Bamyan / Monday, 15 September 2015
67 Afghan beneficiaries finished vocational educational training courses of Help INGO in Bamyan in a ceremony yesterday and received toolkits.
All of them were returnees and destitute families. A certificate co-signed by Help and Bamyan Department of Labor and Social Affairs presented to these beneficiaries upon successful completion of their training.
The abovementioned toolkits are handed out to anyone who finished the 6 month training cycle successfully. Content of the toolkit corresponds with the vocation each beneficiary has learned.
Help has started its activity in Bamyan in 2012 and vocations such as food-processing, felt making, barak, hairdressing (for women), wiring and mechanic are being offered to the bens in Help’s TVET center.
Source: Help Media & Culture Department