By Persis Musonda | Manager, Kaliyangile Vocational Training Centre
Briefing new prospective Trainees
It is a new year and we look forward to a new beginning! Covid-19 cases having dropped down, we are positive and determined for a fresh year of vocational training. Working in partnership with the Department of Social Welfare, we have been able to draw volunteers from the community to help us identify and recruit students from the local area. Several preparatory meetings have now been held with prospective incoming trainees.
Responding to the challenge of the damaged ablution block, HATW donations have meanwhile enabled the construction of two pit latrines and work is underway. A funding application has been submitted to rebuild the old block and we eagerly await news.
Together, we'll help build a better community! Thank you for all your help and encouragement.
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