The Secoli Institute is at the forefront of the Crafts School project
The Secoli Institute takes part in the School of Trades project promoted by Amici per il Centrafrica Onlus, a lay association that has operated since 2001, thanks to its volunteers, in the Central African Republic, aiming to create a genuine bond between those who help and those who are helped.
The first fashion course will start by January 2020.
The Secoli Institute has provided two scholarships to support the training of future teachers: Agnes Beya Ngalula and Berthile Kaze.
Once back in Bangui, their mission will be to train young people with a passion for fashion and clothing, identifying who among them will in turn be able to become a teacher, creating a network that passes knowledge and can make the school grow.