With the holidays and 2017 behind us, it’s a great time to look back at this past eventful year. Together we have rekindled the flame of Oroko USA and I’m immensely proud of the work that we have been doing to make Oroko USA a force for good, which can make a difference on issues that affect the lives of our people at home and abroad.
It’s been a year of amazing developments across the board. We’ve made important decisions like acquiring a 501 (c) 3 status for Oroko USA. This achievement is a credit to our members who are constantly seeking innovative ways of fundraising for Oroko USA projects and initiatives. We are in the process of making bold commitment to provide some basic amenities like portable water and agricultural opportunities to Oroko villages that need it the most. I’m also thrilled to announce that Oroko USA is “considering” a joint medical mission with an NGO to deliver medical supplies to all Oroko villages. Although the final decision is yet to be made, it’s a cause we can all be proud to support.
Most people back home will never know how hard you are working and the sacrifices you make for Oroko, but they will appreciate the effort from the moment they get clean drinking water, or supplies for their cocoa and coffee farms, or drugs for their illnesses.
The knowledge that you’ve done something great for someone else is a powerful reward-one which I hope, you feel during this holiday season and throughout 2018. There’s nothing else quite like it.
Enjoy this time with your friends and loved ones. I could not be more excited about what’s in store for Oroko USA this 2018, and for the opportunity to work with all of you as we continue to write the next chapter of Oroko USA history. I extend my thankful wishes and my appreciation to my executive for their sacrifices and hard work. And to my Oroko family I hope Santa brought for you success and joy, health and happiness wrapped in love… to make this year the most special for you….
I wish you all and your families, a wonderful and prosperous New Year 2018.
Dr. Clementine E Nanje