Hargeisa King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has concluded courses about livelihood support for women and youth in Somaliland, as part of a project to enhance the integrated protection of women and children affected by displacement in Jubaland and Somaliland.
KSrelief Director in Africa, Yousef Al-Rahma stated that a number of trainees, young men and women, had graduated from courses in computer, plumbing, electricity, sewing and incense manufacturing.
Graduation certificates were also distributed to the trainees and they were provided with the necessary equipment and devices to enable them to practice the professions they learned during the courses, to support livelihoods and be a source of income for them and their families.
This comes within the framework of the humanitarian and relief projects being presented by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by the Center, to the brotherly Somali people and its support in various fields.
Source: Saudi Press Agency