Community Development: HITA breaks Silence after 10 Years of Community Service

The Bamenda based not-for-profit Nongovernmental Organization Health Information and Technology Awareness (HITA) has made an unusual media outing to present a series of projects realized in the last 10years of its existence. Authorities of the organization addressed the press in
Bamenda on Saturday 16 September 2023.
HITA Authorities and Trainees during presser 

Presenting the activities and projects realized, The Vice President of HITA detailed that most of their work has focused on empowering less privileged young people in Bamenda with skills in fashion designing and tailoring, barbing, computer training, woodwork, mechanics and provision of water in communities. Dr Bamjo Herman explained that this has been done through onsite training or in partnership with workshops in Bamenda.
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According to some of the trainees, the opportunity offered them by HITA has been life changing. Telson Ngala and Lum Constance, both trainees in Computer related programs told The Hilltop Mail that they have acquired skills that they will immediately put to use. Both cited graphic designing techniques saying that they can now comfortably build websites, produce banners, logos and others. They have expressed gratitude to HITA for the opportunity offered them and many others.
HITA President King Suh Speaking to the Media

HITA President, King Suh has maintained that as they have started with the trainings and provision of portable water in some areas of Bamenda, they look forward to doing more in the coming days in other areas if the means is available.

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