Under the NAP for OVC 1 the organisation trained over 500 out of school youths in vocational skills training in a variety of courses that included motor mechanic, auto electrical, hair dressing, dressmaking, welding and brick laying. This has become a source of livelihood for over 50% of the trained youths
ENGLISH ACCESS MICRO-SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
It is funded by the US Embassy and has been implemented in Bulawayo since 2012
The English Access Micro Scholarship Program is funded by the US Embassy and has been implemented in Bulawayo since 2012. It is a program that provides a foundation of English language skills to 13 to 18 year old students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds through after school and intensive programming. Students from high density schools take part in face to face classes, leadership skills training, Computer classes, Debate, Art and self-expression (music, dance, puppetry and poetry), Career guidance, exchange trips, essay and quiz competitions, Community service and Social entrepreneurship group projects.
The objective of the program is to develop a critical thinking student, build confidence amongst the selected students and develop a culture of students giving back to their communities.To date, 5 students have visited the USA through a dynamic leadership exchange programs known as the Pan African Youth Leadership Program, one of the students has now been enrolled as an undergraduate student studying Law at Pamona University in the USA. Most of the students have leadership positions in the Junior Council, Junior Parliament due to the capacity building they have received from the program.