Almubarak Foundation International plans to organise vocational studies for 50 visually impaired people; where they will learn about sleepers and handbag weaving, production of liquid soap, air freshener and disinfectant in a month programme. The programme will take place at our office No. 15, Buhari Street, Mushin, Lagos, Nigeria
This project will educate 50 visually impaired people to be skilled and self-reliant. Most of the visually impaired people result to street-begging because of the stigma attached to them here in Lagos, Nigeria. This project will address the stated challenges below facing by the visually impaired people: Inferiority complex on their part; Stigma attached to them by the public; Exclusion from social participation; Ignorance on the part of their parents to sponsor them and Unskilled nature.
We undertake vocational studies for 50 visually impaired people in Lagos, Nigeria to be skilled and self-reliant so that they be able to fend for themselves and their family.
This project is expected to serve 50 visually impaired people. The project will solve the problem of unemployment among the visually impaired people. It is important because it makes visually impaired people to be self-reliant and fend for themselves and their family.