Anambra launches project ‘IMPACT’ for indigenes
Anambra State government has concluded plans to conduct a free training on human capital development in various economically viable skills and empowerment packages for its indigenes nationwide.
The training titled, project Impact, according to the Head of Mission in its Abuja Liaison office, Mrs. Edith Mike-Ejezie, who also serves as the coordinator of the trainings will be held at the conference rooms of the Anambra State Liaison Abuja Located in Asokoro and other partner venues in FCT for the Anambra Indigenes.
Ejezie reiterated that the program which is aimed at empowering the indigenes is in partnership with a goodwill partner, the Chief Executive Officer of Groundup Media, Derek Obasi, amongst other numerous trainers, agencies, Institutions.
“The Project Impact idea is to reach out to different International and Local agencies for a free training and empowerment packages as a goodwill gesture for the indigenes of the State, and a certificate of participation will be offered to indigenes on completion of the training”.
These free trainings are in the areas of Information Communication Technology (ICT), Agriculture, Education, Health, Entrepreneurship, International Business and Trade, Leadership programs, etc. amongst other areas that will impact on the lives of our citizens empowering them now and in the future.
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