Women processors of local products and women vendors as well as women restorers are not left behind, they also take the training in management and marketing initiated by the YOU Foundation. We went to meet some of them to know their opinion on this training:
The training of the artisans of Baraka continues until September 2017. This training is initiated by the YOU Foundation in Germany to empower these artisans of Baraka who do their work despite their lack of means. Classes are held Monday to Friday from 6 pm to 8 pm GMT at the primary school and at the IT Center.
The training of the craftsmen of Baraka started Monday, July 17 at the primary school of Baraka from 18 hours.
The courses will be held from Monday to Friday from 6 pm to 8 pm GMT on the demand of the artisans and according to their calendar.
The training of the craftsmen of Baraka began with a planning session with the teacher / trainer Mr Mohamed Diouf who will conduct the training in Baraka with two of his college professors of marketing and computer science.
Baraka recently got a computer training center and multiservice. The whole youth of the neighborhood was very excited about this project that was long awaited. Here are the remarks made by the president of GIE youth Baraka Amadou Korka Diallo.
At Baraka, although most young people are not graduates, it does not conflict with their courageous, dignified and workers. We went to meet some of the young electricians of Baraka. Ensuing you read the interview we had with them.
In connection with the restructuring of the Baraka city, we were taken as bloggers and we did a training of twenty-one days. We will show you the knowledge gained from our training, and tell you, what kind of stories you can expect from now on this blog.
After a few days of training in our blog, yesterday Katharina taught us the techniques to make successful pictures. We took a stroll through our quarter to practice. Look at the results!
It’s a true adventure. If someone had told me in the middle of November that I would be traveling to Africa not even three months later, I would have chuckled „yeah, right.“. If they had told me that, for the sake of a greater good, I would be teaching the art of blogging to three admirable young adults in Dakar, I would have laughed it off disbelievingly. But now, here I am. By order of Mrs. Ohoven’s You Foundation, I’m directly in the desolate neighborhood of Baraka, preparing Ousmane Ly, Aïssatou Sow, and Dieynaba Ba for their future as voice of their hometown. It’s truly a blessing to work with them.