The Home Land
The Uniting Rythem
Upon This Mountain
The Land, The People and the Heritage
Celebrating 20 years of NAMCA
Since its incoporation in 2001, NAMCA’s
Mission has remained to facilitate connections to Masaaba
culture, mobilize change agents to improve people’s lives and provide
leadership and advocacy on issues of concern in communities we serve
I cannot say how much I appreciate you all who attended this first
NAMCA past leaders meeting. It is a phenomenon moment for me. I
understand some of you have very busy schedules and we will ask that you
RSVP should there be items to vote on as required
by the constitution.
This meeting was all worth the 1 hour of productivity and shows how
you all participated in leading and growing this organization at
different stages of its life. Please read on for yourself.
Determine activities for
- Plan A: On-site meeting in New York
- Plan B: Virtual meeting
each leader will bring to the table in terms of their leadership period
(documentation, pictures, videos, projects, key players, challenges and
- Database of Bamasaaba. Each region has a number of
Bamasaaba on WhatsApp or group Email. Request leaders to share for
- What small project can be done for visibility and a rethink of the ERC as a flagship project?
- What culture, language activities to plan for?.
- Please pick one or more items and let us know what help you need.
Discussed at this point but to bear in mind. What budget will we be
looking at? Where will the money come from? How will we raise the money?
To align with activities.
The vision of NAMCA is to promote Masaaba Language and Culture globally
and enhance people’s well-being in communities we serve.
PROJECTS: Done and yet to be done
Let's change lives
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