Ten former detainees and / or drug users have learned to set goals and achieve them effectively. The training took place yesterday at the SHARE project headquarters and was led by Aliona Bercaci, a certified motivational trainer. Each of the ten beneficiaries set a particular goal and learned how to achieve it step by step.
The training took place in an interactive form, with the involvement of all participants. They shared their own experiences and analyzed them with the help of the instructor, who later helped them optimize their personal strategies for the future.
“I welcome all activities of this type, everything that helps us improve ourselves, become better and more attractive for potential employers. The training was interesting and useful, and I’m glad that the project offers such opportunities”, said Dan, one of the participants.
The SHARE project provides assistance to people who were released from prison no more than 12 months ago. Many of its beneficiaries have been employed and are now full-fledged citizens.
The project is implemented by the Public Association “Regional Center for Community Policies” in partnership with the Public Association “Positive Initiative”, with the financial support of the Agency for International Cooperation of Germany (GIZ).
Author and translation: Dan Erușevschi