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On March 26th and 27th March 2021, the Center for Sustainable Rural Development (SRD) organized a training course on writing posts to promote sales on social networks with the participation of 18 members from the clubs for PwDs in project communes. The training course aims to share knowledge and experiences of selling agricultural products via social networks and skills to write posts to promote online business.

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Group discussion on writing posts of online sales

Mrs. Tran Thi Thom: “I often write posts online to sell ducks, duck eggs, but not many viewers. Joining the training I can practice writing posts with impressive titles, using strong words to call for action, and knowing how to edit photos on smartphones. Soon, I will post to sell fish sauce and salted shredded pork”.

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Practice in writing posts of online sales

“I love to do business, I sell home-grown fruits and vegetables and some kinds of snacks. Now I know how to write posts that are concise, brief but detailed. In addition, I also know how to take nice pictures and post them on Facebook. Because of my leg hurts, I cannot walk much. Doing business in this way only requires a smartphone and interacting and responding with customers, not much capital, so I can do it by myself”- confided by Ms. Ho Thi Tham.

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Practice in writing posts of online sales

Mr. Pham Van Phuoc, Head of Club of PwDs in Gio Hai II commune shared: “I have never posted anything for online sales, but after attending the class I know how to take good photos, how to use right words to interest readers. I have experience growing flowers, so I will think of selling flowers online”. He also shared: “For PWDs, online business is very convenient as they can make use of their time, less travel and sell their agro- products for generating extra income”.

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Group picture of the participants

Above are some sharing of the participants in the training which was organized within the scope of the Project "Empower people with disabilities" in Gio Linh district, Quang Tri province funded by Caritas Australia and DFAT.




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