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Empowerment of Sierra Leonean Youth through Vocational Skills Development

In a significant endeavor to address unemployment among the youth of Sierra Leone, Life Line Nehemiah projects is honored to announce the graduation of one hundred and twenty individuals proficient in diverse skills through its "Better Tumara Program."

This graduating class represents the latest influx of talent equipped with specialized technical and vocational capabilities, aiming to diminish the prevalent unemployment disparity among young individuals. Since its establishment in 2012, the Better Tumara Project, a flagship program under Life Line Nehemiah projects, has successfully graduated a total of one thousand nine hundred youths. Notably, fifty-three percent of these graduates have secured employment or pursued entrepreneurial ventures.

Recognizing the significance of holistic development, the project leadership has incorporated mentorship, career guidance, entrepreneurship training, and established partnerships with forty-five esteemed employers. Prince Tommy Williams, the Executive Director, leads this groundbreaking and impactful initiative.

During the graduation ceremony, the keynote speaker, Kadija Kamara, accentuated the pivotal role of technical and vocational training in preparing the workforce of today. Kamara exhorted the graduates to embody integrity, foster collaboration, and uphold accountability as they embark on their professional journeys.

Beyond vocational training, the Life Line Nehemiah projects extend their influential initiatives to encompass various sectors, including agriculture, women's empowerment, and the engaging "Two-Young Lives" program. This multifaceted approach underscores the organization's dedication to promoting holistic growth and sustainable opportunities for the Sierra Leonean community.

Life Line Nehemiah projects remain steadfast in empowering and uplifting the nation's youth toward a brighter future.


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