Over 150 participants graduate from the BNTF summer programme

A call has been sent out to Dominicans to continue empowering themselves by taking advantage of the many opportunities being made available through educational and social programmes.

 

This call was made at a graduation ceremony at the Arawak House of Culture on Wednesday evening where over 150 participants received certification following a bBasic Needs Trust Fund-sponsored Adult Education Programme.

The training programmes which was divided into four zones around the island began on April 1st and came to a close in July of 2010.

 

Adult Education Officer Mrs Martha Andre said that Wednesday’s graduation is a true testimony of the strides that the Adult Education Division and the Basic Needs Trust Fund is making towards national and human resource development.

 

Parliamentary representative for the Roseau Central Constituency, Honorable Norris Prevost encouraged the graduates to remain honest, practicing good work ethics at all times.

 

The graduation ceremony also coincided with activities marking adult education month, celebrated from September 1st to 30th, under the theme, ‘working towards equality for all now and beyond 2010’.

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