In a bid to uplift the youth of Agona Asafo, Ishmael Odoom, the Assembly Member, has teamed up with the Give To Life Charity Organization to offer a three-day free skills training program. This initiative aims to equip young people with practical skills that can enhance their livelihoods and contribute to the development of their community.
The program, spearheaded by Gift To Life, encompasses a diverse range of skills including detergent making, pastry baking, fruit drink production, hair accessory crafting, satellite fixing, among others. Through hands-on training sessions, participants have the opportunity to learn and master these skills, paving the way for potential employment opportunities or even entrepreneurship ventures.
Miss Helena Kankam, the Public Relations Officer of Give To Life, expressed gratitude for the opportunity to collaborate with Ishmael Odoom and contribute to the empowerment of Agona Asafo’s youth. She highlighted the organization’s commitment to fostering sustainable development by investing in the skills and capacities of young people.
Appreciation was extended to key figures who supported the initiative, including Mrs. Dorcas Dadzie from Sweden, Miss Kate Asamoah from the USA, and others whose contributions were instrumental in making the program a reality. Their generosity and support have enabled Give To Life and Ishmael Odoom to make a meaningful impact in the lives of the youth in Agona Asafo.
Ishmael Odoom, known for his dedication to community development, expressed his joy and commitment to bringing more projects of this nature to his electoral area. He emphasized the importance of investing in youth empowerment as a catalyst for socio-economic progress and sustainable growth.
Through collaborative efforts between local leaders like Ishmael Odoom and organizations like Give To Life Charity, communities like Agona Asafo in Ghana can harness the potential of their youth population, creating opportunities for personal advancement and collective prosperity. This partnership serves as a testament to the power of grassroots initiatives in driving positive change and building resilient communities.
story: Ronnie Ato Paintsil