A total of 18 breadwinner women in Dekemhare city have received a one-year training in weaving and tailoring.
Dekemhare, 25 January 2014 – A total of 18 breadwinner women in Dekemhare city have received a one-year training in weaving and tailoring.Speaking at their graduation ceremony, Mother Tirhas Tadesse, Head of the Training Center, explained that the course was organized with a view to improving the livelihood of such women on the basis of equipping them with skill knowhow, and lauded the enthusiasm of the trainees. She also called on them to utilize the opportunity as a stepping stone to better income.
A representative of the trainees, indicated that the Training Center also involves morale-uplifting and cordial environment, and asserted that they would strive to fully support their families financially.
Among the trainees, Ms. Letebirhan Tewoldemedhin and Ms. Ogba Habtemariam expressed conviction that the training is vital as regards improving their livelihood, and called for the organizing of more similar trainings in the future.
Established in 1996, the Training Center in Dekemhare has been organizing courses on tailoring and knitting twice a year until the year 2011, while the current courses have witnessed progress in scope entailing domains such as cooking.