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Tools for Self Reliance and Mobility Sierra Leone will work in partnership to provide vocational, business and sexual and reproductive health and rights training for 20 young female participants from Bo City who are either disabled or live with a family member or dependent who is disabled.

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Categories

  • Community Support & Development Community Support & Development
  • Education/Training/Employment Education/​Training/​Employment
  • Poverty Alleviation/Relief Poverty Alleviation/​Relief
  • Beneficiaries

    • People With Disabilities People With Disabilities
    • Women & Girls Women & Girls
    • Young People (18-30) Young People (18-30)

    Situation

    Women are the primary care givers and most responsible for disabled dependents within the project community in Bo. Therefore giving these women the ability to earn money they can then spend directly on the needs of their dependents, and having the knowledge and experience to maintain the mobility carts is essential to increased long term development and security for their families. This will also help to change the perception that those with disabilities cannot be productive members of society.

    Solution

    Mobility Sierra Leone’s mission is “to enhance the quality of life of person with disabilities, their families and other disadvantaged communities by providing appropriate and quality vocational skills training services to their community. (MSL strategic plan 2017 – 2022). Tools for Self Reliance will support this vision with a package of high-quality standardised vocational, business and SRHR training, access to essential tools, structured support, and real-world work experience.

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    100%
    Categories

  • Community Support & Development Community Support & Development
  • Education/Training/Employment Education/​Training/​Employment
  • Poverty Alleviation/Relief Poverty Alleviation/​Relief
  • Beneficiaries

    • People With Disabilities People With Disabilities
    • Women & Girls Women & Girls
    • Young People (18-30) Young People (18-30)