DDYF, KCFF Staff Trained on CBCPM
By Sheikh Manneh.
Ding-Ding Yirriwa Federation and Kids Comes Foundation staff ended a 5 days capacity building training on Community Case Child Protection Mechanism mapping, on Friday in Jambanjelly.
The training will equip the staff with knowledge and skills needed to execute their work effectively on harms affecting the productivity of children in their various communities.
Bakary Seedy Dampha, the sponsorship, program and communication focal person Ding-Ding Yirriwa Federation who double as head of organizing committee of the training said the training will dictate inform policies and program planning to bring for children in the community for the next academy year through first-hand information they will be collecting from the community.
The trainees will used the knowledge gained during training to asses issues affecting children in the community of Tanji. The mapping will also help the trainees to have first hand information on harms affecting the productive of the children in the community.
Awa Kanyi, sponsorship and program coordinator of Kids Comes First Foundation said, “The training is important for us because all our organization are led by children, it will help us get first hand information on harm or challenges face by children for solution.”
Omar B. Jammeh a participant responsible for Jambanjelly Communication Association said the training is very important because it will help them to identify harms children are faced to address it.