Over 70 youth in Yambio trained on institutional development
By Gaaniko Samson
At least 78 youth from Yambio and Nzara Counties of Gbudue state had been trained on institutional and development skills under the theme “Youth can do their work effectively.”
The two-day training workshop was organized by Network of Civil Society for Human Rights.
Mr. Wanga Emmanuel, the Chairperson of Network of civil Society for Human Rights organization of greater Western Equatoria state said youth have higher chances to develop the country if they were united.
He appealed to the youth in the state to join hands together with the government to work for the development of the state.
“You should cooperate amongst yourselves and avoid the bad acts that can spoil your names,” Emmanuel said, urging them to be exemplary in their respective communities.
He urged state government to support the youth since they were agents of development.
Mr. Mabuu Robert, one of the participants appreciated the government and network for civil society for human right for recognizing youth as agents of the development.
He said he had learned leadership management and how to work as a team.
Mr. Mabuu called on the grassroots people to work hard to eliminate poverty and illiteracy from the country.