More than 100 Ebola survivors and affected persons in Margibi County Association of Evangelicals of Liberia (AEL), Ebola Recovery program and supported by the British Charity, Tearfund.
The program, according to the faith based organization, is aimed at empowering Ebola Survivors and Affected Persons.
Making remarks at the occasion, the head of AEL Senior Management Team, Rev. James Cooper admonished graduates to use effectively what they have learnt.
Rev. Cooper reminded graduates to make use of the opportunity provided by the Association of Evangelicals of Liberia and Tearfund.
He wants the graduates to be focused in life, especially in the skills they have obtained if they must be supportive to their respective families.
Also making remarks at the occasion, the Land Commissioner of Margibi County, Doris Everest cautioned the graduates to use the skills wisely.
Madam Everest said the skills obtained by the graduates when used properly will lift them from poverty to a noble status in society.
The Margibi County Land Commissioner urged them to practice the skills and teach others in the act of soap making.