URI Welcomes 14 New Cooperation Circles and 1 New MCC in September

10 September 2015, 3:30 AM
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Mzuzu CC members express their unity after meeting at the home of one of the group

Please join us in welcoming the following groups to the URI family:

  • United For Peace Against Conflicts International - ONG-UFPACI (Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire-Ivory Coast, Africa)
  • Kasinje (Lilongwe, Malawi, Africa)
  • Mzuzu CC (Mzuzu, Malawi, Africa)
  • Nkhata Bay (Nkhata Bay, Malawi, Africa)
  • United For Action (Mzuzu, Malawi, Africa)
  • Youth Alliance in Social and Economic Development – YASED (Lilongwe, Malawi, Africa)
  • Science Poetry Bangladesh -SPB) (Dakha, Bangladesh, Asia)
  • Atman: the Samuhaa (Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India – North Zone, Asia)
  • The Reach Foundation CC (Islamabad, Pakistan, Asia)
  • Youth for the Future (Libya, Middle East and North Africa)
  •  Makers of Hope MOH (Libya, Middle East and North Africa)
  • We are some (Tevragh Zeina, Nouakchott, Mauritania, Middle East and North Africa)
  • Moroccan Youth Forum for cultural exchange and scientific research (Marrakech, Morocco, Middle East and North Africa)
  • World Organization for Reconciliation Link and Development (W.O.R.L.D) (Suva, Fiji, South East Asia & the Pacific) 

Our new Multiple Cooperation Circle gathers 13 CCs to strengthen the work of Indigenous Women in Latin America and the Caribbean 

 

  •  De Mujeres Indígenas del AbyaYala de la URI MCC, URI (Latin America & the Caribbean)

 

Cooperation Circles Involved

Mzuzu CC

"Our purpose is to promote community empowerment and development through engagement with youth, gender and health issues."

Kasinje CC

"Our purpose is to improve the safety of our environment and sanitation and to ensure there is full interfaith dialogue to overcome conflicts."

The Reach Foundation CC

“Our purpose is to empower and promote interfaith harmony among different women as well as abolish the unfair treatment of a person and explore the natural feelings of love, peace, harmony and brotherhood through workshops and seminars.”