On December 30, the PFDJ branch office in the Northern Red Sea Region held a meeting to analyze activities for 2022 and map out programs for 2023. Reports on social, economic, organizational, and national development projects were presented during the meeting, which administrators, leaders of organizations, and civil servants attended.
The heads of Political Affairs and Organizational Affairs, Mr Ahmed Jaefer and Mr. Ahmed Abdulkadir, stated that admirable actions had been taken to build organisational capacity, contribute to growing the National Trust Fund, assist martyr families, and provide social science training.
Mr. Rezene Adonai, secretary of the PFDJ in the area, stated that organizing training programs for members and ensuring their participation in the national development drives are among the main activities for 2023, indicating that the admirable activities conducted will have a significant impact on the implementation of programs in 2023. Participants, for their part, engaged in a lengthy discussion about the studies presented and endorsed several proposals, including increased support for the National Trust Fund and locally based popular initiatives.
The region’s governor, Ms. Asmeret Abraha, urged increased participation in the implementation of projects for 2023, pointing out that the 2022 activities had been encouraging in light of the current circumstances and difficulties.
On December 30, the PFDJ branch office in the Northern Red Sea Region held a meeting to analyze activities for 2022 and map out programs for 2023.
During the meeting, administrators, leaders of organizations, and civil servants heard about projects to improve social, economic, organizational, and national development.
Ahmed Jaefer and Ahmed Abdulkadir, who are in charge of Political Affairs and Organizational Affairs, respectively, said that great steps had been taken to build organizational capacity, help grow the National Trust Fund, help the families of martyrs, and train people in social sciences.
Mr. Rezene Adonai, the secretary of the PFDJ in the area, said that one of the main goals for 2023 is to organize training programs for members and make sure they participate in national development drives. He also said that the excellent work done in 2022 would significantly affect how the programs are carried out in 2023.
Participants engaged in a lengthy discussion about the studies presented and supported several proposals, including increased support for the National Trust Fund and locally based popular initiatives.
Ms. Asmeret Abraha, the region governor, asked for more people to take part in putting projects into action in 2023. She said that the activities in 2022 were encouraging, given the current situation and problems.
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