BY ELLISON VAHI
THE YWCA on Thursday ended their weeklong training with graduates receiving certificates of recognition for attending the training.
Speaking during the closing and issuing of the certificates to the participants, training facilitator Ms Yvonne stated that she is very grateful with the participants for their time and effort for making it, and hopes trainers are fully equipped and well facilitated as they will go out to their provinces and train their own people on how to address related issues affecting women and girls now a days.
Yvonne also stated that the programme is also comprehensive as it helps to assist Instructors in revision of both theory and practicals of the manual handling operative programme.
“It is an intensive and highly interactive course which will equip the instructor with the knowledge, skill and competence to effectively evaluate delivery of their manual handling training programme and enhance personal skills,” she said
Yvonne further added that, seeing the successful running of the programme has encourages the participants to go out and help their communities in addressing issues affecting especially girls under the age 14-29 on issues affecting them but have never have the chance to voice them out, as a key to their mission, the YWCA is helping at fighting strengthening the capacity of young Solomon Islands Women to influence change, promoting and inclusive healthy environment for women to reach their full potential, promoting the value of partnership and network and as well advocating for young women in decision makings.