- Because of our work last year
- 883 people are now literate
- 11,899 people have acquired new skills
- 7,674 members of Community Based Organisations have greater capacity to influence change
Skills development through literacy circles, capacity building, and other training.
Many of the people we work with, particularly women, have had few opportunities to gain even a basic education. This holds back their ability to improve their own lives and even the development of their nations. We believe that, given opportunities such as training to develop skills, people will realize their potential and bolster economic development in their own communities. So we help people build their skills through literacy circles, vocational training, and marketing courses. We also work with local, community-based organisations to strengthen their capacity to provide positive and lasting support. We also help thousands of children who are not able to go to school with non-formal education, such as literacy, artistic, sport, cultural and personal development activities.