MONROVIA – The Theresa Nah Institute of Health Science and Technology in its efforts to bridge the unemployment and empowerment gap in the society recently embarked on its second circle of the Chemical technology program with a huge turnout, many women within the Nickey Town Community, District #2, Montserrado County to take part in training program for soap making.
This chemical technology program is part of the school accelerated vocational training programs provided to the public.
According to information from the institute, the ongoing accelerated training is in short and long term phases where the former is for a month and is free while the long-term program is an advanced program that requires a longer time at the school. Participants at the ongoing chemical technology training expressed their thanks and appreciation to the organizers for bringing such an opportunity to their doorsteps.
According to them, living in Liberia is becoming challenging, but the coming in of this empowerment initiative will help them address some of their existing challenges.
Participants at the ongoing circle two are learning how to produce standard washing soap, quality bathing soap, liquid soap and chloral.
Moses Bundor, Acting President of the Theresa Nah Institute of Health Science and Technology noted that the ongoing chemical technology training was designed by the school to enhance the economic and social status of the people of Liberia, especially the unemployed, school dropout, and the disabled community.
He said participants at the ongoing training were vetted through an evaluation process conducted by the administration of the school.
The Theresa Nah Institute of Health Science and Technology is owned by Sgt. Eric Oppong Twum and his wife Sierra Twum both residing abroad. The couple stated that their contribution to Liberia is only through development.