The people in Galkayo, Somalia are very pleased to have received a vocational school in the city
Yme’s coordinator, José Manhique, has spent a lot of time to drill teachers in the subjects of electricity, plumbing and bricklaying. The training of teachers is very important and is the basis of the good results we want to achieve. – Even if we want to open the school as soon as possible, we will not take students before we are confident that the teachers and the teaching methods are hundred procent, he says.
Now the school is almost ready to receive its first students.
- It’s interesting that we get applications to the school from many of the villages where we have previously provided clean water, says Ymes local partner Jamal Salah from GSA. The people are impressed with the solid solutions we have delivered on the water side and are now impressed with the quality of the buildings at the school. Now teachers and students eager to get started, he concludes.