"Inclusivity in Action: NGO Founder, Barrister Maryam Abdul, Champions Empowerment for Women with Disabilities Through Pastries Training"

Zakari Haruna - Kaduna 

In a commendable initiative aimed at fostering inclusivity and empowerment, the 'Women and Children's Rights and Empowerment Foundation,' a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), has undertaken a significant project on the occasion of this year's International Women's Day. 

The organization, based in Kaduna State, has dedicated its efforts to providing training for women with disabilities, focusing specifically on various types of pastries.

Barrister Maryam Abdul, the visionary founder of this NGO, shed light on the rationale behind choosing to train individuals with disabilities. 

She expressed that the primary objective of the training program is to empower these women to become self-reliant entrepreneurs, recognizing the substantial impact they can make on society. 

Barrister Abdul underscored the importance of inclusivity, emphasizing the strength derived from unity and the imperative to embrace it for societal progress.

The training program aligns with the theme of this year's International Women's Day, which advocates "Invest in Women: Accelerate Progress." Barrister Abdul lauded this theme, asserting its relevance and significance. 

She stressed the need for supporting women and children's rights, asserting that such initiatives contribute to enhancing their knowledge and understanding, thereby fostering progress.

Representing the beneficiaries of this empowerment initiative, Mr. Mikah Shabi and Mrs. Priscilla Daniel expressed heartfelt appreciation for the NGO's gesture. 

They conveyed gratitude for the valuable skills and opportunities provided through the training, expressing hope that others would emulate this laudable effort. Their testimonials underscored the tangible impact of such initiatives on the lives of individuals with disabilities, highlighting the potential ripple effect in creating a more inclusive and supportive community.

As the NGO continues to champion the cause of empowerment, it serves as a beacon of inspiration for other organizations and individuals to contribute actively to the welfare and advancement of marginalized communities. 

The ripple effect of such initiatives is not only limited to the immediate beneficiaries but extends to the broader societal landscape, fostering a culture of inclusivity, empowerment, and progress. 

The 'Women and Children's Rights and Empowerment Foundation' stands as a testament to the transformative power of targeted efforts towards building a more equitable and empowered society.

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