This period was marked with expansion of JDPC to more parishes with the organization having more visibility in the media and in the society. More funded projects came in – Voice to the People (V2P) Project funded by DFID/ UK Aid, CADOMICS 1 funded by the Archbishop of Onitsha, CADOMICS 2 funded by Princess Stella Oduah Foundation, Innovative Traditional Cookstove supported by Sun24/CCFN and powered by Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Initiative (CCMAI), Emergency Response funded by STARTFUND/ Christian Aid during 2018 flood disaster and Evidence and Collaboration for Inclusive Development (ECID) project. JDPC partnered with Omasi-uno Catholic Community to cultivate 23.5 hectare of Maize. For Youth empowerment JDPC established Oluchkwu Automobile Mechanic Workshop, Tricycle (Keke) empowerment and Cado Farm Initiative
Empowering rural women, giving voices to the marginalized, capacity building of communities/stakeholders, partnering with state and national levels organizations, right education and advocating for use of data for development, bursary for the OVCs and humanitarian interventions were prominent in this period. This glorious period saw the development of JDPC Manual, expanded personnel policy, documentation of various policies, review of thematic units and strategic plan.