Igbo Community Association of Nigeria, DFW (ICAN) is an association which brings together persons and groups of persons who are Igbo by birth, marriage, naturalization or adoption, within a Metroplex or geographical area. Our purpose is to promote and maintain Igbo heritage while enhancing a smooth cultural infusion in recognition of other cultures. Membership is open to all Igbo organizations in the geographical area as defined in our constitution.
The women and family affairs committee was created by the ICAN president, engr. Festus okonkwo.
Purpose of the committee:
-Promote better women, better family initiative among all women within the parochial organizations in the metroplex.
-Serve in ICAN committees to represent Igbo women's voice on global issues in ICAN and promote the welfare of women, family and children of Igbo ethnic groups in Dallas/fort
-Serve as a clearing house for coordination and awareness of programs/services to promote and meet the needs of homeless children, widows and the less privileged
-Coordinate with WIC WFAC to conduct studies or fact findings/develop recommendations for constructive action in all
areas of interest to women and families
-Promote unity, love and peace in advancement for sustainable Igbo race.
Criteria for admission into WFAC committee:
-Servant leadership skills
-Passion to serve
-Commitment and dedication to assignment
-Objective opinion on issues.
-Peace and love for one and all
Madam susan Egwuagu (Committee Chair)
Pastor Ifey Agukoronye
Mrs. Comfort Anyiam
Ms. Mary Chibundu
Mrs. Obiamaka Ude (Lolo Idikacho)
Mrs. Rose Ukwu
Chief Lois Obiyo
Mrs. Theresa Ndukwe
Mrs. Eucharia Odo
Ms. Ezioma Anosike
Madam Susan Egwuagu