Youth@Work rolls out 2018 activities
Quoting the Solomon Star newspaper – 4 March 2018
“THE Youth@Work Programme has begun its activities for youths in Honiara.
“The programme has registered more than 200 youths for the first half of the year and begun holding refresher trainings for youth of past phases.
“Youth who recently registered with the programme also start their community services in their respective communities.
“Leader of the group of youth responsible for cleaning up the Mbokona clinic, Maesimae Junior, said they “are proud to help out in their community and very uplifting to learn elders in the communities approved of their services”.
“Youth with disabilities undergo literacy training aimed at increasing their level of literacy before undergoing job-ready trainings and basic business training in the coming months.
“Correspondingly, in partnership with UNDP (UN Women and UNPBF), registered youth from April Valley undergo a pre-accelerator innovation training that is designed to help youth identify social problems and business opportunities in their communities.
“The culmination of the trainings leads to youth coming up with innovative business ideas and who starting this week had begun start your own business (SYOB) training.”
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