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Northern Red Sea region: Youths who received education in remote areas making due contribution at the workplace

Youths who received schools education in remote areas and equipped with various skills are making due contribution in the workplace, according to reports from the Northern Red Sea region.
Massawa, 19 December 2011 – Youths who received schools education in remote areas and equipped with various skills are making due contribution in the workplace, according to reports from the Northern Red Sea region.

Mr. Idris Osman and Ms. Amna Osman, currently working as Nurse Assistants at Himbol health center Adobha sub-zone, expressed satisfaction with their work performance.

Similarly, Amna Saleh presently working as teacher at Beyan School in with Nacfa sub-zone said that she was able to complete studies the encouragement of her parents, and that she has become a good example for other female students to continue education. 

Mr. Arafat Osman, a teacher in Emahmime Elementary and Junior School, expressed appreciation to the Government for providing free education, and that he has become an aspiration for parents and children in the area. ‘

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