COERR Kanchanaburi Trains Refugees in the Livelihood Program

In March 2014, COERR Kanchanaburi provided two training for Livelihood Program: the first training was organized on March 6, to train 24 refugee representatives from youth groups and vulnerable groups as well as agriculture staff in basic knowledge on the formulation of a project proposal.

Then on March 25, training was held to equip 38 refugees from 9 groups i.e. 5 duck-raising groups, 2 cat fish-raising groups and 2 frog-raising groups. The training for these group representatives was focused on essential data recording and book keeping for livelihood program.