Beneficiary Welcoming Statement Speech

Duration:00 sec
Added:July 21 2022
Author:Charles Vincent Kaluwasha
The guest of honour – Nyimba District Commissioner Mr Paul Daka, his royal highness - chief Ndake, EDC board chairperson – Dr Lewis Jere, EDC – Chief Executive Officer - Mr Steward Makanse and his team, District Education Board Secretary – Mr Neboard Nkholomona, District Agricultural Coordinator – Mr Robby Msendo, District Cooperative Officer – Mr George C. Moonga, EDC – Nyimba District Programme Facilitator - Mr Mathews Banda, programme beneficiaries from various entrepreneurship clubs to be inducted today, all invited guests, our colleagues from the media, ladies and gentlemen. One of our sisters is the mother of His Royal Highness Chief Ishindi of The Lunda people in Zambezi East. I was transferred to the Chambishi Cobalt mine, which later was sold to a South African company called AVIMIN. I started finding some options for a brighter future for my family. After being able to move to New Zealand, I worked hard as a student and then as a full-time nurse while taking courses to get additional degrees climbed the ladder and sent money to my family, who stayed in Zambia. I have a huge amount to offer our combined organization. I am a skilled mentor at University of Wellington with a strong track record in entrepreneurship leadership and in leading initiatives to support and evolve the student/clients experience to meet the needs of a post-pandemic world. I share EDC commitment to ensuring that our high-quality research and teaching are relevant to and trusted by the communities we serve and that the organization play a key role in being a critic and conscience of society. I have a strong commitment to the principles of SMEs. I also have a track record of support and advocacy for the value of equity, diversity, and inclusion, which will be hugely valuable to EDC/CJI as we deliver on our commitment to being a global-civic organization with our human capital development at heart. My dream to reunite the family eventually came true. On 5 December 2005 my wife and four children joined me in New Zealand. My fellow Africans jokingly said, "Charles has brought a container of children" I worked hard to integrate them into New Zealand culture and school systems. My strong mindset, determination, hard work, willingness to gain more knowledge, and association with positive and successful people made this possible. I developed two investment units in Melbourne worth $1.4m and a Gold Coast townhouse worth $400,000. We are incredibly proud and happy to have you all as members of the EDC/CJ Investment Entrepreneurship development programme. You have shown the spirit of patriotism because this will help the government to implement its programme of human capacity development, diversification and growing the economy, creating jobs and wealth for its people. And Ultimately reducing poverty as articulated in the National vision 2030 and the 8th national development plan, as already stated by the guest of honour. I encourage you to remain steadfast and committed to the end of the 12-month pathway to enjoy all the programme benefits and ultimately own businesses. Your fellow group members and our district programme facilitator, including external visiting consultants, programme mentors and coaches, will be available to help you understand all entrepreneurship and small business management training contents. These virtues will enable you to successfully fulfil the programme's demands and enjoy the ultimate benefit of owning a company. These two will help you be recognized as a lifelong member of entrepreneurship and off to an excellent start to becoming company owners and job creators.
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