As part of our commitment to breaking the cycle of poverty, we maintain our focus on providing aspiring entrepreneurs in rural, impoverished communities with employment skills and hands-on vocational training to gain employment or to have access to employment opportunities.
We educate our beneficiaries on employment skills by assisting them with CV writing and interview skills. Through hands-on vocational training, we help them secure employment in trade-based jobs.
After working with these communities for decades, we’ve learned that people who are often marginalised or extremely disadvantaged are very much in need of this kind of assistance. In light of this, we also ensure that our employment programmes target and meet the needs of women and those with disabilities.