The Head of information and training of conditional cash transfer, Plateau State chapter ,Mrs Lydia Salba has said ,the training of additional 114 facilitators was aimed at boosting of skills acquisition training to improve the well-being of the vulnerable persons in rural communities .
Mrs Salba in an interview during the training session held in Jos, employed the participants to use the knowledge acquire to improve the awareness on saving the little stipend given the beneficiaries .
She appealed to the beneficiaries to be proactive in joining any of the cooperative society and to ensure the engage businesses that can generate income .
Mrs Lydia Salba reiterated the need for the beneficiaries to mobilize themselves by working together to achieve a peaceful society .
She lamented that the covid-19 pandemic has slow down the progress of more beneficiaries so we urge Nigerian to see the projects and solution to end poverty .
Lydia tasked the beneficiaries to imbibe the culture of saving and manage the meager stipends provided by the federal government to as means to end poverty .