Bethlehem Tailors’ Training Centre (BTTC) Diocese of Kajo Keji.
2009 Annual Report
Bethlehem Tailors Training Centre started as a simple project aimed at training young women to be able to acquire skills for self sufficiency and for them to be able to contribute in the development of the Diocese of Kajo Keji. When it started, it operated in a house offered freely for use by one of the Church elders.
The Diocese of Bethlehem came to the aid of the women and supported them in the building of the centre. The block has two halls and two small rooms that are used as offices/storage.
Now, in addition to its building, the centre has three small grass thatched huts used as dormitories for some of the trainers (these can only accommodate up to 6 students). It has 23 working machines, 11 machines that need fixing and 4 industrial machines. The ECW of the Diocese of Bethlehem has helped in acquiring the machines and has greatly helped in tutor support and training materials.