National Forum (NAFO-Kuwait) democratically and unanimously re-constituted its Ladies Wing during ‘Kudumbasangamam’, conducted on 17 February, at the Indian Community School auditorium, Amman branch. This organizational task was successfully executed with the initiative of Out-gone LWCC and under the guidance of NAFO Advisory Board.
A large number of NAFO family members attended and witnessed this event. Around 17 ladies voluntarily offered to serve as members of the new Ladies Wing Coordination Committee, with a new tenure of three years.
Smt. Jayalakshmi Promod was elected as the Chief Coordinator, Smt. Sreekala Dileep as Vice-Coordinator, Giji Unnikrishnan, Smt. Sreela Raviprasad, Smt. Sreevidya Dileepkumar, Smt. Sreeranjini Ajay, Smt. Reshma Subodh, Dr. Asha N. Menon, Smt. Shyama Nandakumar, Smt. Aruna Rajagopal, Smt. Sreelatha Sreejayan, Smt. Bindu Bipin, Smt. Smriti Vinayan, Smt. Sunanda Rajeev, Smt. Sheeba Shaiju, Smt. Beena Venugopal and Smt. Darsana Jayadevan were elected as coordinators to the NAFO LWCC.
Outgoing Ladies Wing Committee chief co-ordinator Smt. Smitha Sashikumar presented a detailed activity report and were widely appreciated for their commendable contributions during the past three year tenure, and also for the initiatives taken for the smooth re-constitution of the new committee.
Chief Coordinator, Smt. Jayalakshmi Promod, while assuming the responsibility mentioned that the new ladies wing in accordance with the set policies of NAFO would perform its duties with a new outlook through unique ideas and contribute the maximum towards the socio-cultural activities of NAFO. It was mentioned that a meeting of the new ladies wing will soon be convened in order to plan programs mainly to revitalize NAFO Gurukulam so as to educate and empower children with India’s traditional culture, civilization, philosophical values and social principles.
NAFO Kuwait is a non profit, non political socio-welfare organization, registered with the Indian Embassy in Kuwait (INDEMB/KWT/ASSN/94) serving the Indian Community in Kuwait and back in India for the last thirteen years.