Junior Chamber International (JCI), Rwanda chapter will, this year, encourage more youth to join their organization and benefit from the various opportunities they offer.
JCI is an international NGO that builds the capacity of the youth through training in entrepreneurship, leadership, fellowship and self responsibility.
The organisation’s Rwanda chapter has 200,000 members.
“There are great opportunities through which Rwandan youth can succeed if they become active members,” Lydie Hakizimana, the JCI Rwanda president, said, adding that they plan to form partnerships with local and international organizations to increase the JCI network.
Fabrice Shema Ngoga, the JCI international vice president said that as future leaders, youth have to profitably exploit every opportunity to transform their lives and make positive impact on the lives of others in their communities.