Training course on handicraft works was given to a total of 30 women in Massawa sub-zone with a view to improving their living standard.
Massawa, 11 June 2011 – Training course on handicraft works was given to a total of 30 women in Massawa sub-zone with a view to improving their living standard.
Speaking at the graduation ceremony, the head of social service at the NUEW branch in the Northern Red Sea region, Ms. Jim’a Raki, noted the significance of such training program in upgrading women’s lifestyle. She further indicated that the branch office, in collaboration with partners, is providing various training courses in the sub-zones of Foro, She’ib and Gelalo. A six-month long training on weaving is also being offered in Massawa sub-zone.
The head of the Union in Massawa sub-zone, Ms. Fatina Enati, on her part commended the participation and dedication of the trainees in the course.
Meanwhile, a total of 30 women in Ginda sub-zone received a two-month similar training. During the graduation ceremony, the Administrator of the sub-zone, Mr. Amna Haji, urged the trainees to make good use of the training in upgrading their living standard.