Project period: 1 Year
Van & Rickshaw Distribution
The Covid-19 pandemic caused employment problems for the camp workers. A total of 28 rickshaws and 18 vans have been distributed among the youth of the camp who used to earn their living by renting rickshaws and vans to keep their livelihood and improve their standard of living.
The employment opportunities for the young women living in the camps are much less. Educational shortages Family barriers In many cases they lag behind others. Therefore, in order to create employment opportunities for 10 girls from among the young women living in the camp, they have been given a 3-month beautification course. At “Base Beauty Lounge”, 24/9, Level-2, Ring Road, Mohammadpur Beautification courses have been provided to 10 girls living in the camps in Mirpur and Mohammadpur so that they can create employment opportunities through parlor work as well as support their families financially. Currently they have completed the course and are taking the initiative in their work.
3 Months Sewing Training & Sewing Machine Distribution
During the Covid-19 pandemic, sewing training were given to the camp women’s and sewing machines were distributed among them so that they could create their own employment and achieve economic development for themselves and their families.
|SL No||District||Area||Sewing Machine Distribution||Sewing Training||Total|
|1||Dhaka||Mohammadpur & Mirpur||3||–||3|
Now we are living in age of digitalization. Computer and technology is most important part of this global job market. In 2021 we have piloting a professional Computer course with two students from Geneva Camp and Adamjee camp. Geneva Camp student, Mohammad Sojib has completed 3 month course on Video editing from Daffodil Skill Institution and now he is doing as freelancer video editor. Another student from Adamjee Camp, Sonu Islam has completed a 3 months course on graphic designing and after his course he got a job in Adamjee EPZ. Now both of them are empowered and earning a good amount of money and helping their families.