A local parish in Believers Eastern Church Diocese of Kathmandu has commenced the free vocational training of another batch of women at a remote village in Chitwan district, Nepal.
The tailoring center was inaugurated on 19 July 2019 through the initiative of the local church priest and members of the parish with the objective of creating employment opportunities for disadvantaged women by providing training in tailoring skills. Since its inception many unskilled and underprivileged women from the community have been trained and made adept and skillful at tailoring and become economically independent.
On 4 January 2022, free training for the 4th batch of students was started. A total of 15 women from in and around the village have been recruited for the training.
During the opening program, the Diocesan women’s fellowship leader encouraged the new trainees to complete the tailoring training successfully and provided scissors and measuring tapes to each of them.
Shanta Gurung, a new trainee said, “I thank Believers Eastern Church for providing this great privilege to poor and unemployed women in society. I am so happy and thankful to you for giving me this opportunity to enroll in this training course.”
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