jci.jpgThe Junior Chamber International (JCI) has come up with a strategy to engage government and the civic society in creating a positive change through coming up with projects that will transform and make an impact in people’s lives.

The Junior Chamber International, which has been engaged in a number of projects in the country but not making much of an impact, has resorted to engaging government and the civic society in making positive changes in communities.

Speaking at the end of a 3 day meeting that was attended by JCI members from Mauritius, South Africa and Botswana, JCI Africa and Middle East Development Councilor, Mr Samuel Moyo said they have come up with a framework for positive change which will see them engaging key partners.

“We will be implementing the framework by running a number of projects which will transform people’s lives,” he said.

JCI National Chairman, Mr Patson Mahachi said at the moment they are moving in line with the millennium development goal on eradicating malaria.

JCI is a global network of young citizens that seek to provide development opportunities that empower young people to create positive change.

JCI members are found in more than 115 countries across the globe.