THE YOUNG MEN CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION HAS PRESENTED A CHEQUE OF OVER ONE HUNDRED MILLION LEONES TO THIRTEEN VOCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

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The Young Men Christian Association has presented a cheque of over one hundred million Leones to thirteen vocational institutions as tuition fees for over one hundred students to engage in skills training programs.
The donation is part of a project title “Pull Slum Pan People Project” for slum communities, with the aim to build on the capacity of residents of slum communities
These young men and women are been supported by the YMCA’s Pull Slum pan people Project.
The project is designed to raise awareness on the damages of residing within Slum communities and also supporting the vulnerable with the basic social amenities to improve on their livelihoods.
Executive Director YMCA Christian Kamara said the tuition fees will cover their educational cost and hope that will be more committed to their studies and work had to pursue their academic goals.
Mr Kamara expressed the Association’s commitment in empowering young people to be useful in society.
Project Manager Pull Slum pan People Francis Reffell stated that that they have set up a consortium with working groups on the project implementation.
He said they are working within eight slum communities to transform young people’s life.
One of the Service Providers Aiah Hindolo Kpakiwa commended YMCA for the venture.

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