ABOUT MAYABELS MOVEMENTWelcome to Mayabels Movement
We aim at training our girls in income generating activities such as sewing, weaving, catering and framing( agriculture). To compliment this, they also participate in life skills and awareness raising workshops, which include children and women’s right as well as on reproductive health and importantly for their chances of being engage in remunerated activities- basic Maths and English language courses. Earlier this year , the manager of this N.G.O decided to further expand the life-skills elements of training programs, in response to personal development of our ladies. He explained that lack of ambition, of self confidence and self esteem are challenges faced by the girls, and are linked to a deeply rooted culture of gender inequality. This creates an atmosphere in which they have very little confidence in themselves and underestimate their capacities. It is not easy to overcome the effect of a lifetime of poverty and marginalization. Despite this mayabel’s movement are committed to working to further develop holistic “life skills” training, which aim to ensure that on completion of the program trainees are in stronger position to make informed choices about their lives and act on previously unthinkable ambition.READ MORE
Official Launching OF Mayabel Movement
ADMINISTRATIVE SETUP OF THE MAYABSMOVEMENT
YOUTH INITIATIVE AND LOVE DEPARTMENT
CHILD PROTECTION AND DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
INCLUSIVE EMPOWERMENT AND MENTORSHIP DEPARTMENT
GENDER AND DISABILITY DEPARTMENT
Education and training. The aim is to give the long-term unemployed new skills which enable them to find jobs in developing industries, e.g. retrain unemployed steel workers to have basic I.T. skills which help them find work in the service sector. – However, despite providing education and training schemes, the unemployed may be unable or unwilling to learn new skills. At best it will take several years to reduce unemployment.
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Jane Beltine Mayabels
founderFounder and creator of the mayabels movement.