60 People Attend Niso Training

The Namibian Informal Sector Organization (NISO) held a four-day training programme in Luumlderitz for small-scale business people.

About sixty people attended the course that ran from 22 to 25 September.

The project is an effort to help promote development among the economically active but poor households and individuals to enable them to reduce their economic vulnerability and help improve their income by better managing their income-generating activities.

NISO’s programmes are co-financed by the Social Security Commission.

Business development trainer Bae Shofinari stated that the training was designed to improve the business management skills of the target groups.

This programme is a dove-tailed initiative aimed at character building, entrepreneurship training, and self-employment.

He emphasized the growing interest in raising the competencies and skills of SMEs and their employees’ increased demand for such training.

According to participants the training helped them develop entrepreneurship skillsenterprises management practices, which were non-existent earlier, adding that they would change their ways to do business as this would help them improve their incomes.

Source : New Era