Young Women Rise has organised a 3 days business Management Training targeting the displaced families of the newly formed Mussa Village.

The training is part of the YOWORI’s Rays of Hope project funded by Hilden Charitable Fund funded.
YOWORI believes that the project management training is very crucial for the participants in Chiradzulu for several reasons:

  1. Economic Empowerment: the training will equip individuals with the skills needed to start and manage small businesses, leading to economic self-sufficiency and reducing reliance on aid.
  2. Job Creation: By fostering entrepreneurship, the business training can lead to the creation of new jobs, benefiting not only the trainees but also the broader community.
  3. Poverty Alleviation: Effective business management can help individuals increase their income and improve their living standards, contributing to poverty reduction.
  4. Community Stability: Empowered individuals are more likely to invest in their communities, leading to increased stability and reduced social tensions.
  5. Skill Development: The training will provide displaced people with valuable skills that are transferable and can be used in various contexts, increasing their adaptability and opportunities.
  6. Psychosocial Benefits: Engaging in productive activities can improve mental health and provide a sense of purpose and normalcy for displaced individuals.
  7. Long-Term Sustainability: Business management skills help in building sustainable enterprises that can continue to provide for the needs of individuals and communities over the long term.

Overall, the business management training will play a pivotal role in transforming the lives of displaced people in Chiradzulu by providing them with the tools and knowledge to build a better future. The training is being facilitated by the Chiradzulu district Community Development Officers.

At the end of the training, the participants will be given start up materials and funds to start their new business endeavours.

Women First International Fund
Global Fund for Women
Economic Justice

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