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NDDC trains PWDs on skills acquisition in Edo

By Michael Egbejule, Benin City
01 May 2019   |   3:28 am
Persons Living With Disabilities (PWDs) in Edo State have benefited from Niger Delta Development Commission’s (NDDC) training and empowerment programme aimed at reducing poverty among physically challenged persons in the country.

Persons Living With Disabilities (PWDs) in Edo State have benefited from Niger Delta Development Commission’s (NDDC) training and empowerment programme aimed at reducing poverty among physically challenged persons in the country.

State Chairman of Joint National Assembly of Persons With Disabilities (JONAPWD), Henry Ebose commended the NDDC during the closing ceremony of the two weeks skills acquisition training for the physically challenged persons in Edo.

“For the past two weeks, we have learnt different skills that most of us did not know before now and we have gathered adequate knowledge to enable us earn a living. ”

“We commend the NDDC for the initiative aimed eradicating poverty among the physically challenged persons in Edo State,” Ebose said.Coordinator of the programme, Mrs. Theresa Patrison, said it was being organised by the NDDC in partnership with other Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) to empower people living with disabilities in the state.

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