AnsaCall had the privilege of hosting the first pro-bono training session for delegates from the Judah Africa Revival Ministry group on 8 September.
“In our bid to make a difference in our community, we at AnsaCall have taken it upon ourselves to provide the best telephone training course to candidates from a disadvantaged background,” explained AnsaCall marketing coordinator Eve Berriman.
She added that those who benefit from the programme have gained and applied the knowledge they have learned, in their everyday environment and life.
Judah Africa Revival Ministry in Kya Sands offers counselling, discipleship programmes, build Bible schools and help people, specifically, residents of the Pipeline Informal Settlement, with basic necessities.
The ministry also sends out disaster management teams to help out in the event of a shack fires, floods and other unforeseen disasters.
“Our first group for the pro-bono training initiative included the volunteers from Judah Africa. These men and women work tirelessly and often without any compensation to help people in need. Their passion for ministry and God is commendable and something everyone could take a lesson from,” commented Berriman.
The volunteers have never had the experience of sitting and recording in a real-life recording studio before. Having finished the training the delegates received their certificates and were extremely pleased in which one said, “they will frame them and put them up.”
Details: AnsaCall Telecoms, 0861 114 657.