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The Council Of Ewe Associations Of North America


A Non-Profit, Non-Political, Benevolent, Socio-Cultural Organization Of All Ewes  

 

CEANA

 
       
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Mission

 CEANA is a non-profit organization that provides advocacy and leadership towards the socioeconomic and cultural development of Eweland.

  1. Mission Priorities

  2. a) Facilitate a collaboration and networking among Ewes in North America (USA & Canada).

  3. b) Assist deprived communities through the construction of projects that target        poverty alleviation, e.g. school buildings, health facilities, and potable water facilities.

  4. c) The award of scholarships to deserving students to enhance their career development opportunities;

  5. d) The promotion of small-scale entrepreneurship in rural communities of Eweland.

  6. Core Values

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    Integrity: CEANA places honesty and civility at the center of all of its policies and operations.

    b) Excellence
    : CEANA provides support of the highest quality to its member associations.

    c) Leadership
    : CEANA promotes the development of dedicated community leaders and seeks to create opportunities for the youth to assume   leadership positions where necessary.

    d) Commitment
    : CEANA encourages dedication to its founding principles to achieve the development of Eweland.

    e) Connectedness
    : CEANA fosters a sense of community and responsiveness that supports the ability of its memberships to network locally, nationally, and internationally, to learn from each other, and to leverage their resources for the socioeconomic and cultural development of Eweland. 

 
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

THE COUNCIL OF EWE ASSOCIATIONS
OF NORTH AMERICA
P.O BOX 8436  
SILVER SPRING MD 20907  

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