* More than 400 Thousand Birr Spent for the Training
Graduation ceremony is held at Metahara Sugar Factory on August 8, 2016 for 194 youth trained in cattle fattening, fishing as well as dairy products with the support given by Sugar Corporation. Among the graduates of the fifteen days training 84 of them were women.
Accordingly 164 of the youth were trained in cattle fattening, 16 in dairy products and the remaining 14 were trained in fishery, Public Relations Office of Metehara Sugar Factory has reported. The youth organized in 17 associations have saved more than 50 thousand birr, it was learnt.
Speaking at the graduation ceremony, Public Organization Team Leader of Sugar Corporation, Ato Gurja Berhe has said “Sugar Corporation has carried out several activities to ensure the benefits of the community around the various sugar projects and factories and this particular training in which more than 400 thousand Birr has been spent is part of the community support”. According to him, the Corporation continues to do similar activities for the benefit of the community.
He further went on saying “the key success is not completing the training session, it is rather the right role played by the graduates in the country`s economy”.
Acting General Manager of Matahara Sugar Factory, Ato Abdulaziz Yusuf on his part urged the graduates to become job creators and promised them the factory’s continuous support in whatever necessary.
Representatives of the graduates, Sisay Dady and Amina Boru expresses their gratitude to Sugar Corporation as well as Metahara Sugar Factory and promised to change themselves as well as contribute their own part to their country’s economic development endeavor applying the skill they acquired from the training.
Fentale District and Metahara Town Administrations promised to work for the fruitfulness of the graduating trainees.
Among the attendants of the graduation ceremony were officials of different ranks from Head Office of Sugar Corporation, Metahara Sugar Factory, Oromiya Region Technique and Vocation Commission, Fentale District and Metahara Town Administrations.
- Published: - Sep 23, 2016