of poems, singing and dancing) Ĺ&#x2DC; (GXFDWLRQDO UHFUHDWLRQDO RXWLQJV Ĺ&#x2DC; 'LVWULEXWLRQ RI ERRNV VWDWLRQDULHV DQG FORWKHV

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2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Port Louis

Sarah-Jane Raya

JCI Poverty Alleviation Program (PAP): Building Hope for a Nation

JCI Beau Bassin Rose Hill JCI City Plus JCI Curepipe JCI Quatre Bornes

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JCI Mexico

CĂĄmaras JĂşnior de Mexico A.C.

Ĺ&#x2DC; 2011 JCI National President: Salvador Gutierrez Vargas Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH Spanish Ĺ&#x2DC; Local Language: Spanish

National Secretariat

Insurgentes Sur, No. 598-204 colonia Del Valle, DelegaciĂłn Benito JuarĂŠz Mexico D.F. 03100 MEXICO Website: www.jci.org.mx

JCI Mexico en Espacio Televisa Puebla 2011 Metas y Acciones Tomadas: Ĺ&#x2DC; 3RVLFLRQDU D OD -&, 0H[LFR DQWH HO HYHQWR MXYHQLO PDV LPSRUWDQWH del pais Ĺ&#x2DC; 7HQHU XQ VWDQG SDUD UHFOXWDPLHQWR GH MRYHQHV HQ ORV GLVWLQWRV puntos del pais Resultados: Ĺ&#x2DC; 3RVLFLRQDPLHQWR YLVXDO DQWH  DVLVWHQWHV DO HYHQWR (VSDFLR Puebla 2011 (ver en www.espacio.com.mx) Ĺ&#x2DC; 3RVLFLRQDPLHQWR GH PDUFD DQWH  DVLVWHQWHV PHGLDQWH souvenirs de JCI y nuestra pagina www.jci.org.mx Ĺ&#x2DC; 5HFROHFFLRQ GH GDWRV GH QRPEUHV WHOHIRQRV \ HPDLOV GH  asistentes interesados en conocer mas de la JCI Ĺ&#x2DC; 1XHYRV VRFLRV HQ 2UJDQL]DFLRQHV /RFDOHV

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2011 JCI Annual Report

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Tijuana JCI Tecate Femenil

Janeth Zaragoza Elizabeth Lomas

JCI Tecate A.C. JCI Ur Monterrey JCI Ciudad de Mexico JCI Cuernavaca JCI Yajalon JCI San Cristobal de las casas JCI Canaco JCI Ciudad del Carmen

Juan Manuel Flores Laura Grimaldo Octavio Garcia Adolfo Padilla Alexander Pinto Rafael Surez

Subasta de arte JCI Nothing But Nets Remodelacion sede de la Organizacion Local Rescatando Parques Capacitaciones de proyectos y oratoria Gobernanza y participacion ciudadana Reforestacion Rescatando Bosques Sustentaibilidad del Medio Ambiente

Javier Perez Davo Jose Miguel Lopez

Responsabilidad Social Corporativa Convencion Nacional 2011


JCI Monaco Ĺ&#x2DC; 2011 JCI National President: Marina Mazza Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH French Ĺ&#x2DC; Local Language: French

National Secretariat

1 avenue des Castelans - 98000 Monaco Tel: +377-92-05-20-19 Website: www.jcemonaco.mc Email: jcemonaco@jcemonaco.mc

RĂŠsultats: il a ĂŠtĂŠ dĂŠcidĂŠ dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;organiser en PrincipautĂŠ de Monaco un Petit GÂŤMHXQHU PDUGL  QRYHPEUH VXU OH WKÂŞPH 5LR HQ PDUJH GĹ&#x2018;XQ FRQJUÂŞV SUÂŤSDUDWRLUH TXL VHUD RUJDQLVÂŤ ¢ 0RQDFR /HV WKÂŞPHV DERUGÂŤV VHURQW  OHV RULJLQHV GH FHW DFFRUG TXĹ&#x2018;HVW FH que Green and blue economy?, Food security, energy, tourism, et the Impact.

JCI Local Organization

JCI Monte-Carlo JCI Fontvielle

2011 Local President Alexandre Tomasini Anne-Sophie Malapert

Project Team Objectifs et Actions menĂŠes: Le TrophĂŠe inter-Entreprises et Administrations MonĂŠgasques (TEAM) sâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;articule autour de 5 disciplines sportives : kayak, rugby, baseball, kart et No Finish Line (course pĂŠdestre dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;endurance). Durant les diffĂŠrentes ĂŠpreuves du TEAM, chaque entreprise prĂŠsentera lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ĂŠquipe de son choix pour dĂŠfendre ses couleurs. A lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;issue de chacune des ĂŠpreuves, des points seront attribuĂŠs aux ĂŠquipes. Ces points qui seront comptabilisĂŠs pour le classement gĂŠnĂŠral nous permettront dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;attribuer Ă lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;issue du TEAM le Prix du TrophĂŠe Ă  lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ĂŠquipe qui aura engrangĂŠ le plus de points tout au long des ces diffĂŠrentes rencontres. Ces ĂŠpreuves ont pour but de permettre aux entreprises de mettre Ă  disposition de leurs employĂŠs non seulement une journĂŠe sportive et de dĂŠtente oĂš ils crĂŠeront une cohĂŠsion dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ĂŠquipe mais ĂŠgalement leurs donner une occasion de dĂŠcouvrir des disciplines sportives quâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ils ne pratiquent pas. RĂŠsultats: A ce jour, 3 ĂŠpreuves ont dĂŠjĂ  eu lieu : kayak, rugby et baseball. La cĂŠrĂŠmonie de remise du Prix du TrophĂŠe TEAM a eu lieu dĂŠbut 'ÂŤFHPEUH  &HWWH FÂŤUÂŤPRQLH GH FOÂśWXUH D SHUPLV ÂŤJDOHPHQW GH UHPHWWUH XQ FKÂŞTXH ¢ OĹ&#x2018;DVVRFLDWLRQ -&, Nothing But Nets.

JCI Global Partnership Summit in NYC Objectifs et Actions menĂŠes: La JCE Monaco a voulu montrer son implication dans ce sommet qui a pour but de donner aux citoyens les moyens dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;impacter vĂŠritablement leur communautĂŠ par des actions ciblĂŠes et des partenaires idĂŠalement choisis. Dans ce partenariat global Ă mettre en place, la JCE Monaco veut montrer lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;implication de ses membres Ă  fĂŠdĂŠrer les ĂŠnergies des 3 secteurs.

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JCI Mongolia UN Global Compact

Ř 2011 JCI National President: Batzaya Baasandorj Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř Local Language: Mongolian

Goals and Actions Taken: JCI members were called to join the UN Global Compact in 2011. Two ceremonies were organized for signing the UN Global Compact Agreement.

National Secretariat

BDSec #304, Zaluuchuud Avenue 27/1, 8th Khoroo, Sukhbaatar District Ulaanbaatar City, Mongolia Tel: +976-91914979 Email: sg@jcimongolia.mn Website: www.jcimongolia.mn

Results: Twenty JCI Mongolia members have joined the UN Global Compact during 2011 JCI World President Kentaro Harada’s visit to Mongolia on August 28, 2011.

OMOIYARI

Donor Goals and Actions Taken: JCI Mongolia members found out that hospitals in Mongolia are frequently in shortage for blood products for patients. To save lives of people in need, JCI Capital initiated a Donor Project in 2010 and within the project, JCI Mongolia members donated their blood. In 2011, the project continued and on the occasion of World Donor Day in June, in addition to JCI Mongolia members, several companies were called for blood donation. Results: Eighty JCI Mongolia members in 2010 and more than 200 people have donated their blood in June 2011.

Goals and Actions Taken: From February 10 to 15, 2011, the OMOIYARI team from JCI Japan visited Mongolia and the OMOIYARI movement was started in Mongolia. OMOIYARI trainings were held in three cities for JCI members and lectures on spreading the OMOIYARI Spirit was conducted for the general public in Erdenet and Darkhan cities. An OMOIYARI trainer’s course was also organized in Ulaanbaatar. Results: Ř  SHRSOH DWWHQGHG WKH OHFWXUH IRU WKH JHQHUDO SXEOLF Ř $ERXW  -&, 0RQJROLD PHPEHUV SDUWLFLSDWHG LQ 202,<$5, training in 3 cities Ř 7ZHQW\ƂYH 202,<$5, 7UDLQHUV KDYH FRPSOHWHG WKH 202,<$5, Trainer Course OMOIYARI song was translated into Mongolian language and was performed for the first time by kids in Mongolia during the 2011 JCI President visit to Mongolia in August 2011.

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2011 JCI Annual Report

JCI Local Organization JCI Ulaanbaatar JCI Darkhan

2011 Local President B.Naranjargal J.Badamkhand

JCI Erdenet

G.Gansukh

JCI UB Central JCI Capital JCI Ikh khuree JCI Leader JCI Chairman JCI Eco

Kh. Damdinsuren J. Bayanmunkh B. Enkhbayar G.Batsukh D. Davaadorj T.Khasbaatar

2011 Project Name Mongolia VS Mongolia 5th English language competition of Dar han-Uul province Children exchange project jointly coordinated with JCI Asakura of JCI Japan Flowers from a single root Donor Library Project Support to a boy Khaidar “Capital Management” Training series “National development-Capital market” forum


JCI Morocco

JCI Maroc

Ĺ&#x2DC; 2011 JCI National President: Asmaa Benslimane Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH French Ĺ&#x2DC; Local Language: French 169, lotissement Yasmina, Mohammedia 20800, Morocco Tel: +212-600-65-66-66

Pour une vie meilleure &H SURMHW YLVH OD SULVH ¢ OD FKDUJH GHV RUSKHOLQV GH )ÂŞV GDQV OHV domaines de lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ĂŠducation (pĂŠdagogique, scolaire et sportif) et la santĂŠ (prĂŠvention et le suivi mĂŠdical) pour leur apporter la confiance en soit, lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;autonomie et le respect des valeurs dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;un bon citoyen actif.

Operation Cartable du 24-09-2011 Objectifs et Actions menĂŠes: Ĺ&#x2DC; /H VXLYL GH OĹ&#x2018;RSÂŤUDWLRQ XQ 0LOOLRQ GH &DUWDEOH ODQFÂŤH SDU VD MajestĂŠ le Roi Mohamed 6 Ĺ&#x2DC; /D UÂŤDOLVDWLRQ GH FHWWH DFWLRQ GDQV XQ PLOLHX UXUDO HW WUÂŞV SDXYUH Ĺ&#x2DC; /D OXWWH FRWUH OH GÂŤFURFKDJH VFRODLUH HW OĹ&#x2018;DEDQGRQ GHV ÂŤOÂŞYHV Ĺ&#x2DC; /D GLVWULEXWLRQ GH  FDUWDEOHV DX SURĆ&#x201A;W GHV HQIDQWV GH OD ORFDOLWÂŤ de Manzla en milieu rural et surtout en faveur des enfants en situation difficile RĂŠsultats:  GĹ&#x2018;HIĆ&#x201A;FDFLWÂŤ  /D QRWRULÂŤWÂŤ GH QRWUH RUJDQLVDWLRQ D ÂŤWÂŤ OD principale gagnante dans cette action en permettant aux enfants dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;avoir le dĂŠsir de devenir dans un futur proche, des membres actifs pour un changement positif.

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RĂŠalisation des fresques murales portant des messages de sensibilisation sur le respect du code de la route Objectifs et Actions menĂŠes: Ĺ&#x2DC;/DVHQVLELOLVDWLRQGHV0DURFDLQVVXUWRXWOHVMHXQHV¢ODQÂŤFHVVLWÂŤ du respect du code de la route Ă travers des messages artistiques Ĺ&#x2DC;/Ĺ&#x2018;LQLWLDWLRQGHVÂŤOÂŞYHVO\FÂŤHQVHWÂŤWXGLDQWV¢OĹ&#x2018;DFWLRQ communautaire Ĺ&#x2DC;/Ĺ&#x2018;DVVRFLDWLRQGHVDUWLVWHVPDURFDLQV¢XQHDFWLRQKXPDQLWDLUH visant Ă  sauver des vies Ĺ&#x2DC;/Ĺ&#x2018;HPEHOOLVVHPHQWGHVPXUVGHQRVÂŤFROHVHWO\FÂŤHV RĂŠsultats: Ĺ&#x2DC;0ÂŤGLDWLVDWLRQGH-&,PDURF¢WUDYHUVODUDGLRHWOHVMRXUQDX[ Ĺ&#x2DC;*UDYDJHGXQRPĹ&#x201C;-&,PDURFĹ&#x201D;VXUOHVPXUVĹ&#x201D; Ĺ&#x2DC;3OXVLXHUVDUWLVWHVYRORQWDLUHVRQWSDUWLFLSÂŤ¢FHWWHRSÂŤUDWLRQ Ĺ&#x2DC;0RELOLVDWLRQGH2UJDQLVDWLRQV/RFDOHVHWSOXVLHXUVPHPEUHVHW postulants

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JCI Local Organization JCI Tanger JCI Fès JCI Ouarzazate

2011 Local President Omar Afi Kawtar Khabach Makram Khabach

JCI Marrakech JCI Mohammedia

Ismail Chaouf Yassir Mezouari

JCI Casablanca JCI Rabat JCI Meknès

Azhar Amthqal Adnane Addioui Sanaa Alaoui

2011 JCI Annual Report

2011 Project Name OpÊration Cartables Pour une vie meilleure Festival International d'Ecotourisme and DÊveloppement Durable Elève Innovateur Social Compagnement Êducatif des enfants de l'orphelinat de mohammedia Rally Universitaire l'AcadÊmie des Formateurs Festival International du Cinema de Meknès


JCI Nepal Nepal Jaycees

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

JCI Sharadanagar

Som Prasad Bhandari

JCI Pokhara

Ravindra Gurung

JCI Kathmandu

Ratna Kaji Shrestha

JCI Tarahara

Subash Gautam

JCI Shiddhartha Lady

Rachana Chhetri

JCI Inaruwa

Shivnarayan Yadav

JCI Dhapasi

Harish Kunwar

JCI Kirtipur

Shankar Maharjan

JCI Baglung

Nilesh Rajbhandari

JCI Birgunj

Vijay Rajkarnikar

JCI Butawal Lady

Sarita Shrestha

JCI Champapur

Shyam Krishna Bohara

JCI Parsakhairahani

Rambabu Kharal

JCI Letang

Uttam Shrestha

JCI Geetanagar

Kiran Koirala

JCI Bishazar

Bhojraj Devkota

JCI Vyasnagar

Prakash Chandra Subedi

JCI Hetauda

Anjani Kumar Parajuli

JCI Indrapur

Yagya Prasad Dhakal

JCI Parbat

Thakur Bdr. Paudel

JCI Sankhu

Babin Raj Shrestha

JCI Gaindakot

Yuba Raj Sapkota

JCI Narayangarg

Prakash Poudel

JCI Waling

Amrit Aryal

JCI Mahendranagar

Purna Bahadur Chand

Talk Program on the Constitution and Peace

JCI Lekhanth

Navin Prasad Bastola

JCI Narayanpur

Ganesh Prasad Ojha

Goals and Actions Taken: Ř ,QWHUDFWLRQ SURJUDP ZLWK DQ H[SHUWLVH Ř 2SHQ WDON SURJUDP LQ YDULRXV SDUWV RI WKH FRXQWU\ Ř 7DON VKRZ RQ WKH WHOHYLVLRQ DQG UDGLR

JCI Butwal

Lal Hari Pandey

JCI Birta

Nirmal Bhattarai

JCI Kavre

Prakash Shrestha

JCI Ramgram

Raj Kumar Reshmi

JCI Dhangadhi

Yadav Prasad Bhatta

JCI Biratnagar

Roshan Kumar Dhaubhadel

JCI Damak

Subash Chandra Bhattarai

JCI Patan

Rakesh Bhakta Mulmi

JCI Kathmandu Lady

Sumitra Palanchoke

Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Mahesh Dahal Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH Nepali

National Secretariat

Thapathali, G.P.O. Box 1355, Kathmandu, Nepal Tel: +977-01-4242311 Website: www.nepaljaycees.org.np Email: njchq@wlink.com.np

Environmental Seminar Goals and Actions Taken: Ř 7R SUHYHQW FOLPDWH FKDQJH Ř &RPPXQLFDWLRQ DQG DZDUHQHVV FDPSDLJQ Ř 'LVWULEXWLRQ RI WKH SDPSKOHW UDOO\ Results: Ř &UHDWH DZDUHQHVV DPRQJ WKH ORFDO SHRSOH UHJDUGLQJ WKH preservation of the environment Ř 2XU UROH IRU WKH UHGXFWLRQ RI FOLPDWH FKDQJH LV WR KHOS WKH SXEOLF to know the activities of JCI on the present issue

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JCI the Netherlands JCI Nederland

Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Robbert A. van Waart Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH Dutch

National Secretariat

JCI Nederland, Driekoningenhof 77, 1483 XS De Rijp, the Netherlands Tel: + 31-6-16751275 Email: info@jci.nl Website: http://www.jci.nl W

OMOIYARI connected to JCI DO and MasterPeace Goals and Actions Taken: A big (4x3 meters) OMOIYARI banner to promote OMOIYARI has been manufactured. Where applicable, we promote the idea of global peace through other projects such as MasterPeace and JCI DO. Results: Awareness of OMOIYARI among JCI members has increased. However, the results are improving, this could be better.

Focus on UN Global Compact Goals and Actions Taken: JCI the Netherlands has registered itself with UN Global Compact. JCI the Netherlands has agreed upon an active partnership with Global Compact the Netherlands (www.gcnetherlands.nl). As per end of 2011, JCI the Netherlands will help UN Global Compact the Netherlands increasing the number of companies registered with UN Global Compact in the Netherlands with 20 companies (e.g. JCI the Netherlands partners, companies owned by JCI members and/or the employers of JCI the Netherlands members) and to endorse the UN Global Compact principles. The JCI Active Citizen Framework will be part of the JCI DO movement, including creating a platform via traditional and social media. Results: As per end of 2011, JCI will help UN Global Compact the Netherlands increasing the number of registered companies with at least 20 companies.

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Focus on UN MDGs / JCI Active Citizen Framework / Focus on JCI Nothing But Nets (Nothing But Nets) Goals and Actions Taken: Ř -&, '2 PRYHPHQW Ř -&, 5HJDWWD LQ &URDWLD Ř &ROOHFWLQJ DQG VHOOLQJ VHFRQG hand clothing to contribute to MDG #6, the JCI Nothing But Nets campaign Ř $JUHHPHQW ZLWK &RUGDLG WR GRXEOH  WKH SURFHHGV of all JCI Nothing But Nets projects in the Netherlands and Europe (subject to certain maximum amounts per year) Results: As per 2011, we will sell more than 5000 UN MDG bracelets on the three Active Citizen Framework goals, estimated revenues of EUR 5,000. JCI the Netherlands and Local Organizations launched several campaigns to increase members’ and public awareness of the UN MDGs, to implement relevant projects to contribute to achieving the eight goals, and to report the projects by uploading them on a JCI DO platform. Part of it is www.facebook.com/jcimdg as in the future a www.jcido.com website, to further expand the movement.


JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI s-Gravenhage JCI s-Hertogenbosch JCI t Gelre - Epe e.o. JCI t Nieuwe Diep JCI t Sticht JCI Alkmaar

Claudia Stijlen Joost Bruijn Mark van Emmerik Peter Wilms Brecht van Schendel Reinoud Bliek

The Right Wave Christmastree Project 2011

JCI Alphen aan den Rijn JCI Amstelland JCI Amsterdam

Renate Ekhart van der Laan Antal van Loosbroek Martin Bijl Marrit Holtman

JCI Amsterdam International JCI Apeldoorn JCI Arnhem JCI Assen JCI Bergsche Maas JCI Bollenstreek

Binne Huitema Jan-Peter Nijmeijers Wieneke Groot Edward Doornbos Ferdinand Brouwers Carola de Vreugd

JCI Breda JCI De Berkellanden JCI De Betuwe JCI De Bevelanden

Rutger Westenburg Karin Bonsel Henriette Middag-van Eldik Luyten van den Berg

JCI Oldenzaal JCI Oost Achterhoek JCI Oosterhout JCI Peelland JCI Roermond

Floranck van Goethem André Salomonson Sieger Koeman Magiel Kragten Ellen van der Riet Karik van Berloo Jaap Vollaard Minke Ligtenstein Floor Stembert Johan van Houwelingen Harald Ernens Leon Batenburg Kees Veldhuizen Bart Valkenburg Sanne van Rijn Sylvester Ponsen Angelique Geelen Tjeerd Hendriks Myrtha SmoorenburgDavina Roy Niehof Janneke Kalk Floris van Baarda Maikel van Leeuwen Fleur Wolters

JCI Golf Open 2011 Gooise run Business Event with CEO ABNAMRO Karting Grand Prix for charity

JCI Almelo

JCI Hengelo JCI Het Gooi JCI Het Grootslag JCI Het Hooghe Veen JCI Het Markiezaat JCI Heuvelrug JCI Hoeksche Waard JCI IJmond JCI Kennemerland JCI Kromme Rijn JCI Land van Herle JCI Leiden JCI Lek en Linge JCI Maastricht JCI Mariken JCI Meppel-Reestmond JCI Mergelland JCI Nijmegen JCI Noord-West Veluwe

JCI De Delflanden

Jeroen Boer

JCI Roosendaal JCI Rotterdam

Bert Bartels Jantine Scheele

JCI De Drie Delfzijlen JCI De Friese Wouden JCI De Heeren van Utrecht JCI De Kempen JCI De Landen van Overmaze JCI De Maaskant JCI De Oldambten JCI Deventer JCI Doetinchem e.o. JCI Dommelland JCI Drechtsteden

Nils Brongers Wytse Dijkstra Dries van Acker Monique Dullens Saskia Janssen-Kempen

JCI Rotterdam Haven

Jan Boekel

JCI Schagen JCI Schouwen-Duiveland JCI Swentibold JCI Ter Snaecke

Michiel Ouwehand Alle Delfsma Sjoerd Mooren Sicco de Vries

JCI Ede JCI Eemland JCI Emmen 't Suydenvelt JCI Etten-Leur JCI Friesland JCI Gorinchem JCI Gouda JCI Groningen JCI Groot Schokland JCI Haaglanden

Jeroen Aalbers Lisette van Essen Elmer Zwols Ronald Hovius Marije Rauwerda Mariëlle Spuijbroek Gea Witvoet Frank Omta Dennis Gebbink Werner Gladdines

JCI Twente JCI Utrecht JCI Vechtdal JCI Veenendaal-Rijnvallei JCI Venlo JCI Venray JCI Volcke Rack JCI Walcheren JCI Weert JCI West-Friesland JCI Woerden Het Groene Hart JCI Zaanstreek JCI Zeeuwsch-Vlaanderen

Martin van Zetten Joost Uitdewilligen Ronald Frijling Jeroen van Olderen Ben Peuten Esther Hoppenreijs Michel Nuijten Ronald Wielemaker Iris-Daphne Lempens Maurice Koopman Martijn Altena

JCI Zoetermeer e.o.

Eveline Kieboom

JCI Haarlemmermeer

Michel Nijland

JCI Hart van Brabant JCI Heerde en Omstreken JCI Heerenveen JCI Heerhugowaard

Michel de Vree Eduard Wullink Jan-Willem de Vries Lawrence Bosschaart

JCI Zuid

Joanne Roldanus

JCI Zwolle

Merel Beurskens

Lobke Opsteen Jos Hindriks Dirk-Jan Seckel Marian Janssen-Ooijman Jeroen Weijers Rien de Boo

Rabobank Helder Streetgolf JCI030 and Ronald Mc Donaldhuis Rabobank Alkmaar Culinair Plaza 2011 Topsport Spinning Marathon World trade game Comedy under the Stars (charity cabaret event), Vondelpark open golf tournament Barbeque for Voedselbank Drakenbootfestival Sonsbeekopen golf tournament Fun(d)racing event JKA JCI Biesbosch Schaatstocht Juniorkamer Bollenstreek-tennistoernooi Drakenbotenrace (boat racing event) Various local projects MY NAME IS….. (local charity event) Walk for kids 2011 / Dance for kids 2011 Running Network Dinner and Christmas Tree 36e Sliksleeën Delfzijl 2011

Best Entrepeneurs Competition

World Trade Game Hockey Toernooi 2011 JCI - Doetinchem Open Tennistournooi Eendjesrace Young Talent of the Year Competition, Clothes collection Nothing but Nets 6e Netwerken Drakenbotenrace (boat racing event) BOV verkiezing Skutsjesilen Bierfest Drakenbotenrace (boat racing event) ci Drive in Bioscoop Maarten Memorial (carrally for local charity) Culinair Haarlemmermeer (culinary event) Beste Ondernemersvisie 2011 Hollandse Nieuwe Heereveen Culinair De Alk

Sybrand Hartman Edwin Eggebeen

Running dinner Bid for Kids - charity auction Netwerk dinner JCI Regatta

Prokkel event 2011 JCI Regatta Jacht Event Harderrun (for local charity)

Wintersweekend Serious Oosterhout Warande Project Oktoberfest (for local charity), BOV Troffee Event (Business event) Golf Tournament (for local charity) Saint Nikolaas Action (for national goal St Pallieter) Charity dinner and auction for National charity JCI the Netherlands Twinning JCI Eupen (Belgium) JCI Regatta Organization National Assembly May 2011

JKW Event Weerter Wijnbeurs Tuinieren bij Hospice

Culinary event Zaan Culinair Charity dinner Campai for Sendai & Give Buzze Organization National Assembly January 2011, Barbeque and Auction (step against cancer) Organization National Convention, Pimp your tree, Barcode for Life

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Tel: +64-4-9727062 Email: vibrantedge@clear.net.nz Website: www.jci.cc/newzealand

JCI Operation Hope in Christchurch, New Zealand

Results: One of the main outcomes from our support is that we now have some very enthusiastic young citizens in both Christchurch and Auckland willing to take a lead in the establishment of a JCI Local Organization in those locations. JCI New Zealand is forever grateful for the continued thoughts and prayers offered to our city of Christchurch and it’s people. The funding provided through JCI Operation Hope has motivated and inspired more than 90 young active citizens from throughout Christchurch, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific region to be better citizens.

Goals and Actions Taken: JCI initiated “Operation Hope” to raise funds for the devastation caused by a major earthquake that struck Christchurch, New Zealand in February 2011 killing 182 people and flattening much of the central business district. To date, the central business district still remains off limits to all but construction and demolition crews. The rebuild of Christchurch is now estimated to exceed NZ $30 billion dollars. Significant earthquakes, exceeding magnitude 4 still continue 11 months on. Life is far from normal for the city of Christchurch. The amount raised for Christchurch by the JCI family equated to NZ $6049.00. JCI New Zealand Trust and JCI New Zealand directors felt strongly that these funds should be used to focus on youth development aspects for young active Christchurch citizens. We were approached by the Chairman of the UNESCO “beyond disaster” Youth Forum committee to assist with funding support to run this forum in Christchurch. After understanding the values of the forum and given United Nations and UNESCO are JCI partners it was agreed that the Operation Hope funding would be provided towards this forum. The JCI New Zealand Trust further agreed that we would increase this funding support to NZ $10,000.00 to allow more young Christchurch youth to participate fully in the program. The program ran from December 9 to 12, 2011 and was attended by more than 90 young active citizens. JCI members were provided the opportunity to participate and we further assisted three young individuals from Auckland city to attend as well. APDC councilor Lucas Kuo also attended and JCI New Zealand Trust Chairman Murray Dixon and Councilor Lucas presented for 15 minutes on JCI. JCI promotional material was also available for participants.

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National Secretariat

Colonial los Robles, Hotel ColĂłn, 1 cuadra al sur, 75 varas al oeste, Casa No. 52, Edificio INDE, Managua, Nicaragua Tel: +505-2252-5800 Email: jcinicaragua@gmail.com Website: www.jci.cc/nicaragua

Educando y Jugando, JCI Inde Managua Metas y Acciones Tomadas: Ĺ&#x2DC; ,GHQWLĆ&#x201A;FDFLÂľQ GH OD QHFHVLGDG HQ HO FHQWUR HVFRODU -RVHID 7ROHGR a travĂŠs de visitas y entrevistas a las autoridades escolares, padres de familia y niĂąos del centro Ĺ&#x2DC; &RQWDFWR FRQ RUJDQL]DFLRQHV GH DSR\R DO WHPD HGXFDWLYR SDUD obtener donaciĂłn de juguetes educativos e higiene bucal Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URPRFLÂľQ GHO SUR\HFWR D WUDYÂŤV GH ODV UHGHV VRFLDOHV SDUD obtener el apoyo de voluntarios y donaciones para el proyecto Ĺ&#x2DC; 0RWLYDFLÂľQ D PLHPEURV GH -&, ,QGH 0DQDJXD SDUD DSR\DU FRQ donativos para el proyecto Resultados: 80 niĂąos del Centro Escoalr Josefa Toledo fueron atendidos a travĂŠs del proyecto y con conocimientos en temas de higiene bucal, higiene personal y seguridad vial, mejorando asĂ­ sus condiciones de vida y la de su familia.

De granito en granito renovamos la providencia, JCI Granada y JCI Inde Managua Metas y Acciones Tomadas: Ĺ&#x2DC; ,GHQWLĆ&#x201A;FDFLÂľQ GH QHFHVLGDGHV HQ DVLORV SDUD SHUVRQDV GH OD tercera edad de Granada y Jinotepe Ĺ&#x2DC; 6HOHFFLÂľQ GHO $VLOR D LPSDFWDU D WUDYÂŤV GHO SUR\HFWR $VLOR /D Providencia de la ciudad de Granada) Ĺ&#x2DC; &RQWDQFWR FRQ RUJDQL]DFLRQHV GH DSR\R D SHUVRQDV GH OD WHUFHUD edad Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URPRYHU HQWUH OD HPSUHVD SULYDGD GH OD FLXGDG GH *UDQDGD Resultados: Se mejorĂł el estado de ĂĄnimo y condiciones de vida de los ancianos del Hogar La Providencia de Granada por medio de la entrega de utensilios nuevos de cocina y la realizaciĂłn de actividades que permitan la interacciĂłn entre los jĂłvenes JCI y las personas de la tercera edad.

Otros resultados: Ĺ&#x2DC; 5HDOL]DGDV DFWLYLGDGHV GH LQWHUFDPELR HQWUH ORV MÂľYHQHV \ los ancianos que nos permita transmitan transmitirles cariĂąo y atenciĂłn Ĺ&#x2DC; 5HDOL]DU HO QRPEUH GH -&, FRPR XQD RUJDQL]DFLÂľQ GH MÂľYHQHV lĂ­deres activa en nuestras comunidades

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JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

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JCI Inde Managua

Karen Viriginia Galeano Murillo

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JCI Masaya

Byron Roberto Arana Vargas

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JCI Granada

Ligia Michelle Sandino Robleto

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JCI Niger Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Abdelrazak Seydou Toure Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH French Ĺ&#x2DC;/RFDO/DQJXDJH Djerma and Haoussa

National Secretariat BP.13421, Niger Tel: +227-90-941-704 Email: tourezak@yahoo.com Website: www.jci/local/niger

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JournĂŠe de soutien aux personnes handicapĂŠes Objectifs et Actions MenĂŠes: Ĺ&#x2DC; $PÂŤOLRUHU OHV FRQGLWLRQ GH YLH GHV SHUVRQQHV KDQGLFDSÂŤHV locomoteurs Ĺ&#x2DC; &RPPXQLFDWLRQV DXWRXU GX FRQFRXUV GH FRXUVH GH WULF\FOH Ĺ&#x2DC; 6HQVLELOLVDWLRQV GHV DXWRULWÂŤV HW GHV KDQGLFDSÂŤHV FDQGLGDWV VXU OD citoyennetĂŠ active Ĺ&#x2DC; &RXUVH GH WULF\FOH Ĺ&#x2DC; 5HPLVH GHV SUL[ GH VRXWLHQ RĂŠsultats: Ĺ&#x2DC; /HV MHXQHV KDQGLFDSÂŤHV RQW ÂŤWÂŤ VHQVLELOLVÂŤV VXU OD FLWR\HQQHWÂŤ HW le sida Ĺ&#x2DC; /D -&, =LQGHU D IDLW GH OD YLVLELOLWÂŤ VXU VHV DFWLRQV Ĺ&#x2DC; /HV JHQV VH VRQW GLYHUWLV Ĺ&#x2DC; 8QH VRFLÂŤWÂŤ GH WHOHSKRQLH $LUWHO 1LJHU D VRXWHQX OH SURMHW JCI Local Organization JCI Niamey

2011 Local President Zakou Harouna

JCI Niamey Elite JCI Universitaire Baobab JCI Arlit JCI Zinder JCI Tahoua JCI Universitaire Niamey JCI Maguin

Mohamed Moussa Roufai Moussa Alhassane Adouwal Tidjani Ya Arifa Mohamed Cherif Abdoulaziz

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JCI Nigeria

Nigeria Junior Chamber

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National Secretariat

5, Sunday Ogunyade Street, Behind Mobil Filling Station, Gbagada Lagos, Nigeria Tel: +234-80-3054-0462 Email: jci.nigeria@yahoo.com Website: www.jci.cc/nigeria

Annual Business Forum Goals and Actions Taken: Å&#x2DC; 7R HGXFDWH FRUSRUDWH RUJDQL]DWLRQV RQ WKH QHHG WR DGRSW WKH -&, UN Global Compact Å&#x2DC; 7R KHOS VPDOO DQG PHGLXP VL]HG HQWHUSULVHV 60(V JHW WKHLU business online Å&#x2DC; 7R IDFLOLWDWH WKH IRUPDWLRQ DQG UHJLVWUDWLRQ RI FRPSDQLHV Å&#x2DC; 7R HQFRXUDJH SDUWQHUVKLSV LQ EXVLQHVV Å&#x2DC; 3DUWQHUHG ZLWK WKH /DJRV &KDPEHU RI &RPPHUFH DQG RWKHU corporate bodies to execute the project Results: Å&#x2DC; )RUW\ 60(V LQGLFDWHG LQWHUHVW WR VLJQ XS IRU WKH 81 *OREDO Compact Å&#x2DC; )LIW\Æ&#x201A;YH QHZ FRPSDQLHV ZHUH IRUPHG DQG UHJLVWHUHG WKURXJK WKLV project Å&#x2DC; 6HYHQW\ 60(V QRZ KDYH ZHEVLWHV DV IROORZ XS RI WKLV SURMHFW Å&#x2DC; 3DUWQHUVKLS RQ EXVLQHVV FDSDFLW\ EXLOGLQJ VXSSRUW IURP WKH /DJRV Chamber of Commerce to young entrepreneurs

Free Distribution of more than 20,000 Mosquito Nets Goals and Actions Taken: Å&#x2DC; 7R SURPRWH WKH -&, Nothing But Nets Campaign and UN MDG Goal #6 Å&#x2DC; 7R HGXFDWH WKH UXUDO GZHOOHUV RQ WKH QHHG IRU FOHDQ HQYLURQPHQW Å&#x2DC; 3DUWQHUHG ZLWK WKH IHGHUDO JRYHUQPHQW 5ROO %DFN 0DODULD 3URJUDP Å&#x2DC; 'RQDWHG DQG GLVWULEXWHG IUHH PRVTXLWR QHWV Results: Å&#x2DC; 0RUH WKDQ  IDPLOLHV QRZ KDYH DQG NQRZ KRZ WR XVH WUHDWHG mosquito nets through this project Å&#x2DC; ,QFUHDVHG DZDUHQHVV RQ WKH GHDGO\ QDWXUH RI PDODULD Å&#x2DC; (VWDEOLVKPHQW RI D VSHFLDO VDQLWDWLRQ GD\ RQ WKH ODVW 6DWXUGD\ RI the month Å&#x2DC; 7KLUW\ SHUFHQW UHGXFWLRQ LQ WKH FDVHV RI LOOQHVV GXH WR PDODULD within project area

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Mass Deworming Project Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC;7RKHOSUXUDOSHRSOHOHDGDKHDOWKLHUOLIH Ĺ&#x2DC;7RUHGXFHWKHIUHTXHQF\RILOOQHVVRIVXEXUEDQGZHOOHUV Ĺ&#x2DC;3DUWQHUHGZLWKDSKDUPDFHXWLFDOFRPSDQ\WRFDUU\RXWWKH deworming project Ĺ&#x2DC;7RSURPRWHFLWL]HQĹ&#x2018;VLQLWLDWLYHLQFRPPXQLW\GHYHORSPHQWVHUYLFH Results: Ĺ&#x2DC;2YHUSHRSOHZHUHGHZRUPHGZHUHFKLOGUHQ Ĺ&#x2DC;$ZDUHQHVVRQWKHPHQDFHRIZRUPLQIHFWLRQLQFUHDVHGE\ Ĺ&#x2DC;(VWDEOLVKPHQWRIWKUHHQHZFRPPXQLW\YROXQWHHUVĹ&#x2018;QHWZRUNV within the federal capital territory of Nigeria Ĺ&#x2DC;(QGRZHGDQDQQXDOGHZRUPLQJH[HUFLVH SURMHFW DQGSXEOLF lecture Ĺ&#x2DC;)RUW\Ć&#x201A;YHSHUFHQWLQFUHDVHLQVXSSRUWWRSHWW\WUDGHUV

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JCI Local Organization 2011 Local President JCI Abeokuta Olajide Olateru JCI Abuja Metro Clifford Obiayo

2011 Project Name Peace Campaign with Nigeria Police Force Hosted a Debate Competition for Secondary Schools JCI Abuja Unity Sharon Akuboh To Deworm 3,000 People Through Mass Deworming Exercise JCI Akure Kayode Ogunleye Free Heart Check Project JCI Aso Richard Ojo Hosted JCI Nigeria Area C and D Joint Area Conference 2011 JCI Asaba Maryann Azibiantu Education For All Project JCI Calabar Umo Umo Hosted A State-Wide Tourism Concert JCI Eko Akinsola Aladesanmi Jaycees Against Youth Smoking (Jays) JCI Enugu Kingsley Ifah Hosted JCI Nigeria Area B Conference 2011 JCI Festac Seyifunmi Omotosho Sensitization of The Youth to Participate in the Electoral Process JCI Heartland Slyvernus Okorienta Free Distribution Of Over 3,000 Treated Nets JCI Ikeja Folakemi Segun-Idowu Gave Scholarship to 7 Children in an Orphange JCI Ikoyi Philip Kachikwu Donation of Items to the National Orthopedic Hospital JCI Kaduna Manir Tijani Hosted A Peace Concert After the General Elections JCI Kano Emmanuel Ezenibe Annual Fellowship with the Orphans Project JCI Kwara Yemi Adurotoye Hosted JCI Nigeria Area A Conference 2011 JCI Lagos Coral Rotimi Lawal Hosted a Climate Change Conference JCI Lagos Metropolitan Gloria Edozie Hosting the 2011 JCI Nigeria National Convention in October 2011 JCI Maryland Bayo Raji Hosted a National Youth Conference JCI Odua Abiola Ologundudu Monitoring of the General Elections JCI Olubadan Adedokun Philus Education Day Project JCI Oluyole Bola Ojediran Agricultural Extension Services to Rural Farmers Project JCI Onitsha John Eze Hosted a State-Wide MDG Conference JCI Orlu Basil Anyaoha Hosted An Agricultural Fair/Exhibitions JCI Port Harcourt Mike Tamunotonye Free Distribution Of Treated Nets JCI Premier Olusola Ojebola Entrepreneurship Training For Prison Inmates JCI Rockcity Dola Adeoye Sensitization Campaign on Voter's Registration and Monitoring of General Elections JCI Trans-Amadi Christiana Onuoha Free Distribution of Over 5,000 Treated Nets JCI Uyo City Christiana Ansa Donation Of Manual Water Pump To A Community JCI Warri Aghogho Ovovughe Career Development Seminar For Youth JCI Yenagoa Momoh Abdul Visit to the Motherless Babies' Home JCI Benin City Uyi Lawani Statewide Wealth Creation Workshop


JCI Norway Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Audun Kr. Høidal Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH Norwegian

National Secretariat

P.O. Box 1987, Oslo 0125 NORWAY Tel: +47-9203-0436 Email: post@jci.no Website: www.jci.no

JCI Nothing But Nets Calendar Goals and Actions Taken: Production and sale of calendars featuring pictures of local, national and past presidents wearing nothing but a mosquito net. Results: The cost of production was sponsored. All of sales income will go to the JCI Nothing But Nets program.

JCI Local Organization JCI Bergen JCI Drammen JCI Evolution (Trondheim) JCI Hamar

2011 Local President Cecilie Bartnes Andre Sveen Alma Karabeg Anethe Toth

JCI Innovation

Jon Per Persent

JCI Kristiansand JCI Kristiansund JCI Molde

Ole Stålesen Monica Svensson Unni Austvik

JCI Oslo JCI Sandnes

Andreas Hage Jeanette Andersen

JCI Ørsta-Volda JCI Ålesund

Tom Murdoch Larsen Kristin Wiig Sandnes

2011 Project Name Revitalizing of Local Organization National Congress 2011 JCI Nothing But Nets campaign Havnebåtfestivalen (activity day in city center) The Political Games (debating sports for political parties’s youth JCI Nothing But Nets Campaign Regional JCI Conference Innflytterdagen 2011 (activity day in city centre) Fair Trade Day The Political Games (debating sports for political parties' youth) Voldadagen (activity day in town centre) Revitalizing of Local Organization

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National Secretariat

PMB 111 P.O. Box 10000, Saipan, MP 96950 PACIFIC Email: saipan81921@hotmail.com

Joint Meeting with Asia-Pacific Development Council JCI Pacific and potential members had several meetings with the Asia-Pacific Development Council (APDC) to talk about JCI and their future together.

Aid Station for Saipan Marathon The Saipan Marathon is one of the major events in Saipan. JCI Pacific made its name popular to potential members and citizens in Saipan through the aid station. JCI Pacific built up friendship by supporting Saipan Marathon all together.

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JCI Pakistan Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Mustansir Ahmed Qureshi Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ĺ&#x2DC;/RFDO/DQJXDJH Urdu, Sindhi, Punjabi, Pashto and Balochi

National Secretariat

JCI Pakistan, 2nd Floor Al-Hamra Centre D-6 Block 7 and 8 Shaheed-e-Millat Road, Karachi, Pakistan Tel: +92-213-4522456 Email: info@jcipakistan.org Website: www.jcipakistan.org

Awareness Campagin on Thalassaemia and Hepatitis Goals and Actions Taken: Provide awareness to the common man how to prevent himself from contracting these diseases. Arrange camps, seminars workshops in collaboration with Kashif Iqbal Thalasseima Center and Ministry of Health Govt. of Sindh.

Series of Motivational Trainings on JCI theme â&#x20AC;&#x153;Be Betterâ&#x20AC;? Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QWURGXFHG -&, LQ EXVLQHVV VFKRRO DQG XQLYHUVLWLHV Ĺ&#x2DC; &RQGXFWHG DURXQG  VHVVLRQV LQ YDULRXV LQVWLWXWHV Results: More than 1000 students were taught the basics of how to be better and how to make this world a better place.

JCI Local Organization 2011 Local President 2011 Project Name JCI Paragon Muhammad Arshad 1. Evening with Special Children Ayub 2. Distribution of food bags at the ocassion of Eid amongst 100 families JCI City Dr. Mukhtiar Ali 1. Vaccination of Hepatitis B in remote area Mastoai of Sindh JCI Prime Zeeshan Taj JCI Progressive Sabiha Baloch Painting Exhibition on how to save the earth JCI Kotri Shahid Kazmi Distribution of gifts amongst TB patients JCI Bell Azra Mirza Fulfil the wish of Childredn of Make a wish Foundation. JCI Islamabad Shaban Khalid Seminar in Business Opportunities in Pakistan in colloboration with Islamabad Chamber of Commerce

Results: Established JCI as an community service organization and create responsibility amongst members to serve the community. Members donated blood for those affected by the diseases.

Seminar on Women in Entreprenuership Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; 7R SURYLGH RSSRUWXQLWLHV WR WKRVH VWXGHQWV VWXG\LQJ LQ EXVLQHVV school to start their own business Ĺ&#x2DC; $UUDQJHG UHSUHVHQWDWLYH IURP WKH 6PDOO DQG 0HGLXP (QWHUSULVH Development Authority (SMEDA) to train them how to start a new company. Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH VHFRQG SUHVHQWDWLRQ JLYHQ E\ )LUVW :RPHQ %DQN H[SODLQHG how to meet working capital requirements. Successful women entrepreneurs of the society shared their success stories. Results: Around 150 participants from different institutions attended the seminar and message of JCI was spread amongst young individuals.

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National Secretariat

Clayton, Calle Maritz Alabarca, Edificio 1007, PanamĂĄ, RepĂşblica de PanamĂĄ Tel: +4792030436 Email: secretaria.nacional@yahoo.com Website: www.jci.cc/local/panama

Desarrollo socioeconĂłmico de la comunidad de Vino Tinto desarrollado por JCI Alianza Metas y Acciones Tomadas: El objetivo principal del proyecto es realizar un diseĂąo bĂĄsico de estrategia de la comunidad Vino Tinto, para emprender un programa de desarrollo comunitario, que involucre alternativas de generaciĂłn de ingresos y beneficios sociales que repercutan en la mejora de la calidad de vida de sus habitantes. Objetivos EspecĂ­ficos: Ĺ&#x2DC; &RQWDU FRQ XQD HVWUDWHJLD FRPXQLWDULD TXH SHUPLWD FRQFHQWUDU esfuerzos para el logro de mejoras socioeconĂłmicas en el mediano plazo Ĺ&#x2DC; 'HVDUUROODU ODV FDSDFLGDGHV \ FRPSHWHQFLDV HQ ORV KDELWDQWHV de la comunidad, de manera que los mismos logren con el apoyo de JCI Alianza, implementar los planes de acciĂłn productos de la estrategia comunitaria Ĺ&#x2DC; 2EWHQHU HO DSR\R GH GLIHUHQWHV RUJDQL]DFLRQHV SDUD HO desarrollo y consolidaciĂłn de la estrategia comunitaria para la comunidad de Vino Tinto Resultados: Ya se ha visitado la comunidad, llevando ayuda: Acondicionamiento del Comedor Escolar, Desarrollo del Huerto Escolar, entrega de Ăştilesvescolares para los niĂąos de la comunidad. A largo plazo se continuarĂĄ trabajando con esta comunidad hasta ir resolviendo las necesidades de la misma.

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JCI PanamĂĄ participa activamente como uno de los â&#x20AC;&#x153;7 Gremiosâ&#x20AC;? que apoyan SumaRSE. Metas y Acciones Tomadas: De la uniĂłn de Integrarse (2000) y Red del Pacto Global (2002) surge en 2009 SumaRSE, asociaciĂłn sin ĂĄnimo de lucro que promueve la incorporaciĂłn de la Responsabilidad Social Empresarial (RSE) como forma de hacer negocios y estrategia competitiva, de tal forma que las empresas contribuyan al crecimiento socioeconĂłmico y al desarrollo sostenible de PanamĂĄ. JCI PanamĂĄ contribuye activamente junto con SumaRSE en la divulgaciĂłn de la RSE en PanamĂĄ. Resultados: JCI PanamĂĄ es considerada entre los â&#x20AC;&#x153;7 gremiosâ&#x20AC;? que brindan apoyo de SumaRSE. Participamos en todas las actividades encaminadas a promover la RSE en el paĂ­s y contribuĂ­mos con ideas e iniciativas para trabajar en conjunto. Es una oportunidad para incorporar nuestros proyectos basados en el Marco de la CiudadanĂ­a Activa con empresas panameĂąas que estĂŠn realizando RSE.

JCI PanamĂĄ Promueve DivulgaciĂłn del OMOIYARI Metas y Acciones Tomadas: Llevar la filosofĂ­a del OMOIYARI a la mayor cantidad de personas a travĂŠs de nuestros eventos nacionales. Se dictaron seminario durante la Academia de LĂ­deres Locales y la ConvenciĂłn Nacional. Se presentĂł el concepto en nuestro stand durante el Festival de la Juventud organizado por el Ministerio de Desarrollo Social. En fase de planeaciĂłn un evento masivo de divulgaciĂłn durante la celebraciĂłn del dĂ­a mundial JCI el 11 de diciembre. Resultados: Transmitir la filosofĂ­a del OMOIYARI a la mayor cantidad de personas posible. Es una labor continua. JCI Local Organization 2011 Local President 2011 Project Name JCI AcrĂłpolis Cristian Candanedo Proyectos de CapacitaciĂłn JCI Alianza Oldemar Del Cid Desarrollo socioeconĂłmico de la comunidad de Vino Tinto desarrollado por JCI Alianza JCI David JosĂŠ Henry Justavino Entrega de Mochilas en la Escuela de la Pita JCI de la Ciudad de Caroline GonzĂĄlez Apoyo a Nutre Hogar CoclĂŠ - Mejorar las PanamĂĄ condiciones de niĂąos de 0 a 5 aĂąos JCI de la ConcepciĂłn Amelia Trejos Cuida y Protege Tu Ambiente JCI Metropolitano Ivry Pineda Navegando hacia el Conocimiento JCI San Juan Bautista Kenia Karelys Pinto Proyectos de CapacitaciĂłn JCI Veraguas JonĂĄs Perez


JCI Paraguay CĂĄmara JĂşnior Internacional Paraguay

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National Secretariat

Pasaje CĂĄmara Junior casi 10 de agosto, Barrio San Antonio, San Lorenzo, Paraguay Tel: +595-21-591289 Email: secretaria.jcipy@gmail.com Website: www.jci.cc/local/paraguay

CiudadanĂ­a Activa e Independencia Patria Metas: Celebrando el bicentenario del Paraguay, se buscĂł hacer un proyecto nacional de impacto nacional, donde el objetivo fue estimular en los jovenes de los colegios, el estudio y reflexiĂłn sobre los jĂłvenes ciudadanos activos que 200 aĂąos atrĂĄs fueron los propulsores de la independencia de la Republica del Paraguay, jĂłvenes entre 25 a 30 aĂąos que gestaron los cambios positivos en el paĂ­s y asĂ­ formar una consciencia crĂ­tica, analizar y aprender aun mas sobre la historia de la patria y de los prĂłceres de la independencia, utilizando la oratoria como medio de expresiĂłn, y asĂ­ a la vez estimular la prĂĄctica de hablar en pĂşblico. Acciones Tomadas: Ĺ&#x2DC; (Q EDVH DO 0DUFR GH OD FLXGDGDQÂŻD $FWLYD GH OD -&, VH EXVFÂľ aliados estratĂŠgicos para la ejecuciĂłn del proyecto Ĺ&#x2DC; 6H UHDOL]Âľ HO ODQ]DPLHQWR GHO SUR\HFWR HQ HO 6DOÂľQ $XGLWRULR GH OD Vicepresidencia de la Republica Ĺ&#x2DC; /D -&, 3DUDJXD\ HVWDEOHFLÂľ ODV UHJODV \ PHWRGRORJÂŻDV GH ejecuciĂłn del programa, indicando normativas para el consurso de Oratoria, donde el tema del mismo fue â&#x20AC;&#x153;CiudadanĂ­a Activa e Independencia Patraâ&#x20AC;? Ĺ&#x2DC; 6H WUDEDMR FRRUGLQDGDPHQWH HQWUH HO 'LUHFWRU 1DFLRQDO GH Programas Comunitarios y el Director del Instituto Nacional de CapacitaciĂłn (INCAPA) Ĺ&#x2DC; /DV 2UJDQL]DFLRQHV /RFDOHV KLFLHURQ FRQWDFWRV FRQ FROHJLRV GH sus comunidades, ofrecieron cursos de capacitaciĂłn sobre oratoria y sobre tecnicas para hablar en publico Ĺ&#x2DC; 6H UHDOL]DURQ ORV FRQFXUVRV HQWUH DOXPQRV GH XQD PLVPD instituciĂłn y posterior a eso, un concurso general organizado por cada OrganizaciĂłn Local Ĺ&#x2DC; (Q OD 6HJXQGD 5HXQLÂľQ 1DFLRQDO GH OD -&, 3DUDJXD\ VH UHDOL]Âľ HO concurso final de oratoria entre los ganadores de cada ciudad Ĺ&#x2DC; 6H UHDOL]Âľ OD SUHPLDFLÂľQ GH ORV JDQDGRUHV QDFLRQDOHV HQ HO 6DOÂľQ Auditrio de la Vicepresidencia de la Republica

Resultados: Ĺ&#x2DC; 6H FRQVLJXLÂľ DOLDGRV HVWUDWÂŤJLFRV FRPR OD 9LFHSUHVLGHQFLD GH la Republica del Paraguay y la Entidad Binacional Itaipu, quienes financiaron el programa y donaron los premios consistentes en equipos informaticos para los ganadores generales Ĺ&#x2DC; (O SURJUDPD IXH GHFODUDGR GH ,QWHUÂŤV 1DFLRQDO SRU HO 0LQLVWHULR de EducaciĂłn y Cultura y por la Vicepresidencia de la Republica del Paraguay Ĺ&#x2DC; &RQ HVWD LQLFLDWLYD ORV HVWXGLDQWHV GH ORV FROHJLRV DSUHQGLHURQ aun mĂĄs sobre la historia de la patria y de los prĂłceres de la independencia Ĺ&#x2DC; 3DUWLFLSDURQ  FROHJLRV GH HQVHÂłDQ]D PHGLD GRQGH VH realizaron cursos de capacitaciĂłn sobre oratoria en 9 ciudades donde se encuentran las Organizaciones Locales Ĺ&#x2DC; 6H UHDOL]DURQ  FRQFXUVRV HQWUH FROHJLRV FRQ  JDQDGRUHV SRU cada uno, siendo premiados el tercer, segundo y primer puesto Ĺ&#x2DC; 6H UHDOL]Âľ OD FRPSHWHQFLD QDFLRQDO HQ OD 6HJXQGD 5HXQLÂľQ Nacional de la JCI Paraguay con los 9 ganadores de las ciudades, siendo los miembros del jurado, los Senadores RubĂŠn Gonzalez y Richard Segovia de la JCI Paraguay, ambos con experiencia en oratoria y el senador Edgar Ruffinendo, instructor ITF de la JCI Argentina, sobresalieron 3 ganadores nacionales Ĺ&#x2DC; 3UHVHQFLD HQ PHGLRV GH SUHQVD HVFULWR \ WHOHYLVLYR Ĺ&#x2DC; 3UHVHQFLD GH WRGRV ORV JDQDGRUHV \ GH PLHPEURV HQ HO 6DOÂľQ Auditorio de la Vicepresidencia de la Republica del Paraguay con la Presencia del Presidente Mundial de la JCI Kentaro Harada y del Vicepresidente de la Republica, Dr. Federico Franco

Por una Infancia Feliz Metas: Promover en los miembros de las Organizaciones Locales el Civismo Activo a fin de coordinar un programa de atenciĂłn integral a favor de la infancia en homenaje al DĂ­a del NiĂąo celebrado el 16 de agosto en el Paraguay. Crear conciencia y explicar a los niĂąos sobre la importancia de los Objetivos del Milenio de la ONU, a traves de un concurso de pinturas con el tema â&#x20AC;&#x153;El mundo que yo quiero.â&#x20AC;? Acciones Tomadas: Ĺ&#x2DC; (ODERUDFLÂľQ \ GLIXVLÂľQ GHO 3URJUDPD 1DFLRQDO HQ OD SULPHUD quincena del mes de julio Ĺ&#x2DC; /D -&, 3DUDJXD\ HODERUÂľ XQ GÂŻSWLFR LQIRUPDWLYR VREUH HO programa, el concurso con las bases y condiciones Ĺ&#x2DC; 6H UHDOL]DURQ FRQIHUHQFLDV GH SUHQVD VREUH ORV SXQWRV principales que abarca el programa Ĺ&#x2DC; 6H EXVFÂľ DOLDQ]DV HVWUDWÂŤJLFDV FRQ 81,&() 3DUDJXD\ OD SecretarĂ­a Nacional de la NiĂąez y la Adolescencia, Ministerio de EducaciĂłn, Ministerio de Justicia y Trabajo, Ministerio de Salud PĂşblica, replicando estas acciones en las Organizaciones Locales Ĺ&#x2DC; &RRUGLQDU OD GLIXVLÂľQ \ UHDOL]DFLÂľQ GHO HYHQWR \ FDOHQGDUL]DFLÂľQ de las jornadas en cada OrganizaciĂłn Local

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JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Asuncion

Mario Romero

Jovenes Sobresalientes

JCI CaaguazĂş

Lourdes Vera

D-e-l-e-t-r-e-a-n-d-o

JCI Ciudad del Este

Sebastian MartĂ­nez

Academia de Liderazgo â&#x20AC;&#x153;Leader 2011â&#x20AC;?

JCI Coronel Oviedo

Gilda Stanley

Unete a nosotros, Ăşnete a la vida

Alianzas estratĂŠgicas para trabajar con los Objetivos del Milenio

JCI Hernandarias

Fernando ZĂĄrate

Infancia feliz

JCI EncarnaciĂłn

Delia Medina

Becas Universitarias

JCI San Lorenzo

Hernan Galeano

Todos contra el dengue

Metas: Identificar aliados estratĂŠgicos para la JCI Paraguay para el trabajo en conjunto sobre los Objetivos del Milenio.

JCI San Ignacio

Adolfo Del Puerto

Al hermano un abrigo y un poquito de calor

JCI Santa Rita y Sur del Monday

Luis Fernando RomĂĄn

Expo Santa Rita

JCI Pedro Juan Caballero

AnahĂ­ Villalba

Carnaval Sin SIDA

JCI Pilar

NĂŠlida Encina

Aniversario Solidario

JCI Colonias Unidas

Adela Nita

Hermoseamiento del Parque Tajy Poti

JCI Salto del Guaira

Vicente Godoy

JCI en la Radio, Por un nuevo Paraguay

Acciones Tomadas: Ĺ&#x2DC;6HUHDOL]DURQUHXQLRQHVLQIRUPDWLYDVFRQDJHQFLDVGHODV Naciones Unidas, con UNICEF y con El Pacto Mundial Ĺ&#x2DC;6HLGHQWLĆ&#x201A;FDURQREMHWLYRV\SODQHVGHWUDEDMRVTXHSRGUÂŻDVHU realizado por la JCI Paraguay Ĺ&#x2DC;&RQ81,&()VHREVHUYÂľTXHODFDPSDÂłDĹ&#x201C;6LQYLROHQFLDVHHGXFD mejorâ&#x20AC;? es posible realizar con los voluntarios de la JCI Ĺ&#x2DC;&RQOD5HGGHO3DFWR0XQGLDOVHLGHQWLĆ&#x201A;FÂľDFFLRQHVTXHSRGUÂŻDQ realizarse de manera coordinada en las ciudades donde se encuentras las Organizaciones Locales, para difundir los 10 principios del Pacto Mundial de las Naciones Unidas Ĺ&#x2DC;6HĆ&#x201A;UPDURQDFXHUGRVGHFRRSHUDFLÂľQHQWUHODV-&,3DUDJXD\ y UNICEF Paraguay y entre la JCI Paraguay y la Red del Pacto Mundial Ĺ&#x2DC;6HUHDOL]DURQFKDUODVGHHQWUHQDPLHQWRSDUDHQWUHQDGRUHV representantes de las Organizaciones Locales, tanto en el Pacto Mundial como en la campaĂąa â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sin violencia se educa mejor de UNICEFâ&#x20AC;? Ĺ&#x2DC;6HUHDOL]DQFKDUODV\FDSDFLWDFLRQHVHQFDGDXQDGHODVFLXGDGHV  Ĺ&#x2DC;6REUHODFDPSDÂłDGH81,&()DJUXSRGHPDGUHV\  educadores de colegios  Ĺ&#x2DC;6REUHHO3DFWR0XQGLDOFRQSHTXHÂłRV\PHGLDQRV  empresarios de cada una de las ciudades Resultados: Ĺ&#x2DC;)LUPDGHDFXHUGRGHHQWHQGLPLHQWRVFRQ81,&()FRQOD Presencia del Presidente Mundial de la JCI Kentaro Harada como testigo de Honor, en el salĂłn auditorio de las Naciones Unidas Ĺ&#x2DC;)LUPDGHDFXHUGRGHHQWHQGLPLHQWRFRQOD5HGGHO3DFWR0XQGLDO con la presencia del Presidente Mundial de la JCI Kentaro Harada en el salĂłn auditorio de las Naciones Unidas Ĺ&#x2DC;&KDUODHQODVRĆ&#x201A;FLQDVGHO3DFWR0XQGLDODLQVWUXFWRUHV-&,TXH serĂĄn entrenadores de cada una de las ciudades Ĺ&#x2DC;(QWUHQDPLHQWRDLQVWUXFWRUHV-&,FRQXQDHVSHFLDOLVWD/LFHQ SicologĂ­a de UNICEF sobre la campaĂąa â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sin violencia se educa mejorâ&#x20AC;?, quienes serĂĄn instructores en sus ciudades respectivas Ĺ&#x2DC;'HVDUUROORGHDPERVWHPDVHQODVFRPXQLGDGHVGHODV Organizaciones Locales

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JCI Peru Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Rosemary Ramirez Rodriguez Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH Spanish Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH Spanish

National Secretariat Av. Canaval y Moreyra 328 San Isidro, Peru Tel: +51-1999348967 Email: informes@jci.org.pe Website: www.jci.org.pe

Foro de Responsabilidad Social y Ambiental Metas y Acciones Tomadas: Ř &RQFLHQWL]DU D OD FRPXQLGDG GH 3XHEOR /LEUH HQ WHPDV GH responsabilidad social y ambiental que impacten en su comunidad Ř ,GHQWLƂFDU ORV SUREOHPDV HQ OD FRPXQLGDG FRQ OD LGHD GH UHDOL]DU proyectos que involucren a los jovenes en beneficio de su propia comunidad Ř ,QYLWDU D ORV MRYHQHV GH 3XHEOR /LEUH SDUD OXHJR IRUPDU OD Organización Local

Resultados: Ř &RQVROLGDU XQD QXHYD 2UJDQL]DFLµQ /RFDO -&, 3XHEOR /LEUH Ř &RQFLHQWL]DU D OD FRPXQLGDG HQ OD SUREOHP£WLFD GH OD FRPXQLGDG

Speednetworking Metas y Acciones Tomadas: Ř 5HODFLRQDU D HPSUHVDULRV \ jovenes con el intercambio de ideas para formar empresas Ř 5HDOL]DU FRQWDFWRV HQWUH empresas y jovenes Ř &DSDFLWDU D ORV MRYHQHV TXH tienen la idea de formar un negocio

JCI Local Organization JCI Lima JCI Ica JCI Huancayo JCI Piura

2011 Local President Haydee Injante Ricardo Landazuri Enrique Ospina Daniel Castillo

2011 Project Name Speednetworking Mar y Tierra Ecoturismo en el Perù Convencion Nacional 2011 Sembrando Juntos con Piura

Resultados: Ř 6H UHDOL]R XQD UHG GH FRQWDFWRV SDUD IXWXURV SUR\HFWRV FRQ jovenes empresarios Ř )RUWDOHFLPLHQWR GH OD LPDJHQ GH OD RUJDQL]DFLµQ -&, /LPD

Jueves Emprendedores Metas y Acciones Tomadas: Ř &DSDFLWDU D ORV MRYHQHV HQ WHPDV GH HPSUHQGXULVPR Ř )RUWDOHFHU PDV D OD RUJDQL]DFLµQ GH -&, /LPD FRQ QXHYRV miembros Ř 0RWLYDU D ORV PLHPEURV FRQ FXUVRV GH DFWXDOL]DFLRQ Resultados: Nuevos miembros para la Organización Local de JCI Lima

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JCI Philippines Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Bernard Faustino M. DY Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř Local Language: Tagalog

National Secretariat

Philippine Jaycees Building, No. 14 Don Alejandro Roces Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines Tel: +632-373-7907, +632-373-7908, +632-3737909 Email: nom@philjaycees.com Website: www.jciphilippines.com

JCI Nothing But Nets Goals and Actions Taken: To support UN MDG 6 in eliminating malaria proliferated most especially in Africa and to focus on the project activities related to MDG 6 (Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases).

This is done by undertaking fundraising all throughout every year through an all-out campaign for donations on monetary assistance for said project. This year JCI Philippines have launched the national project “Coin Bank” a fund raising campaign for the project. Results: Since the launching and all out nationwide implementation of this project, approximately around $12,000 USD was raised mainly by donations made from JCI members, sponsors and non-members, which was donated to JCI.

Results: The implementation was a success and was able to have a great impact on the communities. With the help of the Local Organizations’ quick response, projects related to environmental conservation like tree planting for greening and reforestation and wild life conservation, campaign on reducing the carbon or green gas emissions and recycling. The Local Organizations have also undertaken rigorous campaigns urging citizens to support the “Earth Hour” project initiated by Department of Energy aimed toward energy and power conservation. This project encourages saving energy by turning off lights when not in use in houses, business establishments and public places. This should be done not only for a day but practiced daily.

Liter of Light project Goals and Actions Taken: To further promote environmental conservation, JCI Philippines National President Bernard Faustino sealed partnership with 2005 TOYM awardee for Social Entrepreneurship and 2007 JCI Ten Outstanding Young Person (JCI TOYP) honoree Mr. Illac Diaz on the project. This is an Upcycling Project that aims to provide alternative light to those less fortunate families in underdeveloped areas who cannot afford to pay the high cost of energy. The project entails teaching people to make a solar bottle light. Each bottle light is equivalent to 55 watts per bottle. This results in energy conservation and generates savings. The saved money can then be used for education and proper nutrition instead. This project also aims to help reduce green gas emissions using solar energy to produce light.

Goals and Actions Taken: This project aims to help address global warming and environmental sustainability. Through this project, JCI members are campaigning the commitment to help reduce the carbon emissions on a personal or organizational level. This is the first step toward having an impact on climate change.

Results: The first step of implementing this project was done over a course of one week. A caravan traveled from Manila to northern part of country, August 10 to 17, 2011, led by National President Faustino, JCI TOYP Honoree Illac Diaz and members of the National Board with the assistance of the host Local Organizations. During the caravan they were able to install around 500 solar bulbs, equivalent to 50 watts, to pilot areas, especially to residences in slum areas where there is no electricity. The team did not limit their job to installing bulbs, but they also taught the people how to install. Therefore, thousands of families around the country will be benefitted.

Every year, this project is implemented through the Local Organization members acting as young active citizens working

This project is adopted in many communities in the Philippines and now spreading worldwide.

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towards creating positive change. These actions have benefited the communities demonstrating JCI Philippines commitment to environmental preservation.

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Recovery from the Typhoon Disaster Goals and Actions Taken: The primary objective of this project was to distribute relief goods to victims in Cagayan Valley, those affected by the super typhoons which hit the country. Also, this project aimed to aid recent typhoon “Sendong” victims of flooding and devastated communities in affected areas in the country, particularly Cagayan de Oro and Iligan City. In support to this project and practicing the tenets of the JCI Creed that service to humanity is the best work of life. JCI Philippines National President Bernard Faustino called all JCI Philippines Local Organizations to mobilize their network to help solicit and gather relief goods to distribute to the victims who were displaced and lost their homes due to the disaster. Distributions were made with National President Faustino and the National Secretary General Christine Garcia. Results: Upon the call made by the National President, with the assistance of the National Officers, efforts from the National Organization and Local Organizations proved successful. Many of the Local Organizations responded by sending gathered relief goods and cash donations sent to the JCI Philippines Secretariat. Some Local Organizations have also conducted their own relief operations directly by setting up their own relief centers. The relief goods that were collected in the JCI Philippines Secretariat was delivered to evacuation centers in different affected areas in the country.

JCI Local Organization JCI Dagupan Inc.

2011 Local President Jay dela Cruz

JCI Davao JCI San Juan Pinaglabanan

Steve Arquiza Dominic Garcia

JCI Legaspi

Noel Retuerma

JCI Iloilo JCI baguio San Flower JCI Macajalar 24K JCI Iloilo Ilang-Ilang JCI Metro Bacolod JCI Manilena JCI Puerto Princesa Peacock JCI Hundred Islands JCI Davaoena DabaDaba JCI Alicia Kapagayan

Franjieh Eon Tiu Renee Taguibos Sheryll Quinal Maria Liza Nava Charina M. Tan Odessa DC Bernardo Venice de los Angeles Earl James Aquino Anna Lorraine Lim Santiago Joanna Maris Dasig

JCI Angeles City Culiat JCI Naguilian Basi JCI Durian City JCI Kagayhaan Gold JCI Lipa JCI Quezon City Capitol JCI Lingayen Bagoong JCI Boholana Kisses

Catherine M. So Alma Estipona Don Stuart Lanzar Mary Josel Dispo Robison Manalo Donnie Garlit Ghiener Enrique Cherryl Tirol

JCI Paranaque Pambato JCI Puerto Princesa Kiao

Alvin Navarro Carlo Palo

JCI Bohol Sandugo JCI Manila

Dilo Evangelista Kenneth Delbert Lim

JCI Iligan

Erwin U. Libron

JCI Marikina Marikit JCI Trece Martirez JCI Angeles City Culiat JCI Puerto Princesa Peacock JCI San Pedro Portal Key

Melanie Atanacio Lester Moises Catherine M. So enice delos Angeles Ana Cecilia Palma

JCI Regatta JCI Greater Dipag

Charry Elon Lea Ranillo

2011 Project Name Puno ng Kasiyahan: Mga Bantayog para sa Kinabukasan JCI Davao G.E.M.s MARE Program for Women and Children (“M” for Medical Missions for Women and Children, “A” for Vitamin MORE THAN MINING: JCI Legazpi and RRPP – Exposing Earths True Great Treasure – Human Personality Leadership Gold A Yearlong Caravan of Health Care M24K’s Children’s Education Program Dare to End Hunger JCI Metro Bacolod Cribs (MBJC Cribs) I-GIVE Bag-to-Basic (Act Green. Use No Plastic) Just...Caring...Inspiring Saving Lives Medical Outreach Program JCI SHARES: Distribution of Western Union School Supplies People with Disability, People with Dreams Lead with Care JCI Durian City with Love Retire Young, Retire Rich We CANCERve Hope to You Camp Pag-ibig The Good, The Bad and The Boney Green E-nitiative: Building a Sustainable and Greener Future One World Zero Waste Stop ‘Em and Stick ‘Em - Y2 (A Global Warming Awareness Campaign Green Way Challenge JCI Manila 2011 Business Development Program, Dare to C.A.R.E 2 Building School for a Better Tomorrow, Iligan Night Market-Empowering Small Businesses Plant a Tree Save a Soul 5k Run for the Nets Robin Hood 1Team for U R a Wonder of Nature Juanderful Cares: Fight against Maternal Mortality and Breast Cancer Program Pinoy Icon Help a Child Build a Life

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JCI Poland JCI Polska

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National Secretariat

Poland, 30-106 KrakĂłw, Senatorska 15 st. Phone: +48-501-394-050 Website: www.jcpoland.pl Email: lukasz@clubnet.pl

5th Annual Dancing Feniks in Krakow Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; &ROOHFW IXQGV IRU -&, Nothing But Nets  DQG IRU D ORFDO IRXQGDWLRQ 

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JCI Impact of One Goals and Actions Taken: We meet regularly every three months to show others what JCI is. Each member is required to bring one new person who could be a potential member of JCI. We organize official JCI Training for potential members and show them who we are, what projects we do, how we learn and teach each other. We invite them to come to our regular meetings twice each month and encourage them to join our activities. Results: As a result after each meeting we have at least two new members. JCI Local Organization Krakow Wroclaw Warszawa

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2011 Local President Lukasz Fuja Piotr Sobczak Grzegorz Kapica

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2011 Project Name 5th Annual Dancing Feniks Impact of One


JCI Portugal

Junior Chamber International—Associação Portuguesa de Jovens Empreendedores

Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQWRui Sarmento Santos Clara Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH Portuguese

National Secretariat

R: Vitorino Nemésio, nº90, 5º CTrs, 4050-637 Porto, Portugal Tel: +351-220311763 Email: info@jciportugal.cc Website: www.jciportugal.cc

JCI Nothing But Nets Goals and Actions Taken: Book sales—a portion of the money is donated to JCI Nothing But Nets. Results: Several books sold so far—money delivered during the 2011 JCI World Congress in Brussels, Belgium.

JCI Active Citizen Framework JCI Local Organization JCI Porto JCI Lisboa JCI Cascais JCI Sul Tejo JCI Faro JCI Covilhã JCI Coimbra

2011 Local President André Oliveira Nuno Rodrigues Luciana Klanovichz Marco Santos Mário José Ricardo Rodrigues Ricardo Coimbra

Goals and Actions Taken: Presentation and discussion directed to the Local Organizations covering the JCI Active Citizen Framework. Results: Increased awareness and motivation to develop new projects with a positive impact on society.

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JCI Puerto Rico Cámara Júnior de Puerto Rico Inc

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National Secretariat

PO BOX 1201 Sabana Seca PR 00952 Phone: +787-410-5013 Email: fyesy@yahoo.com Website: www.jci.cc/puerto_rico

Campaña Recaudación de Fondos para JCI Nothing But Nets Metas y Acciones Tomadas: Ř 4XH FDGD 2UJDQL]DFLµQ /RFDO UHDOL]DUD XQD HYHQWR SDUD UHFDXGDU fondos para esta campaña Ř /HYDQWDU FRQFLHQFLD HQ OD FLXGDGDQLD VREUH OD SUREOHP£WLFD GH OD malaria Resultados: JCI Puerto Rico logró recaudar US $1,400 para la campana JCI Nothing But Nets, el cual fue entregado en el Congreso Mundial 2011.

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2011 Project Name

JCI Colegial

Maydaliz Toro

Charla legal para victimas de maltrato por violencia domestica

JCI Levittown-Metro

Rafael Ramos

Campaña JCI Nothing But Nets

JCI San Sebastián

Ana B. Borges

Paso a Paso

JCI Moca

Victor Deynes

Recolecta Navidad para ninos de escasos recursos

JCI Humacao

Iris de Leon

Recogido de Escombros

JCI Sabana Grande

Andere Lopez

Apadrina un niño en el regreso a la escuela

JCI San Germán

Tatiana Sanchez

Charlas orientación comunitarias

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JCI Romania Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Mihaela Liliana Stroe Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ĺ&#x2DC;/RFDO/DQJXDJH Romanian

National Secretariat

Calea Victoriei STREET, No. 224, Block of flats D5, Floor 4, Apartment 15, District 1, Bucharest, Romania Tel: +40-21-310-64-44 Email: sg@jci.ro Website: www.jci.ro

JCI Romania Leadership Academy Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; ,W ZLOO JLYH WKH SRVVLELOLW\ IRU ORFDO ERDUG PHPEHUV DQG QDWLRQDO board members to learn about management and development of JCI Romania Ĺ&#x2DC; $W OHDVW  JURZWK LQ /RFDO 2UJDQL]DWLRQV DIWHU $FDGHP\ Ĺ&#x2DC; 1HZ FKDSWHUV ZLWK  QHZ PHPEHUV HDFK Results: Ĺ&#x2DC;  3DUWLFLSDQWV Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH HVWDEOLVKLQJ RI WZR QHZ /RFDO 2UJDQL]DWLRQV -&, 3ORLHVWL and JCI Buzau) will let JCI Romania and JCI Europe have several benefits Ĺ&#x2DC; -&, 5RPDQLD /HDGHUVKLS $FDGHP\ ZLOO LQFUHDVH XQGHUVWDQGLQJ RI JCI among members and better leadership on local and national levels

Young Entrepreneursâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;Mentoring Program Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; (DFK SDUWLFLSDQW JRHV WKURXJK a training period (5 modules), and after this, based on evaluation, the best candidates will go into a mentoring program Ĺ&#x2DC; 7HDPV IRUPHG E\ SDUWLFLSDQW and mentor will work together for six weeks to create a business plan and to make the first steps together to implement the business Results: Ĺ&#x2DC;  3DUWLFLSDQWV ZKR FUHDWHG WKHLU RZQ EXVLQHVV SODQ Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URJUDP HQGHG ZLWK DQ RIĆ&#x201A;FLDO HYHQW ZKHUH WKH \RXQJ entrepreneurs, mentors and people from business world and mass media participated

Dracula Campâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;International School on Project Management Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; 7R GHYHORS DQG SURPRWH young entrepreneurs Ĺ&#x2DC; 7R SURPRWH WKH -&, LPDJH DQG values Ĺ&#x2DC; 7R FROODERUDWH ZLWK ORFDO authorities and big business players Ĺ&#x2DC; 7R GHYHORS -&, PHPEHUV DQG partners project management abilities Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; 7UDLQLQJ SURMHFW PDQDJHPHQW ZRUNVKRSV VWXG\ FDVHV teambuiding activities, and Romanian traditional activities Ĺ&#x2DC; 'D\  +RZ WR PDNH SURMHFW SODQQLQJ D VXFFHVV Ĺ&#x2DC; 'D\  'HYHORSLQJ DQG LPSOHPHQWLQJ HIIHFWLYH PHWKRGV to fast-track projects Ĺ&#x2DC; 'D\  )UHTXHQW FKDOOHQJHV LQ SURMHFWV Ĺ&#x2DC; 'D\  9LVLWV JCI Local Organization JCI Bucharest JCI Brasov JCI Cluj JCI Constanta JCI Iasi JCI Lugoj JCI Sibiu JCI Timisoara JCI Buzau

2011 Local President Mihai Russu Ionut Tata Stelian Burduhos Oana Radu Laura Taschina Calin Bublea Alin Ghizasan Alexandru Pamfilii Bogdan David

2011 Project Name JCI Mixer HR Society Dracula Camp Fairies Workshop Multiwinning Event Danube Conference Development Workshops Business Arena Campaign Be Better!

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JCI Rwanda Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Hakizimana Lydie Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ĺ&#x2DC;/RFDO/DQJXDJH Kinyarwanda

National Secretariat

Kigali-Rwanda Tel: +250788312839 Email: jcirwanda@gmail.com Website: www.jci.cc/local/rwanda

Terimbere Business Plan Competition Goals and Actions Taken: Poverty Alleviation through small- and medium-sized enterprises (SME) development. Junior Chamber International (JCI) Rwanda has launched the Terimbere Bussiness Plan competition, a business plan competition to stimulate growth of the SME sector in Rwanda. The primary objective of the Terimbere Challenge is to encourage the existing and to inspire new entrepreneurs to grow their business. Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; $VVHVVPHQW FRPSOHWHG LQ SDUWQHUVKLS RI -&, 5ZDQGD DQG 185 and the support from Bid Network and SPARK assessors Ĺ&#x2DC;  -&, VWDII DQG PDQDJHPHQW PHPEHUV SDUWLFLSDWHG LQ DFWLYLWLHV Ĺ&#x2DC;  SHRSOH ZHUH UHDFKHG WKURXJK WKHVH SXEOLF HYHQWV Ĺ&#x2DC;  RIĆ&#x192;LQH DSSOLFDWLRQV IRU %XVLQHVV 3ODQ &RPSHWLWLRQ Ĺ&#x2DC;  PRVW SRWHQWLDO EXVLQHVV LGHDV SUHVHOHFWHG IRU DWWHQGLQJ business plan writing training Ĺ&#x2DC; )HHGEDFN OHWWHUV GLVWULEXWHG WR DOO DSSOLFDQWV Ĺ&#x2DC;  HQWUHSUHQHXUV WUDLQHG LQ EXVLQHVV SODQ ZULWLQJ Ĺ&#x2DC;  WUDLQHUV HQJDJHG

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Health Insurance for All Rwandans Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URYLGH KHDOWK LQVXUDQFH WR vulnerable people living in rural Rwanda Ĺ&#x2DC; 'XULQJ WKH YLVLW RI WKH  JCI World President, JCI Rwanda distributed 600 health insurances to people living in Gikomero Sector, Gasabo District. These health insurances will support 600 families to access medical care for one full year Results: 600 people will receive treatment when sick from diseases such as malaria. By providing access to medical care, the people of Gikomero will be able to take children to the hospital where the children will be able to recover quickly and eventually go back to school and complete their studies. We hope that the productivity of the whole villlage will be improved by decreasing the amount of sick people.

Promoting and Disseminating the UN Convention of Persons with Disabilities Goals and Actions Taken: To promote, protect and ensure the full and equal enjoyment of all human rights and fundamental freedoms by all persons with disabilities and to promote respect for their inherent dignity. JCI Rwanda organized a disability rights training of 41 representatives of the disabled in Rwanda and the distribution of UN convention on Persons with Disabilities and distribution of 500 copies translated into Kinyarwanda. Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; 5ZDQGD &RPPXQLWLHV VHQVLWL]HG LQ YDULRXV ULJKWV RI GLVDEOHG people. More specifically on the UN Convention of the Persons with Disabilities 146

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JCI Local Organization JCI Mille Collines JCI NUR JCI Kigali Youth Center JCI UP JCI ULK JCI KIST-KHI

2011 Local President Gasarabwe Stany Muyenzi Mpore Lyse Museveni Paul Umuhire Carine Mugisha Balinda Placide Mushongore

2011 Project Name Health Insurance for All One Bin Per Class Zebra Crossing Project Reinforcement Networking Dinner on Entreprenurship Training on Business Plan writing Let Us Make Our Kigali City Clean


JCI Scotland Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Suzanne Shinnie Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH English

National Secretariat

Email: info@jciscotland.com Website: www.jciscotland.com

Creative Young Entrepreneur Award Goals and Actions Taken: Along with JCI Glasgow, the Creative Young Entrepreneur Programme has run successfully in Scotland attracting a variety of entrants and culminated in a spectacular awards ceremony. Results: JCI Scotland are delighted that the national winner has been shortlisted for the international competition in Brussels.

Tartan Project Goals and Actions Taken: Re-launch of the JCI Scotland Tartan Project. JCI members have an official tartan. JCI Scotland has been gathering stock and will be promoting this at the JCI World Congress. Results: JCI Scotland tartan products will be available for all members to order online.

Strategy and Development Planning Goals and Actions Taken: A program of action to ensure that there is a five-year planning and succession for JCI Scotland. Results: Ř 6WUDWHJ\ PHHWLQJ ZHHNHQG Ř 6WUDWHJ\ GRFXPHQW Ř $GRSWLRQ RI JURZWK DQG GHYHORSPHQW SODQV IRU QH[W ƂYH \HDUV Ř 3ODQ IRU WUDLQHUV DQG WUDLQLQJ

JCI Local Organization JCI Aberdeen JCI Edinburgh JCI Glasgow

2011 Local President Steven Wilson Pauline Mcleod Maggie Georgopoulos

2011 Project Name Grampian Industrialist Social Media Academy JCI CYEA

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JCI Senegal Jeune Chambre Internationale SĂŠnĂŠgal

Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW FrĂŠdĂŠric Paul GOMIS Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH French Ĺ&#x2DC;/RFDO/DQJXDJH Wolof

National Secretariat

24, Mermoz Extension, Dakar Tel: +221-338559092 Email: jcisenegal2011@gmail.com Website: www.jci.cc/senegal

Sourire aux enfant Objectifs et Actions MenĂŠes: Redonner le sourire aux enfants du village S.O.S de Dakar en les parrainant, en les dotant dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ordinateurs et de logiciels de base en informatique, en partageant avec eux un moment de convivialitĂŠ autour dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;un repas. La Jeune Chambre International SĂŠnĂŠgal consciente des prĂŠoccupations GH OD SRSXODWLRQ GDNDURLVH HW SOXV SDUWLFXOLÂŞUHPHQW GHV HQIDQWV abandonnĂŠs et dĂŠshĂŠritĂŠs a voulu pour sa part apportĂŠ son soutien indĂŠfectible a cette couche vulnĂŠrable. Ainsi JCI SĂŠnĂŠgal apporte sa touche personnelle pour lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;atteinte des deux premiers objectifs du millĂŠnaire pour le dĂŠveloppement Ă avoir: Ĺ&#x2DC; 5ÂŤGXFWLRQ GH OĹ&#x2018;H[WUÂŹPH SDXYUHWÂŤ HW GH OD IDLP Ĺ&#x2DC; $VVXUHU OĹ&#x2018;ÂŤGXFDWLRQ SULPDLUH SRXU WRXV La JCI SĂŠnĂŠgal compte avec ses partenaires renouveler Ă  chaque DQQÂŤH OH SURMHW m VRXULUH DX[ HQIDQWV } GDQV FKDTXH UÂŤJLRQ GX SĂŠnĂŠgal oĂš se trouve un village S.O.S. RĂŠsultats: /H SURMHW m VRXULUH DX[ HQIDQWV } D GRQQÂŤ OĹ&#x2018;RSSRUWXQLWÂŤ DX[ HQIDQWV et Ă  leur village de disposer de : MatĂŠriels informatiques, parrainage du village, dĂŠjeuner offert par les partenaires et la JCI. Tous les Enfants du Village S.O.S. ont ĂŠtĂŠ parrainĂŠs, achat de deux ordinateurs et fourniture de logiciels de base pour leur centre dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ĂŠtude, un dĂŠjeuner a ĂŠtĂŠ partagĂŠ avec les enfants.

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2011 Local President Joel AKPABIE Cheikh A. T. GAYE Ndèye Souka DIOUF Bassirou MANSALY

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2011 Project Name DĂŠpistage cancer du sein Don au Daara Djoffior PrĂŠparons demain Education au risque mines, Don aux lĂŠpreux

PrĂŠparons demain Objectifs et Actions MenĂŠes: /H FDV GHV HQIDQWV GH OD UXH HVW XQ SUREOÂŞPH TXL VH SRVH DYHF acuitĂŠ vu quâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ils sont quelquefois victimes dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;abandon, de mauvais WUDLWHPHQWV /D TXHVWLRQ QH GRLW SDV ÂŹWUH GX VHXO UHVVRUW GHV pouvoirs publics. Câ&#x20AC;&#x2122;est pourquoi la JCI Dakar-Avenir en rĂŠponse aux Objectifs du MillĂŠnaire pour le DĂŠveloppement a rĂŠalisĂŠ ce projet. CĂŠlĂŠbration de la journĂŠe mondial de lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;enfant Africain par la pĂŠrennisation du projet â&#x20AC;?PrĂŠparons Demain.â&#x20AC;? Surtout des consultations gratuites pour les habitants de la dĂŠcharges (Ă RUGXUHV GH 0EHXEHXV GH 'DNDU WUÂŞV VRXYHQW H[SRVÂŤV SDU lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;insalubritĂŠ. RĂŠsultats: Consultation de plus de 200 patients (enfants-adultes-personnes ¤JÂŤHV GH   DQV  VHQVLELOLVDWLRQ VXU OHV ULVTXH GHV PDODGLHV G½ ¢ la dĂŠcharge dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ordures.

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JCI Serbia Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Dejan Jocic Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English

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Pariske komune 17/16, NiĹĄ Serbia 18000 SERBIA Tel: +381-63-827-7827

Clothes and Shoes for Everyone Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; 7R SURYLGH FORWKHV DQG VKRHV for children by collecting second-hand clothes and shoes Ĺ&#x2DC; ,Q RXU FRPPXQLW\ WKHUH DUH many socially deprived children and Roma who need clothing and shoes. Some of them have no warm clothes and boots during the cold weather. They miss school when the weather is bad since they become completely soaked Ĺ&#x2DC; 3DUWQHUHG ZLWK 5RWDUDFW FOXE 6XERWLFD ORFDO PHGLD D IHZ VKRSV where we collected goods

Snack for Everyone Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; 7R SURYLGH RQH PHDO D GD\ WR those who do not even have any at all Ĺ&#x2DC; ,Q RXU FRPPXQLW\ WKHUH DUH many socially deprived children and Roma who lack meals. Some of them have not even one meal a day Ĺ&#x2DC; :H SURYLGHG EUHDG DQG MDP /DWHU RQ ZH SURYLGHG D IUHH PHDO from a local bakery Ĺ&#x2DC; 3DUWQHUHG ZLWK D ORFDO EDNHU\ DQG ORFDO PHGLD Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URYLGHG D WRWDO RI  meals in 180 working days to 30 pupils Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KLV SURMHFW EURXJKW awareness to many people about this issue Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH QHHG ZDV UHGXFHG EXW not completely eliminated since we did not have enough money to provide food for every child who needed help

Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; 2QH WRQ RI FORWKHV DQG VKRHV were collected. Expenditures were not counted as we all used our own resources Ĺ&#x2DC; $URXQG  SHRSOH EHQHĆ&#x201A;WHG Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH FKLOGUHQ UHFLHYHG D ORW of clothes and many people continued bringing goods even after the end of the project The need of clothing was reduced, but not completely eliminated because many of the people do not have the basic hygienic habits and donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t wash their clothes regularly. Therefore, the need for new clothes is even greater. Through this project, people learned about the serious problems that affect these children. Lunch was donated to them in year 2011.

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JCI Sierra Leone Ĺ&#x2DC;1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Samai Rahman Bureh

National Secretariat

2 Kingtom bridge, Freetown, Sierra Leone Tel: +232-33-764-033 Email: ngoseifu95@yahoo.com Website: www.jci.cc

JCI Nothing But Net Distribution Goals and Actions Taken: Aligned with UN Millennium Development Goal #6 and JCI Nothing But Nets, JCI Sierra Leone members teamed up with the United Methodist Church (UMC) to educate mosquito net recipients on proper use and care. Three teams of JCI members and UMC volunteers gathered in the town of Gbo and were greeted by local residents. Members and volunteers went from house to house hanging mosquito nets and showing recipients how to use them. They also went to the town of Taiama and were welcomed by the people to check their homes for effective use of the nets. Results: These education trips were successful and helped many net recipients with proper care and effective use to keep them protected from malaria. JCI Sierra Leone members are planning for future JCI Nothing But Nets activities similar to this, but they hope to also include an actual net distribution involving the UN Foundation.

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JCI Singapore Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQWAng Yuit Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English

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112 Middle Road, #0401, Midland House, Singapore 188970 Tel: +6337-4307 Email: info@jcs.org.sg Website: www.jcisingapore.cc

Ten Outstanding Young Persons Singapore The key essence and significance of the Ten Outstanding Young Persons (JCI TOYP) Awards remains to celebrate the efforts of the outstanding individuals of Singapore as they continue to impact, inspire and serve to humanity.

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JCI Slovakia JCI Slovensko

Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQWPeter Dorcak Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH Slovak

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Dolnozemska cesta 1,852 35 Bratislava, Slovakia Tel: +421-905403596 Email: jcsk@zoznam.sk Website: www.jcsk.sk

JCI Creative Young Entrepreneur Award (JCI CYEA) in Slovakia 2011 Goals and Actions Taken: Support of young innovative entrepreneurs. Results: Awarded of five finalists and chose three semifinalists to compete in the international competition.

Student Entrepreneurial Prize 2011 Goals and Actions Taken: Support of undergraduate students who are also practicing business. Results: Chose a top finalist, an absolute winner with the nomination to worldwide competition.

Student Personality Slovakia 2010/2011 Goals and Actions Taken: Support of outstanding students at Slovak universities. Results: Award 11 winners from 11 cateogories, final winner got the Prize of the President of the Slovak Republic.

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JCI Bratislava JCI Nitra JCI Prešov JCI Senec JCI Žilina


JCI South Africa Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Tshepo Thlaku Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH Afrikaans, English, Ndebele, Pedi, Sotho, Swazi, Xhosa, Tsonga, Tswana, Venda and Zulu

National Secretariat

c/o: Pulego Communications, Innovation Centre, 6 Mark Shuttleworth Street, The Innovation Hub 0087 Pretoria, South Africa Tel: +27-74-117-2762 Email: secretary@jcisouthafrica.co.za Website: www.jci.cc/southafrica

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Promotion of UN MDGs and UN Global Compact (UNGC) Goals: Ř &UHDWH DQ DZDUHQHVV RI 81 0LOOHQQLXP 'HYHORSPHQW *RDOV 81 MDGs) amongst youth organizations Ř (QFRXUDJH SURMHFWV RI \RXWK WR EH FKDQQHOHG WRZDUGV DFKLHYLQJ the UN MDGs Ř 3URPRWH WKH 81 *OREDO &RPSDFW 81*& DPRQJVW HQWUHSUHQHXUV Ř 'LVFXVVLRQV RQ DFKLHYLQJ SULQFLSOHV RI WKH 81*& Actions: Ř 0DGH SUHVHQWDWLRQV LQ HYHQWV RI RWKHU \RXWK RUJDQL]DWLRQV RQ UN MDGs Ř 3URPRWH 81 0'*V WKURXJK 1DWLRQDO DQG /RFDO HYHQWV DV ZHOO DV newsletters Ř 3DUWQHU ZLWK RUJDQL]DWLRQV DQG SURMHFWV DUH IRFXVHG RQ WKH 81 MDGs and social entrepreneurship Ř 3DUWLFLSDWH LQ WKH *OREDO &RPSDFW 1HWZRUNV RI 6RXWK $IULFD Ř (QFRXUDJH HQWUHSUHQHXUV WR VLJQ XS WKHLU FRPSDQLHV IRU 81*& Results: Ř ,PSURYHG DZDUHQHVV RI WKH 81 0'*V LQ SDUWQHU \RXWK organizations and our members Ř 3URMHFWV RI /RFDO 2UJDQL]DWLRQV DUH DOLJQHG WR 81 0'*V Ř -&, 6RXWK $IULFD LV D VLJQLWRU\ RI 81*& Ř (QWUHSUHQHXUV UHJLVWHULQJ WKHLU FRPSDQLHV RQ 81*&

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JCI Local Organization JCI Tshwane JCI Joburg JCI Mogale City JCI Sandton JCI Polokwane (Potential) JCI Cape Town (Potential) JCI Soweto (Potential)

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2011 Local President Angel Kgokolo Shivo Lawrence Titswa Modise Linda Ben Tshepo Mathabatha Zandile Hushe Cedric Phala

2011 Project Name Mogodu Children Home Shake the World Project - Promote MDGs Reya Kolomaka - Cleaning Campaign Alexandra Children Home


JCI Sri Lanka Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Jiffry Zulfer Hassen Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ĺ&#x2DC;/RFDO/DQJXDJH Sinhala and Tamil

National Secretariat 189 Sri Saranankara Road, Dehiwala, Sri Lanka Tel: +94-777-724777 Email: info@jcisl.org Website: www.jcisl.org

Teach for Sri Lanka Goals and Actions Taken: Teach For Sri Lanka (TFSL), a community project done by JCI Sri Lanka Kollupitiya, aimed at addressing the issues faced by children who are either orphans or less privileged by providing them with the educational assistance they need beyond the class room. The programs recruited highly skilled individuals from around the country with a sound educational background to serve as volunteer part-time teachers. These individuals include professionals from various fields such as education, medicine, engineering and IT. The selected volunteers are conducting lessons on chosen subject/ subjects on a weekly basis for a minimum of five months at a childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s home assigned to them. Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH SURMHFW SURYLGHG XQGHUSULYLOHJHG FKLOGUHQ ZLWK WKH HGXFDWLRQDO assistance they need in addition to what they receive at school, hence improving their knowledge and competency Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH SURJUDP KHOSHG VWXGHQWV WR GHYHORS WKHLU VRIW VNLOOV VXFK DV communication and team work Ĺ&#x2DC; $V WKH SURMHFW WDUJHWHG VPDOO JURXSV RI FKLOGUHQ LW JDYH HDFK student the individual attention they need as the knowledge level of each student may vary Ĺ&#x2DC; 5HOLHYHG WKH LQVWLWXWLRQV RI Ć&#x201A;QDQFLDO RYHUKHDG LQYROYHG LQ providing students with such assistance by providing this service free of charge Ĺ&#x2DC; %\ LQYROYLQJ VXFFHVVIXO SURIHVVLRQDOV LQ WKH SURJUDP LW LQVSLUHG the children to create goals and dreams for themselves in terms of career and personal success Ĺ&#x2DC; &XOWLYDWHG WKH LGHD RI VKDULQJ DQG KHOSLQJ HDFK RWKHU WKURXJK example Ĺ&#x2DC; +HDOWK VFUHHQV FRQGXFWHG DW &KLOGUHQĹ&#x2018;V +RPHV KHOSHG WR LGHQWLI\ and eliminate the health barriers they have, which would have become obstacles for their education

Health Camp Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH EDVLF SODQ RI WKH SURMHFW ZDV WR KDYH WKH WKH +HDOWK &DPS on the 24th of July from 8:30 a.m. onwards at the Roman Catholic Maha Vidyalaya Girls School in Mundall, Chilaw Ĺ&#x2DC; 2Q WKH WK LW ZDV GHFLGHG WR KDYH DQ RSHQLQJ FHUHPRQ\ IRU WKH Health Camp where it will officially commenced and the donation of spectacles to the Divisional Secretariat took place Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KLV SURMHFW ZDV WR EH RUJDQL]HG DORQJ ZLWK WKH -&, 6UL /DQND Nationals and Helpage Sri Lanka Ĺ&#x2DC; 2XU PLVVLRQ ZDV WR SURYLGH IUHH PHGLFDO DQG H\H FKHFNXSV along with the required medicines and spectacles for about 1000 residents of that region Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH 3URMHFW &KDLUSHUVRQ 7KDOD\DQ 0DQXKUDQ ZDV LQ FKDUJH RI general administration and sponsorships for transport and medicines Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URMHFW 6HFUHWDU\ 0RKDPHG +DPHH] ZDV LQ FKDUJH RI UHFRUGV and coordination) Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URMHFW 7UHDVXUHU $KPHG 6XOWDQ ZDV LQ FKDUJH RI Ć&#x201A;QDQFH DQG financial sponsorships) Ĺ&#x2DC; 0HPEHUV 6KDTODLQ <XVUL 1DEHHO DQG $KPHG ZHUH LQ FKDUJH RI advertising materials Ĺ&#x2DC; :H GHFLGHG WR KDYH WKH DVVLVWDQFH RI WHQ GRFWRUV Ć&#x201A;YH H\H specialists, ten nurses and four pharmacists on that day Ĺ&#x2DC; ,W ZDV SODQQHG WR JHW YDULRXV VSRQVRUVKLSV IRU 0HGLFLQHV spectacles, transport and for the financial support Ĺ&#x2DC; )RU PHGLFLQHV LW ZDV GHFLGHG WR DSSURDFK SKDUPDFHXWLFDOV ZLWK the project description and the list of drugs and quantity that is to be supplied on that particular day. We decided to collect all medicines in a particular place so that it could be transported by the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Mobile Unitâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; provided by Helpage Sri Lanka Ĺ&#x2DC; )RU Ć&#x201A;QDQFLDO VXSSRUW LW ZDV GHFLGHG WR DSSURDFK FRPSDQLHV ZKR contribute towards social services and request of a sponsorship of Rs 20,000 or a banner Ĺ&#x2DC; $V D EDFNXS SODQ ZH GHFLGHG WR REWDLQ GRQDWLRQV IURP SDVW presidents, members and senators if there was no one to sponsor for the project Ĺ&#x2DC; )RU WKH VSRQVRUVKLSV RI D WUDQVSRUW IDFLOLW\ LW ZDV GHFLGHG WR approach transport agencies with the project description and request for a bus or a van according to the number of people attending Ĺ&#x2DC; $V IRU WKH GRQDWLRQ RI VSHFWDFOHV LW ZDV GHFLGHG WR UHTXHVW +HOSDJH 6UL/DQND DQG 9 (\H RSWLFLDQV Ĺ&#x2DC; 'RFWRUV DQG QXUVHV ZHUH WR EH UHTXHVWHG IURP 3HDUO 0HGLFDO Services. It was agreed to provide the doctors with a fee in addition to the tokens of appreciations for their service

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Results: Ĺ&#x2DC;2QWKHZKROHWKHSURMHFWZDVDYHU\VXFFHVVIXORQH$IHZODSVHV did occur prior to the commencement of the project. One example being the mode of transport for the health camp. There was a cancellation on the day prior to the health camp from the company that agreed to provide a transport Ĺ&#x2DC;$QRWKHUYHKLFOHKDGWREHDUUDQJHGIRUWKHGRFWRUVDQGLQYLWHG guests in which they had to adjust themselves a lot to have a seat Ĺ&#x2DC;$QRWKHULVVXHZHIDFHGIURPWKHSKDUPDFHXWLFDOVDQGWKH financial sponsors. Since it was a short notice most of them were unable to provide us with our requirements. Eventually we obtained cash from personal donation of senators and members for the project Ĺ&#x2DC;,WLVLPSRUWDQWIRUXVWROHDUQIURPWKHVHPLVWDNHVVRWKDWZHGRQĹ&#x2018;W repeat it in future projects

Sun Shiney Day with Butter ies Goals: Ĺ&#x2DC;$SSUHFLDWLQJWKHWDOHQWVRIGLIIHUHQWO\DEOHGFKLOGUHQDQGPDNH them feel as a part of the society Ĺ&#x2DC;0DNHDZDUHQHVVDPRQJJHQHUDOSXEOLFRQKRZZHFDQKHOSWKHP to develop Ĺ&#x2DC;%XLOGLQJVHOIFRQĆ&#x201A;GHQFHRIGLIIHUHQWO\DEOHFKLOGUHQWKURXJK exposure to recreational facilities Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC;$IWHUFDUHIXOFRQVLGHUDWLRQDVXLWDEOHYHQXHZDVVHOHFWHG Botanical Gardena of Gampaha Ĺ&#x2DC;7KH&KLOGUHQĹ&#x2018;VKRPHZDVLQYLWHGWRWKHHYHQW Ĺ&#x2DC;7KURXJKH[WHQVLYHSURPRWLRQWRPHPEHUVKLSVHFXUHGDOO sponsorships, gifts, transport, etc. Results: Ĺ&#x2DC;*LIWHGDZKROHQHZH[SHULHQFHDQGH[SRVXUHWRWKHFKLOGUHQDW Wathurugama Childrensâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; home Ĺ&#x2DC;0DGHDZDUHQHVVWRSXEOLFDQGKHOSWKHPWRUHDOL]HWKDWGLIIHUHQWO\ able children should also be treated as a part of the society we live in Ĺ&#x2DC;+HOSWKHFKLOGUHQWRJDLQPRUHFRQĆ&#x201A;GHQFHWKURXJKDFWLYLWLHV JCI Local Organization JCI Gampaha Sri Lanka JCI Colombo Sri Lanka JCI Kollupitiya Sri Lanka JCI Dehiwala MountLavinia Sri Lanka JCI Colombo South Sri Lanka JCI Kandana Sri Lanka JCI Negambo Sri Lanka

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2011 Project Name Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s About Impact A day with handicapped pepole Teach for Sri Lanka Entreprenuersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Meetup

Sajitha De Mel

JCI Cre-Suhada Lanka

Sudarshi Wickrema Pathum Wass

Pubudu Gama Health Camp Surya Mangalyaya - New Year Festival

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JCI Suriname Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Sybiel Jacott Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ĺ&#x2DC;/RFDO/DQJXDJH Dutch

National Secretariat

Ramdjaniestraat 46, Suriname Tel: +597-8551918 Email: jcisuriname@gmail.com Website: www.jcisuriname.com

Water Toolkit program

Business Networking Event (BNE) Goals and Actions Taken: To give members and non-members from the community a program to conduct more business through a speed networking event. It was necessary the participants were currently practicing business and/ or are starting entrepreneurs. Members and others were invited by mail and with an advertisement in the newspaper. There was also a facebook registration available. Results: People were able to increase their business network. More than 40 people got the chance to learn and exchange new ideas about doing business.

Goals and Actions Taken: In order to contribute to community development, JCI Suriname started with the Water Toolkit program. The Water Toolkit program will provide primary schools, free of charge, with a complete kit. The kit can be used to educate the children about water and allow them to be more aware of the problems we face with water today. The Water Toolkit is a complete teaching method that can be used by the teachers and consists of suggestions for lessons, infomercials, materials for the children to perform little science projects and play material. The Water Toolkit provides material for all grades in the primary school. The kit is distributed at three schools. The teachers are trained by our trainers in working with the kit. A memorandum of understanding is signed with the interministerial commission. And they aid in distributing the kits. Results: More than 60 students are educated in using water efficiently.

House and Build Fair Goals and Actions Taken: A trade fair focused on information for those who are looking for ideas for building their homes or making a nice home out of their house. From August 4 to 8, Stichting Welzorg Suriname organized the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Woon en bouwbeurs 2011â&#x20AC;? with JCI Unify as one of its partners. Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KLV IDLU ZDV D JUHDW VXFFHVV DQG DWWUDFWHG DQ HVWLPDWHG  YLVLWRUV RI ZKLFK QHDU  FDPH LQ WRXFK ZLWK -&, Ĺ&#x2DC; ,W KDV EHHQ D UHZDUGLQJ DFFRPSOLVKPHQW HVSHFLDOO\ ZKHQ WKH -&, Unify members and observers committed to execute the project

JCI Local Organization

2011 Local President

2011 Project Name

JCI Paramaribo

Mirtha Palm

Family Day and miniplayback show

JCI Nilom

Ricky Mahabir

Speaking Competition for Highschools

JCI Female

Haidy Geldorp

Fundraising Event

JCI Unify

Vishal Premchand

Build and Housing Fair

JCI Syma

Consuelo-Andrea Denz

Business Networking Event (BNE)

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JCI Sweden Svenska Juniorhandelskammaren

Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Fredrik Bergfors Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ĺ&#x2DC;/RFDO/DQJXDJH Swedish

National Secretariat Box 3409, SE-103 68, Stockholm, Sweden Phone: +46-31-536567 Email: info@jcisweden.se Website: www.jcisweden.se

Sundsvall Business Awards by JCI Sundsvall Goals and Actions Taken: Each year in September, JCI Sundsvall arranges a gala to celebrate and award the best in the regional business life. The gala promotes entreprenuership and the 730 spots are sold out rapidly, with more than hundreds in line for a ticket. Since the start of 2011, the gala also fundraises for a project. This year they donated over 500 mosquito nets. Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH  JDOD ZDV D VXFFHVV ,W UHFHLYHG DQ LQFUHDVH LQ ORFDO media coverage. The leading newspaper Sundsvalls Tidning published an extra paper featuring the event Ĺ&#x2DC; 'RQDWLRQ RI RYHU  PRVTXLWR QHWV

The Chrismas Gift Project by JCI Halmstad Goals and Actions Taken: To collect Christmas gifts during the weeks before Christmas to be donated to less fortunate families and to hand out as Santa Claus to kids in the regional hospital. Results: Ĺ&#x2DC;  JLIWV FROOHFWHG  ZHUH GLVWULEXWHG WR OHVV IRUWXQDWH IDPLOLHV and 70 distributed to kids in regional hospital Ĺ&#x2DC;  WR  PHPEHUV DQG SRWHQWLDO PHPEHUV ZHUH LQYROYHG Ĺ&#x2DC; /RWV RI SXEOLFLW\ LQ ORFDO QHZV SDSHU UDGLR DQG 79 Ĺ&#x2DC; /RWV RI KDSS\ NLGV DQG PHPEHUV ZKR IHOW WKH SRZHU RI LPSDFW

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JCI Local Organization JCI MalmĂś JCI Ă&#x201E;ngelholm JCI Halmstad JCI GĂśteborg JCI Ă&#x2013;rebro JCI LinkĂśping JCI Uppsala JCI Stockholm JCI Stockholm City JCI Sundsvall JCI Solstaden

2011 Local President Jonas LindstrĂśm Erik Kaljevic Svedberg Peter Olsson Peter Nordin Robin Svensson Mikael Person Robert WallĂŠn Christian Skantze Rikard StrĂśmmer David Norrman Li Hedberg

2011 Project Name Baltic Twinning Business camp Julklappsprojektet JCI European Academy TOYP Ă&#x2013;rebro Schlagerfest Business by Me TOYP Sweden NK2011 Sundsvall Business Award Värmland 2012 - Great People and Great Business


JCI Switzerland Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Pietro Vicari Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH French and English Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH French, German, Italian and Romansch

National Secretariat

c/o Unirevisa Beratungs und Verwaltungs AG, Spielhof 14A, Glarus CH - 8750 SWITZERLAND Email: zs@jci.ch Website: www.jci.ch

JCI Job Network Goals and Actions Taken: Thanks to our network, we are the ambassadors to help disabled people find a job. This is crucial for them and helps the community to save money. Results: The project started in 2010 is continuing to develop with good results such as media apperance, an increase in Local Organization participation and a concrete plan to help people find jobs.

JCI Meets Politics Goals and Actions Taken: Meet and discuss important topics with Swiss politicians as we want to actively contribute to the development of our country. Results: Ř *RRG GLVFXVVLRQ ZLWK SROLWLFLDQV WR WU\ WR GHYHORS VRPHWKLQJ together Ř 2IIHUHG D XQLTXH RSSRUWXQLW\ IRU RXU PHPEHUV WR KDYH D GLUHFW contact with politicians Ř *RRG UHJLRQDO PHGLD FRYHUDJH DQG JRRG WKHPHV

JCI Charity Day Goals and Actions Taken: Involve the highest number of Local Organizations in Switzerland for a good foundation. 2011 was the 10th anniversay of Lampe Magique, a foundation which grants the dreams of children with medical conditions. This gave JCI Switzerland good media visibility. Results: More than 40 Local Organizations have partipated, more than 50 media appareances, more than CHF 100,000 going towards positive change.

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National Secretariat Website: www.jci.cc/syria

Speak Smart Academy Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; 0RUH H[SHULHQFH LQ GHEDWH DQG SXEOLF VSHDNLQJ IRU PHPEHUV DQG nonmembers Ĺ&#x2DC; $FWLRQ SODQ IRU WKH $FDGHP\ Ĺ&#x2DC; )LQDQFLDO VWXG\ VHOI IXQGLQJ

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Business Lecture Series Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; $ZDUHQHVV DERXW HFRQRPLF DQG EXVLQHVV DQG FUHDWH SXEOLF relations with the audience Ĺ&#x2DC; $FWLRQ 3ODQ IRU WKH SURMHFW Ĺ&#x2DC; &KRRVH LPSRUWDQW WRSLFV Ĺ&#x2DC; &KRRVH H[SHUW VSHDNHUV Ĺ&#x2DC; 6HW SODFH DQG GDWH IRU HDFK OHFWXUH Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QYLWH PHPEHUV QRQPHPEHUV DQG 9,3V Ĺ&#x2DC; 0DNH HYDOXDWLRQ IRU HDFK OHFWXUH Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; $QVZHU DOO XQFOHDU TXHVWLRQV IRU DXGLHQFH Ĺ&#x2DC; +LJK H[SRVXUH IRU -&, 'DPDVFXV Ĺ&#x2DC; 5DLVH DZDUHQHVV DERXW HFRQRPLF DQG EXVLQHVV Ĺ&#x2DC; 3XEOLF UHODWLRQV ZLWK DXGLHQFH

JCI Local Organization JCI Damascus JCI Aleppo JCI Homs JCI Lattakia JCI Deir Ezzor JCI Hama

2011 Local President Mouhannad Jammal Chadi Charchafji Hosam Daghestani Sami Imam Bashar Touma Imad Bashory

2011 Project Name Speak Smart Academy


JCI Taiwan JCI Taiwan (R.O.C)

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National Secretariat

8F, NO. 45, Sec.4, Nanjing E Rd., Taipei Taiwan, 150, R.O.C Tel: +886-2-27128960 www.taiwanjc.org.tw

Baseball, Spread Your Love Goal: To support needy students. Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; -&, <XQJ .DQJ FROODERUDWHG ZLWK 8QL3UHVLGHQW (QWHUSULVHV Corporation and National Tainan School for the Hearing Impaired Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH 8QL3UHVLGHQW (QWHUSULVHV &RUSRUDWLRQ VROG EDVHEDOO WLFNHWV to JCI members of JCI Yung Kang at a discounted price so that they could invite the needy students in the National Tainan School for the Hearing Impaired to a baseball game Results: About 40 needy students went to the baseball games for free and the rest of money was kept as the welfare fund for needy students.

Caring Dragons in Taiwan Goal: To explore poverty issues and offer volunteer support for the less fortunate around the world. Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; -&, 7DLZDQ 1DWLRQDO 2UJDQL]DWLRQ FRRSHUDWHG ZLWK +.)<* $&<) Dragon Foundation, World Vision HK, World Vision Taiwan Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH :RUOG &KLQHVH <RXWK )RUXP 7R H[SORUH SRYHUW\ LVVXHV DQG share insight and experience on reducing proverty Ĺ&#x2DC; &RPPXQLW\ 6HUYLFH DW WKH 0DMLD )DUP 7R 7 GR VLPSOH EXLOGLQJ ZRUN cleaning and farming and pay visit to elderly single people Ĺ&#x2DC; 6WXG\ YLVLW RQ VRFLRFXOWXUDO GHYHORSPHQW Ĺ&#x2DC;  +RXU )DPLQH RI :RUOG 9LVLRQ 7DLZDQ Ĺ&#x2DC; 'UDJRQ 'DQFH Results: Received great feedback from the public and made JCI more visible in Taiwan.

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2011 Millions of Trees Planting in Taipei Goal: Taiwan is a beautiful Island but is often hit by natural disasters. Therefore, we hope to bring the “Green Hope” to the place we love by planting millions of trees. Actions Taken: Ř-&,7DLZDQ1DWLRQDO2UJDQL]DWLRQFRUSRUDWHGZLWK+,0$ Foundation Ř$UUDQJHSODQWLQJDUHDVLQWKH)X7H.HQJQDWXUHUHVHUYH Ř3DUWLFLSDQWVSODQWHGHDFKVDSOLQJLQDKROHZKLFKZDVGXJEDVHG on a set distance Results: The Fu Te nature reserve is coverd by a green surface

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JCI Local Organization JCI Female of Taichung

2011 Local President Shu Chin, Lai

JCI Tan Zih JCI Hsin Ying JCI Chu Shan

Jian Feng, Liu Kuang Cheng, Wu Cheng Yang, Lin

JCI San Chung JCI Kang Shan

Zih Ching, Wang Tuan Yin, Tsai

JCI Tung Kang

Wen Pao, Wu

JCI Hsi Lo

Chung Sheng, Liao

JCI Hu Wei

Chien Chia, Chu

JCI A Kung Tien

Tzu Lu, Hung

JCI Yu Shan

Chung Lang, Chen

JCI Chu Tung

Chen Wei,Chiu

JCI Hua Tan JCI Da Chang

Chen Chi, Li Kuo Hsiung, Yeh

JCI Nan Tou JCI Hsing Ying

Ming Chang, Tsai Kuang Cheng, Wu

JCI Chia Yi

Chung Hung,Yeh

JCI Tien Chung JCI Ming Hsiung

Chang Keng, Yang Feng Ming, Liu

JCI Chung Ho JCI Sang Chung JCI Wen Hua Cheng JCI Kaohsiung, Pan Ping Shan, Chun Chiu Ko JCI Tai Tung

Mao Ching, Sun Zih Ching, Wang Ming Chuan, Chang Chia Chi,Yu

JCI Pa Te JCI Nan Kang

Hsiang Lan, Kuo Chih Hsiung, Liu

JCI Taipei

Tien Cheng, Lu

JCI Chu Kang

Shun Chi, Nien

JCI Ming Chien

Chung Chi, Chen

Li Ching, Lai

2011 Project Name Community Service of Hearing the sound of Happiness, Repulic of china centennial, a hundred wheelchairs donation program Sent warming care to needy students Care for young teenager Reducing the Garbage, Respect to the elder public welfare fair Bowling Match for Anti-Drug Care for the minority and promotion of energy saviing and emission reduction celebration lucky draw party A bag of charity blood, A saved priceless life, Running Activity The implement of making a Motion Island program Celebrity Lecture ”Brilliant children from the love of parents” by Dr. Chen, Chih, Tai A bag of charity blood, A saved priceless life A bag of charity blood, A saved priceless life Spring travel for senior citizen living alone Walk program for all citizens The community walk program Go Go Go Walk activity in the early morning time Tens of thousands of people swimming across the Sun Moon Lake Love in Chia Yi, enjoy happiness to the fullest Parent-child fair in the forest A bag of blood and a charity bizar activity Sports game A bag of blood, A saved priceless life Parent-Child Fair Asia-Pacific International Child Sketch and Charity for needy groups Spread love to Japan Disaster Relief Fundraiser Program for Severe Earthquake in the Northeast district of Japan on 11th of March Care for children Fire fighting simulation experience for citizens Enjoy the happiness to the fullest and go climb together The Disaster Relief Fundraiser for the Severe Earthquake in the Northeast District of Japan Parent-Child Activity-Bicycle in Ming Chien and Water Conservation


JCI Thailand Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQWSuphat Kantawang

National Secretariat

4/219 Moo 9 Chaengwattana Rd., Bangpood, Pakkred, Nonthaburi 11120 Thailand Email: jci.thailand@gmail.com

Rally to Save Plants and Travel with Dolphins Together, JCI Thailand, JCI Samutprakarn and JCI Chachoengsao promoted environmental respect and protection during their largest project of 2011. Trees were planted to help in honor of King Bhumipol in the Tumbol Takam Bangpakong District in the Chachoengsao province. The project proved to be a great success.

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Jeune Chambre Internationale Togo

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National Secretariat

Website: www.jci.cc/local/togo

Formation des comitĂŠs de dĂŠveloppment des quartiers Objectifs et Actions menĂŠes: Outiller les comitĂŠs de dĂŠveloppement des quartiers de la ville de LomĂŠ sur le civisme actif pour un environnement socio politique sain.

JCI Local Organization JCI LomĂŠ Azur JCI LomĂŠ Cocotier JCI LomĂŠ Flamboyant JCI LomĂŠ Prestige

2011 Local President Rosette SILIADIN Eric Alowadan Late Gilson Parkoo Michel Edoh

JCI Universitaire LomĂŠ Edgar GbĂŠassor JCI KpalimĂŠ Lazard Dogbolo JCI AtapkamĂŠ les 7 collines Georges Yovogan JCI SokodĂŠ

Sosso Takougnadi

JCI Kara

Latif Saibou

JCI Dapaong

Rahinatou Tchede

2011 Project Name Best broker Un jaycee, un arbre OpportunitĂŠ Flamboyant Lutte contre le harcelement sexuel en milieu scolaire Forum de lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ĂŠtudiant Quartier nyvĂŠmĂŠ propre contribuer Ă la lutte contre la dersertification de la ville dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;atakpame Campagne de sensibilisation contre le paludisme et la distribution de moustiquaires imprĂŠgnĂŠes chez les femmes enceintes Promotion education civique et morale en miieu scolaire

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Environnement propre Objectifs et Actions menÊes: Sensibiliser et installer des poubelles publiques sur la nationale n°1 et dans des Êtablissement scolaires.


JCI Tunisia

Jeune Chambre Economique de Tunisie

Caravane de la fraternitĂŠ

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National Secretariat Website: www.jcitunisia.cc



JCI Nothing But Nets (JCI Hammam Chatt) Objectifs et Actions menĂŠes: Ĺ&#x2DC; 'H IDLUH SURJUHVVHU OHV 2EMHFWLIV GX 0LOOÂŤQDLUH SRXU OH 'ÂŤYHORSSHPHQW 20' GH OĹ&#x2018;218 DXSUÂŞV GHV SRSXODWLRQV GX monde entier Ĺ&#x2DC; )DLUH SDUWLFLSHU OHV PHPEUHV GH OD -&, +DPPDP &KDWW OHV ĂŠtudiants, les membres de la JCI Tunisie, les citoyens a la collecte de fonds en organisant des compagnes de sensibilisation Ĺ&#x2DC; )DLUH FRQQDLWUH OĹ&#x2018;DPSOHXU GH FHWWH PDODGLH Afin de pouvoir rĂŠaliser notre objectif sus mentionnĂŠ, les membres de la JCI Hammam Chatt ont ĂŠtĂŠ prĂŠsents dans diffĂŠrents ĂŠvĂŠnements, manifestations nationales et internationales, sĂŠminaires et cours de formations, et ce tout au long de lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;annĂŠe 2011, afin dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;amĂŠliorer la prise de conscience du public concernant le danger de la malaria et de dĂŠmontrer quâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;il est facile dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;aider Ă travers la crĂŠation dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;opportunitĂŠs de collecte de fonds. RĂŠsultats: A JCI Hammam Chatt a rĂŠussi Ă  collecter un montant net de 400 dinars qui serviront Ă  lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;achat de moustiquaires et ce Ă  travers : Ĺ&#x2DC; /D PLVH HQ SODFH GH VWDQGV GH SURPRWLRQ GH OĹ&#x2018;ÂŤYÂŞQHPHQW HW GH ses objectifs dans les facultĂŠs Ĺ&#x2DC; /Ĺ&#x2018;RUJDQLVDWLRQ GĹ&#x2018;XQ 6WDQG SRXU OD FROOHFWH GH IRQGV ORUV GH OD 2ĂŠme RNP qui sâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;est dĂŠroulĂŠe a Hammamet le 24 Ă  25 et 26 juin 2011 Ĺ&#x2DC; /Ĺ&#x2018;RUJDQLVDWLRQ GH VRLUÂŤHV DX PRLV GH 5DPDGDQ  SRXU OD collecte de fonds Ĺ&#x2DC; /Ĺ&#x2018;RUJDQLVDWLRQ GĹ&#x2018;XQH SLÂŞFH GH WK¤WUH Ĺ&#x201C;)HXLOOH %ODQFKHĹ&#x2018;Ĺ&#x2018;





Objectifs: Subvenir aux aides dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;urgences en produits alimentaires et mĂŠdicaments aux rĂŠfugiĂŠs africains suite Ă lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;exode massive ¢ OD IURQWLÂŞUH WXQLVROLE\HQQH

Actions menĂŠes: Ĺ&#x2DC; &ROOHFWH GHV IRQGV HW SURGXLWV SDU OHV KDELWDQWV GH FKDTXH YLOOH dans la quel se trouve une Organisation Locale Ĺ&#x2DC; 8QH ORJLVWLTXH GH WUDQVSRUW HW GHV EÂŤQÂŤYROHV VH VRQW UHJURXSÂŤV par des membres de Jeune Chambre et hors Jeune Chambre Ĺ&#x2DC; $FKHPLQHPHQW GHV DLGHV GH IDŠRQ FRQWLQXH Ĺ&#x2DC; 6XLYL HW RUJDQLVDWLRQ GH OD GLVWULEXWLRQ GHV DLGHV SDU OHV 2UJDQLVDWLRQV /RFDOHV ¢ SUR[LPLWÂŤ GH OD IURQWLÂŞUHV -&, Benguerdane, Zarzis, Mednine et Jerba)

RĂŠsultats: Suite aux ĂŠvĂŠnements quâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;a connu la Libye, Ă savoir la rĂŠvolution du 20 fĂŠvrier, une guerre civile a ĂŠtĂŠ dĂŠclenchĂŠe entre le rĂŠgime en place et les jeunes rĂŠvolutionnaires du pays, une exode de rĂŠfugiĂŠs multinational sâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;est PLV HQ URXWH ¢ SDUWLU GH  IÂŤYULHU  YHUV OHV IURQWLÂŞUHV WXQLVR libyennes, et plus prĂŠcisĂŠment au point frontalier de Ras Jdir. la nuit de 26 Ă  27 fĂŠvrier, un appel au secours est lancĂŠ par les Organisations Locales de la JCI Tunisie, Zone Sud, vue leur implantation gĂŠographique, concernant lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;exode de plus de 10.000 rĂŠfugiĂŠs ĂŠgyptiens et quelques milliers de rĂŠfugiĂŠs de diffĂŠrentes nationalitĂŠs, principalement africaines. Par consĂŠquent, la JCI Tunisie, sâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;est mobilisĂŠe Ă  travers tout le pays et en incitant les organisations locales Ă  venir en aide, Ă  travers des produits alimentaires et des mĂŠdicaments essentiellement, pour faire face Ă  cette crise humanitaire et un premier challenge pour notre nation DSUÂŞV OD UÂŤYROXWLRQ GH  MDQYLHU HW HQ VH EDVDQW VXU OD SOXV QREOH des valeurs de la JCI : la personne humaine est la plus prĂŠcieuse GHV ULFKHVVHV 6HUYLU OĹ&#x2018;KXPDQLWÂŤ FRQVWLWXH OĹ&#x2018;Ä?XYUH OD SOXV QREOH dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;une vie plusieurs Organisations Locales se sont mobilisĂŠs en une journĂŠe, et une collecte des fonds et des produits de nĂŠcessitĂŠs est lancĂŠ, et une parfaite coordination sâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;est installĂŠe pour transporter cette collecte vers les sud de la Tunisie Ă  travers une action nationale. La caravane de la fraternitĂŠ le 28 fĂŠvrier 2011.

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Agir pour notre avenir (JCI Tunis) Objectifs et Actions menĂŠes: $SUÂŞVODUÂŤYROXWLRQGXMDQYLHU le peuple tunisien a vĂŠcu des moments de trouble : des VDFFDJHXUVGHVJUÂŞYHVGHV vols, rupture des boulots, un dĂŠsordre total. Notre action $JLUSRXUQRWUHDYHQLU}HVWXQH interaction entre les membres de la JCI et les citoyens tunisiens et qui a pour but de nettoyer lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;avenue Habib Bourguiba et le dĂŠcorer avec des ballons rouges et blanc couleur du drapeau Tunisien et des pancartes portants des slogans constructifs pour sensibiliser les citoyens de diffĂŠrents tranches dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;âges (vieux, jeunes, enfants) pour sauver notre Tunisie et la garder saine et propre ainsi pour encourager les gens pour retourner Ă leurs boulots. Les ĂŠtapes de lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;action: Ĺ&#x2DC;'DQVXQSUHPLHUOLHX8QHÂŤTXLSHVĹ&#x2018;HVWFKDUJÂŤHSRXUYLVLWHUOHV diffĂŠrents rues du centre ville Tunis pour choisir le lieu adĂŠquat pour lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;action Ĺ&#x2DC;'DQVXQGHX[LÂŞPHOLHX$Ć&#x201A;QGHPLHX[SUÂŤYRLUQRWUHEXGJHW nous avons collectĂŠ les informations relatives aux besoins pour la rĂŠalisation de lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;action Ĺ&#x2DC;'DQVXQWURLVLÂŞPHOLHX$SUÂŞVDYRLUFLEOÂŤOHVYHQGHXUVD\DQWXQ bon rapport qualitĂŠ/prix. Une autre ĂŠquipe sâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;est chargĂŠe pour faire les achats du matĂŠriel nĂŠcessaire pour lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;action Ĺ&#x2DC;'DQVXQTXDWULÂŞPHOLHX/HMRXUPÂŹPHGHOĹ&#x2018;DFWLRQWRXWHOĹ&#x2018;ÂŤTXLSH de la JCI Tunis sâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;est mobilisĂŠe balai dans la main stylo dans lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;autre dans le but de nettoyer et dĂŠcorer notre rue RĂŠsultats: Durant le dĂŠroulement de lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;action on a pu sentir la satisfaction des citoyens ainsi leurs fiertĂŠs de participer au nettoyage dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;un lieu publique ainsi Ă  travers cette action ils ont eu lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;opportunitĂŠ dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;exprimer leurs points de vues en toute libertĂŠ une phrase ĂŠcrite SDUOĹ&#x2018;XQGHVSDUWLFLSDQWVUÂŤVXPHWRXWFHODm)LHUGĹ&#x2018;ÂŹWUHWXQLVLHQ}

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JCI Local Organization Sayada

2011 Local President Naceur Mhenni

Sidi Bouali Sokra Sousse

Azmi Bouali Wided Ben Salah Anis Tritar

Sousse Jawahra Tataouine Teboulba Touza Tunis

Helmi Cherif Fateh Hadded Hamdi Chebaane Hosni Amamou Slimane Bousrih

Zarzouna

Aida Mezni

2011 Project Name Marketing de l'image de marque et financement de la JCI

Action: Caravane EL KHIR Action: Concert Saber Rebai Action: 2 musiciens de Turquie ConfĂŠrence animer par Dr. Ibrahim El Fekih

Action: Agir pour notre avenir Action: Business in Africa Action: FOYD: les cinq jeunes handicapĂŠs les plus remarquables en Tunisie


JCI Local Organization Akouda

2011 Local President Saber Nouira

Ariana

Hamdi Frigui

Banene

Fahmi Ammar

Bekalta Bellarigia Belvedere Ben Arous Beni Hassen Bizerte

Naoufel Machat Mohamed Bayrem Laabidi Hasna Dridi Cherifa Hajji Alaedin Boughattas Hanene Chouchene

Bouchamma Bouficha Yasmine Hammamet Boumerdess

Chiraz Hajji Hajer Ferjani

Boumhel Carthage Chebba El Hamma

Samir Ben Taieb Jamil Ben Haj Boubaker Rafik Abbas Maher Saadi

Med Salah Hadj Salem

El Jem El Manar

Ferid Seghaier Yosr Boukhris

El Menzeh El Mourouj Enit Ennefidha Ezzahra

Selim Ben Massoud Ines Mhadhebi Nasreddine Gziguez Mariem Sandi Manel Ayari

Gabes Ghomrassen Hammam Chatt

Ali Sahli Lassaad Lanwar Besma Ayari

Hammam Lif

Skander Sfar

Hammam Sousse Hammamet Hergla Innovation

Aymen Souissi Mehdi Rabti Yassine Jaouadi

2011 Project Name Séminaire le mariage, dans la loi Tunisienne, Séminaire Cancer du sein Séminaire Defi actuel et enjeuxd'avenir" Marketing de l'image de marque et financement de la JCI" Meeting des formateurs, Distribution des lampes économiques en partenariat avec ANME

Together we can Camping d'une semaine pour les jeunes diplômés à la recherche d'emploi, Rencontre entres les éleves de 3 écoles primaire, Reactivation de la JCI Menzel Abderhmen

JCI Local Organization Jammel

2011 Local President Samir Zaouali

Jendouba Jerba

Hanene Nahdi Abderaouf Barbouchi

Jerba Ajim Kairouan

Karim Ben Salem Houssem Gharbi

Kalaa Kebira Kalaa Seghira Kelibia Kheniss Ksar Helal Ksibet El Mediouni

Anis Mathlouthi

Ksour Essaf La Marsa Mahdia

Mohamed Frigui Nabil Ouechtani Tarek Hancha

Mannouba

Asma Mansour

Mareth Medina Jedida

Houda Hamrouni Borhene HEDFI

Megrine Menzel Bourguiba Menzel Bouzelfa

Ibrahim GUEDICH Chiheb Zayoud Dorsaf Meniaoui

Menzel Temime Metline Moknine Monastir

Ahmed Chaouch Samir Romdhane Mohamed Bouzidi Ines Mehri

Msaken Mutuelle Ville Nabeul Ouradanine Rades Rectorat Sousse Sahline

Sarra Guezzah Mounir Ayachi Ahmed Berred Naoufel Ben Yahia Bacem Ghadhab Mehdi HADADA Zakaria Amamou

Sakiet Eddier

Amine Massaoud

Saber Kdous Haythem Dabbabi Wejdi Slim Wahbi Askri

Marketing de l'image de marque et financement de la JCI

Sahara Forum, Info pour Tous, Journée aux membres JCI à l'oasis, Ouverture d'un club informatique destiné aux éleves primaires Séminaire OMOIYARI, Session JCI Achieve Journée ouverte pour don du sang

Organisation de la 3ème Réunion des Présidents Locaux Séminaire sur le télétravail

Dream Beach, JCI Nothing But Nets des informations pendant la révolution Journée d'informations pou-les horientations univesita re, Collecte des aides pour les refugés, Collecte du sang pour les refugés

Green Project, Work month, Clean up"

2011 Project Name Marketing de l'image de marque et financement de la JCI Action de recrutement, Action des réfugés, Visite CHOUCHA BEN GUERDAN, Séminaire Emploi des jeunes diplomés Forum Baccalaureat, Bac relaxe" Recrutement et Formation des nouveaux membres "

Forum les bateaux traditionnel, Nettoyer environnement notre ville, le don du sang, Caravane RAS JEDIR"

Organisation de la 1ère Réunion des présidents locaux, FICHTA valorisation des patrimoines du Mahdia Comment Intégrer les Droits de l'Homme dans notre vie active, Conférence InternationaleCitoyens Actifs ... Citoyens du monde Week End Yoga (a nimé par Funny WALS), Seminaire Entrepreneuriat Social (annimé par Albert Satre), Festival Aqua Party (samira club Hammamet) OMOIYARI Spirit Un monde plein d'histoire, Menzel Bouzelfa aux yeux des ses enfants après la révolution, Japanease evening day"

La Révolution de la dignité, la cityonneté artistique, Run and Tuning, E-voting, Collecte du fond région monastir, Organisation session JCI Presenter

Franco Formation Marketing de l'image de marque et financement de la JCI

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JCI Turkey

Genç Liderler ve GiriĹ&#x;imciler (JCI) DerneÄ&#x;i

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National Secretariat

Balmumcu Mahallesi, Barbaros BulvarÄą, Gamze Apt No:76 D 7 BeĹ&#x;iktaĹ&#x;, Ä°stanbul, TĂ&#x153;RKÄ°YE Tel: +90-212-2119877 Email: info@jciturkey.cc Website: www.jciturkey.cc

JCI Turkey UN Global Compact Team Goals and Actions Taken: We aim to increase awareness of the UN Global Compact in Turkey to start the biggest corporate citizenship initiative. In the meantime, our goal is to increase the number of signed companies in Turkey, which is one of the top ten biggest local networks in the world. We are connecting private sector organizations through sector representatives. This allows many firms to come together and adopt the UN Global Compact at the same time. The sector representatives attend a series of workshops to discuss the UN Global Compact and the benefits of signing up their companies. In the second part of the workshops, the representatives from the companies in the same area get the chance to discuss challenges in their sector and prepare a report. After the reports are presented, actions are taken to find appropriate solutions to the problems. After the workshops, communication between the representatives continue and they support each other in signing up for the UN Global Compact. Once ready to sign up, the sector representatives from the companies come back together for a symbolic signature ceremony. National media is invited to this ceremony. Results: In 2011, we convinced the Board of Concrete and Cement Industry Federation to include the UN Global Compact in their 2012 agenda and promote it to their companies. We will hold seminars and workshops to educate the companies in this sector about this opportunity.

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Construction of a nursery classroom by JCI Turkey Local Organizations Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; $IWHU WKH  HDUWKTXDNH LQ *¸OFžN $UHD RI 7XUNH\ D SULPDU\ school was constructed in the Dokurcun Village of Turkey with the donations of JCI Japan and JCI Turkey Ĺ&#x2DC; :H KDYH NHSW FORVH FRQWDFW ZLWK WKH VFKRRO PDQDJHPHQW RYHU WKH years Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH VFKRRO DGPLQLVWUDWLRQ LQIRUPHG XV WKH QXUVHU\ FODVVURRP LV over populated and younger kids are not receiving enough attention Ĺ&#x2DC; :H EURXJKW WKLV WR WKH DWWHQWLRQ RI RXU /RFDO 2UJDQL]DWLRQV Ĺ&#x2DC; -&, 6DNDU\D DLPHG WR FRRUGLQDWH WKH FRQVWUXFWLRQ DQG refurbishment of the classroom. With efforts from JCI Sakarya members and contributions from five Local Organizations, a classroom with all necessities needed was built Ĺ&#x2DC; 7KH RSHQLQJ RI WKH FODVVURRP ZDV GRQH E\ SULRU WR WKH  -&, World Congress by JCI President Kentaro Harada during his visit to Turkey Results: A classroom was constructed and is used by 30 nursery kids. This new class will allow the children to start their education in a fully equipped and healthy enviroment.

JCI Turkey and Junior Achievement (JA) Turkey National Partnership Agreement Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; $V RQH RI WKH ROGHVW 1*2V LQ WKH ZRUOG ZH ZDQWHG WR LQFUHDVH our National Partners. Junior Achievement, an NGO established in 1925, aims to educate children and their mission is parallel with JCIâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mission Ĺ&#x2DC; $ QXPEHU RI -&, 7XUNH\ /RFDO 2UJDQL]DWLRQV KDYH EHHQ ZRUNLQJ closely with JA at the local level Ĺ&#x2DC; :H LQWHQGHG WR LQFUHDVH RXU SDUWQHUVKLS ZLWK -$ WR D QDWLRQDO OHYHO by signing a National Partnership agreement and endorsing and publishing JA activities to our Local Organizations Results: JCI Turkey Local Organizations and JA volunteers have started working together and sharing projects and activities to educate children.


JCI Ukraine Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Olena Nikolaenko Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ĺ&#x2DC;/RFDO/DQJXDJH Russian and Ukrainian

National Secretariat

Dmitrievskaya 18/14 str., Kyiv, Ukraine Tel: +380-99-245-5048 Email: lenox@list.ru Website: http://jci.com/ua

Business Speed-Dating Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; )RVWHULQJ EXVLQHVV QHWZRUNLQJ E\ SURYLGLQJ WKHPDWLF VSHHG datings with interested JCI members Ĺ&#x2DC; (QJDJLQJ EXVLQHVV WR MRLQ WKH 81 *OREDO &RPSDFW E\ SUHVHQWLQJ JCI social projects during the business speed-dating and encouraging JCI members to participate Ĺ&#x2DC; 3URPRWHG WKH 7HQ 3ULQLFLSOHV RI WKH 81 *OREDO &RPSDFW GXULQJ the speed-dating and discussed the best ways to implement them in different businesses Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; (LJKW EXVLQHVV VSHHG GDWLQJV ZHUH KHOG Ĺ&#x2DC; )LYH FRPSDQLHV ZKR KDG UHSUHVHQWDWLYHV SDUWLFLSDWLQJ LQ WKH speed-datings, are currently implementing the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact in their ongoing activity Ĺ&#x2DC; 0RUH WKDQ  SHRSOH SDUWLFLSDWHG LQ WKH EXVLQHVV VSHHGGDWLQJ Ĺ&#x2DC; 0RUH WKDQ  SHRSOH EHFDPH -&, PHPEHUV DIWHU SDUWLFLSDWQJ

Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s do it, Ukraine! Environmantal protection campaign Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; 7R SURWHFW WKH HQYLURQPHQW WKURXJK SURYLGLQJ D QDWLRQZLGH informational social campaign dedicated to the UN Millennium Development Goal (UN MDG) 7 (15 TV channels, 50 internetresources media cover, SMM included) Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QVSLULQJ SHRSOH WR LPSOHPHQW PHFKDQLVPV RI VHSDUDWH JDUEDJH discharge in their life trhough the providing thematical seminars and conferences in regions (ten total) Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QVWLOO \RXWK ZLWK EDVLF SULQFLSOHV RI SURWHFWLQJ HQYLURQPHQW through the popularizing the Green Pack Project (in cooperation with OSCE) in schools - http://www.greenpack.in.ua/en/ (50 schools total) Ĺ&#x2DC; 7R SRSXODUL]H WKH LGHD RI HQVXULQJ HQYLURQPHQWDO VXVWDLQDELOLW\ among the whole Ukrainian society and joining people with this idea through holding a nationwide cleaning of green areas held April 16, 2011 Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; &RQGXFWHG D QDWLRQZLGH LQIRUPDWLRQDO HQYLURQPHQWDO FDPSDLJQ (15 TV channels, 50 internet medias) Ĺ&#x2DC; 7HQ FRQIHUHQFHV GHGLFDWHG WR WKH SURPRWLRQ 81 0'*  LQ WHQ regions Ĺ&#x2DC;  OHVVRQV LQ VFKRROV ZHUH FRQGXFWHG Ĺ&#x2DC; 0RUH WKDQ  SHRSOH WKURXJKRXW WKH 8NUDLQH FOHDQHG WKH JUHHQ areas in Ukraineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s regions on 16th of April

Child Generation Goals and Actions Taken: Ĺ&#x2DC; ,QVWLOOLQJ WKH 202,<$5, VSLULW DPRQJ JUDGXDWHV RI RUSKDQDJH schools through providing principles of global morality during thematic seminars in the schools Ĺ&#x2DC; &UHDWH SRVLWLYH PLQGVHWV IRU WKH RUSKDQV WKURXJK QHWZRUNLQJ ZLWK JCI members every two weeks Ĺ&#x2DC; *LYLQJ JUDGXDWHV RI RUSKDQDJH VFKRROV D SRVVLELOLW\ WR OHDUQ grow and express themselves through providing workshops and seminars showcasing different professions free of cost Results: Ĺ&#x2DC; 7HQ RUSKDQDJH VFKRROV ZHUH YLVLWHG Ĺ&#x2DC;  ZRUNVKRSV ZHUH FRQGXFWHG Ĺ&#x2DC;  -&, PHPEHUV ZHUH HQJDJHG Ĺ&#x2DC;  QHWZRUNLQJ PHHWLQJV ZHUH FRQGXFWHG

JCI Local Organization JCI Kiev JCI Vinnitsa JCI Odessa JCI Chernivtsy JCI Sevastopol JCI Olymp JCI Stars JCI Youth

2011 Local President Oksana Tjupa Konstantin Semiuglov Olexandr Bielokon Oleh Kiy Ivan Cherniavskii Denis Prutchikov Svetlana Taranenko Vitalii Pazdrii

2011 Project Name Business speed-dating Child generation Lets do it, Ukraine Lets do it, Ukraine Business-forum UN Global Compact in business JCI Cinema Club Youth forum â&#x20AC;&#x153;I leadâ&#x20AC;?

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JCI United Kingdom Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Allison Cowell Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH English

National Secretariat

PO Box 6638, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG31 9BX, United Kingdom Tel: +44-1476-404005 Email: head-office@jciuk. Website: www.jciuk.org.uk

JCI UK Supporting JCI Nothing But Nets Goals and Actions Taken: To raise awareness of the JCI Nothing But Nets Campaign and to raise funds while making a difference in our local communities. Results: We have currently raised more than US $20,000 for the JCI Nothing But Nets Campaign. A significant portion of this has come from recycling mobile phones, clothes and ink cartridges. We have also started a Penny War between chambers in the UK. We would like to be able to lay a mile of pennies at our National Convention at the end of November. Members have undertaken personal challenges, while chambers have initiated projects of all different sizes.

JCI UK Marketing Academy Goals and Actions Taken: The goal was to spread knowledge about the JCI brand, vision and mission. Also, to understand how the vision and mission are expressed locally and to give chambers marketing tools to gain a greater presence in their local communities. Results: The JCI UK Marketing Academy was held the first weekend of April with attendance from 50 percent of UK Chambers. The feedback was very positive and we are organizing a similar academy again in 2012.

Active Citizen Experience Goals and Actions Taken: To help members across the UK become active in their community

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by encouraging them to volunteer. The amount of volunteering is registered on a central website and Bronze, Silver and Gold certificates awarded to members reaching set numbers of hours. Results: We have members volunteering all across the UK in sectors as diverse as running local schools, cleaning up the environment and more.

JCI Local Organization JCI Barnsley JCI Belfast

2011 Local President Vicky Savage Jacinta Parkhill

JCI Boston

Tracy Anderson

JCI Bradford JCI Cambridge JCI Doncaster JCI Manchester

Philip Cavalier-Lumley Jen Little Katie Ogley Debbie Rainford

JCI Portsmouth JCI Leeds

Paul Thwaite Anil Champaneri

JCI London JCI Londonderry JCI Reading JCI Sheffield JCI Southampton

Sarah Beckwith Heather McGee Stephen Wells Kate Senter Drew Charman

2011 Project Name Chairy public speaking, Vicious circle dinner JCI Belfast Charity Pub Quiz which raised £1,400 for Barnardo’s Easter themed market stall for JCI Nothing But Nets to support global malaria day Secret Santa Appeal JCI Cambridge Annual Business Day Thorntons Charity Chocolate Tasting Event Three peaks challenge; £6,000 community fundraising challenge for Manchester Children’s Hospital Bank of England business lecture Fashion Bites Back Fashion Show for JCI Nothing But Nets International Business Lecture Program How JCI Reading Can Help You JCI Sheffield - There's an App for that! JCI Southampton Commercial Apprenticeship Training Program


JCI USA Ř-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Joanie Cramer Ř2IƂFLDO-&,/DQJXDJH English Ř/RFDO/DQJXDJH English

National Secretariat

100 Chesterfield Business Parkway, Suite 200, Chesterfield, MO, USA 63005 Tel: +1-636-681-1857 Email: execDirector@usjaycees.org Website: www.usjaycees.org

Relay for Life Goals and Actions Taken: Northern Baltimore County Junior Chamber, Maryland supported the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life program by walking to raise money and awareness to help find a cure for cancer. The Local Organization raised money by asking for personal donations as well as tending a bar at the Regional US JCI Senate function. All tips were donated to their Relay for Life team. Results: Raised money and awareness for cancer research.

Disaster Relief for Joplin Goals and Actions Taken: US $23,000 raised at the JCI USA annual meeting to be used as grants to assist those affected by Spring 2011 floods and tornados in Joplin, Missouri. Results: US $23,000 given to US Jaycee Foundation.

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Missouri 2011 Local President Peg Luzinski Adam Rosse Tyler Miller Tarah Marx Tiffany Bielenberg Paul Schmerse Jason Allard Amanda Wills Kristin Johnson Jeremy Reuter Jake Sonntag Penny Funk Brad Polzar Nate Niehaus Francis Irwin James Wold Rick Schreiner Jacyln Kuchenbecker Jeremy Pinnow Andrew Nosbusch Nathan Libbey Allison Dickman Matt Baumann Aaron Smiley Kelly Goyette Jody Becker Ryan Selzer Craig Spierings Ken Reckelberg Theresa Schudrowitz Ben Rodgers Ben Bourassa Timothy Felton Heather Bartel Jeffrey Imhoff Waylon Meyer Kim Skaare Joanne Whipple Brent Fennessey

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2011 Project Name PPK Duck Race Lake Days Rendezvous Fireworks Big Boom Brewfest 4th of July Fish Days Catfish Days Brat Days Craft/Vendor Fair Good Neighbor Fest Dairy Days 4th of July Blind Volleyball 4th of July BrillionFest Arts and Crafts Fair Haunted House Arts and Crafts Fair Klondike Days Halloween Parade Haunted House Toys for Tots Mardi Gras Venetian Fest Cheese Fest Packers food stand Horror in the Dark Irish Fest Trail of Terror Haunted Barn Brews and Blues Butterfest PHR Cheese Curds Stand Sturgeon Fest Brewfest

JCI Local Organization St. Charles St. Clair St. Louis St. Peters Ste. Genevieve Union Warren County Washington Waverly Weingarten Wentzville/Lake St. Louis Weston West St. Louis County Zell Area Unique Florissant Valley Arnold Big Prairie Blue Springs Boonville Bowling Geen Branson Bridgeton/Maryland Heights Cameron Cape Girardeau Cole Camp Columbia Eureka Fenton Fulton Hannibal Hermann Holden JCI Metro Jefferson City Joplin Kennett Macon Malden Mexico Mid County Mission Inn Monett Northland Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Fallon Olean Oran Pacific Palmyra Sikeston Southern Boone Springfield

2011 Local President Matt Smith Stephanie Smith Bret Kuhlman Jill Pavlik Christy Wehner Jill Brewer Sam Smith Danielle Epple Jason Hilbrenner Jack Parmley, Jr. April Foster David Knox Chris Bradburn John Thomure James Coslet Holly Coil Lori Crutchley Renee Roach Stan Underwood Tom Goon Chad Perkins Todd Aeschliman Joe Fogg

2011 Project Name Bingo Trivia Night Mardi Gras Beer Booth BBQ Softball League Tree of Lights Pub Crawl Town and Country Fair Apple Jubilee Poker Run County Fair Food Booth July 4th Fireworks Ballwin Days Beer Booth GTO Dance Pizza Sales Christmas Tree Sales License Fee Office Community Days Fireworks Tent Rodeo Ribeye Cookoff Billboards BBQ

Gary Arn Robbie Guard Jared Espey Kim Nodder Shane St. Clair Scott Provaznik Martha McGrath Darrell McCoy Jake Webber Jeremy Flashpohler Lori Bowers Tony Giuliani Shahida Birkhead Lee Atwill Bill Noyes Jamie Patterson Josh Hanley David Gusewelle Sue Mickey Brittie Oakley Justin Triplet Nathan Painter Daniel Hand Ben Barron Clinton Hafley Dustin Smith Bart Ziegenhorn Jason Shoot Elijah Haahr

Golf Tournament Christmas Shopping Tour Fair Beer Garden Holiday Parade Eureka Days Stick Horse Races Joplin Disaster Relief Wing Ding Maifest Beer Booth Beer Booth JCI Nothing But Nets Calendar Pulling for Camp Bologna Fling BBQ Cookoff Youth Basketball Tourney Scholorships Soybean Festival Trivia Night Teddy Bear Express Haunted House Pub Crawl July 4th Beer Booth Testicle Festival Lenten Fish Frys Golf Tounament Cozy Dog Stand Bootheel Rodeo Casino Night Bowling Tournament


Virginia JCI Local Organization Alexandria Arlington Apprentice School Broadway-Timberville Chesterfield

2011 Local President Lillian Cheng Megan Shipley Sean Brady Nancy Farmer Marina Manoley

2011 Project Name Alexandria Gives

Colonial Heights Downtown Emporia Fredericksburg Farmville Goochland Hopewell Junior Chamber @ VCU Lexington-Rockbridge Norfolk Oceanfront Patrick County Peninsula Pulaski Reston Richmond

Barbara Scott Ole Orset Charles Jarrett Jason Adkins Billie Jo Chenault Alanna Arthur Mark Summers Eric West Jesse Lyons Will McGuire Azizi Parker Rodney East Tom Dean Chris Shaw Nicholas Hartigan Rogers Motley

Roanoke South Boston Tuckahoe Va Beach Warrenton-Fauquier West End Williamsburg

Mike Johnson Steve Crutchfield Matt Montero Courtney Duncan Randy Lee Val Rodriguez Jason Blanchard

East Coast Surfing Championship Christmas Toy Workshop Annual Christmas Tree Sale 5K Duck Race

2011 Local President Ron Karcher Jr Jamie Haase Jennifer Groff Shane Hills Margaret Brady Amber Schroeder Rebekka Herrington Jenni Okuda Jeremy Ewing Jill Opad Chrissy Trilling-Raices Christie Martin John Paunan

2011 Project Name Bierfest Bingo Poker Run Octoberfest Mid-Summer Celebration Best Pizza Contest Chili Cook-Off Hike of Health Job Fair Turkey Trot Hometown Fest Memorial Day Hot Dog Roll Socials for Seniors

Shop for Tots Richmond Race Concessions and Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt Christmas Parade and Tree Lot Virginia Pork Festival Annual Christmas Parade Five Alive Christmas Parade Five Alive Concert Series ($9000) Salvation Army Christmas Shopping Tour Cinco De Mayo 5K Beach Music Festival Womanless Beauty Pageant

Project Warm - Wood provision for the Elderly Big Lick Brewtopia Annual Community Golf Tournament

Illinois JCI Local Organization Millstadt South Cahokia South Mascoutah Steeleville Valmeyer Area Elk Grove Village GLMV Gurnee/Lindenhurst Hoffman Estates Mount Prospect Palatine Schaumburg Wheeling

JCI Local Organization Bolingbrook Brookfield Chicago Elmhurst Frankfort Area Glen Ellyn Lombard Midwest Korean American Naperville Woodridge Aledo East Moline-Silvis Freeport Le-Win Princeton Sterling-Rock Falls Lincoln Mount Pulaski Peoria Spoon River Area Tazewell County Kankakee Area Christopher DuQuoin Johnston City Mount Vernon Chatham Menard County Springfield Arcola Decatur Bloomington-Normal Danville Hoopeston Lexington Algonquin/LITH Cary-Grove Crystal Lake Elgin Huntley McHenry Area Wauconda/Island Lake Woodstock Alhambra Alton-Godfrey Bethalto Breese Collinsville Greenville Highland New Baden Addieville Area Bellevile Columbia

2011 Local President Laura Sasinka Andy Mullen Shazad Mehta Kenny Blank Yadav Nathwani Nick Smith Larry Yun Joe Zhu Dina DePaszuale-Duhr Hugh Brown Sara Nicely Karen Luedtke Tyson Terhune Andy Dye NIck Hubbard Shelley Hackett Jeremy Davis Val Swearington Karen Crick Joy Williamson Carol Cademartori Scott Furlow Shannon Dimitroff Dan Voyles Jared Koester Lindsay Wilkin David Pickett Tito Condarco Tanya Haubner Joellyn Nauman Susan Ballengee Brett Rush Cody Ketelson Cyndi Gac Jason Williams Gene Schrempf Jessica Parsons Nick Hanson Kathryn Spranger James Tuber Adam Garrison Greg Nihiser Ernest Fries Brent Schlarmann John Phillips Curt Hampton Julie Dubach Kevin Ogden Jr Jim Lehde Brad Buehlhorn Mike Dillon

2011 Project Name Jubilee Carnival Haunted House Member Workshop Elmfest Rib Contest Charity Carnival Taste of Lombard Golf Outing Labor Day Festival Memorail Golf Outing Rhubarb Festival Haunted House Cheese Curd Wagon Mud Volleyball Tournament Golf Outing Kick Ball Tournament Haunted House Community Easter Egg Hunt International Beer Festival Cubaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Closest for Clothing Donations Trivia Nights Haunted Trail BBQ Fundraiser Summer Softball Leagues Summer Carnival Comedy Night Sweet Corn Festival Family Fall Festival 4th of July Festival Kiddie Tractor Pulls Haunted House Bruegala Springfest Sweet Corn Festival Youth Sports Leagues Circus Christmas Tree Sales Youth Bowling League Breakfast w/ Easter Bunny Evanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Art for Autism Fundraiser Haunted House Downtown Christmas Decorations Easter Egg Hunt Pork-A-Palooza Cancer Fundraiser Easter Egg Hunt Christmas Tree Sales Ball Field Concessions School Supplies Fundraiser Youth Dance Schweizerfest DARE Ride Pancake Breakfast Art on the Square Sock Hop

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JCI Uruguay Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Mauricio Escobar Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH Spanish Ĺ&#x2DC;/RFDO/DQJXDJHSpanish

National Secretariat

RincĂłn 454 Piso 2 esquina Misiones Montevideo, Uruguay - CP11.000 Tel: +598-9482-7556 Email: info@jciuruguay.or Website: www.jci.cc/uruguay, www.jciuruguay.org

Campeonato de Debate Rural Metas y Acciones Tomadas: El objetivo principal del proyecto es realizar actividades en conjunto entre dos instituciones, la JCI Montevideo y la FederaciĂłn Rural de JĂłvenes (FRJ), brindando herramientas y capacitaciones para los jĂłvenes rurales del interior del paĂ­s. Objetivos especĂ­ficos: Ĺ&#x2DC; )RUPDU D IXWXURV OÂŻGHUHV ORFDOHV TXH QHFHVLWDQ HVWDU SUHSDUDGRV para la toma de decisiones en el porvenir Ĺ&#x2DC; *HQHUDU RSRUWXQLGDGHV SDUD DPEDV SDUWHV OD JHQHUDFLÂľQ GH una comunidad del conocimiento en el que es fundamental la herramienta que maneja JCI, para incidir en este cambio, al pĂşblico objetivo de la FRJ Ĺ&#x2DC; 7UDEDMDU GH IRUPD FRQMXQWD HQ JHQHUDU ÂŁPELWRV GH GLVFXVLÂľQ de temas de importancia a las comunidades rurales, que a la vez contribuye en el desarrollo personal de estos integrantes y lĂ­deres con capacidad de incidir en los procesos de cambio de la sociedad tanto a nivel local como a nivel nacional Ĺ&#x2DC; *HQHUDU GHEDWHV FRPR XQD KHUUDPLHQWD GH OHYDQWDU ORV GLIHUHQWHV perfiles de liderazgo rural a nivel nacional Ĺ&#x2DC; *HQHUDU ÂŁPELWRV GH GLVFXVLÂľQ GH WHPDV LPSRUWDQWHV SDUD OD juventud rural Para ejecutarlo, recopilamos, junto con un equipo de personas, toda la informaciĂłn de los campeonatos de debate realizados anteriormente, tomando en cuenta la revisiĂłn de cada uno de los materiales que tendrĂ­amos que preparar para entregar a los participantes como al jurado, toda esta recopilaciĂłn y preparaciĂłn la realizamos previo al primer campeonato en San Jose, trabajando en reescribir las reglas del campeonato para adaptarlas al Debate rural y cada una de las localidades donde se estarĂ­a desarrollando, la bĂşsqueda de temas, armado e impresiĂłn de todos los documentos necesarios, impresiĂłn de diplomas, carpetas, medallas para los ganadores etc. La FRJ cuenta con grupos de jĂłvenes rurales que participan activamente en temas rurales, por lo que con este proyecto

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logramos involucrarlos en una actividad diferente, por lo que tuvieron que conseguir, lugar fĂ­sico para desarrollar la actividad, sillas, mesas, conseguir jurado, invitar actores locales, prensa local, como alguna de las medidas a tomar. Se trabajo en la concreciĂłn de un buen jurado que cumpliera con los requisitos para que el debate obtuviera una buena evaluaciĂłn por parte del equipo del jurado. Se realizaron comunicados de prensa previo a cada uno de los campeonatos, al igual que invitaciones a diversos actores locales para que presenciaran y participaran de esta actividad. TambiĂŠn se realizĂł una pequeĂąa capacitaciĂłn previo al inicio del debate para explicar el funcionamiento y las reglas del mismo, para que todos tuvieran en claro la metodologĂ­a. De igual forma se le explico al jurado cuales eran los puntos y criterios a tener en cuenta a la hora de realizar su evaluaciĂłn personal de cada uno de los equipos debatientes, al igual que se les explicĂł el material y las planillas con que contaban sus diferentes carpetas, que fueran entregadas con anterioridad al debate. Resultados: Ĺ&#x2DC; 6H LPSDFWÂľ HQ PÂŁV GH  MÂľYHQHV HQ GLIHUHQWHV GHEDWHV Ĺ&#x2DC; 0ÂŁV GH  MÂľYHQHV FDSDFLWDGRV D QLYHO QDFLRQDO Ĺ&#x2DC; 0ÂŁV GH  RUJDQL]DFLRQHV HPSUHVDV \ PHGLRV LQYROXFUDGRV HQ el desarrollo de todo el proyecto Ĺ&#x2DC; $SUR[LPDGDPHQWH 86  PRYLOL]DGRV GH DSR\RV VSRQVRUV \ aportes en especies Ĺ&#x2DC; $SUR[LPDGDPHQWH  PLHPEURV GH -&, 8UXJXD\ 0RQWHYLGHR Colonia y Junta Nacional) participando del desarrollo del proyecto Ĺ&#x2DC; $SUR[LPDGDPHQWH  SHUVRQDV PRYLOL]DGDV HQ HO WUDEDMR organizativo y de desarrollo por parte de otras instituciones tales como FRJ, intendencias, entre otras Ĺ&#x2DC; 6H HVWLPD TXH VH DOFDQ]Âľ XQD GLIXVLÂľQ HQ PHGLRV OOHJDQGR fĂĄcilmente a mĂĄs de 50.000 personas


Como Iniciar Mi Propio Negocio Metas y Acciones Tomadas: Ĺ&#x2DC;4XHORVMÂľYHQHVGH a 15 aĂąos conozcan sus capacidades emprendedoras y sean conscientes de que pueden, en un futuro, aspirar a ser empresarios si se lo proponen Ĺ&#x2DC;4XHMÂľYHQHVGHDDÂłRV incorporen nociones bĂĄsicas sobre cĂłmo crear una empresa Ĺ&#x2DC;3URPRFLRQDU-&,&RORQLDSRVLFLRQDUODPDUFDORJUDUQXHYRV vĂ­nculos institucionales, favorecer el crecimiento Ĺ&#x2DC;2IUHFHUXQDDFWLYLGDGTXHFRQWULEX\DDODIRUPDFLÂľQ\GHVDUUROOR de habilidades emprendedoras en nuestra comunidad Ĺ&#x2DC;$XWRVRVWHQLELOLGDGGHOSUR\HFWR El taller, basado en el material â&#x20AC;&#x153;CĂłmo iniciar mi propio negocioâ&#x20AC;? desarrollado por UNESCO, estĂĄ destinado a proporcionar a los jĂłvenes un sentimiento de confianza en sĂ­ y a despertar en ellos la idea de que un empleo independiente podrĂ­a ser una elecciĂłn de carrera viable, a hacer que conozcan sus habilidades y posibilidades emprendedoras, en ellos y en el mercado. A que cobren real conciencia, desde su juventud, de que cada uno de ellos podrĂĄ desarrollar sus emprendimientos sociales, comunitarios y/o empresariales si asĂ­ se lo propone. Los talleres comienzan invitando a los participantes a examinar sus puntos fuertes y sus puntos dĂŠbiles en estos temas de manera que puedan adquirir una percepciĂłn clara de ellos mismos. Se les anima a que se perciban como actores responsables de sus vidas. Por tanto al promover la independencia y la necesidad de desempeĂąar un papel constructivo en la sociedad, la formaciĂłn pretende asimismo, acrecentar las capacidades humanas que son un elemento esencial del desarrollo sostenible, y con ello generar un cambio positivo en la sociedad. AdemĂĄs ofrecer a los jĂłvenes los medios para ganarse la vida, u obtener un ingreso por medio de una actividad productiva ya sea ahora o en un futuro. El taller finalizĂł con una ceremonia de premiaciĂłn desarrollada en el Teatro BastiĂłn del Carmen de la ciudad de Colonia del Sacramento, con la presencia de los padres de los jĂłvenes participantes, de los directores de los centros de enseĂąanza (Liceo 1, Liceo 2 y UTU) del director de Cultura de la IMC, el Director de Juventud de la IMC, el Director del INJU, la Coordinadora de MIDES secciĂłn Colonia, el Coordinador de YABT Uruguay y el Pasado Presidente Nacional de JCI Uruguay. Se trabajĂł durante un mes en reuniones de coordinaciĂłn semanales, durante las cuales se planificĂł y dio seguimiento a las siguientes acciones:

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BaĂąos Limpios en la Ruta Metas y Acciones Tomadas: Uruguay estĂĄ trabajando a nivel de gobierno desde hace mucho tiempo en desarrollar una mejor imagen paĂ­s para el turismo. Bajo el claim Uruguay Natural se promueven diferentes actividades que contribuyan a cumplir este objetivo. A partir de un proyecto que conocimos en Paraguay, se nos ocurriĂł proponer al Ministerio de Turismo de nuestro paĂ­s, implementar BaĂąos Limpios en la Ruta, proyecto que se alinea claramente con el fin de mejorar los servicios que se ofrecen a los turista que recorren nuestro paĂ­s. A esto se suman que la calidad de oferta sanitaria sobre las rutas nacionales no estĂĄ en las mejores condiciones. El objetivo del proyecto es realizar una evaluaciĂłn para que, a partir de ĂŠsta, los diferentes establecimientos apunten a la mejora. Una vez que el proyecto fue aprobado por parte de la JCI Montevideo, el equipo de trabajo se puso en contacto con la SecretarĂ­a de Turismo de Paraguay, organizadores y creadores de esta idea en aquel paĂ­s. JazmĂ­n Amazona fue la persona que desde Paraguay ofreciĂł, desde el primer momento, toda la ayuda necesaria y brindĂł todo el know how que ellos han adquirido en el tiempo que llevan implementando la campaĂąa. Paralelamente se fueron haciendo las gestiones ante el Ministerio de Turismo para conseguir los fondos necesarios para implementar nuestro proyecto. Una vez conseguido los fondos y elaborada la campaĂąa de comunicaciĂłn, se realizĂł el lanzamiento del proyecto en la sede del Ministerio; ademĂĄs conseguimos que nos realizaran una nota en Radio SarandĂ­ una AM de mucha difusiĂłn en Uruguay. Durante los meses de noviembre y diciembre se realizaron llamados telefĂłnicos a diferentes establecimientos, invitĂĄndolos a participar de la campaĂąa.

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En los meses de enero y febrero se realizó la primera ronda de visitas, las cuales abarcaron las rutas 1, 3, 5, 8, 9, 10 e Interbalnearia, logrando concretar los 11 participantes que finalmente cumplieron todo el ciclo de la primera edición de Baños Limpios en la Ruta. La segunda ronda de visitas se terminó de concretar a fines de abril, una vez terminada la semana de turismo. En los meses siguientes se compiló toda la información recabada en las dos visitas y se elaboraron los informes que posteriormente se enviaron a los establecimientos participantes. Finalmente en el mes de setiembre se entregaron los premios a los ganadores y se envió el informe de evaluación del proyecto al Ministerio de Turismo. Resultados: Los beneficios más importantes para la Organización Local vienen por el lado del posicionamiento de imagen y el relacionamiento con un Ministerio, sobre todo pensando en los proyectos futuros de nuestra organización (RPN2012 y Conferencia 2016). Por otro lado, no es menor que el proyecto haya dejado un ingreso económico importante para la organización lo cual permite continuar con el funcionamiento de la misma y la implementación de nuevos proyectos.

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Miembros: Los miembros que participaron se vieron beneficiados en el aprendizaje de la gestión de proyectos (en la corta historia de nuestra organización es importante destacar que este proyecto es el que ha contado con el mayor presupuesto). Y sobre todo, los miembros participantes, han mejorado sus habilidades a la hora de poder solicitar apoyo ante una oficina del estado, tarea nada sencilla en nuestro país, además de que tuvieron la oportunidad de recorrer algunos rincones del Uruguay, que quizá alguno de ellos no conocía.

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JCI Colonia JCI Montevideo JCI Maldonado JCI Pocitos JCI Rivera

Natalia Beltrán Santiago Aramendía Santiago Aramendía Diego Torres Fabricio Mendez

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JCI Venezuela Ĺ&#x2DC;-&,1DWLRQDO3UHVLGHQW Argenis Angulo Ĺ&#x2DC;2IĆ&#x201A;FLDO-&,/DQJXDJH Spanish Ĺ&#x2DC;/RFDO/DQJXDJH Spanish

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Calle 64, entre Avenidas 3Ey 3F. No. 3E-76, Venezuela Tel: +58-414-6331419 Email: jcivenezuela@gmail.com Website: www.jci.cc/venezuela

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2011 Local President

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JCI Gran Caracas

Steeve Castillo

Casa Hogar Laura VicuĂąa

JCI Zulia

Ennys Morales

FormaciĂłn de LĂ­deres Comunitarios

JCI Valencia

Fransisco Musset (Coord. Interino)

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130 Ha Huy Tap, Phu My Hung, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Tel: +848-54122589 Email: secretary@jci.vn Website: www.jci.vn

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OMOIYARI for Orphans Goal: Sharing love and the OMOIYARI spirit to orphans and children. Actions Taken: A mid-autumn festival on September 10, 2011, at the Dominican Rosa Lima, No. 53 Road 25, Linh Dong Ward, Thu Duc, HCMC. JCI Vietnam cooperated with the Young Businesspeople Association of Ho Chi minh City (YBA) and Nam Anh Ltd. Gift-giving and free photography for the children disadvantaged by HIV infections was organized as well. The program gathered 250 children and parents from different parts of the city to attend. The colorful cultural performances by the “In Loving Charity” (Bac Ai Trong Yeu Thuong) group. 250 practical gifts from generous donors have brought joy and great encouragement for the children and their families during this Moon Festival. During the day of National Convention, JCI members and children visited an orphanage campus in the city, played with the children and presented them with milk, toys and food. Results: Ř +,9 LQIHFWHG FKLOGUHQ HQMR\HG D IXOO PLGDXWXPQ IHVWLYDO ZLWK IUHH photographies, gifts and delicious food Ř 7R ERRVW FRPPXQLW\ HQJDJHPHQW IURP -&, PHPEHUV DQG QRQ members

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South Saigon

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East Saigon

Truong Tuan Anh

Transfer 120 wheelchairs (sponsored by Crocodile foundation), Organize a music performance to old, disabled and poor people. Business Networking Event in Ho Chi Minh City


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Results: Embarked on a Life-skills Training Program for the OVCs from Blossoms. Five training sessions were held on the following topics: Ř (IIHFWLYH FRPPXQLFDWLRQ Ř *RDO VHWWLQJ Ř 5HODWLRQVKLSV DQG IULHQGVKLSV Ř 6HOI DZDUHQHVV Ř *URRPLQJ DQG HWLTXHWWH As part of the psycho-social support, the JCI City team celebrated birthdays each month with the children. They would buy cakes and drinks and have a good time over a weekend, just to make the kids feel appreciated and loved. As part of increasing their exposure, the JCI City team would also take the kids for Ice cream and movies, luxuries that these kids would never get the resources to have and appreciate unless someone comes and gives a caring hand. At their annual general meeting held in December 2011, the children at Blossoms specifically requested for JCI to come back and give the monthly training sessions as they reported that it opened their eyes to a new world which they never thought was possible. We are looking forward to connecting them to colleges and universities once they finish their high school courses. We intend to continue with this mentorship program and to evaluate the effect that this training program will have on the participants.

Life Skills Goals and Actions Taken: To offer psycho-social support to orphaned and vulnerable children. Eradication of extreme poverty and hunger and also HIV/AIDS in line with UN Millenium Development Goals (UN MDGs), by equipping orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs) with survival skills. JCI Lifeskills™ project partnered with Blossoms Children’s Home in Harare’s high density suburb of Mufakose to provide Life Skills Training to children in the Mufakose community. Mufakose is plagued by a variety of social ills, a community despised by many. Blossoms Children’s Community is home to over 100 OVCs from the Mufakose community. About 40 of those children fall within the project’s target group of children between 13 and 18 years of age. The 2011 edition of the Lifeskills Training Program is made up of monthly training sessions (classroom training), which will be wrapped up by a Lifeskills Training Camp at the end of the year. The monthly trainings cover topics including: Self Awareness, Communication, Goal Setting, Friendships and Relationships. The Camp will be made up of Team Building Activities, to depict real life circumstances to encourage the children to work out solutions for challenges as in real life. In addition, it will serve as a graduation from the Lifeskills Training Project for participants

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JCI Local Organization JCI City JCI Harare JCI Kwekwe JCI Bulawayo JCI Gweru JCI Mutare

Another World is Possible Goals and Actions Taken: Ř7RSURYLGHDSODWIRUPIRU\RXQJSHRSOHLQIHFWHGRUJUHDWO\DIIHFWHG by HIV to interact and share experiences Ř7REULQJWRWKHIRUHVWUDWHJLHVWKDWFDQEHDGRSWHGWRKDOWDQG reverse the impact of HIV on young people Ř7RSURYLGHDQRSSRUWXQLW\IRU\RXQJSHRSOHWRVKDUHWKHLUYLVLRQV of a better world Results: Solutions Children highlighted a wide range of new solutions as well as underscore the importance of some existing ones. A separate write up is being developed on the solutions. Assertiveness Most of the children who expressed fear of public speaking at the start were able to stand in front of their peers. Some of them could not construct a sentence in English yet managed to participate at the preliminary competitions. The children can now speak in front of a crowd with less fear. A number of the participants expressed gratitude at the coaching they received. A Voice The children were given a voice. Just standing in front of their peers; and being listened to, made a big difference in their selfesteem.

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2011 Local President Darlington Ndoro Chinedu Uche Tawanda Moyo Otilia Mutavayi Shepered Manhokwe Walter Makhuyana

2011 Project Name Life Skills Another World is Possible Blood Donation Save a Child


The following developing JCI National Organizations did not submit information for 2011: Gabon 2011 National President: Not Available

Russia 2011 National President: Elena Beskinskaya, ITF 122

Uganda 2011 National President: Ambrose Kibuuka Mukiibi

2011 JCI Potential National Organizations: Algeria 2011 National President: Not Available

Bulgaria 2011 National President: Magdalina Zlatkova Zlateva

Chad 2011 National President: Not Available

Czech Republic 2011 National President: Vojtech Kacirek

Democratic Republic of Congo 2011 National President: Not Available

El Salvador 2011 National President: Not Available

Egypt 2011 National President: Ahmed Maher

Gambia 2011 National President: Basireh Badjie

Moldova 2011 National President: Nica Domnicu

Spain 2011 National President: Not Available

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JCI Nothing But Nets Donors 2011 Donations in US Dollars by Country Africa and the Middle East: Cameroon: $20 Egypt: $10 Mauritius: $2,340 Nigeria: $10 Rwanda: $150 Senegal: $10 South Africa: $305 Syria: $20 Togo: $20 Tunisia: $20 Miscellaneous: $225 Total: $3,130 Number of Countries: 10

Asia and the Pacific: Australia: $1,135 Cambodia: $10 Hong Kong: $20,445 Indonesia: $1,045 Japan: $96,060 Korea: $16,688 Malaysia: $1,360 Maldives: $10 Mongolia: $70 Philippines: $10,000 Miscellaneous: $1,950 Total: $148, 773 Number of Countries: 10

The Americas: Argentina: $70 Bolivia: $130 Brazil: $455 Canada: $11,635 Colombia: $860 Dutch Caribbean: $355 Mexico: $20 Panama: $1,103 Paraguay: $275 Puerto Rico: $1,410 Suriname: $5 USA: $9,727 Venezuela: $10 West Indies: $160 Miscellaneous: $1,239 Total: $27,454 Number of Countries: 14

Europe Austria: $576 Belgium: $58,226 Catalonia: $10 Cyprus: $3,750 Denmark: $1,570 France: $4,520 Hungary: $5,290 Iceland: $950 Ireland: $2,000 Italy: $5,783 Malta: $958 Monaco: $1,352 Netherlands: $133,987 Norway: $1,500 Scotland: $4,425 Sweden: $5,883 Switzerland: $5,500 Turkey: $100 United Kingdom: $22,753 Miscellaneous: $1,595 Total: $260,728 Number of Countries: 20

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JCI Foundation Donors Australia Belgium

Benin

Brazil

Burkina Faso

Canada

Columbia

Juan Cardona Jorge Rojas JCI Bogota Elvira Gonzalez Annomus

Bridgette Newbury Christian Gybels Peter Verstappen Miriam Roemers Yaoui Djossouvi Basile Djossouvi Andreia An Lang Shih Jean Pier De Liz Palenfo M. Gaston Rodolphe Djiguimde Alidou Sanfo Charly Gatete SONDO, Camille Serge Djiguimde Siaka Coulibaly Konate Kadidia Prisca Marie Carole Barro Aboubakari Gaston Thiombiano

Dutch Caribbean Dave Martines Candice Henriquez JCI Ioba Curacao Sterling Isenia Jr Maharo E.F. Isenia Evaristo Gerard Sigfried Lumenier Ecuador

Finland

France

Eric Brideau Ralph Machon Ana Marie Rojar Claudia Pilar Cardenas Gonzalez Nelson Gutierrez Lizby Casas Gloria Gomez Luis Larrota Carlos G Polo JCI Quindio Carlos Rodriguez Isseth Barros Nexi Zambrano Dora Gomez Juan Palomino Raul Cardona Juiro Millan Varela Angela Echeverri Siliviana Montoya Norvita Cardenas Olga Bongcam Gladys Savi Vicky Peerez Melva Jimenez Monica Ardila Diana Zuluaga Jaime Cardona Andres Gutierrez JCI Cucuta Leonardo Perez JCI Santa Marta Fabio Valencia Ignacio Espinosa Nelly Cerchar Mario Gomez Wilson Gonzalez Sandra Garcia Guillermo Largo JCI Riomar Maritza Rodriguez JCI Bogota

Germany

Ghana Hong Kong

Indonisia India

Italy

Japan

Sebastian Castro Franklin Saltos Mari Muhonen Jukka Vainonpaa Jukka Tanhuanpaa Mikael Salo Erika Delver Yolanda Lincertin Laure Duquesne David Wajnsztok Bruno Mondat Claude Henri Saint Andre Marco Tarsia Florian Klug Thomas Oehring Veronica Mills Lempley Anthony Leung Ronald Kan Steve Chung Ho Shing Ken Wong Harry Harun Martin Francis Haridarshan Salike Chandra Vemula Shine Bhaskaran G Proddatoori A T Dharmapalan Shajy PK Ronald Paul K Nallathambi G Subramanian V Anoop SPA Ganesh Stefano Traversa Michela Angelini Chiara Milani Taikoh Hara Kousuke Shibata

Kosuke Obata Osamu Mito Takao Sugimoto Naoki Ikawa Takakazu Ando Takehiro Yoshimura Takashi Okuyama Takaaki Kataniwa Makoto Sumida Masaoki Fukui Mitsukuni Inoue Takuya Yamada Hiroyuki Matsuura Tomonori Tatsumi Hiroaki Fujita Kentaro Harada Kazuya Urata Mark Ikeda Yoshihito Kita Masateru Fujii Kiyokazu Kotani Shogo Ikeda Hidekazu Takaya Hirotomo Mogi Kazuya Suzuki Kyoya Nishiyama Kan Arai Yoshifumi Sakuda Hiroaki Nishii Satoshi Horiguchi Takaaki Kataniwa Masaichi Ikeda Makoto Sumida JCI Hiroshima Yuichiro Nakagawa Ryuichiro Tsuchiya Taro Tominaga Nagayuki Nishio Kenshi Ogata Issei Kamitani Norikatsu Yokoo Jin Oh Koichi Takahashi Mitsutoshi Takamiya Masahiro Noguchi Bunichi Moriizumi Tadayuki Toki Noriyuki Imaizumi Hitoshi Kitajima Toru Ono Daiji Furukawa Katsutoshi Shimoda Toshiya Yamauchi Keiju Ito Shogo Aoki Go Oda Hajime Sasaki Tetsuya Obinata Shichiro Nonogaki Masamine Terashima Kiyomi Fujimoto Shigenori Kamida Takehito Koike Taro Hirama Masatsugu Hayashi JCI Sabae Takehide Murakami Tsuyoshi Nakajima Yukihiro Kikuchi oshihiro Tamura JCI Higashihiroshima Toshihiro Mishima Kazuhiro Yamamoto

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Lebanon Malaysia Macao

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Netherlands

Nigeria Norway Panama

Paraguay

Phillipines

Puerto Rico Rawanda Romania Suriname

Taiwan

Alex Mok Roger Leung Dennis Lam Aminath Shezni Waheed Deen Carmen Mendoza Eduardo Lopez Daniel Martinez Batzaya Baasandorj Altanbagana Shituu Enkhmandakh Khurlee Taishir Myagmarjav Naranjargal Battomor Avirmed Delgersikhan Tuvshin Banzragch Batbayar Uliziidelger

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Tunisia Turkey

Hans-Peter Visser Robbert van Waart Erin Bouwen Jan van Nieuwamerongen Dennis Ament Guido Hermans Bertolt Dames

United States

Solomon Abel Eke Andreas Erik Hage Iris Oro Jorge Cordoba Lilian Rolon Jorge Romero Bernard Dy Olivia Dizon Michael Riveria Fabrice Ngoga Alex Popa Marciano Young Max Apapoe Ray Jong-A Loch Lu Tien-Cheng Tuan Chin-Chen Lun-Hao Lucas Kuo Chun-Liang, Chris, Chen Ting Lih Sheila Chen Liber Chen LIANG JUNG HAI Jack Shao Nader Hadji Fredj Deniz Senelt

United Kingdom Chris Read Amanda Fitzsimmons

Venezuela

West Indies

Zimbabwe

Earl Sawyer Scott Greenlee Alisa Clum John Baine ALA ASAC Katherine Cheng John Weber Darrell Johnson Arwen Prichett US JCI Senate Antonio Moschella Argenis Angulo Fernando Sanchez-Aries Ray Brathwaite Joy C. Brathwaite Samuel Moyo


JCI Senators JCI would like to thank the JCI Senate Joint Boards for their support of the JCI First Timers Programs at the 2011 JCI Area Conferences and JCI World Congress. Roland Kwemain – JCI Senate Chairperson Mary Sawyer – JCI Senate Joint Board Secretary Saleh Rustom – President of the Association of Senators Africa and the Middle East Michelle Tan – Chairperson of the Asia-Pacific (ASPAC) Senate Jorge H. Rojas – President of the Association of Senators of the Americas and the Caribbean Ulrich Kistner – President of the JCI European Senate Mike O’Connell – President of the US JCI Senate

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Jorge Andres Galmes Aguzzi

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Claude Aubain BOSSA Marcel Coffi DJIHOUN

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Gonzalo Terrazas Zambrana Arnaldo Forty Montero Colque Carolos Orlando Penaloza Quiroz

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Bonolo Bino Selelo Pontsho C. Pusoetsile

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Volnei Magni Daniel Graminha Vieira Antonio Da Silva Junior Eda Cristina Benkendorf Hornis Franca Gomes Rosa Luis Felippe Ferreira Klem de Mattos Leonesio Eckert Geraldo Pedroso Gerson Alecio Strossi Jurandir Moraes Dos Santos Moacir Alecio Chiarelli Luiz Alberto Sirino Junior Leandro Gauer Fernando Muller Jeferson Alexandre Vieira

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Paul Thomas Clissold Larry Jorgenson Terry Siegel Jean-Francois Marquis Erin Radke Hall Jeff Chesebrough Marc Johnston Ryan Johnston Lyle John Doucette Blaine Peter Evans

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Albert Riba Trullols Gerard Monguio Figuerola Nuria Olive Marimon Blanca Torres Pons Gerard Santos Salinas Meritxell Montagut Puiggros Marc Ceron Castello Jose Manuel Gomez Hernandez

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Cesar Augusto Blanco Viloria Jorge Humberto Torres Hernández Pilar Eugenia Ramirez Villar Edgar Mauricio Acosta Galeano Luz Marina Sanabria Restrepo Dora Ligia Ospina Correa Olga Julieta Londoño Benjumea Juan Fernando Zuluaga White Carlos Alberto Zuluaga Diaz Salvatore Vadala Ruggiero Cesar Augusto Blanco Viloria Jorge Humberto Torres Hernández Pilar Eugenia Ramirez Villar Edgar Mauricio Acosta Galeano Luz Marina Sanabria Restrepo Dora Ligia Ospina Correa Olga Julieta Londoño Benjumea Juan Fernando Zuluaga White Carlos Alberto Zuluaga Diaz Salvatore Vadala Ruggiero

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Denmark

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Célestin Richard MONDOUJI Firmin Karel NTSIKA Yvette Marie Yolande AMBENDET-MBETO Nicolas ELOTA Arsene Harold BOUCKITA

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Gyda Bay Susanne Rasmussen Ann Louise Burtenshaw Thuesen Lars Christian Eriksen Mette Rask Rikke Ager Dorthe Breum Søren Greve Olesen

Dominican Republic 70933 70954

Felipe Ozuna Cuevas Luis Emilio Guerrero Soto

Dutch Caribbean 70529 70530 70531 70532 70533 70534 71278 71279 71280

Imelda Margarita Nivillac-Sánchez Arlene Bitorina Deyanira A. Mensche-Solassa Jaime H. de Sola Luzayra Luciana Boutisma Roberto Regulo Josefa Egbert M. Figaroa Althea F. Anastatia Candice Melanie Henriquez

Estonia

Finland

188

70354 70355 70356

70353 70525 70794 70859 70869 71067 71255 71335

Karry Kukk Merit Wassenaar Heidi Kakko Urmas Jõgi Anneli Ohvril Ezio Doriguzzi Tiina Noot Helle X Meresmaa-Männisalu

70503 70510 70837 70850 70851 70852 70853 70854 70855 70856 70862 70864

Saara Liukkonen Jukka Petteri Vaijionpaa Thomas Peter Mikael Markusson Björn Wennström Sari Toivola Tony Ahlqvist Juha Hämäläinen Tira Saija Anneli Knuutila Osmo Soinio Kirsi Christina Ronnqvist Juho Himanen Anne Hanninen

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France

70865 70878 70879 70880 70881 70916 70917 70935 70961 71235

Timo Roiha Iiri Liisa Kyllikki Laurila Suvi Marjaana Nurme Jukka Tanhuanpaa Hannele Yliaho Tommi Luomajärvi Joni Öfverström Katja Karresuo-Siitonen Marjo Kuisma Jani Haarala

70388 70389 70390 70391 70392 70493 70494 70597 70598 70599

Nicolas LEFEVERE Guillaume FREI Valerie Anne-Marie AUGUSTE Patrick BLANES Christelle JOST Julie PLOUVIEZ Charles CHAPUIS Katelle Valeérie CATHELINEAU Sophie DEHAIS Nathalie Charlotte Christine Philippine ORY Anne-Lise PERI Didier LEFEVRE Sébastien MARQUANT Jacques Rebatel Patricia ALLOIN AUBANEL Karine Bœuf-Etesse Johann DUHOO Laure DUQUESNE François Hubert DURAND Carine Estelle GAILLARD David Edugle GBEDEMAH Sandrine JOUHANIQUE Marc LALOT Fabrice Philippe MURO Laure NOUGIER Alain PALACIOS Sebastien Lucien Hubert SCHWARTZ

70601 70602 70603 70604 71038 71039 71040 71041 71042 71043 71044 71045 71046 71047 71048 71049 71050 Germany

Ghana

70329 70431 70480 70489 70606 70656 70732 70733 70777 70820 70835 71187 71188 71189 71190 71224 71225 71312 71329 71330 71331

Philipp Paschen Franziska Haberland Daniel Schiffmann Dr. Joachim Reiff Renate Höpp Peter Lambert Gerd Ortner Tina Spangler Tobias Schuhmacher Michaela Kalteier Diana Stulgys Klaus Joachim Drese Wiebke Lindemann René Weidig Nicole Walz Hermann Falch Alexander Lang Christof Wirtz Oliver Klein Marcus Manz Mathias Steinbömer

70527 70528 70585 70929

A. Mannan J.M. Waru Patrick Mang Solomon Nii Afutu Quartey Abraham Nana Kow Aquaye

Guinea

Honduras

Hong Kong

Hungary

Iceland

India

70584 71172 71173

Souadou Balde Massihoudou BAGOUDOU-ASSIROU Aboubacar Mohamed KABA

70349 70479 70990 70991 70992 71076

Pedro Pineda Alvarado Reynaldo Geovanny Ekónomo Fúenez German Emilio Salgado Diaz Claudia Isabel Avila Ana Gloria Fúnes Manuel Jonathan Miranda Lazo

70883 70884 70885 70887 70888 70889 70890 70891 70892 70893 70894 71285 71286 71287

Wai Leung Cheung Kitty Wang Kim Ping Louis Lam Wai Tin Cynthia Lim Chun Man Benjamin Kong Maggie Chan Kin Yu Yeung Cynthia Wing Man Wong Wai Man Danny Tse John Ho Yin Yip Chung Ho Shing Leo Chi Kwong, Lam Jackson LEUNG Cammie CHAN

70919 70931 70932

Tamas Galambos Tibor Benke Lilla Toro

70546 70910

Helgi Ingólfur Guõmundsson Hanna Kristin Másdóttir

70610 70611 70612 70613 70614 70615 70616 70617 70618 70619 70620 70621 70622 70623 70624 70625 70626 70627 70628 70629 70630 70631 70632 70633 70634 70635 70636 70637 70651 70657 70675 70676

Milind Ganaba Desai Kamal Dinshchandra Dabawala Maya Patel Manish Bagadia Haridarshan Salike Parul Patel G R. Padmanapan Naishad Dalsukhbhai Desai Dr. Parimal Nandkishor Salvi Dr. Pratik Ramkumar Agarwal Yogesh Chandak Ashvin P Sudani Tenzing Paulrajan Sunil Devidas Neve Ratna Anupbhai Desai Sachin A Shah Arni Mallichety Govindaraj Mahendrakumar Kantilal Sonaiya Soundaranarayanan Govindarajan Dr. Jai Kukreja Arun S R Sivapiran Snn Ashokan Nair Chitra Kumar Amin Sudhir Paraswani Prasanna GN Wasudeo Chhatumal Jhamnani Narayana N. Ballya Krishnaprasaad Ottoor Sravan Kumar Madap Ajayya Kumar Bhaskaran Nair Aby Kurian


India Continued 70677 70678 70679 70688 70734 70781 71071 71072 71073 71292 71293 71294 71295 71296 71297 71298 71299 71300 71301 71302 71303 71304 71305 71306 71307 71308 71309 71310 71311 71313 71314 71315 71316 71317 71318 71319 71320 71321 71322 71323 71324 71325 71326 Indonesia

Ireland

Italy

Japan

Pgr Pillai Hans Augustine Andrews C. Joy A. Dinesh Suresh Ramarathnam Dr. Anuradha Manish Totey SM Palaniappan P. N. Prraveen Singh Sumesh Chandran Chetan Katyal Hemant Mansukhlal Kansara Raj Kumar Kacharla Jaychand Bafna Balram KS Sujatha Mudrady Venkaatesh D Harishchandra Amin Selvarajan Arun Prasad Rajesh Bohra Sasidharan B Shamsudeen J Sankaranarayanan Varatharajan Jayakumar Gnanasubbiah M Mariya Antony Babu Naakath Nanjiyil Kareem Sanu Kakkanat Dharman Aboobacker K K Jayadheer P Mariamma Varkey C Dr. Vinod Vettiyattil Manikandan K Rajesh Kumar T Venugopal Sivadas Shibu Mathew Varghese Sabu Scaria Ajith R Rajesh George Baiju Mathew Mathew Kottukulam C Bala Murugan Dr. Pathakota Munivasudeva Reddy Sheetaal Chetan Gandhi Rohit K Jain

70825 70826 71178

Suryo Bambang Sulisto Nasihin Muhammad Iqna Harry Warganegara Harun

70799 70875

Louise Walsh Norma Jane Duignan

70420 70421 70422

Giuseppe Cotroneo Rudy Paolo Collini Emanuele Colombo

70328 70351 70358 70398 70399 70401 70402 70481 70487 70488 70554 70652

Takae Amano Hajime Kobayashi Yukichi Tamakoshi Tsutomu Kawamoto Yoshie Hirakawa Hiroshi Harada Ken Tashiro Tomahisa Une Yasumichi Kurokawa Tadaaki Oda Keitaro Fujii Yuichi Hirahara

Korea

70653 70654 70655 70789 70790 70791 70792 70793 70800 70807 70821 70822 70823 70824 70838 70839 70900 70906 70922 70923 70937 70938 70939 70940 71014 71015 71016 71018 71021 71027 71028 71080 71081 71082 71214 71215 71216 71226 71232 71288 71289 71327 71328 71336

Emiko Hagimori Hidefumi Takano Takuji Ono Takashi Okuyama Tetsuo Tachiki Yukinori Kanatani Atsuhiro Kageyama Yoichiro Akiyama Naoki Ikawa Noriyuki Imaizumi Goichi Funabashi Yuichiro Yasu Hajime Sasaki Takaharu “Hal” Matsuura Kenji Katayama Minoru Takezaqa Kosuke Obata Kazuya Urata Koji Nakajima Kei Kuremoto Ichiro Kokura Issei Kamitani Tetsijorp Asano Takahito Tanaka Yasuhito suzuki Masateru Fujii Daisuke Miyamoto Toshihiro Mishima Makiko Harada Tsuyoshi Ohno Tetsuya Obinata Takaaki Tanaka Norifumi Tomita Yutaka Takahashi Kazutomo Tsurui Yukari Sano Teruyuki Isonishi Kohji Kataoka Yoshio Fujita Masataka Mark Murakami Shinya Tonami Kazuki Sato Ryuju Tokuhara Nobuhiro Ishikawa

70404 70405 70406 70408 70409 70410 70411 70444 70445 70446 70447 70448 70449 70450 70451 70452 70453 70454 70455 70456 70457 70458 70459 70460 70461 70462

Hun Ki Hong Jin Ho Jung Dae Sik Kim Soon Pyo Park You Jung Lee Chae Yeong Seo Jae Choon Lee Dong Hyuk Yang Cheol Yong Kim Tae Wan Kim Jeong Hyeob Yoo Yang Su Kim Dong Gi Lee Cheol Ung Hong IL Seong Jeong Nam Ju Lee Heeong Soo Kim Dong Hyun Kim Yong Doo Kim Yu Kyun Noh IL Hwan Lee Jung Jin Park Ki Wan Bae\ Byung Taek An Man Ho Lee Hee Kyoung Jhe

Latvia

Lebanon

Lithuania

Macao

Madagascar

70463 70464 70465 70466 70467 70547 70548 70549 70550 70551 70552 70553 70782 70783 70784 70785 70786 70787 70788 70895 70896 70897 70898 0899 70901 70902 71191 71192 71193 71194 71195 71196 71197 71198 71199 71200 71201 71202 71203 71204

Young Seo Kim Seong Tai Myoeng Sung Hee Park Jung Bin Kim Myung Jin Park Young Hak An Yeong Dae Cho Ho Jin Kang Dong Moon Lee Jae Hong Lee Sang Kun Lee Jong Min Park Chung Ryul Moon Suk Jang Sang Jun Park Sang Kook Han Dong Ki Jung Sung Ryong Eo Tae Saeng Kang Seoung Won Youn Young Dae Kim Hyung Sin Kim Jang Bae Han Jeong Woo Chun Seong Pak Hong Min Sun Park Dae Pil Ju Sang Hwan Choi Jung Ju Choi Kang Jun Lee Chang Woo Kang Sang Hee Kim Cheol Jung Yeom Sung Ryoung Jung Kyoung Sub Lee Yong Nam Shin Sung Doo Kang Jung Chul Ko Kyung Nam Ko Byoung Teac Kim

70830 70834 70972

Silva Dolmane Ivars Racins Agate Ziverte

70966 70967

Nadyne Ghannoum Olga Safa Majzoub

70857 70858 70863

Žanas Gongapševas Renata Sadlauski Daris Narvilas

70541 70934

Ian Lam Siana Ng Hon Ming Leo Hung

70780 71277

Vola RANDRIANARISON Alice Vero Herimita Ralisoa

189


JCI Senators Malaysia

Maldives Mali

Malta Mauritius

Monaco

Mongolia

190

71091 71092 71093 71094 71095 71096 71097 71098 71099 71100 71101 71102 71103 71104 71105 71106 71161 71162 71163 71164 71165

Lim Chiat Yien Ong Bon Seng Ong Eng Tieu Clement Fong Kin Meng Tan Poh Ling Kim Wah Ban Poh Chen Ng Foong Ling Choo Lim Hooi Hooi Amy Tan Chet Mei Andrew Lue Leong Soon Alan Wong Weng Loen Eric Ooi Thean Ban Paul Liang Chee Wei Alex Ng Soon Heng Chin-Hock Khoo Lim Yit Joon Sherra Vui Len Wong Booi Ching Wong Ho Teck Wing Anthony Goh Leep Sean

Morocco Nepal

71066 Aminath Shaneez Saeed 70321 71174 71175 71176 71177 71333 71334 71346

Cheick Mohamed Lackdaf TRAORE Youssouf DIAWARA Thierno Saikou BA Bossobe MOUNKORO Sidi DAGNOKO Didi Kouakou Diallo Djola Fofana Aly Kone

Netherlands

70962 Marvin Cuschieri 70429 70430 70871

Eric Martial Mike Chan Tso Sye Ryad Mohammad Subratty

71281 71282 71283 71284

Alexandre TOMASINI Kevin Henry HIN-HIAN-CHEONG Emilie MAZZA Guy NERVO

70560 70563 70564 70568 70569 70570 70571 70572 70573 70574 70575 70576 70577 70578 70579 70580 70581 70735 70736 70911

Hulan Lhagvasuren Avirmed Delgersaikhan Mishig Sayan Byambadorj Battur Battulga Tumurdash Gantulga Dontor Amarsanaa Baljinnyam Lchagwajay Baatarjay Ogtorgui Lkhagvadorj Amraa Tsengemaa Enkhbold Luvsan Oyuntuya Dovdon Bold Narantungalag Narantsetseg Tserendorj Kherlenchimeg Dashnyam Yesun-Erdene Shugarjay Otgonbayar Jamts Shiituu Altanbagana Baasandorj Batzaya Nyamdavaa Odvog

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70912 71237 71238 71239 71240 71271

Gombojav Gerelkhuu Ariuntuya Bandi Batsukh Ganchuluun Oyungerel Banzai Togtokhbayar Tugsmandal Enkhtur Lkhagva

70543

Asmaa Benslimane

70319 70366 70495 70605 70665 70666 70667 70672 70705 71256 71257 71258 71259 71260 71290 71291

Ganesh Shrestha Mahesh Raj Dahal Krishna Prasad Dulal Bholeshwor Dulal Binod Gyawali Prakash Poudel Sudip Singh Adhikari Prakash Shrestha Ratna Kaji Shrestha Ram Chandra Baral Ghana Shyam Koirala Netra Prasad Chamlagain Lok Bahadur Adhikari Manish Lal Pradhan Amit Shrestha Vijay Rajkarnikar

70341 70343 70362 70393 70504 70540 70544

71234 71263

Michelle Schaper-DeJong Vanessa Pouwels Remco van der Kuijp Pieter Lit Heidrunn Zitzmann Andre Schoonhoven Johannes Petrus Vincentius Gerar dus Visser Huck Chuah Richard Vermeulen Fleur Duijvestijn Monique Hijdra Cornelis Willem Frederik (KEES) Veldhuizen Anita van Veen Hendra Satriasaputra José Elisabeth Hubertina RensenGiesen Harald Jos Ernens Eric Cox

70416 70417 70418 70419 70775

Abdel Razak TOURE SEYDOU Mariama Daouda COULIBALY Abdoul Aziz LARABOU Salifou Amadou MAYAKI Mohamed Nouroudine Assane

71083

Adebowale Abayomi OMOTOKUN BO Benjamin ONWUGHAI Babatunde OMOLE Sylernus Chijidke OKORIENTA James Adekunle FADAIRO Julius Iroanya MMEJIM Chris NWEKE Samuel Kolawole Oreddipe

70903 70914 70915 71001 71029 71230 71231 71233

Niger

Nigeria

71084 71086 71087 71088 71089 71090 71118

Norway

Pacific Pakistan Panama

Paraguay

Philippines

70918 70936 70958 70959

Bjoern Erik Vinje Audun Kristian Hoidal Camilla Glaestad Kleva Farooq Baig

70668

Edward Mendiola Calvo

70836

Dr. Bhawani Shankar Chowdhry

70731 70868

Iris Del C. Archibold Selma De León Yee

70342 70828 70829 70833 71000 71236

Fabio Roberto Gonzalez Bogado Ada Liz Rolon Flecha Martin Abraham Duarte Leite Mirna Elizabeth Rulli Martinez Roberto Elias Roberto Luis Cali

70414 70426 70439 70440 70441 70442 70484 70485 70511 70512 70513 70514 70515 70516 70517 70518 70561 70562 70565 70566 70567 70638 70639 70640 70641 70642 70643 70644 70645 70646

Ferdinand Patero Sudibo Franz Genevieve Lapaz Montenegro Maria Edeza Sandoval Torres Vanessa Micu Roncal Odessa De La Cruz Bernardo Carolynn Caballero Bacaltos Emmanuel Hernandez Mateo Remelie Ponio Mateo Ernesto Guazon Borja John Joseph Alvarez Bosquit Dino Ferdinand Ibanez Galido Jasper Po Huang Clovis Bano Racho Joselito Caliso Oasan James Tepoot Ng Jesus Te Wee Eng Jr. Hussin Ututalum Amin Rosemain Timbreza Abduraji Roderic Ataylar Dumas Salvador Capati Guingab Michael Moreno Tiaoqui Joel Magallanes Sabellano Jr Ace William Enerio Cerilles Ramon Mama Rodrigo Jr Geneo Sophine Chiong Dy Felberth Mayol Rendon Lauro Fulgueras Mendoza Roy Alicando Ababol Troy Bernardo Asugas Anthony Frederick Serban Padayhag Domingo Tecson Redelosa IV Mario Herrera Cerilles John Rainier Evangelista Barbaza Anton George Fetalvero Sheker Dolette Cuevas Banzon Emma Bularon Tan Aileen Abao Parojinog Gean Tulang Cesar Michael Casiño Abonitalla Helen Grace Paye Uy Magi Caroline Ann Tabil Mendoza Rommel Lagutan Verecio Eileen Nazareno Ballesteros Yul Reas Ballesteros Christopher Domagtoy Galpa Melandres Granado De Sagun

70647 70648 70649 70650 70658 70659 70660 70661 70662 70663 70664 70669 70670 70671 70680 70681


Philippines Continued 70682 70683 70684 70685 70686 70687 70689 70690 70691 70692 70693 70694 70695 70696 70697 70698 70699 70701 70702 70703 70704 70708 70709 70710 70711 70712 70713 70714 70715 70716 70717 70718 70719 70720 70721 70722 70723 70724 70725 70726 70727 70728 70729 70774 70811 70812 70813 70814 70815 70816 70817 70818 70819 70827 70840 70841 70842 70843 70844 70845 70846 70847 70848 70849 71002 71003 71004 71005 71006 71007 71008

Rommel Sim Gerodias Kerby Javier Salazar Luis Alandy Ferrer Jose Jonathan Nobleza Ealdama Ramir Bongo Landas Aiza Manilyn Usi Miclat Arby Reyes Tarlengco Vincent Narvaez Lobrigo Gat-Ala Alicbusan Alatiit Ronald Ian Arambulo De Guzman Michael Joseph Chan Leung Carlo Loreto Petilla Neil Monasterio Camenforte Dennis Yu Ty Donnie Uy Young Fritz Mendoza Salazar Raymund Gerard Valencia Flor Cruz Antonio Paciano Jaro Paranas Rommel De Paz Capungcol Jonas Almayda Baile Leslie Rose Adolfo Torres Raul Esguerra Carranceja Henry Pajarillo King Jr Erwin Uy Libron Bernardo Nicolas Padilla Reyes Darwin Joromat Manubag Oliver Tan Ngo Rey Anthony Gaite Alejo Aldwin Dexter Obach Librado Julius Ignatius Barreto Uy Allan Padilla Jacob Glenn Carangan Villacin Geraldine Sabanal Nota Pacifico Militanta Maghari III Shannah Leigh Ikalina Octaviano Melencio Loyola De Sagun Jr Elizabeth Lopez Ang Elizabeth De La Cruz Katigbak William De Leon Cuison Robert Tubog Enriquez Melvin Valderosa Gapol Maria Carmel Geronimo Mabanag Ma. Evelyn Conty Zabat Jose Martin Arjona Salaveria Catherine Magtoto So Arnel Tran Calaguas Robert Wayne Y Bangsil Hilarion Ritche D. Nacpil Jean McTavish Mandap Avelaine Caugiran Nepomuceno Agnes Abuya Liwanag Glenn Go So Gabriel Tizon Sangil Del Reyes DeGuzman Josue Dayap Tesado Jr Antonio Nicolas Domingo Partoza III Renauld Navarrosa Candia Jeremiah Cervantes Braganza Michael Paul Palma Tan Robert Michael Nidea Razon Steve Laurence Mendoza Arquiza Florencio Salisi Perez Jr Noel Fernandez Dumdum Darwin Tinlo Santos Zosima Tiblani Cabrera Edgar Migrino Chatto Alfonso Rafols Damalerio II Jose Antonio Salera Veloso Placido Tan Te Muhibuddin Amil Ismail Nurmain Amilhussien Sahidjuan

Poland

Portugal Puerto Rico

Romania Scotland

Singapore

Sri Lanka

Suriname

71009 71010 71011 71012 71013 71019 71020 71022 71023 71024 71063 71158 71159 71160 71166 71167 71168 71169 71170 71171 71212 71213 71246 71247 71248 71249 71250 71251 71252 71253 71254 71337 71338 71339 71340 71341 71343 71344 71345

Greggy Salvado Gatal Jose Oliver Bustamante Yu Gibyrlu Ma. Bilbao Lumayag Gilberto Ma. Rocha Lumayag Kenneth Delbert Lee Lim Cheryl Yap Tirol Dobald Borja Sevilla Reinerio Augusto Real Monserrat Nieto Conta Rohima Rias Sarra Mariano Luis Macasieb Verzosa, JR Rodney Kwan Laurel Aquilino Dela Llana Pimentel Daniel BaĂąas Villacorta Jefferson Plaza Kendrick Ngo Sy Jose M. Rojas II Joel John Ignacio Bautista Gabriel Pietro C. Valencia Geronimo L. Sy Franjieh Eon Angelo Chavez Tiu Ramiro T. Galanto Ruth Acurantes Dacudao-Amatong Maureen Babiera Caminse Mabel Ada Bibanco Pantanosas Snooky Parrel Puertas Sherly Paclar Quinal Ma. Cecilia Casino Rivera Maremil Jeanne Regis Tan Tiza Lyn Tayanes Valencia Bernardo Marquez Bolisay Christopher John Salazar Cabaral Ronan Roy Dela Cerna Bordios Gerardo Alcordo Beltran Antonio Yuri Yebes Yap Christopher Mendoza Cambra Diomedes Quijada Lapus Francisco Constantine Castro Yu Dennis Linaac Yap

70951 71037

Stefanie Klenemund Lukasz Kozak

71223

Rui Santos Clara

70943 70950 71085

Juanita Segarra Olivencia Yesenia Figueroa Ortega Edwin A. Cintro Santos

70425

Gabriel Comorasu

70831 71332

Maggie Georgopoulos Grace Burns

70473 70738 70805

Kenn Yeo Chee Meng Ho Graeme Clarence Seow

70806

Hajamohideen Mohammed Khalil-Ur-Rahman

70486

Gregory Tai-Apin

Sweden Switzerland

Syria

Taiwan

70908

Peter Pettersson

70330 70331 70501 70502 70506 70508 70524 70700 70706 70707 70920 70921 70952 71144 71145 71207 71220 71221 71270

Urs Tscholl Markus Hottinger Dominique Ayer Frank Federer Fernando Willisch CĂŠline Daellenbach Michael Berger Pietro Vicari Philippe Ayer Bernhard Emch Pascal Yves Schwartz Daniel Peter Leuzinger Natasha Kunz Patrick Jaeggi Thierry Chevalley Silvia Huerlimann Peter Hinder Roman Lehmann Claude Mauron

70395 70396 70397 70964 70965

Haya Hisham Wali Rashed Rami Al Tabshi Chadi Jean Charchafji Manal Al Masri Alaa Al Azem

70325 70739 70741 70742 70743 70744 70745 70746 70747 70748 70749 70750 70751 70752 70753 70754 70755 70756 70757 70758 70759 70760 70761 70762 70763 70764 70765 70766 70767 70768 70769 70770 70771 70772 70773 70886 71120 71121 71122 71123

Chien Hui Huang Chung-Hsien Wu Tien-Hsiang Wu Chih-Cheng Chang Yung-Neng Ho Gui-Long Wu Nan-Duan Lai Hsu-Chin Shih Zhong-Tian Huang Sheng-Wu Zhuang Ming-Lin Yang Po Ching Tsseng Hui-Hung Kuo Lun-Hao Lucas Kuo Zhe-Ming Ye Chih Yao Cheng Tien-Yu Wang Kuei-Pin Lien I-Chao Huang Yu-Hsueh Chang Hsin-Tien Hsu Wen-Pin Chen Yu-Sheng Kung Yu-Tseng Lin Hui-Ling Chen Ming-Huang Shen Ya-Ling Yang Wan-Ling Hung Shu-Yuan Lee Hsiu-Jung Chen Kuo-Tsan Wang Yi-Yu Chang Hou-Gin Chiu Sheng-Shyong Yang Chun-Chzh Chen Ting Lih Sheila Chen Chai, Chin-Sung Chen, Fu-Ming Liu, Chung-Kan Lin, Ching-Shih

191


JCI Senators Taiwan Continued 71124 71125 71126 71127 71128 71129 71130 71131 71132 71133 71134 71135 71136 71137 Thailand Togo

Tunisia

Turkey

Ukraine

70322

Pravess Sa-nguanjai

70394 70740 70776 70948 71267 71268 71269

Jean Marie Korri Tessi Deladem SODATONOU Tritokna Daniel KPANDIKA Ernest Komlanvi Temanou Foly Palmer KOUMONDJI Landry Semedo KETEKRE Latevi Kafu-Ata LAWSON

70360 71138 71139 71149 71150 71151 71152 71153 71154 71155 71156 71157

Walid Hassine Mohamed Ouattara Adnene Hamza Makrem Turki Nabil Chelly Haifa Ben Abdallah Lassad Chelly Meher Chaouech Enis Tritar Elyes Bouraoui Mohamed Rochdi Kechida Lorato Precious Taku

70363 70808 70809 70955 70968 71272 71273 71274 71275 71276

Ela Burcu Ucel Mustafa Ulu kay Ayse Sener Coskun Fatma Nuray Atsan Necla Oyku Iyigun Serhan Kombos Ozan Kayacan Burak Ba el Siddika Gizem Alicli Bastas Bülent Doruker

71035

George Alex Zvirid

United Kingdom 70323 70324 70432 70475 70882 70941 70960 71227 71228 71229 70866 70867

192

Weng, Mei-Chiu Lee, Chun-Hsien Chu, Chih-Pin Chang, Wen-Hsun Lin, Chien-Nan Chen, Chang-Chun Chen, Min-Chin Huang, Ming-Ching Yen, Maggie Lin, Yuh-Shan Lin, Han-Tsong Hsu, Deng-Hung Wu, Wen-Tsai Sun Jih-Hui

Allison Cowell Marco van den Heuvel Arlene Hutchinson Louise Swanson Philip Terence Cavalier-Lumley Mark Warner Andrew Morton Paul Thwaite Lorna Bainbridge Julia Goodfellow-Smith Tina Strack Solveig Askim Caroline Malvik

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Uruguay USA

70904

Victor Omar Machin

70345 70930 70383 70478 70492 70523 70607 70536 70909 70993 70994 71068 71069 71070 71241 71242 70326 70327 71182 70804 71026 70318 70386 70555 70608 71117 70344 70364 70365 70545 70583 70802 70803 70949 71017 70370 70556 70557 70558 70995 70996 70999 71025 70361 70381 70385 70407 70496 70507 70509 70913 71244 71245 70352 70872 70873 70350 70400 70877 70582 71030 71183 70371 70372 70373 70374 70375 70376

Stacey Null USA-AR Joe Mcfadden USA-AR Jeffrey Chavez USA-CA Carrie Spencer USA-CA Karen Gillerman Spiegel USA-CA Claudia Sheridan USA-CA Kelly Schelling USA-CA Amy Elissa Allen USA-CO Scott Le Baron USA-CO Kelly Osterling USA-CT Traci Wood USA-CT Timothy Callahan USA-CT Nancy Gimbel USA-CT Sara Schmidt USA-CT Joseph Pompei USA-CT Kimberly Nordquist USA-CT Chris Bell USA-DE Steve Bufflap USA-DE Bianca Maria Deal USA-FL James K. Miyake USA-HI Harrison Alonso USA-HI Tammy Welbes USA-IA Lisa Heisel USA-IA Vicki Wallis USA-IA Troy Delano USA-IA Joanne Schwab USA-IA Tanya Haubner USA-IL Lynne Stasiak USA-IL Jennifer Jakel USA-IL Debbi White USA-IL Chaffee-Thanh Nguyen USA-IL Kristin Schmidt USA-IL Joanna S. Colletti USA-IL Shane Hill USA-IL Kathleen L Crick USA-IL Dawn Renee Zigler USA-IN Ron Grooms USA-IN Grant Morton USA-IN Jamie Dobson USA-IN Jeffrey Little USA-IN Brad Mohler USA-IN Tracey Faith Greenbaum USA-MD Elizabeth Ray USA-MD Michelle Pierce USA-MI Lisa Dunville USA-MI Stefanie Layher USA-MI William Richard Rummel USA-MI Janet R. Gibson USA-MI Thomas Joseph Couglin USA-MI Doreen Arwood USA-MI Karen Hillegonds USA-MI Kendra Smyth USA-MI Michael Kandah USA-MI Tony Dean Wancl USA-MN Ellen Marie Johnson USA-MN Bruce Allan Johnson USA-MN Karen Gridley USA-MO Paul Gerard Byrne USA-MO Elaine Litchfield USA-MO Janet Cohenour USA-MT Christy Owens USA-MT Misty Miner USA-MT Cheryl Lynn Carlson USA-NC Melanie Coble USA-NC Robert Deal USA-NC Trina Deal USA-NC Jordan Lawrence Googe USA-NC Maria Lynn Hicks-Few USA-NC

70377

West Indies

Zimbabwe

70378 70379 70380 70382 70469 70535 70600 70490 70491 70590 70876 70428 70973 70427 70801 70974 70347 70359 70384 70412 70413 70521 70497 70498 70522 70609 70346 70348 70907 70985 70986 70987 70988 71243

Zahid Mohammedi Kothari USA-NC Jennifer Lee Simms USA-NC Cindy Kay Strope USA-NC James Strope USA-NC Carmen Staffer Miller USA-NC Kirsten Parker USA-NE Melissa A. George USA-NY Laura Zimberg USA-NY Pamela J. Cyngier USA-OH Michele Tomer USA-OH Melissa K. Schnipke USA-OH Heather Austin Perry USA-OH John Frederick Doty USA-OR Donna Deos USA-OR John “Duke” Guzzetti USA-PA Wesley Carver USA-SC Carey M. Sarka USA-SC Elisa Sand USA-SD Viki Crichton USA-SD Klinton Finley USA-SD Shannon G. Parton USA-TN Tony Mosier USA-TN Art Roper USA-TN Michael Paul Dietz USA-TX Jaime Chambron USA-TX Judy Cornutt USA-TX Brian Lochte USA-TX Kay Faries USA-VA Patricia Ann Ferrett USA-VA Ruth Nefflen USA-VA Vanesssa Kinsley USA-VA Chuck Nelson USA-VA Sharon Showalter USA-VA Phillip “Lanny” Barber USA-VA Bob Konrad USA-WI

70332 70333 70334 70337 70338 70339 70367 70368 70476 70975 70976 70977 70978 70979 70980 70981 70982

Kenrick Murray Claudius Theodore Millington Douglas Rose Ian P. A. Shoul Stephen B. Shoul Raymond G. Chaia Stanley Butcher James Telfer Joy Carol Brathwaite Cecil Desmond Andre Legendre Stephen Anthony McClashie Joanne A. Ferguson Margaret West-Weston Paul E. Lara Richard Demming Launa Rose Christopher Anthony Hagley

70482 71217 71218 71222

Shingai Rukwata Ndoro James Chitenga Herbert Chingono Victor Marawu


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About this Book Since the founding of JCI in 1915, its members have been conducting projects in their communities to improve the lives of others and provide leadership through active citizenship. In 2011, nearly 200,000 JCI members in more than 5,000 communities across more than 100 nations continued this rich tradition of service by taking responsibility for the future of their own hometowns. A key to the success of JCI as an international organization of individuals dedicated to providing positive change is the worldwide network. Through this, members share their experiences and best practices to help inspire other members to take similar action in their own communities in order to create a powerful, global impact. In this book, JCI National Organizations have submitted their own projects demonstrating their commitment to providing solutions to issues relevant to their communities. JCI hopes that, as you explore the various efforts of JCI members to create positive change, you too will find the inspiration to take action and join our one global team as we continue to build a better world together. For more information on JCI including news, events and even more JCI member projects, please visit www.jci.cc.

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2011 JCI Annual Report  

2011 JCI Annual Report

2011 JCI Annual Report  

2011 JCI Annual Report

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