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Nina Odarych, one of the graduates of the online course "Internet Marketing", mastered a new profession and found additional income even during quarantine thanks to her perseverance.
A total of 63 participants learned about the basic methods of product promotion and presentation, how to manage accounts on social networks and place ads on the Internet.
The third week has passed since the project "Towards Success" started, but the organizers and participants can already share their first impressions.
This initiative is being implemented in the Donetsk oblast by the NGO "Open Economy" in the framework of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH project "Vocational Integration of Internally Displaced Persons".
The courses “Seamstress” not only helped women to master a profession and to reveal their creative potential, but sometimes to return to life
The joint initiative of the GIZ project "Vocational Integration of IDPs", Charitable Foundation "Light of Hope" and Poltava VET school helped women in difficult life circumstances to receive free training as a seamstress and have the opportunity to start
A total of 32 women accompanied by specialists were able to renew documents, make payments for their child, while studying to become a seamstress
Not everyone will dare to start their own business, but Nadiia Posokhina, having completed courses in Internet marketing, did not hesitate to do so, even during maternity leave.
In total, 63 residents of Zaporizhia oblast completed Internet marketing courses organized by the Cultural League of the East with the support of the GIZ project "Vocational integration of IDPs". Participants learned about the basic methods of product promotion and presentation, learned to maintain accounts on social networks and place ads on the Internet.
Виталий - профессиональный агроном. В 2020 году он принял участие в проекте «Школа фермерства» в качестве преподавателя модулей по овощеводству и растениеводству, и теперь делится впечатлениями о курсе.
In 2020, one of the most successful initiatives implemented with the support of the GIZ project "Vocational Integration of Internally Displaced Persons" was the "Farming School", which developed a modern, interesting, market-oriented agricultural curriculum for 80 residents of Luhansk region . The initiative was successful, and the results went public outside the region. Therefore, it was decided to launch an adapted project "Farming School 2.0" in Dnipropetrovsk, Poltava, Kharkiv oblasts and controlled areas of Donetsk oblast.