The Higher Institute of Accounting and Business Administration (ISCAE) hosted Thursday in the late afternoon an end-of-training ceremony on business creation.
On Thursday, 40 young people from the Obock, Tadjourah and Dikhil regions received their end-of-training certificates on entrepreneurship. This learning session, which began three days earlier, is part of the Local Youth Empowerment and Integration of Young Refugees Project.
The Secretary of State for Social Affairs, Mouna Osman Aden, the Special Representative of the International Organization for Migration, Lalini Veerassamy, and the Director of ISCAE, Choukri Abdillahi Mohamed, and the trainers took part in the meeting. closing ceremony.
The objective of this training, funded by the Kingdom of Belgium through IOM, is to prepare these young people for possible income-generating activities that will benefit from additional support in capacity building in areas such as catering. , maintenance of school equipment, plumbing and electricity.
On the strength of these achievements, these young people will now be able to create their own businesses and thus emerge from the throes of unemployment.