A group of Catholic youth in Pakistan continues to provide skill training as part of empowerment initiatives.
Divine Hope Foundation Pakistan (DHFP) is delighted to proclaim the achievement of its third batch of skills training courses this year, like the English language, computers, and sewing.
All the participants who had participated in their desired respected courses as students have made the entire "DHFP" family proud and have once again demonstrated its mission to educate, enlighten, and empower.
Moreover, participants also shared their ineffable joy with blissful testimonials and were so chuffed while acquiring their well-deserved certificates in this regard.
“Any achievement needs motivation, effort, determination, and self-confidence,” said a participant.
DHFP was formed on August 15, 2021, the feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
DHFP's goal is to teach, hire, and give Pakistani youth economic power and technical skills so they can support their families and become financially independent.
The DHFP's skill training is commendable because it benefits young people from all socioeconomic classes in Pakistan, a country with a majority of Muslims.
DHFP provides the opportunity for youth (aged 18 to 40) to acquire basic and advanced computer skills and other training.
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