Thirty (30) women, trained by Heritage Ghana Training Institute in Dress making as part of the Productive Inclusion (PI) Programme under the Ghana Employment & Social Protection Program, have graduated in August 2022. At a graduation ceremony held in Takoradi, the graduates who came from six (6) Districts and Municipalities in the Western and Western North Regions received Certificates of Completion. Various awards were also given to deserving graduates.
The Board Chairman of Heritage Ghana Foundation, Mr. Edward Howard entreated various stakeholders to support the fine initiative by Heritage Ghana to improve the skills base of the country which undoubtedly, is the panacea for our economic woes. He indicated that providing livelihood is HGTI’s strategy in killing vulnerability and helplessness which contribute to early marriages and indecent employment. He admonished the graduates not to allow the hard work and determination instilled in them to go waste when they go home.
In her Speech, Madam Henrietta Quansah, the Institute Manager admonished the graduates to keep improving in knowledge, skill and teamwork. She admonished parents, youths and even married ones to take advantage of the flexible and standardized training programmes at HGTI for gainful employment.