"Empowering Dreams: NGO Trains Women with Disabilities in Kaduna on Pastry-Making for International Women's Day"

By Zakari Haruna - Kaduna 

In a noteworthy endeavor to champion inclusivity and empowerment, the 'Women and Children's Rights and Empowerment Foundation,' a prominent Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), has initiated a meaningful project in celebration of this year's International Women's Day.

Headquartered in Kaduna State, the organization has committed its resources to provide comprehensive training for women with disabilities, focusing on honing skills related to various types of pastries.

Barrister Maryam Abdul, the visionary founder of this impactful NGO, elucidated on the strategic choice of training individuals with disabilities. She emphasized that the primary goal of this program is to equip these women with the skills to become self-reliant entrepreneurs, recognizing the significant impact they can have on society.

Highlighting the importance of inclusivity, Barrister Abdul underscored the strength derived from unity and the critical need to embrace it for societal progress.

This training program aligns seamlessly with the theme of this year's International Women's Day, advocating "Invest in Women: Accelerate Progress." Barrister Abdul praised the theme's relevance and significance, emphasizing the urgency of supporting women and children's rights for societal advancement.

Representing the beneficiaries of this empowering initiative, Mr. Mikah Shabi and Mrs. Priscilla Daniel conveyed heartfelt appreciation for the NGO's gesture. They expressed gratitude for the invaluable skills and opportunities provided through the training, expressing hope that others would emulate this commendable effort. Their testimonials shed light on the tangible impact of such initiatives on the lives of individuals with disabilities, highlighting the potential ripple effect in creating a more inclusive and supportive community.

As the NGO continues to champion the cause of empowerment, it serves as a beacon of inspiration for other organizations and individuals to actively contribute to the welfare and advancement of marginalized communities.

The ripple effect of such initiatives extends beyond the immediate beneficiaries, influencing the broader societal landscape by fostering a culture of inclusivity, empowerment, and progress.

The 'Women and Children's Rights and Empowerment Foundation' stands as a testament to the transformative power of targeted efforts toward building a more equitable and empowered society.

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