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MOA, IFAD Host Agric Workshop For LCCC Students
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MOA, IFAD Host Agric Workshop For LCCC Students
By Gabriel T. Bundor, LINA Lofa County Intern 

VOINJAMA, October 29 (LINA) -The Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) in partnership with the International Fund for Agriculture Development (IFAD) has conducted a one-day workshop for intern students at the Lofa County Community College (LCCC).

The workshop brought together 14 male students from the Agriculture College of the institution who are about to begin their internship at different sites across the county.

Speaking at the start of the workshop, the Dean of the Agriculture College, Paul Nabieu, said the training is intended to provide orientation for the students as they leave for their areas of assignment.

Dean Nabieu urged the students to perform well during their internship because this first opportunity afforded them could either open or close the door for their other colleagues based on the results from their internship.

In remarks, IFAD Lofa County Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Alex Y. Colee said the students will be assigned at various cooperatives in Voinjama, Zorzor, Foya, Salayea, Quardu Gboni and Vahun Districts, and will focus on community entry, supervision and reporting.

The IFAD Official urged the students to consider their internship as a gateway to their future and not a period of merrymaking, adding, “Students on internship must be disciplined at all times if they are to succeed in their endeavors”.


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