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Al-Baraka Women’s Association for Development concluded a US State Department-funded training workshop for its awareness team in Al-Koud area, Khanfar district, Abyan governorate. The workshop was held as part of the project to promote the use of environmentally friendly products (the use of palm leaf baskets instead of plastic bags).
Elham Al-Shaybah, chairwoman of Al-Baraka Association, confirmed that after completing the workshop, its awareness team will implement ten awareness sessions targeting the Al-Koud area and the surrounding villages, including, Al-Qarna, Al-Nash, Al-Wadi, Al-Nuba, and Koud Al-Tessa. She maintained that 24 young men and women will be selected to be trained in the skills of making pottery in order to start the production and marketing phase.
It is worth noting that the project aims to find associations that are able to keep abreast of developments in mechanisms to gradually reduce plastic use and its adverse effects on the environment.
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