Overall strategic goal: Improve socio-economic status of the youth and women through increased incomes

 Malawi is faced with serious challenge of youth unemployment and underemployment. According to the 2018 National Housing Census; 25.3% of the youth are unemployed. Additionally, only 9% of the youth in the country have formal education, 90% have no vocational or professional skills training and therefore have limited chances of fully participating on the labour market

In order create a conducive environment for youth and women employment both in formal and informal sectors we foster Skills development programs, Business incubations and access to loans. We do this by Identifying the capacity barriers and support them with entrepreneurship ventures, trainings and other existing initiatives.