On January 13 we met with the President of JCI Catalonia (International Youth Chamber), Georgina Matamoros and with the President of JCI Terres de l’Ebre, Joan Marc Margalef with the aim of sharing projects and establishing ways of collaboration.
The embryo of JCI, the Civic and Progressive Youth Association (YMPCA) was formed on October 13, 1915. They help young people between 18 and 40 years old who want to improve essential skills for their future. They do this by creating actions that generate a positive impact on cities. In this way, its members can lead projects and create a powerful network for tomorrow.
From this perspective and its international projection, with offices in more than 150 countries, we think we can create a very important dissemination network for our foundation, establishing collaborations for the dissemination of retinoblastoma symptoms.
Once the collaboration agreement was formalized, we started working and establishing proposals that can help both entities. In fact, on February 10 we will attend the JCI Terres de l’Ebre dinner.