Byumba shoemaking school


The Byumba Diocesan Center to help young people learn a job has become a vocational school recognized at government level.
To integrate the three courses already operating for some years (hairdressing, cutting and sewing and basket making), we were asked to contribute to the creation of an annual shoemaking course.
Come Noi has decided to finance the laboratory for leather processing and the repair of footwear, handbags and belts, with the aim of allowing students to quickly achieve managerial and financial autonomy.
The project involves 25 young people (8 street children, 8 single mothers and 9 orphans) for a training period of approximately one year.

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