Sponsorship for some refugees living in Arua District, is helping them regain hope through attaining the non-formal practical skill training as one way to restore their lost hope.
Students who are pursuing practical skill training in mechanics from St. Joseph Technical School Ediofe say the training will help them in various ways.
Brother John Bosco Adule an instructor at St Joseph Vocational training school Ediofe points out that they empower the students with life skills information so that it could help them in socializing.
Luka Nyadri the Director of Studies St Joseph Vocational training school Ediofe stresses that they have cultivated a good relationship between the refugees in the school and the host student community.
Mr. Aguta Rayond the Livelihood and Gender field Officer Caritas Arua handed over Scholastic Materials to aidlearning.70% of the beneficiaries of the scholastic material are the refugees and 30% the host community.
This is the second time Caritas Arua is sponsoring the refugees. Over 320 refugees has benefited from the program in various vocational skill learning centers in West Nile. End