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Youth trained in different skills

165 youth in the town of Ginda that were attending training in different skills from 3 to 7 months graduated on 5 April.

Massawa, 06 April 2016- 165 youth in the town of Ginda that were attending training in different skills from 3 to 7 months graduated on 5 April. 96 of the graduates are female.

The training includes steel and wood work, basic computer and graphics as well as first aid and others.

The chairman of the NUEYS, Mr. Saleh Ahmedin called on the youth to prudently use the opportunities they have been provided and apply their skills for improving their livelihoods and the development of the country.

The representative of the trainees commending the opportunity they were provided and expressed readiness to live up to expectations in reinforcing their participation in the national development programs and influencing their peers in their area.

In another development, the chairman of the NUEYS conducted one day seminar to the youth in Ginda.

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