Community Apprentice facilitator demonstrating how to craft beaded bracelets.
50 women from Kurwaisimba and Rusitu in Chimanimani district participated in bead making training workshop. The training equipped participants with skills and knowledge on designing different types of jewellery using beads, discussing the basic concepts of market identification and linkages, and exploring life skill projects that can boost their livelihoods.
Family AIDS Caring Trust (FACT-Zimbabwe) with support from TearFund Netherlands is implementing the Self-Help Group (SHG) and livelihood project in the Buhera and Chimanimani districts of Manicaland province. The project seeks to empower vulnerable communities to enhance their income streams through horticultural production, farming and income-generating activities. Participants are also capacitated on vocational skills meant to improve their entrepreneurial initiatives.