?“Young and old work together at improving their lives at Embocraft Training Centre Trust. We strive to educate and empower the community.

 

July 2016 has proven to be yet another successful month at Embocraft Training Centre.

We are thrilled to welcome Eric Britz as our new welding trainer ..?Eric is confined to a wheelchair following a leg amptuation as a result of diabetes –

 

We have adjusted our welding training room to suit his needs and the first week has proven to be a great success.  ?

 

 

Our Libby Weir sewing course for the community of Kwa Ximba/Denge which is inland from Inchanga has once again been a great delight with young and old all graduating with flying colours.  Our sewing trainers Thandi and Goodness have once again enabled these 10 ladies to learn a new skill and provide them with the tools for success.  ?

pictured below are Libby Weir and her daugher of Australia (our funder) together with Goodness and Thandi of Embocraft Training Centre Trust

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Each graduate was given a hand sewing machine to take home and continue sewing in the hopes that they can become self sufficient and provide for their families.?

In true African style great dancing and celebration took place at Embocraft’s graduation ceremony on Thursday.

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here are a few scenes from the joyful day ?

 

Mpilo Nxumalo of Embocraft receiving his headress gift from the studentsThe

 

 

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The Young ones !!DSCN0084                                                                                                                                The Gogo’s !

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Embocraft Training Centre is a Non Profit Organisation based in 1000 Hills, Durban, that provides skills training free to unemployed to previously disadvantaged community members. To contribute or be involved, or for further information drop us an email via our contact page.

 

 

 

Author: Linda Venton