The Socay Training Institute was grateful to have a small delegate from Caritas Australia, visit the training center yesterday.
Caritas Australia, under its Church Partnership Program, has been supporting the Institution since its humble beginning in 2007.
Caritas Australia’s CEO, Paul O’Callaghan, Bishop Chris Saunders, from the Broom Diocese in Australia, and delegates from Caritas Australia, had a small but intimate traditional welcome by Milne Bay students from the Socay Training Institute in Hohola, Port Moresby.
Caritas Australia, through its Church Partnership Program, has been funding the Institution since 2007, and will be visiting Mt. Hagen. The Delegation is in the country for the meeting that ended yesterday.
Socay has been offering courses in Technical Skills, Business Studies, and recently, Adult Literacy. With a handful of dedicated staff, the institution hopes that more youths and women from the surrounding Hohola community, to come enrol at the institution.
Socay also houses a number of programs for their students, in partnership with Don Bosco Technical Institute, surrounding business houses and the Tang Soo Do Martial Arts School.
Serve Our Children And Youth, as its acronym states; hope that their institution would provide programs to disadvantaged youths that have been through the Juvenile Justice System, and have their student’s integrated back into the society.
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