Life skills education helps a young person to develop necessary personal skills that enable them to make informed decisions, communicate effectively, build better coping skills and properly manage one self.
It is against this background that YONECO conducted Mangochi a Life Skills session with students at St Monica Girls Secondary School. The session provided a platform where young girls freely expressed themselves and talked about various issues that effect their lives. The girls further asked critical questions on how to set and achieve goals.
The learners were also encouraged to report abuse cases, seek information about their rights and counseling support through YONECO’s Tithandizane Helpline Services toll-free lines.