The Takin Association UK, community organizations run by a group of Bhutanese in the United Kingdom, has lauded achievements of youths in the community.
According to its Secretary, Kashi Nath Pokharel, the Association is proud of a 12-weeklong ‘Step up – women empowerment training course’ attended by Maya Bajgai, Gaura Bajgai and Kamala Adhikari.
Provided by the Gender and Participation Unit and funded jointly by the European Social Fund and Skills Funding Agency, the training was aimed at confidence building and job haunt skills for new immigrants in the country, Pokharel said.
The recipients were awarded with the Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) certificates.
“We at the Association would like to express our sincere gratitude to the organisations hosting and sponsoring this training, and we aim to participate in more courses in the future,” said Secretary Pokharel. “The Organization is very proud of the three participants and would like to congratulate them for the successful completion of this course.”