Introductory Certificate Ceremony in English organized by the association Aado
As part of its urban poverty reduction program in the five regions of the country with the support of the African Development Bank, ADDS process today in an introduction to English certificate ceremony Aado organized by the association for 20 youth attended by the General Director of the ADDS, Mahdi Mohamed Djama, the President of the Association Mohamed Bouharan Malo, several members of the Obock region namely Hasna Houmed bilil Ali Chehem, Houmed Dini, President of the Institute Oxford Said Elmi Osman,
They are in addition to 139 young people from the region of Obock who benefited from short courses on various sectors such as sewing, crafts, allowed trucks, computers.
This training was organized by the association for the future and development of Obock was delivered to the institute Oxford, Djibouti city whose purpose is to promote the educational, cultural, sports and religious in the area of Obock launching and relaunching the activities of youth on developing the path to create optimism can breathe regional dynamism.
The project is to train our young people in their English provides itself with the means to learn and master the international language in order to participate in globalization and the great development of infrastructure project that is underway in the north.
The project targets young educated unemployed in the city of Obock. The project particularly targets these beneficiaries for several reasons to reintegrate integrating young people into the labor market and participation in the fight against youth poverty school.
The socioeconomic characteristics of the beneficiaries are the poorest educated young people in unemployment situation.
The main objective of these courses is on the one hand, enable young people to acquire the necessary qualifications to practice a trade or professional activity and the other, fight against unemployment, exclusion and poverty.
Financed by the African Development Bank for this program is part of the urban poverty reduction program in the five regions within the country.
The purpose of the intervention of the Bank is to increase the socio-economic development of the five chief towns of the regions. The project affects all the themes of the program and includes the following activities: i) capacity building ii) construction / rehabilitation of priority infrastructure in capitals.
The expected results are: i) long-term: the achievement of the millennium goals, ii) Medium term: reduce the gaps between regions and Djibouti City through improved access to urban services and quality Microfinance initiatives and a local funding mechanism available.