Anas Houssein Ali, beneficiary of the youth entrepreneurship training project (FORJE)
Aged 21, this young Assajog, after his vocational baccalaureate option Hot and Cold, has been unemployed for quite a long time.
For a few months, he has just received training as part of the youth entrepreneurship training project.
Ali-Sabieh, yesterday, he received from the hands of the Director General of ADDS, Mahdi Mohamed Djama, his certificate of training in entrepreneurship.
As a reminder, with regard to this project entitled FORJE, the Government in collaboration with the World Bank and the financial support of the Government of Japan will implement a pilot project which aims to improve access to practical skills. and entrepreneurial training and access to finance, for at least 3,000 low- and medium-skilled young people and women living in poor communities in Djibouti-ville, Arta, Tadjourah, and Ali Sabieh.
After completing this training, Anas plans to become her own boss and start her own air conditioner and refrigerator repair business.
Note that his training was provided by the Entrepreneurship Leadership Center (CLE), a structure dedicated to entrepreneurs as well as to project leaders wishing to create their own business. And it had received financial support from the Djiboutian Agency for Social Development (ADDS).
Highly motivated and ambitious, the young man is eager to soon be able to sit a competition organized by ADDS to be able to benefit from funding of more than 600,000 frd which will allow him to set up his house of repair.
In his intervention during the launching ceremony of the national week of social action at the regional council of Ali-Sabieh, he did not fail to recognize the importance of all the state structures of the state dedicated to entrepreneurship training for unemployed young people. Then he thanked on behalf of all the young beneficiaries the officials of ADDS and CLE.