Tools for Empowerment for Artisans in Haiti

 
$3,211
$22,189
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Remaining
Jan 16, 2012

Vocational Skills Training Update

Sewing and Garment Repair
Sewing and Garment Repair

ASAP’s Vocational Training Project is changing lives by reaching out to many people with skills training they can use to make a living.  Up to now, 440 young people (291 females, 149 males) have been provided with vocational skills training in both Nyanga and Mutasa districts, many with your help.  

The training has been in sewing, carpentry, bicycle repair and hairdressing.  These are skills that these young people can convert into income in their local community. 

We thank all of you who have already supported this project.  However, we still need more support to train the many more youth who have requested assistance.  Please donate generously. 

Hair Dresssing Exam
Hair Dresssing Exam
Carpentry Traiing
Carpentry Traiing
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Project Leader

Tom Arsenault

Peachtree City, GA United States

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