Skills and Technical Education Programme –STEP and the Landirani Trust will on Tuesday, July 17, 2018, launch a partnership on bursary program to train over 140 vulnerable individuals in non-formal vocational skills in Lilongwe district.
Beneficiaries of this bursary program will undergo a training in carpentry, basic electronics, earth building, tailoring, solar installation or tinsmithing.
The launch will take place along with a graduation ceremony of tailoring students (March-July 2018) an initiative by Landirani Trust.
The event will be at Sam’s Village and it will start at 2 o’clock in the afternoon.
This bursary program aims at promoting equitable and gender-based access to TEVET. It is part of the EU funded STEP initiative partially implemented by UNESCO and the Government of Malawi.
For more information on STEP contact the Communications Officer, Jacqueline Mpeni on 0993232007 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.