Beautician course for self-employment abilities strengthens interfaith cohesion
The proposed project activity will be implemented in Chak # 74/A, Feroza which is a small village situated in the District Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab, Pakistan.
For whom 40 girls, for the economic uplift of women through skills development is the overall goal of the project. The beautician course which will be offered to the beneficiary community for the uplift of the marginalized community women & girls from the all the faiths of religion either Christian, Hindu & Muslims.
The target beneficiaries will be selected through vulnerability assessment criteria so that the marginalized individuals of the community are benefited.
• To build capacity & mobilization among the community and the trainees about the importance and necessity of vocational skill
• To registering the trainees for beautician course
• To adopt unique and innovative techniques to initiate quality Beauty Parlor skill development training.
• To provide necessary guide to beneficiaries to get appropriate trainings, employment ability.
• Starting costs 2000 USD
• Costs for materials each 3 months 650 USD
• Staff Salaries monthly 90 USD