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1100 WOMEN BENEFICIARIES CURRENTLY ONDERGOING VOCATIONAL TRAINING.

Elizabeth jack-Rich aid foundation, a Non-Governmental Organization with mission to alleviate poverty in Africa especially Nigeria. Has kicked started training of one thousand one hundred women in several vocations.

Correspondent Emmanuel report that the training is to help alleviate poverty among Nigeria women while distinguishing themselves in various capacities.

The program was launched days ago with 500 women benefiting in FCT Abuja in fulfilment of the Elizabeth jack-Rich aid foundation’s assertion that “when you train a woman, you train a family”.

The excitement of 600 women beneficiaries, across the 23 Local Government Areas in rivers state knew no bounds in the city of port Harcourt. As they join and commence training on life skills and crafts in various values in the ongoing two-week vocational/entrepreneurship training and empowerment program for 1100 women.

The ongoing vocational training and empowerment scheme for women was undertaken in collaboration with NNPC/ Belema oil joint venture & Belema aid foundation.

Belem oil’s managing director, Pedro Diaz observed that the training and starter pack were a tool to financial freedom while charging the women to leverage on the opportunity given to them.

In her passionate and caring nature, Dr Elizabeth Jack-Rich who has since risen up to the challenge of touching life and putting smiles in the faces of indigent women and youths through self-funding programs told journalists that awards await the three best participants in the training. She urges participants to take the exercise seriously while assuring that more persons will be trained in the next phase of the programme next year.

Founder of Elizabeth Jack-Rich Aid foundation attended the epoch-making event accompanied by Dr Caroline Pritheesh, a philanthropist and managing director of Elin group limited, Comedian Ayo Makum popularly known as A.Y, actor Uchemba William among others all of whom expressed delight over the initiative and encouraged the women to be resilient, make good use of the opportunity and never ever give up.

The areas of training in the ongoing vocational training and empowerment scheme for women includes catering, makeup, fish farming, computer appreciation, hair dressing, tailoring among other things.

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Efecha Gold
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