JCI World Congress 2013 – 4 NOV 2013

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JCI Cyprus President Mr. Andreas Christophides at the JCI WC 2013

JCI Cyprus President Mr. Andreas Christophides at the JCI WC 2013

 

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JCI Cyprus at the JCI WC 2013 Trade Show with Zivania and Coumandaria

 

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2013 JCI Cyprus National President Mr. Andreas Christophides

2013 JCI Cyprus National President Mr. Andreas Christophides

 

Photo Galleries: 29 May 2013 – OPENING CEREMONY29 May 2013 – WELCOME PARTY30 May 2013 – MORNING SHOW30 May 2013 – JCI ADMIN30 May 2013 – GENERAL ASSEMBLY30 May 2013 – DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE UN MONDE EN MOUVEMENT30 May 2013 – EUROPEAN NIGHT31 May 2013 – WORLD PUBLIC SPEAKING COMPETITION31 May 2013 – BEYOND PROJECT MANAGEMENT31 May 2013 – GET PASSION INTO ACTION31 May 2013 – MALTA NIGHT1 June 2013 – SUSTAINABLE LEADERSHIP ENG1 June 2013 – THINK FUTURE KEYNOTE & AWARDS CEREMONY1 June 2013 – AWARDS AND CLOSING CEREMONY1 June 2013 – GALA DINNER

 

JCI Service Boat (Bateau service)

JCI Lemesos supports the JCI France project Bateau service.

INTRODUCTION:

The SERVICE BOAT program was first implemented by the French Local Chapter JCI Menton Roquebrune Cap Martin on the French Riviera. Since then the SERVICE BOAT program has expanded in the Mediterranean, becoming a JCI Community Project in many countries in the Mediterranean Sea area.

 

 

 

 

 

 

This project originated due to several reasons:

YACHTS

  1. Places in the Mediterranean ports are not in sufficient number for all the yachtsmen to enjoy the services from the port.
  2. Thus yachtsmen choose to remain outside ports.
  3. This deprives them of the services offered by the port (electricity, water etc.).
  4. This does not give them access to stores necessary for everyday consumption.
  5. This way of living on board causes pollution in the sea.

TOURISM at Sea

  1. Tourists rent all kinds of sea equipment (jets, boats, sea petal boats etc.)
  2. Sea is polluted by cans, bottles, paper (newspapers, magazines), plastic etc.

TOURISM on the Beaches

  1. In unorganized beaches that trash bins are not available all kinds of garbage finds its way into the sea.

The mission of the SERVICE BOAT is:

  • To collect floating garbage and garbage from the boats, tourists in the sea etc.
  • To organize the distribution of trash bags.
  • To explain recycling. – A flyer explaining recycling and the protection of the environment, to be distributed in order to create respect for the ecosystem.

Simultaneously, the Service Boat provides yachtsmen with simple services like offering them water, newspapers & magazines, biodegradable bags.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The benefit for the community:

Visual impact – This program contributes to the preservation of the landscape and to clean beaches.

Economic impact – The cleaning can represent an amount of several hundreds of thousands of euros for the community and thus for the taxpayer.

Biological – This program aims at preserving the marine life of the littorals. It may avoid the disappearance of some species of fish or aquatic plants from the sea.

Nautical activities – The SERVICE BOAT is also a guarantee of prosperity for other nautical activities: it facilitates comfortable fishing, swimming and sailing and thus guarantees high-standard, quality tourism.

More widely, the SERVICE BOAT contributes to arouse ecological responsibility among the yachtsmen, tourists and locals through an information campaign relayed all summer long.

 

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Keep the Mediterranean Litter Free – Greek (pdf)

Keep the Mediterranean Litter Free – English (pdf)

Keep the Mediterranean Litter Free – French (pdf)

Keep the Mediterranean Litter Free – Arabic (pdf)

WWF Website on the Mediterranean

 

JCI Cyprus at JCI European Conference 2009

JCI European Conference 2009 - Budapest, Hungary
 

 Highlights from the Conference

(External links via YouTube.com)

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JCI Cyprus President 2009 Mr. George Vouvakos
JCI Cyprus President 2009 Mr. George Vouvakos
From the Cyprus Delegation at the Opening Ceremony
From the Cyprus Delegation at the Opening Ceremony
(Andreas Christophides, Alexander Stamatiou, Andreas Lambrou, Mary Stephanidou)
JCI Cyprus delegation with JCI World President 2009 Mr. JUN SUP SHINJCI Cyprus delegation with JCI World President 2009 Mr. JUN SUP SHIN during JCI Hungary Party
JCI Trainer
Mr. Alexander Stamatiou & Mrs. Mary Stephanidou graduate from JCI Trainer
JCI PresenterMr. Andreas Christophides and Mr. Andreas Lambrou graduate from JCI Presenter
JCI AchieceMr. Alexander Stamatiou and Mrs. Mary Stephanidou graduate from JCI Achieve
JCI AdminMr. Alexander Stamatiou, Mr. Andreas Christophides and Mr. Andreas Lambrou graduate from JCI Admin
JCI Cyprus delegation at the Gala DinnerMr. Andreas Christophides, Mrs. Mary Stephanidou, Mr. Alexander Stamatiou, Mrs. Vasia Vouvakou, JCI Cyprus President 2009  Mr. George Vouvakos, JCI Cyprus Senator Mrs. Maria Karsera, JCI Cyprus Senator Mr. Antonis Karseras and Mr. Andreas Lambrou at the Gala Dinner and Closing Ceremony (left to right)