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A Supported Victim of Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Graduates

Posted in Protection Of Rights Of Vulnerable Groups In The Archdiocese Of Bamenda.

ACHOMINKO CALITUS graduates from being an apprentice in METAL CONSTRUCTION WORKS in a ceremony that took place on Sunday, 29th April 2018.

Being very impressed with wonderful qualities of Service, Accountability and Assiduousness, his Trainer, Mr. WAMBA ELVIS is delighted to send out this industrious young man, though with regrets as he will miss the strong relationship he has with this trainee.

In other to ensure that he is fully empowered, the Justice and Peace Service, represented by Mr. FORMUH Daniel CHIBIKOM supports him with all the key equipment needed in his trade.

He was also reminded of his responsibility to be ready to train other victims interested in this domain in due course, and to always stay connected with the service and the TIP Program.

Overjoyed by this wonderful initiative, the parents of the laureate were very thankful to the Justice and Peace Service for the invaluable support accorded their son. They promised to strengthen the collaboration they have had with the Service.

Also present during this event was the Vigilante Committees Coordinator for Lower Bafut, Mr.SHABELINE TAJOUH.

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