Kakata: A group under the banner Dr. Smith Care initiative in collaboration with the Lula Dream on 16 July graduated over Seventy Students from Various Skills Training program in Kakata City, Margibi County.
The two months program which cover different disciplines including, Soap making,Peace building among others was sponsored by a representative hopefor of district three, Margibi County, Dr. John Sulonta Smith Jr.
Speaking at the occasion, the Chief Executive Officer of Dr. Smith Care initiative Dr. John Sulonta Smith expressed delight over the Successful Completions of the two months Skills Training program stating that Skills training Programs are ways of empowering citizens particularly those who didn’t acquired formal education.
Dr. Smith however disclosed that all is now set for the extension of the program to nearly every part of district#3 and beyond.
At the same time, he admonished the graduates to make use of the skills and knowledge acquired in order to make a difference in their respective Communities.
For his part, the Former Vice president of the Federation of Liberian Youths (FLY) Mr. Jacob Flomo appreciated Dr. Smith Care initiative and the Lula Dream for their numerous support towards the people of district#3 Margibi County.
He meanwhile used the occasion to encourage the graduates to remain focus and put into practice what they have learned.
He at the same time called on the government of Liberia to support the graduates and the institution in making sure that their dreams come true adding that the program will help Citizens become independent if extended to every Community within the District and Margibi County at large.
The graduates however lauded Dr. Smith and the Dr Smith Care initiative for the support and knowledge they have acquired, something they said will live with them for the rest of their lives.
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