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Overall, the livelihood skills development programs play a vital role in improving the livelihoods of individuals, empowering them to break the cycle of poverty, and contributing to economic development and social inclusion. By equipping participants with valuable skills and knowledge, these programs help create opportunities for a better and more sustainable future.

The Emmanuel Ivorgba Center’s livelihood skills development program empowers individuals, particularly women and youth, from marginalized or disadvantaged communities, by providing them with the necessary skills and training to enhance their employability, generate income, and improve their quality of life. The program equips the women and youth with practical skills that are in demand in the job market or can help them start their own businesses. Key components of our livelihood skills development program include:

  1. Training and Workshops: The program offers hands-on training, workshops, and courses to teach participants specific skills relevant to various industries or sectors. This includes vocational skills like carpentry, tailoring, plumbing, computer literacy, culinary arts, and agricultural techniques.

  2. Entrepreneurship Training: In addition to technical skills, the program also provides entrepreneurship training to help participants learn how to start and manage their own businesses. This includes topics such as business planning, marketing, financial management, and customer service.

  3. Mentorship and Coaching: Participants receive mentorship and coaching from experienced professionals or successful entrepreneurs to guide them in their career or business development. This support can help them navigate challenges, set goals, and make informed decisions.

  4. Job Placement Assistance: The program offers job placement services to help participants secure employment opportunities after completing their training. This includes connecting them with potential employers, conducting job fairs, or facilitating internships.

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