Job skills training: Electronics Technician
Dear Harvest Children’s Home Partners,
It is a great honor writing to you. I am Kwambu Jones from Akeh. We are seven (7) in our family, and I am the third born with two brothers and five sisters. My father died when I was young, and my mother is a farmer. I lived at HCH for 11 years, and I am now 22 years old.
I hope to become a technician in electronics (fixing phones for example). I have been accepted to attend the training center called Big Stuff Electronics at Sonac Street in Bamenda which specializes in computer hardware maintenance, laptops, phones, and other electronic gadgets. The training lasts for two years, and after that, I will be a technician in charge of all kinds of electronics and even open an electronics shop where I can sell phones and fix them too.
I will begin training in Bamenda as soon as I have the financial means. Below is a table of expenses which will help me in my training:
|Kwambu Jones – 2021||Cost: Cam Franc||Cost: US Dollar|
|Room and Board||200,000||$377|
I want to say a big thank you to HCH, staff, Cry Cameroon, and its members because they have been of great help to my life and many others. Thanks Cry Cameroon and its donors.