Directors and Management have announced the project for the year. It was discussed and resolved at the last annual meeting in 2018 that the organization will focus on establishment of mini vocational training centres to train young female from poor homes in rural communities. The project will assist beneficiaries to be self-reliant to help curb rural urban migration and youth unemployment on the government. The training will cover sewing, catering, beads making, batique, soft drinks, soap making, hair conditioners, floral decoration, tom brown. This project was considered based on the recent survey carried out by the research team in Awutu Senya District. The survey covered female social and economic contribution in community development. The survey report shows that 8 out 10 females are unemployed and has low educational background. They engage more in peasant farming, sachet water trade business, petty trade (all on commission base) while others do nothing. Beneficiaries would be enrolled to undergo the training for three (3) to six (6) months duration after which they will be graduated and work on their own. The program will take place in rural communities throughout Ghana starting from Awutu Senya District in the Central Region of Ghana. The community take ownership of the program under the leadership of the implementing team. The survey shows that 65% of females in this area are vulnerable individuals who earn less than GH¢4 daily hence if they are asked to purchase the items required for the training they can not afford Quoted: I makes GH¢4 out of what I sell on daily bases and feed my four children from the same commission earned, therefore cannot afford to learn any vocational skills that requires fee paying, (Rebecca) Philanthropic individuals, volunteers and organizations including government agencies are humbly asked to support in any capacity and with the needed support and logistics for this awesome project. Support us by contacting us by filing the form below and will respond immediately.