Enterprise and Employment

The Issue

The Impact

Young workers as twice as likely to be living in extreme poverty than adult workers. In 2020 more than 70 million young people will be pushed into extreme poverty.

Our Programme Approach

Based on the primary issue of youth unemployment, lack of skill development and workplace opportunity in the formal sector, our Livelihood & Income Generation Programme has been designed with young adults in mind. With the belief that access and opportunity can lead to success, we aim to enhance employment and entrepreneurial opportunity for our beneficiaries, however skill development for formal sector employment is integral to improving the statistics. Through this, we aim to engage our beneficiaries in two ways:

Programme Case Studies

Coming soon.

The Sustainable Development Goals

Focusing on UN SDG goals No 1. No Poverty, No 2. No Hunger, and No 10. Reduced Inequalities, we are trying to address the issue by working with communities who have low means of income and provide opportunity for increased livelihood so they can live a life of dignity and success. 

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2018 Highlights from around the world.

in thailand

workshop hours

delivered to 34 students as a part of a pilot life-skills programme.

in cambodia


completed a 6-week training programme learning handicraft skills as a part of a Sewing and Handicraft shop we support. These new skills will increase their income and support their livelihoods.