The United States-based Teach-to-Transform Missionary organization has trained 120 persons in midwifery and agriculture.
The 10-day training ended Saturday with the award of certificates to the participants at the ceremony was held at the Praise Baptist Church in Bentol City, Bensonville City in Montserrado County.
Also at the ceremony, the Missionary organization presented medical equipment and seedlings to the participants as a means of empowering them.
Speaking in an interview with the Liberia News Agency at the ceremony, Team Leader of Teach to Transform, Dr. Patrick Tom said the trainees were also thought ways to use the knowledge acquired to transform the lives of young people.
Trainee Sampson Yahn told the Liberia News Agency that from the agriculture department they learned a lot about crop cultivation, while trainee Elenora Howard said the course broadened her knowledge of medicine and how to carry out safe delivery.
Meanwhile, the Supervisor of the Agriculture Team, Deacon Samuel Coker of the Praise Baptist Church in Bentol City thanked the team for the training exercise and the donation of medical equipment and seedlings.