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"Kerala Pravasi Welfare Association (KPWA), Kuwait Chapter conducted its first General Body meeting and elected office bearers.”


Posted on : February 28, 2017, 1:56 pm

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KPWA (Kerala Pravasi Welfare Association ), an organization aiming to being global NRI Keralates (NRKs) under single umbrella regardless to political-religious-caste discrimination for the welfare of fellow NRKs has conducted it first general body gathering of its Kuwait Chapter at Hidine Hal, Abbassiya on 25th Feb, 2017. 300+ attendees actively involved and organized NORKA registration camp, formed the organization’s constitution and elected the new office bearers for the year 2017-18. Ad-hoc committee Secretary Sri. Reji Chirayath welcomed the attendees and  President Sri. Mubarack Kambrath addressed them explaining the long-term objectives and global and regional operation methodology. On his inauguration speech, Sri Babuji Bathery prompted that Despite a number of organizations for the expatriate Keralates, NRK community still lacks unity to fulfill their needs and community support back in Kerala due to alienation attitude towards being united. KPWA and its initiatives may success for the wellbeing of NRKs if the individuals and in whole strive to achieve the goals together. He urged that we will continue to move ahead in unity until victory. Committee recalled the contribution of Sri. Koshy Alexander , The vice-president of the Ad-hoc committee who had completed the tenure in Kuwait and returning back to Kerala. Mrs. Seenu Mathew, Anil ANAD, Ms. Susan Mathew offered felicitations. Mrs. Shobha Nair gave thanks speech and announced the discharge of Ad-hoc committee.

 

KPWA Kuwait Chapter unanimously  elected  prominent theater director, social activist and multilateral  personality Mr. Babuji Bathery as its Padron. The General Body meeting was held under the monitoring of the designated Patron, KPWA Constitution and Bylaw were accepted without amendments . It was widely accepted to move forward to link the organization globally by adding maximum Keralates across the globe.

 

Elected KPWA Kuwait Chapter office bearers : Mubarack Kambrath (President) , Reji Chirayath (Secretary), Anil Anad (Treasurer), Sebastian Vathukadan, Premson (Vide Presidents), Celin Francis (Joint Secretary), Rose Mary  (Joint Treasurer), Shobha Nair (Vanitha President), Ceinu Mathew (Vanitha Secretary), Susan Mathew (Office Secretary), Joy Augustine (NORKA Relations Convener), Rasheed Puthukkulangara, Ravi Pangode (Core Admin Representatives) m,  2 NORKA relations members,  5 Project Team members,   30 Area Coordinators were elected. The new committee took pledge that it is committed for the development of organization by reaching to entire NRKs in Kuwait and by building smooth relationship with entire NRK associations within Kuwait. It also took a challenging target to ensure that entire NRK expatriates gain NORKA cards within shortest possible time span,

 

KPWA has already in the way spreading its organizational wings within Kerala for Ex-Expatriates community and announced forthcoming gathering at Rainbow Auditorium, Kannur on 5th March, 2017. It has decided to coordinate 14 districts of Kerala in 3 zones and operate parallel to other country chapters.

 

The global organizational structure:

1. The Core Administration  Team,

2. The Committee of the Global office bearers,

3. The chapters in foreign  countries - and state committees of Kerala,

4. Provinces in foreign  countries - zonal committees in Kerala

5. Area Committees in foreign countries  / Panchayat committees in Kerala,

6. Parallel structure and coordination channel  for global- district members

 

Plan to bring expatriate Keralates together under one umbrella, for the rehabilitation projects, providing enterprises start-up suggestions and projects, to confirm the success of members' projects, make members aware of the Kerala government plans for expatriate welfare. Protect the new migrants from exploitation of the flaws in the unknown with to come in from the country are the core objectives of KPWA. The need of being together regardless to political-religious-regional-caste differences are always promoted and KPWA reminds and believes  that “Together we shall achieve anything which we lose being  parted”.

 

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