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JCI in Lattakia opens nomination for TOYP Competition 2021

The  Junior Chamber  international ( JCI) in Lattakia has  opened   the nomination for the  TOYP ( Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the world ) competition 2021 during an introductory session  held  at the headquarters of the Syrian Computer Society  ( SCS) . 

The Session  included a detailed explanation  about  the competition, its categories and nomination criteria, in addition to introducing the winners’ achievements of the TOYP competition 2020  at the national level. 

President of JCI in Lattakia Nour Dali indicated in a statement to SANA that  the aim of this competition is to highlight the creative Syrian youths’ remarkable cultural, scientific, personal or voluntary achievements.

 

On her part ,  Dalia Suleiman, Head  of the Board of Directors of  JCI  in Lattakia for the year 2021, said that the chamber opened the  nomination for the competition for Syrian youths according to a set of conditions  including that the age of the applicants which  should  be between 18-40 years in addition to realizing  an achievement in  the social or  developmental fields.

She underlined  that the  nominees’ achievements  also include initiatives to support children, world peace, human rights, leadership in volunteer and humanitarian work, as well as scientific or technical development and invention, indicating that the deadline for receiving candidacy applications is on  March the  15th .

She stressed  that  reaching a world level by   Syrian youths  and  honoring them on world platforms is firm evidence of the ability of  Syrian youths  to excel, give and produce.

It is noteworthy  to mention that the JCI - Syria was established in 2004 under the supervision of the International Chamber of Commerce and includes seven local chambers in Damascus, Tartous, Aleppo, Sweida, Homs and Wadi, in addition to Lattakia.

JCI Lattakia  was established in 2008 and currently includes 200 members.  It implements various projects within the four work ranges  including “Individuals, Society, Business and  International  Scope”.

 

Rawaa  Ghanam