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Domestic science and advanced tailoring courses conclude

WAO officials view works of vocational trainees. Photo: Htein Lin Aung
WAO officials view works of vocational trainees. Photo: Htein Lin Aung

DOMESTIC Science Course No. 55 and Advance Tailoring Course No. 41 concluded at the Women’s Vocational Training School in Myawady on 27 November.
At the event, District Deputy Commissioner U Lwin Ko Oo said the schools were opened to benefit women living in border areas. He said the courses would help trainees receive vocational training and earn livelihoods. The courses educated local ethnic women on traditional domestic science and the tailoring of traditional costumes, he said. School principle Daw Khin Thein Oo and other officials presented prizes to outstanding students and gave certificates of completion to the trainees. The trainees were also given  labour registration cards by township labor officer Daw Mya Sanda Win.
One trainee spoke words of appreciation on behalf of her classmates at the event.
Myawady Township, Kayin State, borders Thailand.

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