Young women and girls in rural Africa are mostly trapped in a cycle of poverty by a lack of relevant and market responsive education and skills set. However, these women are eager to develop their skills in order to enhance their livelihoods, but do not have access to opportunities. They are thus made more vulnerable to diseases and social problems. Their life is thus characterized by low self-esteem, inability to define life goals and aspirations, poverty and inability to selfmanage.
In response to this challenge, CGEEE, through its Skills Development Programme seeks to facilitate skill building, vocational training, and education programs and support its participants with starter packs, upon completion, where available, and operating learning centres.It does this via skill building workshops, trainings, and events that develop both traditional best practices and modern skills.
Some of the skills training include courses in the following
- Beads making
- Poultry rearing
- Fish Farming
- Trading services, and lots more
To participate in this scheme or for more information or clarifications, please contact us by filling the FORM below or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with CGEEE Skills Development Program in the subject.