This Project will help empower over 12,000 young people in sustainable skills and other vocational training which will revive the economy and promote the young people in Yobe State. Insurgency/war rages in the northern part of the country and this has led to the displacement of so many people from their villages which has increased pressure on the environment. The youth sustainable vocational skills and empowerment intervention programs will bring back the society to normal.
Currently, lack of vocational training services has the devastating potential to create a severe of economic impacts. Young people have struggled with life and they need a hand that can support them through vocational training that can equip them with constructive knowledge and reliable Skills. It is noticed that 60% of youths in their productive years lack direction which has contributed greatly in affecting the development and economic out-put of the country in the northern part of Nigeria
Community mobilizations and identification of required youths, over 12,000 people will be reached and the service will be managed jointly with community leaders, development workers and Grand Youth Foundation staff. It will still focus on assessing the nature of the community and the status of beneficiaries more especially young people. Mobilization will also be in preparation for identifying and forming family support groups (FSG) and youth vocational clubs in rural areas of operation.
The project will improve youth's way of life and create early awareness in our project areas. Our strategies for young people will enable them access sustainable skills and empowerment. Much focus will be put on those with in and out of schools as this brings more close all the young people categories into our sustainable skills web. Increased number of young people participating in different vocational training activities and improving on their capacity building without losing our set objective