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Youth trained in different disciplines express resolve to work hard to improve their livelihood

Youths from the Central region trained in different disciplines have expressed resolve to practically develop their skill and work hard to improve their livelihood.

Asmara, 20 July 2013- Youths from the Central region trained in different disciplines have expressed resolve to practically develop their skill and work hard to improve their livelihood.

The graduates include 51 trained in tailoring and 51 others in hair dressing for four months.

Ms. Senait Beyene, Ms. Nur-Aini Kiar and Ms. Yodit Michael who have been trained in hair dressing expressed readiness to develop their skill through practice and improve their livelihood.

Likewise, Ms. Yirgalem Tsegai, Mr. Jemal Berhane and Ms. Aster Mesfun, who have been trained in tailoring at the St. Hanna Tailoring School, on their part commended the opportunity they were provided and expressed readiness to transfer their knowledge to others.

Sister Brkti Woldeyesus, head of St. Hanna Tailoring School, explained that training women is crating opportunity for income generating, and called on trainees to constantly develop their skill and improve their livelihood.

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