Mr. Livingstone Etse Satekla, popularly known as Stonebwoy, launched his maiden edition of Bhim Skills Training Workshop at St. Augustine Catholic Church  at Ashaiman in Ghana’s Greater Accra Region. The workshop covered areas such as small scale farming, entrepreneurial development training, food & agro food processing, fashion accessories production, production of household cleaning products, production of natural cosmetics production and clothing designing. The free self-employable skills training outreach was held under the auspices of the nonprofit Livingstone Foundation founded by Stonebwoy.

The workshop’s 40 participants were guided by trainers/coaches to learn advanced techniques to help them complete everyday tasks more efficiently. In remarks made at the workshop, Stonebwoy said the initiative was inspired by the recent toll of the COVID-19 pandemic had left on businesses, leaving several people without jobs and means of livelihood. Stonebwoy explained that the skills training outreach was the Livingstone Foundation and its supporters contribution during these difficult times. He hoped that what participants would find great use for what they had learnt and reminded them that big companies also began in such small ways.

The Livingstone Foundation has been active in Ghana’s Philanthropy Space, reaching out recently to accident victims at Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital and commissioning the Bhim Shop and the ‘one house, one toilet’ project in Ashaiman.

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