The latest intake of students has started on the sewing and literacy course we run. 30 women spend three months learning useful skills and this time they are being joined by four Pakistani refugees. We hope they all do very well.
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We are deighted to announce that the Cyrene course now has a tailoring shop. Graduates of the sewing and literacy course that we run will work in the shop giving them an opportunity to earn an income, build their confidence and learn about retail. We pray that the shop will be a huge success.
Read More The Cyrene Course has a Shop
The latest class attending the Cyrene sewing and literacy class has just graduated. They attended a graduation ceremony and were presented with certificates marking their achievement. The course was funded by Women Without Roofs and helps the women attending it to establish their own micro-sewing businesses from home.
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Whilst in Kathmandu Renee & Terry also had the opportunity to visit the Cyrene Sewing project that we support. Visiting the Cyrene sewing project is a delight and a joy. On the whole, the ladies are quite young, very enthusiastic and quick to learn. The teacher has excellent sewing skills. The ladies learn how to measure, […]
Read More Renee writes about Cyrene
Greetings from Nepal. First of all in Cyrene, it is fine. In Cyrene training March 23rd we had graduation ceremony for both the basic and advanced training courses where in all there were 42 trainees. Our new sessions will start from march 30th so please pray for this. this is all because WWR support and help. It has helped […]
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