The All Children Charity International Foundation (ACCIF) in Kaduna State, said it has commenced training of 61 hearing impaired students of Government Technical College, Malali, Kaduna, on shoe-making and tailoring. The Coordinator of the training, Miss Victoria Matthew, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kaduna on Saturday that the training funded by TY Danjuma Foundation, was aimed at making the beneficiaries self-reliant. Nike Air Foamposite Womens Matthew said that the objective of the training was to empower persons with hearing impairment with relevant skills to enable them live a productive life. She said that of the figure, 34 were being trained on tailoring and 27 on shoe making. GS Air Jordan 10 Matthew said that the training which began in April 2017, would end by first week of December. Goedkope Nike Air Max 90 According to her, after leaving the school, we discover that most students with one form of disability or the other are left with nothing to do and with no opportunity to further their education. Maglie Cleveland Cavaliers But with the tailoring and shoe-making skills, they will have something to fall back on, to have sustainable income, be self reliant and contribute their quota in the development of their community,” she said. nike sklep She added that on completion of the training, the beneficiaries would be empowered with startup package. SCARPE DA RUNNING UOMO
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