Tie and Dye testimonials 2019 VOUCHER FOR TRAINING(VFT) PROJECT

Tie and Dye testimonials 2019 VOUCHER FOR TRAINING(VFT) PROJECT

2019 VOUCHER FOR TRAINING(VFT) PROJECT
1.Tie and Dye testimonials


Ayan Sabriye

She is 21 years old and first born of a family of eight siblings. She stays with her parents who are jobless her The Family live in an IDP camp located in Dalxiska in Farjano village of Kismayo town. As the drought began biting most households with nothing to spend on food, the available food in the market price tends to be. She luckily happened to be among the selected beneficiaries to the project in January this year.
“I am very much grateful; I have gained a lot from the project. The project had really inspired me and gave me a motivational spirit while I was committed in getting access to the skill” said Ayan. She further explained that she can now develop her own livelihood and life style their family. It feels incredible when your hard work pays,” said Ayan. She also explained how she appreciative to WFP and INTERSOM for the constant family food vouchers for supporting family livelihood. Today Ayan Sabriye can work as a full time Tie and Dye maker.

2.Buscuit and Halwa testimonials


Deqa Bare Alas

 

She is 17 years old and third born in a family of ten siblings. She stays with her parents who are old enough to work her The Family live in an IDP camp located in Marina in Fanoole village of Kismayo town. As the drought began biting most households with nothing to spend on food, the available food in the market price tends to be. She luckily happened to be among the selected beneficiaries to the project in January this year.


“I am very much appreciative in my selection. I categorically appreciate the local village administration of Fanoole for giving me an opportunity to learn biscuit and xalwa skills in order to be self reliant and help my family especially my parents who are old enough to work; “said Deqa. She further explained that she can now develop her own livelihood and income stream for their family. It feels incredible when your hard work pays,” said Ayan.
She also explained how she is appreciative to WFP and INTERSOM for the constant family food vouchers for supporting family livelihood. Today Deqa can work as a full time Xalwa and Biscuit Baker.

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