A Non- Governmental Organization, Global Relations Foundation has outlined plans to expand its scope of activities in the new year.
The President of the inter- cultural organization, Jace Owie said in an interview with newsmen in Benin City that the new focus would centre on creating opportunities on global scale for young potentials, entrepreneurs and cultural ambassadors to enable them secure the partnership needed to achieve individual, societal and organizational growth and progress.
He said the organization plans to leverage on its existing working relationship with both local and foreign partners for a broader and more efficient service delivery in the areas of education, cultural exchanges, entrepreneurship and capacity development as well as community awareness/ sensitization programmes.
The organization, he said, had in the past interfaced with the German Government through its Foreign Office, Mayor of College Park(USA),;Mayor of Capitol Heights (USA),Unione Africana Italia (Europe), the Federal Ministry of Youths and Sports and the Edo State Ministry of Youths and Special Duties among others.
Owie disclosed that the GRF which is registered as a full trustee with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in Abuja, is deeply and passionately involved in cross- cultural exchange programmes, advocacy for vulnerable communities/ persons, building of international platforms for business, community, inter- Nation and cultural progress.