This initiative empowers young individuals by providing comprehensive vocational training in various fields such as dressmaking, hairdressing, tailoring, glazing, tiling, and graphic designing. The aim is not only to equip them with valuable skills but also to foster entrepreneurship. Upon completion of training, participants receive seed capital in the form of soft loans facilitated through small credit organizations. These loans are designed to kickstart their businesses, backed by a guarantee from the organization.
The initiative directly contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals:
SDG 4 (Quality Education) by offering vocational training, it enhances access to quality education and equips individuals with practical skills necessary for employment and entrepreneurship.
SDG 8 (Decent Work and Economic Growth) by promoting economic empowerment by facilitating the establishment of small businesses, thus contributing to sustainable economic growth and the creation of decent work opportunities.
SDG 10 (Reduced Inequality) by focusing on young individuals and providing them with equal access to training and resources, it helps reduce inequalities by offering opportunities for personal and professional development regardless of background.