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Today’s young workers want more than a pay cheque. Human beings are geared towards seeking employment that allows them to learn new skills. In this regard, SELL is not an exception when it comes to training and re-training of her Staff and volunteers. This is usually done every year to ensure effectiveness and efficiency of job performance and particularly on the areas of interest by all employees. This year’s Capacity Building for employees of SELL Foundation held from 9th to 13th of April, 2017. The focus was on “Project and Proposal Writing”. The training was facilitated by Mr. Francis Ademola who is a specialist and consultant in project design and proposal writing, organizational development and Management training based in Abuja.                                                                      Mr. Francis Ademola at SELL Office, Bauchi for Proposal Writing Training. 9th-13th April, 2017.

It involved plenary and individual reflection and small working group sessions. This was intended to strengthen the capacity of SELL to design and write fundable proposals and to improve the skills of her team members.   It is believed that Learning and upgrading employee skills contributes to organizational growth and it starts from the day SELL was instituted and becomes successive over the years as her employee grows through the support of her funders. The training took place at Youth Formation Centre Bauchi, Bauchi State Nigeria and all the members of SELL Resource Team were the recipients of the training.  We use this medium to thank St. Patrick’s Missionary Society and other partners who ensure the SELL Employees Training.


SELL Team participating in Proposal Writing Training at SELL Office in Bauchi, on the 9th-13 April, 2017.

SELL Team participating in Proposal Writing Training at SELL Office in Bauchi, on the 9th-13 April, 2017.


SELL programme is an Initiative of St. Patrick Missionary Society in West Africa district providing formative and transformative programme for young people and vulnerable groups to become agents of change in the Society.


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