Sep 25, 2008, 4:38 AM
The Kombo East Youth and Children Development Association (KEYCDA) on Sunday embarked on a massive clean-up exercise in the
The clean-up exercise is part of KEYCDA's 2008 forum resolution, which has been adopted in
The exercise mainly targets public places like markets, schools and taps.
Speaking at the event, Sally Fofana, the Assistant Coordinator of KEYCDA commended the residents of Kuloro for the massive turnout.
A clean environment, she said, has the potential of improving the health conditions of human being. He said the exercise has gain momentum over the past months as, according to her, many villages have benefited from the in initiative.
Fafona told the gathering that it is their social responsibility as young people to keep the district clean and free from hazardous environment.
Dembo Kuyateh, Information, Education and Communication of KEYCDA called on the people of Kuloro to unite in the interest of development. KEYCDA, he said, is there to work towards the development of the district.
Fama Barry, the Chairperson of Kuloro Village Development Committee commended KEYCDA for their foresight. She urged them to redouble their efforts in order to successfully attain their set goals.
She promised young people of her committee’s unreserved commitment to nurture the cordial relationship for the interest of the community.
Lamin Darboe, Youth and Child Officer of Kaira Nyining Federation, said, KEYCDA's main target is to unite the whole of Kombo East under one umbrella of sustainable socio-economic development.
This, she said, can be attained if the young people who are the future leaders are ready to take up the responsibilities. Darboe commended the people of Kuloro for the massive turnout, and promised them of fruitful relationship.