The Refugee Service Office in the Episcopal/Anglican Church in Egypt ended today (Thursday) training for 25 refugees to introduce them to the personal skills necessary for joining the labor market
The trainees represent different nationalities, including Sudanese, Syrian, Ethiopian, and right-wing, where they received training in developing communication skills and solving problems, the importance of teamwork, and how to find work and solve problems. It took place at All Saint’s Cathedral in Zamalek.
The Refugee Office conducted the two-day training, with Dr. Emile Djbra, a skills development specialist, presenting a pre-recorded lecture series and a workshop that ended with the delivery of certificates of appreciation to the participants
The Refugee Service Office of the Episcopal Church serves migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers living in Egypt who have fled The office is seeking to provide humanitarian assistance, psychological encouragement and help build self-sufficiency and self-respect in preparation for repatriation, resettlement, or integration into Egyptian society.