Life skills for financial independence

NgangErnest
Posted February 9, 2020 from Cameroon
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It is challenging to see kids grow up with no trade or hand work to survive with. It is my responsibility to pass on the skills I have to girls and boys so that they can used them in future for their own financial freedom. 

See the concentration level and joy they have in learning how to make key holders from beads. I wouldn't stop until they all learn these skills. I want a community with greatness and entrepreneurs lead by girls. 

Join me let's impact together. 

 

Ngang Ernest Che

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ANNITA
Feb 09
Feb 09

Great work Mr Ngang Enerst. It's so inspiring. I do same trade with lots of young girls in my community. I will be willing to give a helping hand if u will need. Not only in beading.

NgangErnest
Feb 12
Feb 12

Then we can work together. I will contact you Annita.

Thanks so much.

Felicitas Wung
Feb 09
Feb 09

Hello sir
That's a good idea. I have also noticed that there are so many people grown up who keep relying on others for daily bread because they were not trained at the early stage to produce something that can raise income for themselves and even help others.
Mr. Ngang you are doing a great job. Keep on
I can see the children learning joyfully.

NgangErnest
Feb 12
Feb 12

Thanks Felicitas

Felicitas Wung
Feb 12
Feb 12

Don't mention

Metiege Noel Eve
Feb 10
Feb 10

Congratulations my brother for such a great societal impact like the Chinese saying goes TEACH A MAN TO FISH THAN FEED HIM. so true does this go to our kids. When we empower them early enough even if we die and leave them we will be certain that we empowered them and they wount go hungry because they have something to sustain them. But on the contrary if we leave our kids so much money without a trade they will squander the money and go broke so soon and might even resort to crime

NgangErnest
Feb 12
Feb 12

Thanks so much Eve

laison sylvie
Feb 10
Feb 10

So wonderful Ernest, you are doing a great job.

NgangErnest
Feb 12
Feb 12

Thanks Sylvie.

Hello, Ernest,

Wow! Great job to you! I can only imagine years from now one of these children will be writing a post on World Pulse on how this activity changed his/her life as she starts her own beads business. We never know how these children will use this skill in the future, but I agree with you that this will help them survive. I love their focus, too! Thank you for sharing this with us!

Anita Shrestha
Feb 11
Feb 11

Dear Sis'
Thank you very much for sharing =Please keep it continue dear.

Myra Tambor
Feb 13
Feb 13

Oh this is wow! You know we have also this kind of beads making but mostly we do it with women. I hope I can try this one with the young people in my community. Thank you for sharing!

Anita Kiddu Muhanguzi

Hi Ernest,
How are you doing. You are surely doing amazing work. You have surely given me food for thought. Thank you for impacting the future generation. I know whatever they are being taught at an early age will remain with them forever. Continue reaching out and impacting as many people as you can.
Thank you and be blessed. Keep us posted on your progress on the children's stories.