About 100 trainees have benefited from the "My Skill 3" project program, which is implemented by the Qomh Charity Association in cooperation with the United Nations Development Program.
The head of the Qamah Charitable Society, Ghaleb Bayram, confirmed in a statement to SANA reporter that the project aims to provide sustainable livelihoods for families and training in 7 professions in addition to computer skills, divided into 8 specialized training workshops, and after the completion of the project, the trainees will be integrated into the labor market.
A number of trainees explained that the project enabled them to acquire a profession that helps them financially and enables them to be active members of society. Abeer explained that she learns to maintain mobile phones because she loves this profession and to help her family financially, while the trainee learns how to properly design cars that he wants to develop himself with.
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