Women farmers gets Swiss Embassy’s alternative livelihoods improvement support
Daadom, January 12, 2023
Forty-Five (45) women at Daadom, a farming community in the Sunyani Municipality are undergoing five-days Swiss Embassy’s capacity building and skills training for their livelihoods improvement.
The employable skills training in liquid, black and ball soaps making started Monday, January 9th and expected to end Wednesday, January 18, 2023.
It is an alternative livelihoods improvement venture with support from the Swiss Embassy in Ghana to help women in the smaller communities to sustain their living in place of their seasonal farming activities.
This is the second project since its inception in September 2022 and 60 women at Kurosua No2 and adjoining communities benefited.
The Kavinang Foundation, a non governmental organization into community development and women’s economic empowerment is facilitating the project.
Beneficiaries of the training would be given financial literacy and business management and sustainability training including training manuals as part of the project.
Mr. Seth Cudjoe, the project coordinator has assured that the beneficiaries would also be given start up tools and materials to start their own businesses after the training.
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