After a rigorous one week apprenticeship based vocational training in sewing and beads making, 52 low income and vulnerable women from communities across the East Gonja district of Savannah region graduated successfully.

Presenting certificates, graduation parcels and start-up kits to the beneficiaries, Mr. Richard Broni, Municipal Chief Executive of the East Gonja district, congratulated the participants and advised them to put into practice the skills they have received through the training.

Programs Manager for Food for All Africa, Mr. Ibrahim Shehu Babangida reiterated Food for All Africa’s commitment in creating efficient and sustainable means of healthy nutrition for communities through advocacy, food recovery and redistribution in co-operation with credible and potential partners in all sectors.

“Food for All Africa offers all year round feeding programs to over 100,000 beneficiaries and vocational training to at-risk youth across Ghana.

Major programs include Daily Hot meals for Homeless, Monthly food box/food bag distribution to vulnerable and incapable of working, Lunch Box School Feeding program, Food Recovery, Vocational training and job recommendation for unskilled youth.”

He expressed his organizations profound gratitude to partners such as Mothers Alliance Network-BusiMoms , Food Banking Regional Network, مبادرات محمد بن راشد العالمية – Mohammed bin Rashid Global Initiatives, Wipe-Away Foundation and East Gonja Municipal Assembly for making it possible for a successful training and indicated their willingness to keep up with the beneficiaries on their progress.


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