Skilling Women and Youths for economic sustainability

Women making masks to contribute to the COVID 19 prevention Support

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

skilling women and youths


AHI-Uganda together with partners are working together in the skilling of youths and women with economic challenges especially those in slum areas. Join us in the skilling program to support women.

Liquid soap making


On top of tailoring skill, Liquid soap making, chalk making and jik detergent making are some of the other valuable skills which we give to needy women and youths for economic sustainability

women looking for scrap for income


Most women in slum communities opt for the business of looking for scrap and used bottles for recycling. Which doesn’t earn much, it is just enough for a day’s meal, says Monica a resident of Kasenyi slum community in Banda Kampala.

8 thoughts on “Skilling Women and Youths for economic sustainability”

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