Successful Training Spurs Continued Growth
The ongoing sewing workshop is providing sustained learning opportunities for Transformational Community Development (TCD) participants. Continuous sessions ensure that individuals can further hone their sewing skills, fostering an environment of continuous growth and creativity in the realm of traditional clothing design and sewing techniques. The participating women have acquired practical sewing skills and proficiency in using sewing machines. They have successfully designed and executed beautiful and fitted couch covers. Moreover, they have demonstrated creativity in crafting traditional clothing pieces, imbuing them with a distinctive cultural flair.
A successful beauty training course was conducted, covering hair division, blow-drying, hairstyling, and makeup application. The course was engaging, and it drew the participation of many talented young women. A total of 10 participants, including Mrs. Abida*, a homemaker with daughters, showcased remarkable creativity. She, in particular, applied the acquired skills to her daughters’ hair with exceptional flair. The training session witnessed an array of participants demonstrating exceptional skills and creativity in their work. There was a tremendous turnout of ladies who indulged in captivating beauty transformations. The activities were dedicated to boosting confidence and highlighting the unique beauty of each woman.
The mosaic workshop continues, with dedicated women developing their artistic talents. This month, they created expressive artworks symbolizing Mataba’s tree and the Tree of Life. Participants showcased creativity, with ongoing support encouraging further talent development.
During the English conversation course, the participants engaged in effective pronunciation and speaking exercises. The course witnessed a noticeable improvement in academic proficiency, and the apprehension towards speaking decreased. Participants exchanged dialogues to improve their speaking skills. The course saw advancements in academic proficiency, with notable improvements in speaking and comprehension skills. Participants excelled in interaction and speaking with confidence, reducing their previous apprehension towards conversation. This reflects positive progress in developing English language skills.
Written by: Sameer
GHNI Jordan Admin Assistant
*For purposes of security and wellbeing, “Mrs. Abida” is a pseudonym for the individual being helped by this project.
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