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I am seeking support in my next charity project aimed at training and empowering 1,000 women and youth in Nigeria in skills like, soap/detergent and cosmetics production, Shoe and bag making, Catering, Laundry and Dry Cleaning, autogele and make up artistry, decorations and barbing. Unemployed women and youth in the six geopolitical zone of Nigeria will be trained free after which start up empowerment materials will be given to the beneficiaries with the task to each of the beneficiaries to also help train at least 10 persons free in their various skills. When that is done, the high unemployment rate among the women and youth will be greatly reduced. We will need to rent a venue in each of the locations, buy training and empowerment materials, hire skilled master trainers, rent accommodations, do publicity and registration of beneficiaries, provide light entertainment for the beneficiaries and other logistics. We will start in Edo State in the South, then to Niger State in the North, followed by Ekiti State in the West and lastly Anambra State in the East before we will give consideration to other locations. We plan to work with different stake holders like state and local government officials in the different locations to help us locate the number of unemployed women and youth needed in their area. So I enjoin everyone who love women and youth to help put a smile on the faces of the unemployed women and youth in Nigeria by training and empowering them.

Project to train and empower 1,000 unemployed women and youth in Nigeria.

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Edo State.., Nigeria


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Anonymous 100.00 December 26, 2020
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