Rep. Foko Launches 2nd Cycle of the Digital Satellite Installation and Maintenance Training

…Set to Provide Vocational Scholarship Opportunity over 300 Young People

Montserrado County District#9 Representative Frank Saah Foko Jr has launched the 2nd Cycle of the Digital Satellite Instillation and Maintenance Training aimed at impacting and creating job opportunities for over 300 youths in District#9.

The young lawmaker who believes in building young people capacity, says his office will do everything possible to sponsor the vocational training for youths in his district.

He says the overall purpose of the project is to enable youths in and around his District to respond to economic growth opportunities by increasing their employability and entrepreneurship potential through strengthening acquiring vocational training.

He said his office intervention will address equity issues with emphasis on young people in slum areas and vulnerable youth, including women and people with disabilities.

“I’m pleased to announce that my office has launched cycle two of the Digital Satellite Instillation and Maintenance Training aimed at impacting and creating job opportunities for over 300 youths.
You can pick up your application form from our District 9 office, on the Lakpazee Market Road” Hon. Foko said on social media.

The Montserrado County lawmaker encouraged youths to take advantage of the scholarship opportunity to change their lives.

Rep. Foko stressed that the provision of scholarship opportunity for vocational training is align with Government’s PAPD Pillar One – Human capacity and the knowledge development – Expanding universal access to quality, relevant Education and Technical and Vocational Training.

The youthful Liberian Legislator on April 23, 2022 said he was pleased after empowering and graduating 150 out of the 250 scholarships provided to his people to acquire Technical skills at the Liberian Vocational Institute (LVI).

“We are happy that we added to that number to increase the capacity and skills of our people across the District,” he stressed.

During the 1st cycle which ended on Saturday, April 23, 2022, 153 District dwellers who were trained for two months in digital satellite installation graduated.

Rep. Foko expressed delight and gratitude to his District Development Council and the District in general for the support he continue to receive from them in executing the little by impacting his people.

He hopes that his office can keep empowering other young people as a way of self-sustainability and helping to lift them out of poverty.

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