Monday, 19 September 2016

RABBI unveils 'Refacing Aba Project'

Real Aba Breeds Initiative (RABBI) is an organisation of few concerned young men and women born and raised in Aba, Abia State, especially in the seventies and eighties, who though professionals in different fields of life, share same passion for total socio-economic re-organization of the town of their birth.

So thus came" RABBI" as a corporate body registered to spearhead their dream to restore Aba and redirect it to its glorious future via re-orientation of the people in the town, sensitization on waste management and need for behavioral change.

The major aim, is to carry every Aba person along to successfully re-face the social and enviromental face thereby raising its economic value to the people in the region and beyond. Proper waste management is one of the greatest challenges  Aba is facing and so every resident in Aba, has role to play in ensuring that there is adequate improvement in that area of life in the town, re-orientation and need for total behavioral change are the catalyst to spurn the much needed improvement in that social aspect of the town.

Re-facing Aba project comprises three major events on which the activities of "RABBI"will be hinged on for a start, the activities of the organization will expand as the first objectives are successfully realized. These includes, youth re-orientation/empowerement symposium, waste management confab and face of Aba Ambassador.

The symposium and confab will draw participation from cultural and religious leaders and leaders of socio-economic facets of Aba, including presidents of the markets, tricycle operators, transportation unions, secondary school prefects and others.

The face of Aba Ambassador (A beauty pageant with positive social drive) will be used as a point of attraction, constant reminder and an entertainment arm of the project with which to help drive our message home to the youths, and empower the winner and her team with enough information and resources to constantly create the awareness in town.

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