Crafts for school fees
In this activity, a group of housewives will learn to make handicrafts made from shells, rattan & woven fabrics. The natural materials can be found around their homes. The results of these crafts will be sold in the local market and the money we earn mostly will use to pay for our children to school
Poverty and education
Provide skills to mothers to be able to earn extra money for the family and can send their children to school
Improve family welfare
Activities» Provide training in business skills
» Increase knowledge of family financial management
The results of these crafts will be sold in the local market and able to earn extra money for the family
Avoid the kids out of school
Activities» Provide additional income to mothers
» Children can attend school
The money we earn mostly will use to pay for our children to school
Family life for the better and a lot of kids who can complete their studies at a higher level
*The flurry of mothers taking care of families and children can take time to make a craft.
*Forming a study group and create a joint venture, so that each person can control a shared responsibility
Make a written report, give comments of the participants and create documentation of photo and video. All files will be sent via email, publish on website and share via social media
Budget - Project Cost: £8,900Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £2,400 Training equipment Equipment for training and product trials £1,700 Books and learning materials Guide books, DVDs and learning tools £2,400 Accommodation & transportation Rent places, transportation of participants and meal costs £750 Media & communications Reports and documentation, online and hard copies £750 Local trainers Cost of local trainers and assistants £900 Management Management Fee
Maumere, Sikka, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia (Flores Island)
The project will involve 150 women who come from poor families, most are housewives and some people are young children who do not have a steady job. East Nusa Tenggara is the poorest province in Indonesia
MicroAid is an international charity that helps empower group of poor families through livelihood skills training, provides micro enterprise guidance & products. MicroAid to reach the poorest of the poor with simple learning projects that people can do themselves
Read more about the Charity running this project.
will provide skills book for 25 housewives
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