Sudan: Japan International Volunter Center graduates 18 trainees in Juba

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The Japan International Volunteer Center completed a training course in auto-michanichs for 18 traininee on Saturday in Juba. The graduates have undergone training for one year. The Director of the Center in Sudan, Takaki Imai, said the trainees included the Sudanese returnees and Ethiopian refugees. He further said the Japan International Volunteer Center will hand back the automotive workshop to its initial owner, the Sudan Council of Churches, this year. Meanwhile, a number of trainees expressed their satisfaction about the quality of training. They said it has helped build their career as professional mechanics. The one year training was funded by the United Nations High commissioner for refugees (UNHCR) and Japan donors.