Over 150 Women Benefits Vocational Education & Empowerment program in Lower Margibi
About 150 Women in Lower Margibi particularly District #1 are currently benefiting a Vocational Education from the Jomah Samuels Care Foundation.
The initiative is sought at empowering women to be supportive of their family members and to entrust other women.
The takeoff of the Vocational Empowerment program fetched together members of three communities including the palm wine station, LAP Community, and Plumcal Town among others.
Speaking at the occasion Friday, August 19, 2022, Gender Director Jumah G. McGee said the skill training program will last for three months and be another face to enable the participation of more women in the process.
she persuaded participants and beneficiaries that after the first cycle, beneficiaries will be able to make Bread, Soap, and other important materials to benefit them and their families.
"Our program is very good and we aspire to improve the lives of women" She added.
Madam Tawah B. Greatness, chairlady of this cycle added that it's the of it kind search initiative to be established in Doemah's Town community since the founding of the community, she at the same time use the medium to thank Jomah B. Samuels Care Foundation
For establishing an empowerment program for women to learn and help themselves
"I want to say a big thank you to Jonah Samuels Care Foundation for bringing this program into our community, this is the first of its kind since our community was established" Greatness narrated.
The Jomah B. Samuels Care Foundation is a humanitarian organization operation in District #1 Margibi County.
The Foundation has over the years provided humanitarian assistance to individuals and organizations through Education, Health, Agriculture, and Empowerment among others.