Burera residents get hands-on skills to complement farming

Burera residents are upbeat after acquiring hands-on skills, including sewing, carpentry and knitting, that will help them get off-farm jobs to complement farming. The seven-month training was provided to over 40 people from Cyanika Sector, who are expected to work together with their communities to transfer same skills to the rest of the community.
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Jean d'Amour Mbonyinshuti