Child Protection and Peer Learning Initiative rounded up training on Peace building,Advocacy and Skills Acquisition in Adamawa

Ten day training on peace building, advocacy and skills acquisition organized by non-governmental organization Child Protection and Peer Learning Initiative in Adamawa State, has come to its climax on Saturday.

Nas FM reporter, Mubarak Aliyu Sabo Yaro, reports that the training was participated by host communities in Malkohi of Yola South and Viniklang in Girei Local government areas including the internally displace persons, who were integrated to the communities were included in the training.

Executive Director of Child Protection and Peer Learning Initiative in Adamawa State Hajiya Ashraf Tukur, who said the training went on smoothly, equally urged the participants in the program to impact the knowledge they have acquired to their various communities.

On behalf of the beneficiaries of the program Sa’ad Amadu and Edna Christopher lauded the organization for the kind gesture promising to make judicious use of the knowledge they have acquired.


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