DEPARTMENT OF MISSIONS AND DEVELOPMENT UNDER THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH SIERRA LEONE ANNUAL CONFERENCE HAS FORMALLY OPENED THREE DAY TRAINING PROJECT

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Department of Missions and Development under the United Methodist Church Sierra Leone Annual Conference has formally opened three day training for all project lead nationwide that are leading the implementation of the Community Empowerment for Livelihood and Development CELAD Project. The aim of the training is to give the skills that participants should use to adequately manage their finances and the projects in their various communities.
Participants are also going to share their experiences about the past projects.
The Director of the Department of Mission and Development, Smart Senesie said, the United Methodist Church has both the spiritual aspect and development aspect. The people they are training according to him are part of the development driven project which has everybody on board.
He pointed that, the Community Empowerment for Livelihood and Development Project has built toilets, schools, Agricultural processing centers and supporting Agricultural projects. He informed the participants that, they are getting the training so that those who did not try in the implementation of their project will learn from those who did well in the implementation of their projects.
The United Methodist Conference Secretary, Rev. Dr. Edwin Momoh told the people that, they have to work together to ensure they achieve their goals. He encouraged them to see each problem as a challenge in the implementation of their projects and solve them together.
The Board Chairman, Missions and Development, Dr. Victor Massaquoi says, the CELAD project has brought everybody together irrespective of their religion, ethnic and political background. He urged the participants that, they should ensure that every project they implement should benefit the communities they are implementing them.
The CELAD Project coordinator, Louisa Kamanda says, she would continue to work with the project leaders in all the communities until they properly implement all projects that will benefit the communities they are operating in.

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