Gnagna: 63 apprentices trained in trades receive their parchments

63 learners from the 1st and 2nd promotions of the Center for the Reception, Training and Education of Young Girls/Hope in God (CAFEJS/ED) in Bogandé, received their end of trades training parchments , this Saturday, May 2023, 27 in Bogandé, under the patronage of the Provincial Director in charge of preschool education of Gnagna, Salam Ouédraogo.

63 young girls and women, 19 from the first promotion and 44 from the second, trained in the trades, received their diplomas, which marks the end of their initiation to the trades at the Center for the reception, training and education of young girls / Hope in God of Bogandé.

They come from the provinces of Yagha, Komondjari and Gnagna.

The ceremony was patronized by the Provincial Director of Primary and Non-Formal Preschool Education of Gnagna, Salam Ouédraogo.

He congratulated and encouraged the founder of the center for her vision, her high sense of responsibility and solidarity in favor of women.

“This training has given you important assets for your professional life. In view of the competition, I invite you to work in order to earn the trust of the clientele,” he advised the winners.

The patron of the ceremony also called on all partners to consistently support the center in achieving the goals it has set.

"I remain fully available to accompany you for the influence of the center" he concluded.

For the founder of the Center for the Reception, Training and Education of Young Girls / Hope in God, Sibdou Douna / Ouoba, the ceremony aims to recognize the merit of the learners on the one hand and on the other hand to entrust them to the Lord for the success of their future projects.

The pressing needs of the center according to the founder are, among other things, the provision of learning materials, fencing, the construction of a water point and latrines.

The representative of the learners, Lankoande Banceri, on behalf of all her comrades, expressed their gratitude to the founder, the trainers, their parents and all the actors who accompanied them during their stay at the center.

“We promise to fight to not disappoint you,” she hammered.

To achieve this, co-sponsor Banhala Mano/Tankoano, gave them advice and urged them to be unconditional supporters of a job well done and to exercise their profession with passion.

Created on November 5, 2020, on the initiative of a pastor couple, the Training Center for Young Girls / Hope in God (CAFEJS / ED) in Bogandé welcomed 112 learners from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Source: Burkina Information Agency