Amparai tsunami affected get self-employment help

[TamilNet, Wednesday, 29 June 2005, 11:14 GMT]
Women from tsunami affected families in Amparai district are to receive self-employment help in the form of free sewing machines and associated training from Tamils Rehabilitation Organization (TRO), sources in Amparai said. Women have been organized into several groups and training in dress making classes are being conducted in Amparai district, officials added.


Amparai TRO activities


Amparai TRO activities
As part of the continuing effort in improving the standard of pre-school education in Amparai district, TRO opened a new office for the Organization of Pre-School Advancement in Amparai Road, Akkaraipattu Tuesday.

Planning Co-ordinator of TRO, Mr V Rajendram, opened the new building by cutting the ribbon and Amparai district co-ordinator for Organization of Pre-School Advancement, Ms Uthayalini lit the ceremonial lamp during the opening event, civil society sources said.

 

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