Ghanaian church trains 900 more young people in IT use

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Soul Food Ministries International (SFMI) in Ghana said it has trained another 900 young people in the use of ICT through its 'free for all' training initiative, which has been running since 2009, GNA reported.

Eddie Letsa, General Overseer of SFMI, said the aim is to provide young people with employable skills in IT. He said the project is a non-denominational training package intended to improve the welfare of young people in society. To date, over 4,000 peoples have benefited from the courses, which cover a range of software programs and hardware training.