Kasese: Save the Children Boosts Vocational Studies


page geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>The equipment which includes sewing machines, carpentry and joinery tool kits, motorcycle complete tool kits, hairdryers, among others was given out by Save the Children through Youth Empowerment Project.

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Speaking at the function, the Project Manager for Youth Empowerment Mr. Ismail Banduga; said that Save the Children is anon-governmental organisation that has put into practice basic education and vocational trainings to both formal and non-formal youth in various parts of the country.

St. Joseph Technical Kasanga was on Tuesday celebrating its 27th graduation ceremony with 87 male and female graduands in various courses, hair dressing, Motor vehicle driving and mechanics, electrical installation, among the rest.

Officiating at the function, the Kasese district Chairperson Lt. Col. Mawa Muhido, challenged both in school and out of school students and young mothers to impress vocational skills if they are to fight poverty.

Col. Mawa requested the youth to put into use the skills and start-up capital given to them by save the children and quickly cautioned them against mishandling of business.

Meanwhile, the Deputy RDC Kasese, Aminadabu Muhindo, asked the youth to avoid job waiting and encouraged them to unite if they are to

RDC also cautioned the youth from being misled by their fellows who corn to give them jobs abroad.

Aminadabu challenged that it is through job seeking that most of youth have ended up joining bad groups that politically disturbs the country and cautioned against dubious acts like taking drug abuses and being involved into sexual desires something he said its risk to their lives adding, that if adhered are likely to acquire HIV-AIDS.


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