NAkDef presents working tools worth GHc80,000 to host communities


Newmont Akyem Development Foundation(NAkDeF) has presented specialised working tools worth GHS80,000 to 57 beneficiaries from its host communities under the Akyem Soft Skills and Sustainability Training (ASSIST) Programme.

The items are to be used in trade areas, including sewing/tailoring, hairdressing, carpentry, masonry, aluminium fabrication, welding, auto electronics, tiling, motorbike mechanics, radio and electronics, plumbing, auto mechanics, beauty and makeup, catering, and shoe making.

The ASSIST Programme was developed to provide entrepreneurial and employable skills to members of our Akyem Mine’s host communities who may not have benefited from the mainstream education system.

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