The socio-political crisis in the South-West region had significantly affected the indigenous population. They are left with no means of survival and Women and girls now deliver themselves to unsocial activities. This project aims to procure and strengthen the livelihood of 60 women and girls. One capacity building workshop of two days on entrepreneurship of small petit trade business will be conducted. Non-food items will be distributed to the betterment of the beneficiaries
The socio-political crisis in the North-West and South-West regions of Cameroon had cause a massive displacement of people. Women and Girls have no means of survival due to the fact they have left their initial place and means of subsistance in search of a more secure environment. Women and girls are more expose and are forced to deliver themselves to unsocial activities to earn a living.
Capacitating the participant on entrepreneurship and petit trade bussiness will not only give them the knowledge but also help them develop a business plan. The distribution of Non-food items to the beneficiaries and allotting them money will help create an activity and strenghtened their livelihoods.
The living condition and the livelihood of the sixty (60) targeted women and girls are improved and strengthened via the service delivery of this project. Their notion and skills in entrepreneurship are boosted.