SISSALA E: LESDEP beneficiaries receive start up kits
A considerable number of equipments have been delivered to some individuals who have taken training in certain skills under the Local Enterprise and Skills Development Programme (LESDEP) being implemented in the Sissala East District.
This is to empower them to push their skills further and assist them ease their economic burden, as they would be in the position to initiate their own businesses easily with the procurement of such start up kits to them.
Under this move, the Assembly distributed about 20 hairdressing kits and sewing machines, and 10 catering equipments which will serve as a boost in their skills.
However, under the same programme the Sissala East District Assembly (SEDA) made available Mini van tricycles to two persons residing in the district namely Salifu Solo and Mustapha Salawdeen. The vehicles were meant to boost transportation system in the area and ease the challenges in shuttling services rendered to people of the communities, especially in the area of trade and commerce.
But the Assembly confirmed in an interview with Ghanadistricts.com that in the meantime it has managed to take delivery of two of these vehicles, nonetheless it would endeavour to procure the remaining one shortly.