The Mothers Union Worker, Mrs Christine Abia hands over a new sewing machine to Akello Scovia upon completion of her course at WDC.
Like the disciples of Jesus Christ, the 12 students of the WDC hold their certificates
This is where we start from”, Apiyo Kevin excites Bishop Nelson with her display of her first product as year one at the WDC (dress made out of used cement bags) Brenda Onono and Mrs. Piramoi (Centre) taking their turn too.
Welcome to the latest update from the Women Development Centre (WDC) April/May 2009
By Rev. Willy Akena
“I AM EXCITED TODAY” “NOW I WILL BE ABLE TO LOOK AFTER MY SON”. SCOVIA ONE OF THE STUDENT WHO COMPLETED HER COURSE WAS HEARD SAYING AFTER RECEIVING THE SEWING MACHINE. SCOVIA COMPLETED HER ONE YEAR COURSE AT THE WDC. SHE WAS FORCED TO LEAVE SCHOOL IN PRIMARY SEVEN, AFTER A BOY MADE HER PREGNANT AND LEFT HER, A CHILD MOTHER