CEOSS continues to improve the quality of life to empower and enhance the livelihood of people, through the equitable and sustainable development of the most vulnerable communities and groups such as women, youth, people with disabilities and children at risk. Hence, the activities of the economic empowerment program are implemented as one of the development programs.
During this month the following was implemented:
- A vocational training for 91 people (58 young women and 33 young men) on various vocations such as mobile maintenance, computer maintenance, hair dressing, handicrafts, aiming at enabling them to join the labor market and start small income-generating projects to live a decent life.
- 180 people (103 young men and 77 young women) were recruited, either after training or through direct employment without training, through linking the requirements of the available jobs and the young people’s skills.