Naaviq Company Limited has trained four persons in water treatment and borehole technology.
The participants were taken through eight months of intensive on-the-job training.
CEO of Naaviq Victoria Naashika Quaye said her outfit is looking forward to impart knowledge in a lot of Ghanaians to make them self-sufficient.
“These people came without any idea about how to treat water or sink boreholes, but today they have been empowered to handle all these,” she stated.
“We’re looking forward to train more of the youth as part of our efforts to help in job creation in the country.”
She added: “The vision of Naaviq Company Limited is to empower the youth to acquire the kind of skills that can make them independent, self-sufficient and financially stable.”
“Our next training and capacity building session comes off soon. Prepare to attend to be equipped with the tools for self-empowerment. We teach you to be your own boss,” Ms Quaye stated.
Ms Quaye is a rising international speaker and was recently at Zeppelin University in Friedrichshafen, Germany to talk about Start-ups in Africa among others.
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