Training 100 youths in vocational skills

by Youth for youth in action

Summary

Our vocational training of the youth in kyalhumba sub county will help the youth to be productive and focus on developmental issues. Our aim is to empower the youth in the fields of Carpentry, Mechanics and motor vehicle maintenance, plumbing, tailoring and knitting

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Challenge

The problem is unemployment where by most of the youth have nothing to do to earn a living. Some are now drug addicts, others practice prostitution not willingly but due to difficulties in life, and most of the girls have had unwanted pregnancies.

Solution

The training will equip these youth with vocational skills like carpentry, tailoring, hair dressing, driving and mechanics etc. This will help the youth to be equipped with knowledge and be able to earn a living to support themselves financially.

Long-Term Impact

Cases of drug abuse, unwanted pregnancies, prostitution etc which are caused by unemployment and idleness will reduce since most of the youth will have acquired skills and will be doing something productive.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a DOCX file (projdoc.docx).

Resources

http:/​/​yfyia123.wordpress.com
this is our website
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Organization Information

Youth for youth in action

Location: Kasese, Kasese district, western uganda - Uganda
Facebook: Facebook Page
Project Leader:
Andrew Kuule
Kasese, uganda Uganda

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This project will start accepting donations on Monday, September 10, 2018 at 09:00 AM EDT:

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