The Mayor of Alhama de Murcia, Mariola Guevara, and the Councilor for Social Welfare, Nani Navarro, have visited today, accompanied by professionals from the Abraham Project association, occupational sewing training and customer service that is being developed in the municipality , within the framework of the 'Walk between fabrics' project.
This is an initiative for employment insertion, revitalized by Abraham Project and which has had the collaboration of the City of Alhama through the Department of Social Welfare.
Through a personalized insertion itinerary, people in situations of social vulnerability are accompanied on their way to the ordinary labor market, in order to achieve their socio-labor insertion.
The training that is being developed at this time - given in the municipal center for the elderly - is aimed at long-term unemployed people or in situations of social vulnerability.
Specifically, from the Social Services center of Alhama de Murcia, information, guidance and referral tasks for students were launched in September, having started with 12 students.
Participants are receiving occupational training in sewing, deprendas repair and customer service in the textile sector, with a total of 100 hours of training, and can also perform non-work practices in companies in the sector once the training is completed.
It is also complemented with psychosocial attention and individualized work guidance to all students.
Abraham Project is an NGO of social and environmental action, whose main activity is based on the collection of clothing, footwear and toys through containers installed on public roads, allocating the economic benefits obtained through the management of this waste to projects aimed at Help people in situation or at risk of social exclusion.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Alhama de Murcia